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2 hours ago, benjiolino said:

Is there an easy USB port mapping tutorial for AMD somewhere? Also I had problems with a comet lake build installing 11.3+ since USBinjectall is not working anymore. The dortina guide is a bit cryptic.

Use USBToolBox, It’s by far the best mapping tool out there at the moment and it can also be done inside windows if needed.

Instructions can be found on the GitHub.

https://github.com/USBToolBox

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OpenCore 0.7.4 EFI Update (Monterey 12.0 Beta 8 Ready), 4th October 2021 


The EFI has now been updated to the my latest version.
Changes made include,

  • LucyRTL8125Ethernet 1.1.0
  • Lilu 1.5.6,
  • AppleALC 1.6.5,
  • WhateverGreen 1.5.4,
  • VirtualSMC 1.2.7,
  • RestrictEvents 1.0.5,
  • SMCAMDProcessor 0.7
  • New Universal AMD Patches Monterey 12.0 Compatible,
  • SIP Can now be toggled within OpenCanopy,
  • OpenCanopy Icons Updated,
  • OpenCore Updated to Revision 0.7.4 (Monterey Beta 8 Ready),
  • 2.5Ghz Ethernet Auto Negotiation Fixed,
  • Memory Mapping is now Being done via RestrictEvents,
  • About This Mac now displays the correct AMD Processor info done via RestrictEvents,
  • Plus other minor tweaks and changes to the config.

Note 1 - If your not using a RX 6800 or any other Navi/BigNavi GPU then remove agdpmod=ignore from the boot arguments.

Note 2 - If you are using a 6 or Less Core Ryzen then go into the Config,plist and under PlatformInfo->Generic Change the ProcessorType from 0 to 1537, This will list your CPU info correctly inside About This Mac.

Note 3 - The SmallTreeIntel82576.kext is now fully working under Monterey 12.0 as of Beta 8.

 

For OpenCore Using PlistEdit Pro add your details by modifying the following

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IMPORTANT PATCH INFO TO SET THE CORRECT CORE COUNT FOR YOUR CPU
Core Count patch needs to be modified to boot your system. Find the two algrey - Force cpuid_cores_per_package patches and alter the Replace value only.

Changing BA000000 0000/BA000000 0090* to BA <CoreCount> 0000 0000/BA <CoreCount> 0000 0090* substituting <CoreCount> with the hexadeciamal value matching your physical core count.

Note: The three different values reflect the patch for different versions of macOS. Be sure to change all three if you boot macOS 10.13 to macOS 12

See the table below for the values matching your CPU Core Count.

 

CoreCount Hexadecimal
6 Core 06
8 Core 08
12 Core 0C
16 Core 10
32 Core 20

 

So for example a 6 Core 5600X would result in these replace values, BA 06 0000 0000/BA 06 0000 0090
Or a 12 Core 5900X that I have it setup as standard would result in these replace values, BA 0C 0000 0000/BA 0C 0000 0090

12 Core EXAMPLE
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Finally and as always, MAKE SURE YOU RESET YOUR NVRAM BEFORE BOOTING INTO THE NEW EFI.


OpenCore EFI Update V0.7.4 - 04/10/2021

Asus X570-E 074 EFI .zip

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