I have Win11 and MacOs 12.2.1 each on its own physical NVMe m.2 SSD.
TPM is enabled in the BIOS of the motherboard.
Installation was rather smooth and I had no issues.
It's been a while now, but I'm pretty sure I did the MacOs install first.
Once that was working fine (OpenCore), I removed the...
Indeed it was a simple swap of the 5700xt and the 6800xt and no problems were encountered.
There was a little bit confusion about the resizable bar BIOS setting, but OpenCore has settings for this since 0.7.5.
All good now!
I'm running a hackintosh Monterey 12.1 on Gigabyte Aorus Master z390, i9900k, 64GB 3600MHz DDR4, and RX 5700 XT.
I wonder, is there any advantage or any clear disadvantage of having the internal GPU of the i9900k enabled in the BIOS?
I do run Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop with GPU...
I'm running a hackintosh Monterey 12.1 on Gigabyte Aorus Master z390, i9900k and RX 5700 XT.
Windows 11 is installed on a second internal SSD.
Booting is done by OpenCore 0.7.5.
So far everything is super-stable and all features I need are working fine.
Just for the gaming on the...
Thank you both!
I think Ctrl+Enter will be close enough.
It‘s not really a mission-critical feature. Just merely something I got used to.
One more question:
Can the timeout value be changed in OpenCore?
The time until the menu is closed and the Default Boot Volume is booted?
I have re-installed my Hackintosh successfully and run now Monterey 12.1.
I just updated OpenCore from 0.7.5 to 0.7.6, removed all the debugging features I had running for a while now and installed the OpenCanopy graphical boot selector menu (I have Windows 11 on a separate SSD).
Hi Edhawk, hi Henties,
I don't know why, but the BT issues have vanished after about a day or so.
I'm not aware of any change I did to the bluetooth stack.
Obviously I'm in the progress of setting up the system and install a lot of software.
The only change to the OC EFI was the addition of my...
I have just installed Monterey (with OC 0.7.5) on my GB Aorus Master Z390 with i9900k and Radeon5700XT and 64GB 3600Mhz RAM on a WD_BLACK SN850 m.2 NVME SSD.
Everything works just fine: Ethernet, Audio, iCloud, iMessage, etc.
Even the Bluetooth card I have installed (a PCI-e card for...
The rest was easier than expected.
50 minutes later I have Monterey installed on my WD_black SN850.
Wifi, Bluetooth and on-board audio worked immediately!
The Radeon X5700XT is recognized and used as main output device with 4k resolution on my Dell monitor.
Only the onboard LAN is not...
Ok, now I got it !
First edit the prev-lang:kbd field in the config.plist (delete/leave the value empty)
Then reset the nvram
Then reboot again
Then you‘re asked by the installer about the language you want.
I guess that‘s a practical joke for all the first-time OpenCore users?
Turns out I didn‘t had either one of the USB kexts in my installer….
I feel a little bit stupid now.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!!!
Now the installer boots to the Apple graphics.
For whatever reason those screens are in cyrillic/russian language.
I tried resetting the NVRAM in...
Good info !!
I will take my USBMap.kext created on the very same hardware with my old hackintosh and incorporate that into my OC EFI on the Installer USB SSD.
I will report back tomorrow (no time today) with the results.
Thank you for the ideas! Keep it coming ;-)
I have not yet created an USBMap.kext (mapping the USB ports to the max limit of 15 ports in MacOS), as I understand this to be a post installation step. On my older Clover hackintosh I have done that and created a USBMap.kext successfully.
It‘s not me aborting the progress. That‘s happening automatically about two minutes after the last line of log output.
I have the full Monterey install image on the USB SSD and that is quite quick.