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Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming build with working NVRAM

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Hi Pastrychef,
I just upgrade to Monterey with the help of your OC files and now my USB Bluetooth adapter (bcm20702a0 chipset) doesn't work anymore.
It does show up in the USB device tree

BCM20702A0:
Produkt-ID: 0x21e8
Hersteller-ID: 0x0a5c (Broadcom Corp.)
Version: 1.12
Seriennummer: 5CF3709A2C75
Geschwindigkeit: Bis zu 12 MBit/s
Hersteller: Broadcom Corp
Standort-ID: 0x14230000 / 7
Verfügbare Stromstärke (mA): 500
Erforderliche Stromstärke (mA): 0
Zusätzlicher Betriebsstrom (mA): 0


But the system information tells me in the Bluetooth section (even when the usb adapter is unplugged):
Bluetooth-Controller:
Adresse: NULL
Status: Aus
Chipsatz: BCM_4350C2
Sichtbar: Aus
Firmwareversion: v0 c0
Produkt-ID: 0x0001
Unterstützte Dienste: 0x382039 < HFP AVRCP A2DP HID Braille AACP GATT Serial >
Transport: UART
Hersteller-ID: 0x004C (Apple)

Do you have any idea on this?
Thanks again for your help!
Stefan

What kind of card is it? You may need BlueToolFixup.kext.
 
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Hi Pastrychef,
it's an USB Adapter from the Buyer's Guide...
 

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Hi Pastrychef,
it's an USB Adapter from the Buyer's Guide...

Try adding the following kexts:

BrcmFirmwareData.kext
BrcmPatchRAM3.kext
BlueToolFixup.kext

Keep them in that specific order. If you still have problems, try using just BlueToolFixup.kext and disable the other two.
 
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Hi!!
Some days ago I uninstalled windows 10 from my pc but, now when I start OC I have Windows disk on picker. How can I delete it?
 

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Hi!!
Some days ago I uninstalled windows 10 from my pc but, now when I start OC I have Windows disk on picker. How can I delete it?

I don't know. I've never experienced this. Have you tried formatting the drive where Windows was installed?
 
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Is out. Certainly I didn't uninstall it. I took the disk out form my machine
 

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Is out. Certainly I didn't uninstall it. I took the disk out form my machine

Did you try clearing NVRAM at the OpenCore Boot Picker?

Or try looking for Windows folders in EFI partitions and deleting them?
 
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yes, a lot of times, but it is still there
 

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