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    [Solved] Sapphire RX580. DVI screen only after sleep.

    Sadly, luciuxx63, my motherboard died short after this post. I have the last EFI folder here. PM me if you want.
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    [Solved] Sapphire RX580. DVI screen only after sleep.

    The problem was the order of the framebuffer connectors: 000400000403000000010101000000001204060100000000 000400000403000000010201000000002205040300000000 000800000402000000010300000000001102010200000000 000800000402000000010400000000002103050400000000 040000000400000000010500000000000000030600000000 000400000001000000014601000000002001000000000000 I changed to: 000400000403000000010201000000001204060100000000 000400000403000000010301000000002205040300000000 000800000402000000010400000000001102010200000000 000800000402000000010500000000002103050400000000 040000000400000000010100000000001000030600000000 000400000001000000014601000000002001000000000000 There is some screen distortions in the process, but in the end activates the DVI monitor.
  3. RX580, 4G (Vendor: 1002, DeviceID: 67DF): DP, DP, HDMI, HDMI, DVI-D (Orinoco framebuffer) P8P67 EVO (old motherboard, with strange implementation of UEFI. To disable the CSM [or to get the audio working and SpeedStep] I had to modify the bios). CPU: i5 2500 (so... no iGPU) The RX580 is injected through SSDT (attached). MST and AGDC disabled (otherwise it would stuck right after the login screen -- with a black screen and a functional mouse). Two monitors: one Dell 4k on the DP connection and one Samsung S22C301 on the DVI. In both Mojave and High Sierra, I get the desktop image on the second monitor (DVI) only after the computer sleeps. Before the sleep, the two monitors are turned on, but the Samsung (DVI) screens no picture. I have already tried to modify and inject the EDID; established the correct framebuffer and correctly defined connectors. All through SSDT. Also tried different SMBIOS's, enabling or disabling the CSM or load a alternative VBIOS through Clover. Nothing, nada. Does anyone know what can it be? P.S: Since everything is injected by the SSDT, I do not use WhateverGreen. issoeocio’s iMac.ioreg ssdtGFX0.dsl
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    ALC892 P8P67 EVO with BIOS 3xxx

    I prefer your solution. I tried to patch it from Clover, but I could not make it work. So I always had to patch manually with: sudo sed -i '' 's/<string>pci8086,9d70/<string>pci8086,1c20/' '/System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleHDAController.kext/Contents/Info.plist' The Clover patch that I tried was: AppleHDAController find: 093C7374 72696E67 3E706369 38303836 2C396437 303C2F73 7472696E 673E replace: 093C7374 72696E67 3E706369 38303836 2C316332 303C2F73 7472696E 673E and InfoPlistPatched ticked. But I don't know why it not worked.
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    ALC892 P8P67 EVO with BIOS 3xxx

    Thanks, toleda. The Krazubu's solution came 3 days later and it's much better. Thanks again.
  6. Simply add pci=irqpoll in the grub (or you preferred bootloader) kernel line. Something like this: You can find better information on how to insert kernel parameters in the Arch Linux wiki.
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    ALC892 P8P67 EVO with BIOS 3xxx

    Historically we had a problem with the BIOS upgrade to the 3xxx series. The upgrade broke audio and the standard solutions to enable it. The old workaround was, like to the P67's: Asus P67H67 3xxx BIOS: Phantom codec Workaround: 2xxx BIOS downgrade, 7/8 Series motherboard upgrade or use VoodooHDA (that have the problem with the low or crackling sound). I've managed to get my sound working with the 3xxx bios series in the P8P67 EVO: The solution is to edit the AppleHDAController, in IONameMatch insert pci8086,1c20 in the BuiltInHDA9D70 propriety and use AppleALC. I don't know if is the best solution, but it worked here.
  8. if after adding irqpoll the log is showing errors like "hpet1: lost 7160 rtc interrupts" add hpet=disable in the same line of the kernel
  9. EDIT: only irqpoll is enough
  10. 4 years later. I solved it. In Linux GRUB, add pci=biosirq irqpoll in the kernel line.
  11. Has anyone tried override the dsdt? wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/DSDT#Using_modified_code
  12. I suggested the possibility, but I can't risk the card. I have to import it, it's too much costly for me (time to receive another and money). In other conditions, I would already have tried. Today I will search for some whitelisting in the bios file, but it will be difficult, since we have no visual notification of his presence.
  13. I was thinking... In OSX we need to mask the ID in Clover to get the WiFi to be recognized. (FakeID WIFI = 0x43a014E4). The board then becomes recognized as one BCM4360 802.11ac. We can perhaps try to modify the card ID in the EEPROM, following the method explained here: http://www.thinkwiki...CI_network_card What do you think?
  14. Pin tapping doesn't worked for me on Sony Vaio Pro 13 with a replaced BCM94352ZAE (the original one was a Intel 7260ng). I have the same exact problem that occurs with @jcsnider. The card work on OSX but not in Linux or Windows. In both, the card is recognised, but can't search for networks. I already tried almost all drivers found on internet. pin in M.2 or NGFF http://lybomudr.ru/en/blogen/132-zapuskaem-wi-fi-modul-pci-express-m-2-ngff-bcm94352z-bcm94352zae-dw1560-pod-windows-10-v-acer-v3-371-i-drugikh-2.html More on: https://applelife.ru/threads/wi-fi-moduli-v-formate-pci-express-m-2-ngff.41926/
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