@deeveedee and @rafale77 - thank you for your answers I will check the connectors of the cables and those of the M.2 card
With my M.2 Intel AX200 card I use kext from here : itlw, IntelBluetoothFirmware and Heliport program and all works fine. For itlw use V2.0.0 alpha.
- The 2 antennas click very well on the intel AX200 card but not on the Broadcom, I think it is indeed the wrong connector. I didn't think there were 2 kinds of connectors ;)
- I saw that there are kext for broadcom cards, I didn't test it because I thought it was natively recognized by macOS...
I tested the M.2 wifi card BCM94360NG on my HP EliteDesk 800 G4. One of the two antenna connectors (1 - Black) doesn't clip well. It was very well recognized by macOS Big Sur. The BT works fine. However, for the wifi, I can see my network but I can't connect. It turn around continuously without...
Here is my complete EFI file for my configuration. HP EliteDesk 800 G4 - Intel Core I5 8500 with 2 DP and 1 HDMI Port - 16GB RAM - SSD Samsung 860 EVO SATA 2,5 500 Go - Intel Wifi AX200. The PC is plugged on a 4K monitor using DP.
All works very well and I have no more random black screen after...
My Hackintosh : HP EliteDesk 800 G4 - Intel I5 8500 - Intel UHD 630 (2 DP + HDMI port in the back)
I'll share my configuration. I'm using 2x DP: 2x original DP ports + HDMI port.
Currently using just one DP cable.
DeviceProperties : 2 x DP + 1 HDMI...
@cavesdev : Thanks ;)
For my 3 displays ports I use no adapters and I set in config.plist using an editor:
Index 1 ---> Type : DP the value is : 00040000 (in Framebuffer-con0-type) my monitor is connected in it.
Index 2 ---> Type : DP the value is : 00040000 (in Framebuffer-con1-type)
No I change nothing. I use the EFI File made by deeveedee and I only made changes on the file usbports.kext
Try this file attached. In this file all the ports were present. You use an Intel M.2 WiFi card ?