Just clarifying: On the laptop's own built-in keyboard.
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As stated here, if on a Wireless keyboard, press Alt when you hear the chime. Before that, keyboard is not detected. Boot sequence is prime espionage target. Must be simple, transparent. Booted software takes control over machine.
Any unexpected behavior here suspect. Option key must always go straight to menu. I had a similar issue and the below trick solved it. Locate the following keys on the keyboard: Turn on your Mac. Press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys immediately after you hear the startup sound. Hold these keys until the computer restarts and you hear the startup sound for a second time. Release the keys. I did it using an external usb keyboard! Two things to try: There are 2 methods if the Option key doesn't work.
On your Mac, go to: Truly simple. You might need to reboot twice or more before the rEFIt menu starts showing up on boot. Good luck: Jack of all Spades Jack of all Spades 2 Amol Amol 21 1. Jeff Perlman Jeff Perlman 11 1. So this is how to do it: I suggest that you hold the option key ALT directly after having push the computer start button , so that the Bluetooth connects directly.
That works everytime. Tom Tom 1.
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See here for more on efibootmgr. If this juggling is happening every time you reboot, then something is seriously wrong. I suppose you could also put a call to efibootmgr in a shutdown script, but that runs the risk of becoming disconnected from reality and causing problems, so I'd be reluctant to do that. Yes, changing the BootOrder variable via the -o option to efibootmgr as you suggest is appropriate.
These files shouldn't do any harm per se, but they could be confusing or be accidentally re-activated in the future.
Edit Using efibootmgr -v gives me: Thanks for the help! Here seems to be the official article of rEFind: Rod Smith Rod Smith Please see my edit above. So the next step, I assume, would be deleting the opensuse-entry I removed this distro some time ago and the set the BootOrder to ",,FFFF" for example. Is that correct? Thanks again! Now this definitely solved my question.