My TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 card is no longer working with Big Sur 11.5.2 (20G95). Running OpenCore 0.7.1 and have enabled both of these KEXT's in config.plist:
Anyone have an ideas for how to get this running in Big Sur 11.5.2?
@Gigamaxx, thanks for the suggestion. I just tried these settings for graphics in my config.plist:
You can ditch the IntelGraphicsFixup.kext. I am running Mojave via GA-H170N-WIFI and Intel 3.70 GHz Core i3-6100 with Intel® HD Graphics 530 via DVI connector. Attached are my clover settings. Additionally, I've installed the following KEXTs:
Same here. I'm running with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 2GB video card with macOS 10.13.3 (17D102) and was experiencing the video lag. I was able to fix with Benjamin-Dobell's nvidia-update.sh script as it reinstalls the last known good NVIDIA Web Driver (3126.96.36.199.25.106). The script...
Thanks BreBo. This worked like a champ for me after I updated my bios to F21. I just installed Clover v2.4k_r4077 with the EmuVariableUefi-64 option checked and rebooted. No RC Scripts needed. The NVIDIA Web Driver loaded after reboot.
Was able to get help in this thread from @toleda. Recommended switching speakers to black audio port from green audio port. Bingo! Audio was good from this port after selecting the 2nd Line Out output in the Sound PreferencesPane. The issue with Green port is an EAPD problem. For Fix, see...
Description of audio problem:
No sound from rear green audio jack
OS X version/motherboard model/BIOS version/processor/graphics:
macOS Sierra 10.12 (16A323)
Z170X-UD5 TH with Realtek ALC1150
Bios Version: F5
Graphics: EVGA Geforce GTX 950
Thanks for the tip @jrii . I rebooted back into Windows 10 and installed the Realtek High Definition Audio Driver 188.8.131.5227 64-bit drivers from Gigabyte's web site. This upgraded the default Microsoft drivers for me. Audio working fine in Windows 10. Rebooted back into macOS Sierra and same...
I'm currently back sitting with the crackling audio from green rear audio jack. After getting it working on another drive and booting back to my original install, it was working again. Now after using the working system for a couple of days, I'm finding that the audio drops back to the...
Ok. I was able to resolve my issue by doing the following:
- Installed a fresh installation of Sierra on a spare drive I had laying around.
- After booting into my fresh install via the USB installer, I fired up MultiBeast 9.0.0 and installed Quick Start-> UEFI Boot Mode including Clover...
Thanks @In-N-Out. Just tried MultiBeast 9 ->Reboot-> audio_cloverALC-120_v1.0b0.command -> Reboot -> MultiBeast 9 ->Reboot. There is some audio coming through back jack but it's really messed up and static ridden.