Solved: Was using Toleda's script without any issue since High Sierra came out, so I didn't think it could be anything to do with ALC.
I installed AppleHDA.kext and rebooted, voila. My monitor internal speakers detected and loaded, and all devices plugged in.
Even when not having any output...
Quite possible the strangest issue I've ever had to deal with.
I spent literally days troubleshooting to see if it was an iGPU issue, QuickTime issue, VLC issue. And as it turns out, my system:
-AUDIOENGINE A2+ speakers
If I have the speakers plugged in but turned...
Good to see you've got a somewhat stable release anyhow! It's always a relief. Deep down I kind of like when problems arise, and the sense of accomplishment when you finally fix them.
Curious you say you used flags to exclude ports, but the guides generally call for deleting them entirely...
Mate i'm the first to admit my technical abilities are passable at best. What specifically were you struggling with regarding USB? Were you able to use the kext to get all the ports injected? Did you manage to load IOREGISTRY and plug in the various ports till they popped up?
I'm happy to help.
How strange is that! I just picked up a 970 EVO and K70, and I have a Z170 mobo. I haven't encountered any issues with the drive specifically. (Although boot time is the same as my SSD, so I'm questioning, aesthetics aside, whether I really needed the upgrade.)
I'm going to do a speed test at lunch.
Hate to be the person to sprout negativity (I'm in this thread as I'm currently researching a new build) but it does occur to me the continued frustrations of people on this journey do often occur because of a lack of understanding of what functions, and what fixes actually do what.
Nice. Do you game on that setup bro? I am in a similar position. Just ordered a Sapphire Pulse 580 8gb (From a GTX 960) and I have a 6700 CPU. Hoping to get back into PC gaming, hope it will run decent.
Thanks Rehabman, just completed (Curiously, I went to remove the port limit patch and realised I had never actually used it. Does that seem strange?)
Also, now that I have my ports back, how can I test USB3 is transferring at the correct speeds? I'm testing with a 2.5" HDD, getting 95MB/s...
Hi Rehabman, I am working my way through your excellent guide. I have successfully mapped all the ports on my computer with the exception of the USB-C ports (2). I plug in my MacBook USB to USBC adaptor (Because I have no USBC devices) but nothing in IOREG pops up in the XHC part.
Any ideas why...