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Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming build with working NVRAM

pastrychef

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hi @pastrychef.
do you mind enable play chime again?

It's already enabled but it has always been a bit spotty... It will work on some reboots for me and not on others. Try cleaning NVRAM to see if it helps.
 
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how do I clean it? in older versions there was an icon but not on the last ones
 

pastrychef

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how do I clean it? in older versions there was an icon but not on the last ones

It should be on the OpenCore boot picker. Are you on OpenCore 0.8.3?

Check in config.plist > UEFI > Drivers and make sure ResetNvramEntry.efi is enabled.
 
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Hello, I bought a BCM943602CS wifi card. Wi-fi worked perfectly, but Bluetooth cannot see any device. Any tips on where I can find a solution? My system was built following the instructions in this post for the Gigabyte Z390 M Gamming and I'm using Mojave. Thank you in advance.
 

pastrychef

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Hello, I bought a BCM943602CS wifi card. Wi-fi worked perfectly, but Bluetooth cannot see any device. Any tips on where I can find a solution? My system was built following the instructions in this post for the Gigabyte Z390 M Gamming and I'm using Mojave. Thank you in advance.

The BCM943602CS should is natively supported. As long as your USB ports are configured correctly, Bluetooth should just work. Just make sure that the BCM943602CS USB cable is connected to F_USB1 and using port HS10.

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If you previously used any Bluetooth kexts, disable and delete them.
 
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Do we know if the CNVI on this board is still locked to Intel?
 
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