- Dec 12, 2013
- Gigabyte X299X aorus Master
- i9 10900x
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
hi i don't want to read 40 pages if i don't have to
but if i have to then i will
If it is only a matter of cosmetic issue, I suggest you to use device properties in OpenCore vs SSDTs ( old school ).
Very simple and effective. You'll need Hackintool: PCIe section. Look for your device, right click to copy the device path and report the elements inside OC /DeviceProperties. If you want to add some vendor ID or other fields, you'll find them with IOReg. Check the exemples below and you should be all .
How are you migrating to 0.5.9? Many users make the mistake of migrating copy/paste all of their EFI files and that's an error (don't know if that's your case), OC .plist should be the one provided with OC build, OpenRuntime should also match OC version, otherwise you'll get errors at boot.All those with BIOS Failure can check and confirm if they have VT-D Disabled and if they Enabled and use in OpenCore:
- DisableIoMapper quirk enabled,
or VT-d disabled in firmware settings if present, or ACPI DMAR table dropped.
My Bios Failure has gone. Now I can boot macOS with wake on lan unattended I have been like 2 days testings things.
Also I tried to setup a OC 0.5.9 with no joy. Still using dolgarrenan EFI
Also thanks Ellybz for this post. Did what you show me, so easy lol
Next big thing is getting USB mapping before the next Big Sur comes home