Not sure this is just me.
I have my Mojave upgraded to 10.14.1, and by using @RehabMan customized DSDT method. All working fine, until I reboot it with USB drive plugged in. USB drive won't be mounted automatically, I have to unplug in then re-plug back in to have it shown.
Follow the instruction, got my customized DSDT built up and attached below. I dial back to 10.14.0 to get this done, and it can run properly with that disable string in config.list. Will try to upgrade to 10.14.1 in a while.
Successfully upgrade to 10.14.1, and all USB3 functioning...
After upgrading to 10.14.1, my hackintosh will function like following problem and or symptoms:
1. After boot up, only one front USB port showing up as USB3, the other at front, and four on the back USB3 not able to mount the disk;
2. If I have a sleep then wake up, all USB3 ports become normal...
I have different MB but close to yours, I followed the link below quick and dirty. Only problem will be your 1050Ti.
Follow the instruction, I have mine on Mojave now. Thanks a lot:headbang::headbang::headbang:
First snapshot from H/S, second from Mojave. So far everything works, ethernet, wifi, sound, shutdown/sleep....
Except the USB, Trim support... I guess I need to inject some code to config.plist...
Follow the instruction, get H/S installed yesterday. Thanks a lot. Also got CUDA driver thing resolved, But noticed USB3.0 issue. Looking for solution now....
Updated: USB issue solved through instruction:
Patch to Config.list...
I am happy now, fresh installed working by following this guy on youtube. And he mentioned a post here as shown below. Lot of thanks to this community.
Now I have sierra up and running, almost perfect...
Thanks for the quick response, pal.
Here is the high level configuration.
Intel Core i5 4440 @ 3.10GHz 45 °C
Haswell 22nm Technology
16.0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz (11-11-11-28)
Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. Z87N-WIFI (SOCKET 0) 46 °C
I have been staying on Yosemite for years, never thought of updating until recently. But I was having no luck to get Sierra boot up successfully, it always shows the CPU error then K/P, the reboot.
Is my MB getting too old for it, or there is any trick to set it up. Thanks in advance.