Thanks again for you time.
The solution for me was to switch back to the FakePCIID.kext and FakePCIID_Intel_I225-V.kext because the binary patch was the problem.
I had a full bootable 11.3.1 backup created with CCC, which I installed and then updated to 11.4 with succes.
I tried 4 times to update to Big Sur 11.4 (Opencore 0.6.9).
Every time I have one crash during the upgrade, but then installation continues.
After installation it will crash and reboot after every login.
I was trying to update from Big Sur 11.3.1 on my Z490 Vision D which was rock steady...
I have read on other threads that some users have an issue with the XhciPortLimit and USB ports when updating to macOS 11.3
I'm using CaseySJ's
USBInjectAll.kext (version 0.7.6)
XhciPortLimit = true
Should this be OK if I want to to update to macOS 11.3 ?
I have been running the BIOS version F20a since the release without any problems until yesterday.
Then the computer suddenly shut down, like if I pulled the power plug.
I have now flashed back to the BIOS version F7c. Hopefully this will fix it.
Just to be sure - which SSDT of your files, would be the best to use?
And does this apply:
The ACPI rename must be turned off (that is, we don't need "Change _E20 to XE20")
Between the last post and this one, I finally got in the BIOS of the Lenovo YOGA 730-13IWL in another thread on this forum. First, I thought it was an April’s fool, but it actually worked, and now I have access to all setting in the BIOS.
1. Power off the laptop.
2. Power button to...
Thanks again - here are my files and screen shots.
I also have to mention that I cannot get into advanced BIOS/UEFI setup on the Lenovo 730-13IWL, only the basic things. I have searched for this online but can't find the key combinations for it anywhere.