I'd first try the method I listed before taking out the soldering iron. I went to an older BIOS using the method mentioned above. I also moved up to v2012. Again as Bigzbig saw, there's always an element of uncertainty in the outcome.
Ouch - Did you load optimized defaults, before flashing ? What step did it fail ? Was the bios meant for the motherboard? I have noticed that even though we select the right motherboard, the site sometimes showed bios for other models. I first downloaded a one for Z390 Plus, even though I...
Long story, I reverted it back to BIOS v0805. AFUDOS seems to be provided by the BIOS manufacturer AMI Megatrends. I got it from here. Posting the steps if someone runs into the same issue.
You will need 2x USB 2.0 drives for this, download the BIOS from here.
Step 0 : Disconnect all other...
Seeing the same issue, updated to Version 2411 from 0805. Boot hangs. Trying to re-flash to older version is not allowed by the EZ flash tool. Thinking of running AFUDOS.exe from a FreeDOS USB drive and flash it. However I'm not sure if there are any Linux tools to convert a .CAP file to .ROM...
I started from the guide @
but needed some modifications to get it working. Given below are the deviations.
Install clover on the created USB - I used v r2939
Use the following settings...
I have a z77n-wifi board with dual GBE ports on it. I am trying to setup a bonded (link aggregated) ethernet interface. On creating the bond It does not go active. The bond complains of no partner. However I have tested the same hardware on linux with adaptive loadbalancing - has anyone had luck...
That will be fixed when you run the 10.8.3/4 update.
If you chose the Nvidia route, be sure to use this driver
and use the kernel flag...
This usually happened for me when the bios settings were messed up. If I remember, it was the CPU execution bit or some of that sort. Make sure your bios settings are exactly in sync with the recommended settings.
Is GraphicsEnabler set to Yes/No ? Also make sure that your Intel GFX card is disabled completely in the bios.
Try booting in single user mode , by selecting the option at the bootloader screen and toggle the graphicsenabler setting.
So after months of living with this issue, I think I found the solution.
Did a clean install of 10.8
Rebooted from USB drive, chose my SSD partition to boot from.
Did a disk verify and repair
Renamed /System/Library/Extension/AppleTyMceDriver.kext AppleTyMceDriver.kext.orig
Have a weird issue with my hackintosh; sometimes on resuming from sleep, the primary display goes into a mode that shows a screen with those fuzzy white dots, like a tv channel that has no signal. Some other times, the display switches on and off. When I tried to take a screenshot of the issue...
Shutdown, clear the bios by removing the battery.
On restart you will be asked to load failsafe options, select that and reboot.Make sure you don't have any funky peripherals plugged in.
If you are able to reach the boot screen, pass in params -f GraphicsEnabler=Yes.
Post back if you are able...