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Setting SecureBootModel from Disable to Default made the intel WIFI working
But it looks like Thunderbolt is not working? :shifty:(with either Disable or Default)
(i don't have anything plugged in Thunderbolt for the moment)
 

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Setting SecureBootModel from Disable to Default made the intel WIFI working
But it looks like Thunderbolt is not working? :shifty:(with either Disable or Default)
(i don't have anything plugged in Thunderbolt for the moment)
Looks like SecureBootModel might be having unforeseen consequences:
  • Aquantia 10Gb Ethernet cards seem to work when this is enabled.
  • Download and installation of Big Sur public betas work when this is enabled.
  • In my case even WiFi, Bluetooth, and Thunderbolt are fully working when this is enabled (Fenvi FV-T919).
  • In your case, OpenIntelWireless driver for WiFi (AirportItlwm.kext) does not seem to work when this is enabled.
Regarding Thunderbolt, what symptoms do you see? Please note that System Information --> Thunderbolt must not be used unless your Thunderbolt firmware has been flashed. To check if Thunderbolt is active, look in System Information --> PCI.
 
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Looks like SecureBootModel might be having unforeseen consequences:
  • Aquantia 10Gb Ethernet cards seem to work when this is enabled.
  • Download and installation of Big Sur public betas work when this is enabled.
  • In my case even WiFi, Bluetooth, and Thunderbolt are fully working when this is enabled (Fenvi FV-T919).
  • In your case, OpenIntelWireless drivers for WiFi (AirportItlwm.kext) does not seem to work when this is enabled.
Regarding Thunderbolt, what symptoms do you see? Please note that System Information --> Thunderbolt must not be used unless your Thunderbolt firmware has been flashed. To check if Thunderbolt is active, look in System Information --> PCI.
My bad! Thunderbolt looks OK then :thumbup:
But yes, for AirportItlwm.kext (and BT handsoff) to work, i need SecureBootModel to Default.
 

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My bad! Thunderbolt looks OK then :thumbup:
But yes, for AirportItlwm.kext (and BT handsoff) to work, i need SecureBootModel to Default.
I wonder if this should be reported to the OpenIntelWireless team or the Acidanthera team?
 

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** Mini-Guide: Procedure for In-Place Upgrade of OpenCore
from Earlier Version to New Version **

Please do not quote this guide in its entirety. Post a link instead.

...
  • Reboot the system and press F12 at BIOS splash screen to open the BIOS boot menu (not OpenCore Picker).
  • Select the USB flash disk.
After the reboot>Select USB flash disk... I receive the warning at BIOS splash screen and then I need to do a force restart with power/reset button ( don't know why every image captured with iPhone ends up being sideways, sorry about that):
 

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Interesting, I don't seem to have the AppleVideoToolBox codecs in handbrake, just the VideoToolBox codecs (H264,H265) and when I use handbake it's using CPU only; neither the RX5700XT or the iGPU...

I'm starting to think it's just a lack of full support for iMac20,2 SMBIOS. When I rename 'Intel UHD630' in device properties, I lose the iGPU Graph in Intel Power Gadget, but I GAIN the ability to see it in iStat Menus, and on exporting the Sony Camp 4K Demo (as a 4K HEVC file) I get about 75% iGPU load in iStat menus. I'm almost willing to confirm this by trying a 19,1 SMBIOS... but... I'll wait and see.


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After the reboot>Select USB flash disk... I receive the warning at BIOS splash screen and then I need to do a force restart with power/reset button ( don't know why every image captured with iPhone ends up being sideways, sorry about that):
I don't understand: You already have the latest OpenCore 0.6.2 so what is the reason for following that mini-guide?
 

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** Mini-Guide: Procedure for In-Place Upgrade of OpenCore
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@CaseySJ the 0.6.2 OpenCore release folder has two folders bother with EFI folders. What is the purpose of both folders?
 

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