thanks for your post.
Do I understand correctly that if you keep the PCI express lsot set as 4x it would not work even if you would have disabled ASPM?
Did you the fenvi card on a PCIe x1 slot?
Just did the upgrade to Mojave 14.6 after updating Lilu, WEG, Apple ALC as well as as clover bootloader to v4934.
The ugrade went very smoothly, everything works well but no sound anymore!
I can recover sound if I change the layout id to 16 (originally set to 1). Not sure to understand...
You should upgrade your BIOS to the latest version. Just checked latest is F7.
The iGPU will be visible in macOS only if it is set to "enabled" in the BIOS. (You have 3 options there: enabled, disabled and Auto.)
If the iGPU is enabled, you shall see simply it in >About this Mac...
Not sure to understand:
is @skylined = @jarekd ?
if yes what is your configuration exactly ? Do you have a DGPU = RTX2080 (Skylined) or not (Jarekd)?
To my knowledge, since Maxwell-based cards, Nvidia graphic cards are NOT supported in MacOS Mojave...
Please make sure that you have Lilu.kext and and its plug in Apple.ALC.kext installed in your L/E folder.
You can do this manually by downloading the latest version
Lilu v 1.3.7
AppleALC v 1.3.9
For ALC892 the following layout id are allowed:
0x100302, layout 1, 2, 3, (4 for laptop), 5, 7, 12, 28, 31, 92, 98, 99
From those, Layout id 1 fits very well with the board input / output...
To my knowledge you don't need anything else.
If I understand your post correctly, you do have sound when you use the regular Line Out (Green), but you don't when you use the optical digital output?
If yes, did you try the SPDIF output also with Windows?
You need to set up the IGPU in "Headless" configuration to run Final Cut Pro X , iMovie and other professional video editing software, meaning that the IGPU wil not be used to display but only for compute tasks.
Please read carefully this post from @Kennkimm66 that explains very...
Which RAM do you have?
Also, I would do a Memtest to be sure that nothing is wrong with any of your 4 RAM sticks.
If you go back to the history of this thread, you will see that I also experienced BIOS corruption and autorepair (this the dual BIOS safe process that restores the...
Apparently it is possible to have USB ports still carrying power while off under windows:
But could not find anythig equivalent for MacOS.
Apparently having "FastBoot" activated in BIOS...
I am not sure I understand why your ports are still having power on them.
Just to make sure that the problem is not coming from the SSDT you might want to try with another one?
Maybe you can try Jbarnette's one ? it is at the bottom of the first post of this thread...