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Hi,

I used OpenCore with this configuration:

-b450i Aorus pro wifi

- ryzen2700

- rx5700

- dw1560

 

 

I followed the instruction and Catalina 10.5.2 works flawlessly. Usb power, bluetooth patched, iCloud,  airplay. audio, gpu.

 

The only thinks that aren't working are iMessage, FaceTime and handoff.

 

iMessage Error: a.cicala@logicsolution.com

FaceTime Error: This account has not reachable addresses. Please signing to appleid.apple.com in order to add one.

I think it could be related to ROM configuration in PlatformInfo-> Generic -> Rom 

 

But even if I tries to change the value it doesn't seems to work.

 

Steps I've done:

 

- Change Rom Value

- Change entirely the Generic settings

- Used CloverConfigurator to create a new rom value

- checked that en0 is stetted in Wifi

- removed  [~/Library/Caches/com.apple, ... , networkPreferences.plist] files

 

Is anything wrong I'm doing in the rom code creation? I attach my config.plist (without  smUUID) maybe in OpenCore I should use not data but string type?

 

 

 

 

 

config.plist

8 hours ago, Slice said:

WiFi should be en1. LAN must be en0 if present.

 

Ok, so maybe that's the problem: my configuration has an Ethernet card (Intel211AT) the works with "SmallTree-Intel-211-AT-PCIe-GBE.kext" but if I install the kext

a) is not recognised as built-in=true and I can't find any parameter equivalent to clover fixlan (and I have NO IDEA how to fix lan)

b) is always listed as en1 (even removing networkPreferences.plist)

 

So I removed the kext (since I don't need LAN connection)...but maybe it's not the smartest thing to do:whistle:. Do you think this could generate the problem?

 

So my actual network config is:

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I found the solution,

- injected the kext again

- removed networkPreferences.plist

- added built-in 01 in my pcie card ethernet as mentioned here

 

https://khronokernel-2.gitbook.io/opencore-vanilla-desktop-guide/troubleshooting/troubleshooting

 

If you have troubles find the correct pcie for the card use hackintool-> PCI Tab> export data> find your LAN CARD

 

Now I Have ethernet en0

Thanks for the help!

 

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