Yes, that did it! In Windows, the eGPU works only when hot-plugged. Rebooting to macOS after eGPU detection in Windows works, screenshots are attached. Disconnecting and then hot-plugging doesn't work, though. Now this hackintosh is ever closer to perfection. Thanks!
I found out that the ACPI Bus of my TB3 port is RP13, and then I simply followed the rest of your guide. Upon reboot, without any device connected to the TB3 port, I noted that System Information->Hardware->PCI now showed Intel UHD Graphics 630 (Mobile), where previously it was empty. An...
Attached is my EFI with an ACPI dump. My non-Thunderbolt USB Type C port is SS04. I don't know which USB Type C port my Thunderbolt is connected to because nothing is detected in either Hackintool or IORegistryExplorer when I insert the same USB device in the Thunderbolt port.
@e12350, I have adopted your EFI folder and I'm quite happy with the results. Just one question: is there any way at all to get an external monitor working either through the HDMI or Thunderbolt 3 port? This is the only one remaining frustration I have with this otherwise perfect hackintosh...
@e12350, I have adopted your EFI folder and I'm quite happy with the results. Just one question: is there any way at all to get an external monitor working either through the HDMI or Thunderbolt 3 port? This is the only one remaining frustration I have with this otherwise perfect hackintosh.
Glad to know it's all working for you, the credit belongs entirely to itech. Re your queries:
- I'm running both High Sierra and Mojave
- Geforce/DGPU will always outperform IGPU, too bad there are still no web drivers
- Currently, I'm planning on using only a USB WiFi adapter for macOS
Once again, you're absolutely right, and thanks for giving me the clue. I've had someone else's Clover installer before I used yours and couldn't figure out how his installer would turn back on the keyboard backlight during boot. I copied his SSDT-UIAC-ALL.aml into my ACPI Patched folder and...
Thanks for this, but I take it that this is to control screen brightness. I assume you're still working on a fix for keyboard lighting and am looking forward to it.
By the way, your clover installer also works on Mojave 10.14.5.