1. You must first determine where rEFInd is installed. This can be any of
    several locations:

    • If you installed rEFInd 0.8.3 or earlier with the default options,
      or if you used the --notesp option with rEFInd 0.8.4 or
      later, it will be /EFI/refind on your main partition
    • If you installed rEFInd 0.8.4 or later with the default options, or
      if you used the --esp option with rEFInd 0.8.3 or earlier,
      it will be in EFI/refind or EFI/BOOT on the
    • If you used the --ownhfs option to refind-install,
      rEFInd will be in the System/Library/CoreServices
      directory on the volume you specified.
    • If you installed rEFInd manually, it will be wherever you put
    • In all cases, there could be duplicate (inactive) rEFInd files in
      unexpected places. This is particularly true if you tried
      installing rEFInd multiple times, each with different options to
      refind-install. Thus, if you delete rEFInd and it still comes
      up, you may have deleted the wrong files. (Note that dragging files
      to the Trash may have no effect, though—at least, not until
      you empty the Trash.)
  2. If necessary, mount the ESP or rEFInd-specific HFS+ volume, as
    described in Installing rEFInd Manually Using Mac OS
    (The mountesp script that comes with rEFInd will handle
    this task.)
  3. Verify that rEFInd is installed in the directory noted in step #1. If a
    refind.conf file is present, rEFInd is almost certainly
    installed in that directory. If not, it's not rEFInd there and you
    should not proceed. Be extra cautious about deleting the
    System/Library/CoreServices directory,
    since that's
    the default location of the OS X boot loader! Never delete this
    directory from your OS X root (/) partition, only from the
    partition you specified to refind-install using the
    --ownhfs option.
  4. Once you've identified the rEFInd directory, delete it, or at least the
    rEFInd boot file. This file may be called refind_x64.efi,
    bootx64.efi, boot.efi, or conceivably something else.
    You may need to use sudo rm at the command line to accomplish
    this task, as in sudo rm -r


最近のバージョンのrEFIndを普通にインストールして使っている場合、EFIシステムパーティションにインストールされるため、Super Userで説明されている方法で削除可能です。


diskutil list | grep EFI | awk '{print $6}'
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単に「diskutil list」で目で見て確認しても同じです。大抵「disk0s1」だと思います。これを利用して削除します。

sudo mkdir /Volumes/efi
sudo mount -t msdos /dev/disk0s1 /Volumes/efi
sudo rm -rfP /Volumes/efi/EFI/refind
sudo bless --setBoot --mount /


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