PowerPC was a RISC based chip - and proved to be horribly underpowered compared to WinTel - the resurgence of Apple happened when they shifted to Intel.
Taking a step backwards and shifting to another underpowered Risc Chip is NOT the way to the future.
This is about one thing - control - and...
Most of the video streaming sites switched to HTML 5 for video streaming. This supports HDCP which typically what caused problems with the Playback - the DRM was killing it.
This was working prior to Catalina for me (I was setup with Headless IGP, with a iMac Pro system definition).
This is exactly what's happening to me - everything works perfectly in Chrome - but Safari crashes with the mouse pointer continuing to work. I had some minor success changing the platform id - but they all eventually crashed (sometimes Netflix would work for the first 10 seconds before crashing).
Well - I thought I had it - as I was able to get Netflix to play in Safari. I tried some other DRMed video streaming sites (like amazon) and they still failed.
Then after a reboot - netflix was crashing my desktop again.
Gigabyte Z370 with ATI RX 580, running as a iMacPro. Currently...
UPDATE: Found the issue. For whatever reason my IGPU platform-id from Mojave didn't work in Catalina.
I changed to the recommended Platform-ID by following the guide on this site. This enabled the headless IGPU used by Safari.
I just finished the upgrade to Catalina, as in Movaje a number of things worked great:
1) Netflix/PrimeVideo etc. in Chrome
2) Apple TV Streaming.
I have found a weird issue with Netflix, CraveTV, Prime Video in Safari - the minute I access the site - my computer locks up.
Is this happening...
Thanks - I'm more than happy to leave it being injected by the boot loader, just the download link on this site and a few of the discussions have mentioned it should reload in /Library/Extensions - and I was trying to do things the "Right" way.
Not an issue at all - Solved.
I've been tuning stuff for the last few months, and my hack is fully functional as a result.
The latest Lilu and WhateverGreen call for the kexts to be installed in /Library/Extensions, but if I don't include them in Clover kexts/other my Hack won't boot.
With them included in Clover...
I had a similar issue and it was related to the Aptio driver in clover running out of memory. Try replacing your Aptio Clover driver with the new version "AptioMemoryFix.efi" - for me it also helped to turn on "Fast Boot".
Your probably running out of memory on the Aptio Driver.
Make a backup of your existing Clover/Drivers64UEFI/OsxAptioFix2Drv.efi or OsxAptioFix3Drv.efi, and delete them from Clover/Drivers64UEFI on your EFI drive.
Then copy over ApfsMemoryFix.efi and reboot. ApfsMemoryFix.efi is available on...
I can report I was able to solve my issue. The issue I had was I had a HD60S Streaming USB Device plugged into my USB - this device was causing it to wake immediately.
As for waking from sleep from a bluetooth device - try clicking bluetooth (in system preferences) - advanced - "Allow bluetooth...
The port you installed it on is a M.2 Port - not a mini PCI-Express slot.
To use that card you will need an adapter for PCI-EXpress to Mini-PCI-Express.
I have a similar motherboard and use the PCI-Express adapter without issue.
So I took a look:
I have another internal device which I normally leave disconnected - this is the NZXT h500i controller for fans and less.
When I plug that device into the same port as the Bluetooth - it shows as built-in without a hub. This leads me to believe that the bluetooth hub is...
Gigabyte Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 running bios F7,
Multiple Nvme SSD's
64GB of Ram
with an Internal PCI-Express BRCM20702 Wifi/Bluetooth (via an internal header)
USB Setup with a custom SSDT to mark the USB Port (HS07) as internal.
My Issue is the machine immediately wakes...
No need to go back 10.13.1. 10.13.3 is actually an extremely strong release - install the nvidia 104 driver using WebDriver.sh - problem solved.
I have a Macbook pro I use in the office, and my Hackintosh I use when working from home. Never use a hack as your only Mac for work - its work - buy...