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  1. leborgne

    [GUIDE] Replace non-working Intel I225 with 82574L PCIe NIC (Monterey + OpenCore)

    Hi Jay, I'm not getting a 100% stable connexion after all. 3-4 times a day I lose my internet access (although the link is still up and IP address is still valid) and I have to delete and add the interface in sysprefs to get it working again. Swapping with another identical NIC did not solve...
  2. leborgne

    [GUIDE] Replace non-working Intel I225 with 82574L PCIe NIC (Monterey + OpenCore)

    Ok got it . Thanks for taking the time Jay !
  3. leborgne

    [GUIDE] Replace non-working Intel I225 with 82574L PCIe NIC (Monterey + OpenCore)

    Hi Jay, Yeah I got this part but the one I don't is why, in your case, did you use 0x10F60000 instead of the values given in the info.plist file (0x104b8086 or 0x10f68086) ?
  4. leborgne

    [GUIDE] Replace non-working Intel I225 with 82574L PCIe NIC (Monterey + OpenCore)

    Hi Jay, Other dots I'm unable to connect : where do you get the 0x10F60000 value from the "IOPCIPrimaryMatch" key on your screenshot ?
  5. leborgne

    [GUIDE] Replace non-working Intel I225 with 82574L PCIe NIC (Monterey + OpenCore)

    Ok great ! Will use that + your guide to try and make an i210 NIC work on my other Ryzentosh. Thanks again jay.
  6. leborgne

    [GUIDE] Replace non-working Intel I225 with 82574L PCIe NIC (Monterey + OpenCore)

    I bought the very same NIC and followed your tutorial : Worked like a charm ! thanks a lot Jay ! Would you please explain how 9hAAAA translates to 0x10F60000 to match the PID ? Understanding this would allow me to replicate this to other NICS (i210 for that matter).
  7. leborgne

    macOS Monterey final / NVME issue

    Thanks but none of that worked. I regretfully bought a Gigabyte mainboard but kept my MSI because it worked flawlessly (including sleep) and we can be hopefull on 3 fronts : a 12.1 or 12.x version of Monterey that might (not intentionally) fix the issue. a bios update from MSI that might (not...
  8. leborgne

    macOS Monterey final / NVME issue

    Yeah i found out on other forums that it's specific to MSI motherboards with recent Bios. Only way to solve this issue so far is to revert to a 2019 bios AND a zen / zen+ / zen2 CPU. I see you have a 3600 Zen2 CPU so it could be done in your case, for me I'll stick with Big sur for the time being.
  9. leborgne

    macOS Monterey final / NVME issue

    Here's the error
  10. leborgne

    macOS Monterey final / NVME issue

    Hi. If what you mean by "create your drive" is what partition type and what file system I used then the answer is that I could not get to that point because no physical drive is detected (and no nvmexpress controller in system summary by the way). My guess is that Monterey handles NVME...
  11. leborgne

    macOS Monterey final / NVME issue

    Hi everyone, I'm having an issue with the final version of macOS Monterey. The installer is unable to detect my NVME drives, only external USB devices are shown in disk utility. Installation on an external device is able to complete but leads to the same issue. Those same Crucial P5 drives work...
  12. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    Have you tried this ? Only way for me to for me to get 120HZ working on 5120x1440.
  13. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    Support for 5700XT was added in December of 2019, The iMac you talk about was released in August of 2020... The timing makes no sense if they only had the new iMac in mind.
  14. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    Well they never had a 5700XT in one of their machines and brought support in 10.15.2 anyway because : 1 : they don't need to bother, it's AMD doing the work getting the drivers ready. 2 : those drivers support a whole family of GPU's even if only one specific reference (mobile SKU as an...
  15. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    Yeah it's a fake and Yeah some posts have been removed, including one from me. That's weird as nobody talked about rigged voting machines.
  16. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    Hopefully the first 11.2 beta will arrive in a few days and will bring support.
  17. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    Apple does not trust Intel's IPC either but on the other hand they still need AMD's expertise for high end GPU's and those can only be paired with traditional x86 chips (as lack of support for eGPU's on M1 Macs suggests). I guess Apple will only ask AMD to write ARM drivers if they can't be...
  18. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    It does make sense if they don't yet have a powerful enough own-made GPU. On top of that Tim cook really said they have more intel macs to be released. Back in 2005 they were true to their word when they made the same statement : they pulled out the liquid cooled PowerMac G5 after revealing the...
  19. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    They will for 2 reasons : - MacPro 7,1 upgradability - Still intel macs in the pipeline (so they said at WWDC) and they (it) will very likely have RDNA2 in them (it).
  20. leborgne

    [Success] AMD RX6000 Series working in macOS

    I've been trying to edit info.plist files in all AMDRadeonX6000xxx kexts to add Navi21 and Device-ID code. Still no luck
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