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  1. 4 points
    Alex HQuest

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    PickerAttributes=3 (emphasis mine): 0x0001 — OC_ATTR_USE_VOLUME_ICON, provides custom icons for boot entries 0x0002 — OC_ATTR_USE_DISK_LABEL_FILE, provides custom rendered titles for boot entries 0x0004 — OC_ATTR_USE_GENERIC_LABEL_IMAGE, provides predefined label images for boot entries without custom entries 0x0008 — OC_ATTR_USE_ALTERNATE_ICONS, changes used icon set to an alternate one if it is supported IMHO much easier changing a number on config.plist to what is the most right, than doing all that mess with partitions and/or adding/removing kexts in the hopes of (temporary) success.
  2. 3 points
    d5aqoep

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Sorry if I was not being clear. I have included USBInjectAll kext in kexts folder but set it to disabled in config.plist. It is in there if you want to inject all ports and map them yourself. Pick one of the three below. (Ignore other fluffy advice about USB on the internet most of the guides are redundant and long) USB-X-EC ssdt in ACPI folder, USBInjectAll.kext in kexts folder and USB Port Limit quirk enabled under kernel section of Config.plist (This is the starting point to map ports) USBports.kext in kexts folder(Properly mapped. No need for EC-USB-X and UIAC SSDTs) USB-X-EC and UIAC ssdts in ACPI folder and USBInjectAll.kext in kext folder (UIAC ssdt has mapping info) Ideally you would want just USBports.kext as it will continue to work as long as OpenCore/Clover kext injection is working. Reduces clutter in ACPI folder and is overall faster to boot. The biggest challenge is to find the right USB-X-EC ssdt. You can make it yourself or search for your Chipset series in google and download one off someone’s github or even here on insanelymac. Then using 1st combination, start your port mapping journey. I am in love with hackintool as it makes port mapping so much easier and all mapping scripts redundant with clean GUI. Make sure you hit Broom button to clear out earlier mappings and hit refresh to start from scratch. It effortlessly spits out USBports.kext. TBH, once you get the hang for it, you cannot stop. I have mapped 10 or so PCs accurately and suddenly sleep has started working on all of them. If anyone needs ports mapping help using hackintool, send me a message or tag me.
  3. 2 points
    Here my theme of OC How to create are own Theme with Icnspack-Builder You can Download the themes with ➤ Themes Downloader You can also have the themes on ➤ Github You can also have the themes on ➤ HTML Page
  4. 2 points
    eSaF

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @MorenoAv - I have PickerAttributes=1 in my config.plist.
  5. 2 points
    MorenoAv

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    I have PickerAttributes=0 I think but I'm not sure until I return home... I'm still in Hollidays
  6. 2 points
    fantomas

    macOS Catalina 10.15.6 released!!!

    macOS Catalina 10.15.6 (19G2021)
  7. 1 point
    Restarted 3 times update went Fine and smooth with clover r5119
  8. 1 point
    This firmware are working best for me. I'm running my rig with two TT Tb3 cards now. DESIGNARE-Z390-NVM33-Elias64Fr.bin
  9. 1 point
    iCanaro

    Clover General discussion

    tested Clover with the latest commits included, on my Z370 no problem to start high sierra, mojave, catalina, win 10 pro and LTSC and linux mageia.... remains are big fart... Ops.. big sur
  10. 1 point
    Update went smooth for me. Radeon VII somehow got a lot faster (RadeonBoost + 1902/1100MHz OC): Previously it was around 93k.
  11. 1 point
    MacNB

    OpenCore Discussion

    This is now becoming off-topic as it's no longer related to OpenCore in this thread. But I'll answer. GeForce 2xx series GPU's only really supported two outputs. The VGA output is a mirror of either the HDMI or the DVI depending on the manufacturer. So it appears as if the VGA connector is working. Regarding your issue, I do not understand what you mean by "it sees another monitor on the right" if you only have ONE screen attached. I suggest you continue this discussion in the other thread where you have been replying and I sent you a new SSDT as it's no longer related to OpenCore.
  12. 1 point
    Jake Lo

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @ludox Just add device-id and set it to 12040000
  13. 1 point
    ludox

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    i managed to get it to start big sur now i need to activate the intell hd 4400 video card On the clover I use fake ID intelgfx 0x04128086 with support for the kexts FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics.kext and FakePCIID.kext to activate the Intel HD4400 Full Qe / Ci What should I do on opencore? Thank you im use clover 0x0a260006 and enable intel, for Opencore?
  14. 1 point
    obus

    OpenCore Discussion

    Problems solved. Deleted NVMeFix.kext from config.plist and kext folder. Now booting as it should.
  15. 1 point
    Jief_Machak

    Clover General discussion

    As far as I know, no.
  16. 1 point
    Leonardo Assunção

    Clover General discussion

    Hi, @Matgen84 Merci beaucoup pour votre réponse! <3 Well, I'll give it a try. By the way, will this brand new compilation of Clover be able to boot up Big Sur? Have a great day!
  17. 1 point
    feartech

    OpenCore Discussion

    VGA has not been used on mac's for a very long time, over 10 years..
  18. 1 point
    obus

    OpenCore Discussion

    That missing key isn't the problem (could be deleted according to Dortania Guide). Thank's anyway.
  19. 1 point
    Ellybz

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    I just installed Intel power Gadget and the volume name changed automatically from Preboot to Big Sur. Easy enough
  20. 1 point
    Jief_Machak

    Clover General discussion

    Yes, I've introduced that. It's temporarily the "less bad" solution. I didn't have a look at Big Sur booting. I understood it's not woking yet. I will soon, but I really want to finish a lot of string cleaning I've started months ago. When you said only Catalina, do you mean that booting older version (Mojave, High Sierra) stopped working ?
  21. 1 point
    eSaF

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @Alex HQuest Actually to change Preboot name I did nothing, apart from after the installation I went into Disk Utility and ran a First Aid Scan on all BS volumes and then done a reboot and it was changed to the name that I designated the disk as. Whether this had a bearing on the name change I don't know but judging by the numerous methods advocated by others, who knows what actually triggers the change. As we go deeper toward the final release, probably we will know more.
  22. 1 point
    SavageAUS

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    To update Big Sur volume label from PreBoot to what ever you named it (if you named it) install something that updates the preboot volume like intel power gadget (then remove if unwanted) reboot, success! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  23. 1 point
    MacNB

    [Solved] OpenCore InjectNvidia

    The reason your OC EFI is soooo large is because you copied ALL Audio languages into the resources/Audio folder. You only need to copy the ones you need. In fact you are not even using audio assist in your config.plist (you have set PickerAudioAssist=NO). There are other things not quite correct but not important at this stage in getting the graphics working. Anyway, as you found out, OC does not have a way to simply enable Nvidia graphics like Clover (with InjectNvidia). The best way to achieve the equivalent is to use an SSDT to inject the device properties. Copy the attached SSDT-GFX0.aml to OC/ACPI folder. Copy the attached kao-config.plist to OC folder. Delete your config.plist (or rename it). Rename kai-config.plist to config.plist. Reboot and test. Connect your monitor to the different ports on the graphics card. SSDT-GFX0.aml kao-config.plist
  24. 1 point
    5T33Z0

    OpenCore Discussion

    Yesterday, I upated OpenCore to the latest build (0.6.1 Nightly) which has a new Security option called "SecureBootModel" which is set to "Default". In my case I had to disable it otherwise the system wouldn't boot. Normally it should not interfere the boot process if apple secureboot is disabled but in my case it did. Just in case, somebody else is facing issues after updating. From the "Differences" PDF:
  25. 1 point
    Vive le Canada Francais (Quebec) thank you @Max.1974 I am French Canadian fron Montréal Quebec
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