I just deleted the USBMap.kext and reset NVRAM and everything seems to be working, including the onboard webcam.
Checking Hackintool, all the external ports are described as internal, but still work for USB 2 and 3.
Should I leave it as is, or change the Connector type...
Hi, I'd much appreciate if you can offer any advice on USB mapping for Dell 7580 laptop using OC 0.75
CPU: i7 8565U, iGPU: Intel 620 HD.
The webcam isn't working. I tried CorpNewt's USBMap tool but could use some guidance.
Hi. Has anyone got Rear Line Out audio to work on a 9020 MT?
I've got internal speakers, DP audio (on monitor speakers) and Front Headphone working but not Line Out.
I'm using OpenCore on Catalina (hope it's ok to post here).
Was getting the CMOS reset issue too. Reflexively replaced the CMOS battery which didn't solve. Also started getting a thermal error – so cleaned out the machine of dust.
Didn't think of a Clover issue until reading this thread. Updated to latest and deleted Nvram.plist from EFI folder (Clover...
Thanks @abhinasia. Checked and no CsmVideoDxe-64.efi in the location EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI/.
I've got WhateverGreen, will try removing and seeing if that works. Are you using RadeonDeInit in Clover?
Getting a black screen on Mojave 10.14.3 update from 10.14.2, using AMD RX560 card.
Using latest Lilu and WhateverGreen kexts in EFI.
Have tried booting from installer usb but same result - Apple logo and progress bar appear, continues for a few minutes then black screen.
I have 3 ssd's and 2 hdd's in my desktop - 4 drives with macOS 10.14 and 1 with Win10.
I've installed Clover in the EFI of all 4 drives with macOS - so theoretically each can boot independently.
In System Preferences - the Clover version is 4741, even after updating to 4798. I don't know...
I'm running OS X 10.13.6 on a Dell T3500 and would like to upgrade to a Metal compatible GPU that supports OS X 10.14. My budget is up to $300 AUD. So far I've found that AMD RX560 seems compatible.
Processor Socket:LGA1366 Socket
Chipset Type: Intel X58 Express...
No guarantees of success, and there may well be better solutions - but here are some suggestions:
Does your computer boot into macOS Sierra (select the 1st option in your screenshot)? If it does - then Backup all your personal files onto an external drive.
If you don't have a bootable macOS...