Hey guys - how are you holding up?
Because of a lot of free time and after abandoning the idea to get Catalina installed i tried to run Mojave on my beloved z820v2.
Everything went fine except power management.
I've used @WoodCabin's EFI folders to install and later on run Mojave (14.6).
Here's a glimpse of what i get as soon as i put the patched (from 10.13 as suggested on stinga's X79 power management topic) AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext into S/L/E
I tried also @stinga11 s kext patches for Mojave but still either PM's not working or KP.
Here's my my EFI folder
I have Big Sur beta 10 on my system. I also have native NVRAM thanks to SSDT-PMC.aml file.
I have seen that a nvram.plist file appears in /System/Volumes/Update volume root folder.
This file has many keys, very different of keys founded in Hackintool or with nvram -p command.
If I delete it, everything seems to work fine. It is not created again at next boot.
It happens to someone else? Is it something new in Big Sur? Does it mean that maybe I don't have native NVRAM although I think I do?
It's been a while that I am trying to update my system to 10.15.16.
The install seem to start, then at reboot time I only see the Normal boot and the Recovery option from the Clover boot menu.
None of those 2 allow to complete the update.
Is there any ways to force it to install and/or show the "Update" option on the Clover boot screen?