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The glitches only began yesterday after populating my PCI Device list, my hack is a GA Z390 I Aorus Pro and my cpu is an i5 9600K, 16 GB 2666 Crucial RAM.

I'll look at you config.plist and EFI folder.

Thanks one more time...

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7 hours ago, glasgood said:

 

I have updated guide, hopefully I have made it easy to follow. 

 

Thank you for the reply , did as the update , still devices not shown , can you or anyone take a look at my files 

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13 minutes ago, PC IT said:

Thank you for the reply , did as the update , still devices not shown , can you or anyone take a look at my files 

 

Repost your config.plist

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47 minutes ago, PC IT said:

here are all the files 

files.zip

 

 

Retry with >> config.plist  I have removed some properties from Devices. If no success, then i am not sure why that would be .

 

So Hackintool has already generated pcidevices.plist, what you could try next, would be to test each device in Device Properties individually and see if it populates inside System Information - PCI.

 

Then for instance, test Ethernet controller by itself in Properties.  

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and check inside System Information - PCI and see if model RTL810xE PCI Express Fast... is listed 

 

 

 

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Next, look inside System Information - PCI and see if Wireless 3160 is listed 

 

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Then again, look inside System Information - PCI and see if Sunrise Point-LP  USB 3.0 xHCI

 

 

 

If no further success,  maybe revisit and seek support for your laptop.

 

Best!

 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, glasgood said:

 

 

Retry with >> config.plist  I have removed some properties from Devices. If no success, then i am not sure why that would be .

 

So Hackintool has already generated pcidevices.plist, what you could try next, would be to test each device in Device Properties individually and see if it populates inside System Information - PCI.

 

Then for instance, test Ethernet controller by itself in Properties.  

01.thumb.png.33dfb1e0673d4a67bd2c72859f74f9ea.png

 

and check inside System Information - PCI and see if model RTL810xE PCI Express Fast... is listed 

 

 

 

02.thumb.png.414ae9868698a919ef4e8deb973aa173.png

 

Next, look inside System Information - PCI and see if Wireless 3160 is listed 

 

03.thumb.png.0e32950c5ae5e7f340a2258387528077.png

 

Then again, look inside System Information - PCI and see if Sunrise Point-LP  USB 3.0 xHCI

 

 

 

If no further success,  maybe revisit and seek support for your laptop.

 

Best!

 

 

Thank you for your help

 I tried many methods and now it is showing properly

Thank you so much

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Hi, Glasgow. Followed your instructions and nothing gets populated.

I am missing something?

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8 hours ago, ratebri said:

Hi, Glasgow. Followed your instructions and nothing gets populated.

I am missing something?

 

Can you attach your hackintool PCI export file and config.plist.

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9 hours ago, ratebri said:

Hello, here it is.

Thank you for checking.

pcidevices.plist

config.plist

 

Looks like you added an extra properties to your config.plist. Attached below is your config.plist.

 

==> config.plist

 

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6 hours ago, glasgood said:

 

Looks like you added an extra properties to your config.plist. Attached below is your config.plist.

 

==> config.plist

 

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Ok, how can I fix this. Everytime when I use your Hackintool method and paste as child the system automatically add as extra property.

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1 hour ago, ratebri said:

Ok, how can I fix this. Everytime when I use your Hackintool method and paste as child the system automatically add as extra property.

Hello Glasgood, thanks for the hint.

Could solve this editing config.plist.

Thank you very much. As a beginner I really appreciate your work.

 

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1 hour ago, ratebri said:

Hello Glasgood, thanks for the hint.

Could solve this editing config.plist.

Thank you very much. As a beginner I really appreciate your work.

 

No worries, i did fix your config.plist. Its attached in previous post.

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