I'm at my wit's end. I really need a hand here.
I found only one clover setup for my motherboard, and works absolutely flawlessly for Mojave.
Today I added an Asus Thunderbolt EX3 card, and that won't even let me boot my Mojave installation.
My config.plist in attachment. Let's solve at least the Thunderbolt issue for now.
There are also other issues, but let's solve this one first.
Asus WS Z390 PRO + i9 9900K
Nvidia 2080Ti for Windows and AMD RX480 for MacOS.
Samsung NVME 950PRO
Just recently installed Mojave on my yoga 730(i5-8250u, 8gb of ram and 1080p 13.3" touchscreen) and got many features working, now the only issues are that my igpu is shown as only 7mb(and not metal capable, not sure whether it is or not) even tho I should've changed it from 5917 to 5916 (added both EFI folder and send me), the screen is shown as a 30.5" in system information and the cpu even tho I extracted the ssdt for it with ssdtPRGen.sh and appleintelinfo.kext to get low frequency info (ssdt was done with info 15,400,1600,3400 so it should go between 16-3400mhz and down to 400 in idle), idk what is wrong with my installation, can you guys help me or linke me something to fix those issues?
Ps thunderbolt shows as no device found, is it regular for hackintoshes to be that way or do I need something for that too? Laptop has 2 tb3 ports as x4 pcie 3
Send me Angeloss-MacBook-Pro.zip
I'm really hoping someone has the experience and ability to help me iron out the last remaining issue on my build.
The motherboard is: Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 and I'm running a Alpine Ridge thunderbolt card (Revision 2). I've gotten everything working for the most part with the exception of Thunderbolt hotplug. This is the last piece of the puzzle. I've tried so many different DSDT/SSDT's, cable plugged in, and unplugged, without any luck at all.
I've managed to get my Focusrite Clarett 8Pre Thunderbolt working and it's showing up under the PCI section. It works great, until I shut the device off and turn it back on. I'd really like to try to get this hotplug issue sorted out, but I've had absolutely no luck so far.
I've managed to get the Alpine Ridge NHI and USB controllers showing up in the PCI section too, but for some reason, the USB lists a bunch of ',,,,,,,,' after the name.
I'll be the first to admit - I don't really know a whole lot about what I'm doing with this stuff, but I've attached relevant files in hopes someone more experienced and knowledable can help me get this working.
Hello! My internal SSD lifetime is running out so I'm thinking how to upgrade it. I don't want to replace it with slow Sata SSD so I want to buy OWCMercury Helios and install new nvme fast ssd, but I won't be able to boot from it using standard boot loader.... Is it possible to boot nvme ssd using Clover on real iMac?
I need help with fixing Thunderbolt on High Sierra and GA-Z170X-UD5 TH mobo.
Anyone who is willing to invest some time, and share his knowledge (DSDT/SSDT) with me?
Can be commercial help ;-)
GA-Z170X-UD5 TH i7-7700K Radeon RX 580, 8GB
Crucial MX500 SSD 32GB RAM Broadcom BCM43xx (AirPort Extreme) WiFi + Bluetooth
Windows 10 dual boot (separate disk)
System is up and running. Sleep, shutdown, power management - fully working.
Whatever I will do - no way to keep Thunderbolt on. But - it is on the system. Sometimes it works (randomly after restart).
As mentioned above - any help (commercial also) fully appreciated.