Asked and answered: I upgraded to 11.1 successfully. No issues.
Initiated update from inside Big Sur. After it booted I saw a new boot device “Macintosh HD” which was set to boot automatically. I let it boot, after reboot I saw the original SSD as default boot device again. It booted and then...
A question for @pieropontra and others who have a ASUS X299-E motherboard. I finally got my ASUS X299-E motherboard. I'm currently using MSI Raider X299 and thinking of just swapping out the motherboards. I see that the ethernet (IntelMausi) and audio (Realtek ALC1220) are same.
I was able to successfully upgrade my Catalina Hackintosh (MSI Raider X299 Motherboard, with broken NVRAM) to Big Sur.
1. Boot into Catalina. System Preferences -> Software Update -> Upgrade to Big Sur. Run through Big Sur install.
2. When system reboots, use the USB stick with OpenCore 0.6.3...
Another update - this only worked for my SATA SSD. When I tried to update my NVME SSD (via NVME-USB adapter) - it did not work. My NVME SSD when used via USB never becomes bootable, so the installation never completes. So stuck now on 10.15.7 until a solution is found.
I tried exactly same approach for my MSI X299 Raider based Hackintosh. I have a real MacPro (2013, old and slow) that I used to install Big Sur 11.0.1 on the SSD connected to USB, then transferred it back to the Hackintosh and added the EFI folder. Boots just fine into Big Sur.
Upgrading from Catalina to Big Sur is not working for MSI X299 Raider (and many other X299 based systems). I have a real Mac, so I shutdown my Hackintosh, connected the SSD via a USB adapter to real Mac, installed Big Sur, then transferred the SSD back to Hackintosh, added the original EFI...
This has been my most successful and painless Hackintosh build so far. OpenCore made it really simple. X299 is not easy to get working with Clover based installers. Everything works, including power, sleep, Continuity, Handoff, iServices, Unlock with Apple watch also works. The only thing that...
Downloaded the EFI and replaced. Also updated the config.plist with SmUUID, Custom UUID and ROM values.
Still same result.
To calculate slide value, I dropped into UEFI shell and typed memmap, it scrolls through several pages, so I used 'memmap -b'. First page of memmap.
There are many...
Thanks a lot @teamawesome for sharing this guide.
I have very similar setup:
2x E5-2667 V2
DDR3 1600 64GB ECC
Nvidia GeForce GTX 760
I have followed all the steps, including flashing BIOS. I see following error(s):
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"thread invoke: preemption_level 2...