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  1. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Rear USB Type-C should be identified by HS04/SS04, while front USB-C HS05/SS05. Can you confirm it?
  2. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    To be fair I don't directly own those components . Regarding the BIOS settings the one that Dortania suggest are fine, except for the DVMT Pre-allocated which should be 128MB rather than 64MB. If you wanna enable the Type-C port you should tell me what's the header you're using in the...
  3. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Maybe it works. Resetting nvram on nowadays boards doesn't make any dangerous operations so you'll be fine
  4. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Have you already tried resetting nvram?
  5. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Can you attach a screenshot of where the boot process fails?
  6. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Ae Aye nice. Just to point out, NVMeFix didn't made you detect the NVMe in OpenCore. This is a kext, not a UEFI driver, and it fixes power management on macOS . I'm pretty sure that disabling HideAuxiliary as well as configuring APFS MinDate and MinVersion and having HfsPlus.efi did the job...
  7. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Hi there, please check your ScanPolicy value (usually is 0) and check MinDate and MinVersion in config.plist/UEFI/APFS. Starting from OpenCore 0.7.2, if you're not running Big Sur you can't detect previous macOS APFS disks. The only way to do it is chaning the MinDate and MinVersion values to...
  8. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Okay about the audio. Regarding the iGPU HDMI video output, can I ask you to unplug/replug the HDMI cable with the alldata patch? If it doesn't work, can you test those config.plist files I'm tweaking? I'm attaching just the relevant graphics patch, so just copy over your config.plist and test...
  9. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Good evening everyone. I'm not sure that iGPU HDMI output is missing since I translated the patch into a single alldata property for each connector. I'll try to convert it again this morning (1:14 AM at my place at the time of writing) otherwise just revert to the old graphics patch and see if...
  10. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    To be fair not properly. Despite Lilu is the first entry, it's a wise choice having at least Lilu, VirtualSMC and WhateverGreen as first kexts, then add the other ones. Especially WhateverGreen if loaded too late can cause issues with the graphics. In the attachments the corrected version of...
  11. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Nice :D Don't forget about the ACPI as well as the kext order inside config.plist/Kernel/Add
  12. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Anyways feel free to ask about stuff in my EFI. I'm more than excited to help people :D
  13. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Okay my bad, I just checked out and the internal header wired to the Fenvi T919 is the HS06. You're right
  14. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Just to let you know I'm not using Hackintool for discovering the USB ports, but IORegistryExplorer and honestly it's a better alternative. We're using a Fenvi T919 so the HS13 port, which should be configured as an internal port (0xFF)
  15. dreamwhite

    [Success] - Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming + i9 10900K + OpenCore

    Well we disabled many USB2.0 ports of USB3.0 ports to stay under the 15 ports limit so... It's a choice of yours decide what kind of ports disable and why. Since we don't use many USB2 devices we preferred using a USB2 hub wired on a single USB2 port
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