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  1. jaspercat5

    << Solved >> Mac OSX Monterey Bluetooth Support Between O/S

    It seems that the old method of extracting the Bluetooth Link keys using the following terminal command does not work in Monterey.....sudo defaults read /private/var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Bluetoothd.plist LinkKeys The link keys can, however, be retrieved through Keychain access...
  2. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    I removed my Titan Ridge 2. Mainly because not all of the features worked, specifically Ethernet ..but also because I also have no need of an Tb expansion port. Nice project though.
  3. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    My flashed TB3 seemed to work - the SSDT differs slightly from the one you uploaded. maybe worth giving it a try to see if it makes any difference.
  4. jaspercat5

    ASUS X299 Monterey Support

    I think I had CpuTscSync.kext added and also I didn't use the argument -lilubetaall. I was also on 0.6.7. If you've had success I will try again at some point for sure.
  5. jaspercat5

    ASUS X299 Monterey Support

    I installed Monterey by way of the Apple upgrade. It was far from perfect, perhaps because I was using OC 067. The main issues were startup times, huge delay before getting to the Monterey GUI. And then a further lag waiting for the desktop icons to load.Seemed like a memory issue but I didn't...
  6. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    Yes the lack of a USB 2.0 header is inconvenient - it is also absent from the Sage 10G board - but there are plenty of internal adapter cables available patch a USB 3.0 header to USB 2.0. The built-in 10G ethernet ports work great with the EEPROM mod which has to be done in Linux. You'll need...
  7. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    I changed my board to a Asus Sage x299 10G because it had NVRAM support. I'd look for a board that has this ... just makes life so much easier.
  8. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    Intel VT-d can be enabled in the bios if the OC quirk DisableIoMapper is set to True.
  9. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    Hey izo1 - good to see you posting on here again. I only flashed the eeprom in the Titan Ridge 2.0. Details are in post number 1844 in this thread and the follow-up posts. It is in Slot 2 and I used the Tb cable that came with the motherboard.The RX580 is in slot 5. I used the HackinDROM.aml I...
  10. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    I have the GPU (RX580) in slot 5 and the flashed Titan Ridge in slot 2 - all works as it should.
  11. jaspercat5

    Intel Network adapters on OS X: Small Tree drivers

    Ah that explains your current EFI on GitHub, was there looking for the sonnet kext!
  12. jaspercat5

    Intel Network adapters on OS X: Small Tree drivers

    Interesting. So did you refresh the 550XT with a new subsystem ID 16b8:7212 the Sonnet driver to work?
  13. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    I can confirm that wake from bluetooth works fine with GPRW. But I did have problems (unrelated to this I think) with the Apple Cinema Display turning on after sleep in Hibernate mode 0, but Hibernate mode 25 worked fine.
  14. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    I solved my sleep issue with the Titan Ridge - installed the GPRW SSDT and the ASMedia kext and all is working now.
  15. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    Glad you got it sorted - thought it was the bios. Are you using the modded one I sent (@izo1) with the Apple logo? If not it is a nice authentic GUI if that appeals!
  16. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    I hoped my EFI and bios settings would solve your problems. I am running Beta4 and had no problems although it wasn't a clean install but an upgrade from Beta 3.
  17. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    I have the attached 3302 bios which I am using - I got it from @IOZ1 - it has a customized Apple logo replacing the Asus logo. I am also attaching my bios settings for comparison. I had two Sage 10G's - the first one had bricked 10G ports so I sold it and replaced it with another Sage 10G. This...
  18. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    You can use my EFI. Note that I don't have USB ports mapped yet (because I'm still troubleshooting sleep). There is also a custom memory map in there which won't apply to you. Remember that updates won't work if you have a broken seal - Opencore has a guide for this but the easiest solution is...
  19. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    Thats a big help - it'll be next week when I have time to play with the slot location to fix broken sleep - I knew that the Sage 10G only allows Tb cards to sit in Slot 2 - then I read about patching but mistakenly thought it would be a simple patching of pins 1 and 3 for different slots but...
  20. jaspercat5

    X299 Big Sur Support

    Yes, the SSDT is now correct with the correctly populated UID and UUID's. I also changed the location in the SSDT to Slot 2. Attached is the updated screen shot of the Tb bus. Yes it is easier to have removable chips for sure but I must say that the clip worked first time for me - saw some...
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