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Gigabyte Z490 Vision D (Thunderbolt 3) + i5-10400 + AMD RX 580

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Interestingly, I discovered something unfortunate with Spotlight and multiple macOS installations. If you exclude specific drives in System Preferences>Spotlight>Privacy, those settings are shared between installations. Definitely not ideal, unless there's a fix of which I'm unaware.

Not sure if this will work or not but you could try and disable Siri in your iCloud Settings. It is possible that it is picking up your preferences through that and syncing it between your installations. It's worth a try and you can always turn it back on if it hinders anything else.
 
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Not sure if this will work or not but you could try and disable Siri in your iCloud Settings. It is possible that it is picking up your preferences through that and syncing it between your installations. It's worth a try and you can always turn it back on if it hinders anything else.

I actually disable Siri on all of my devices. Try to keep wiretaps at a minimum in my life. In all seriousness, though, I just find any of that stuff annoying.

It's not the end of the world if Spotlight shares privacy settings for me since I'm purely using Big Sur for testing purposes. I would be very annoyed otherwise.
 

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so the samsung pro 970 avoiding is better and next kraken z53 prevents sleeps. you say, on internal header,
so the fenvi wifi card is not a good choice also?
Fenvi card is okay. The problem is not with the internal header, but with the device connected to it.
 

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@CaseySJ Dude! a Million Thanks for your hard work in compiling this Instructional Guide. This is my first time in hackintosh world and I successfully built and run catalina in my unit. I'm still waiting for my Navi GPU to arrive, i will post complete specs of my hardware soon.

Regarding sleep/wake, it's actually working with F1/F2 though my display monitor can't pickup the signal automatically. I need to switch off the monitor first then switch it back on. Is sleep/wake mainly configured for eGPU?
Hello @JMMeFF,

I noticed that there's no Serial number assigned to your system. Your first screenshot (About this Mac) shows that serial number is ** Enter System Serial Number **. Have you specified System Serial Number, Board Serial Number (MLB), System UUID, and ROM in the PlatformInfo --> DataHub section of config.plist as indicated in the guide?

Also note that F1/F2 are meant to change screen brightness. They are not associated with sleep/wake. It sounds as if your monitor does not wake from sleep unless you disconnect and reconnect the video cable. Is that right? If so, what is the make/model of the monitor and are you using the HDMI port or one of the two Thunderbolt ports?
 
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I managed to both install (from usb) and boot Mojave on Z490 Vision D with i9 10850K.
Use iMac19,1 as SystemProductName and for Emulate area (i9 9900K):View attachment 509377
Thank you. Add to Troubleshooting / FAQ section in Post 1.

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i was watching a YouTube video on gamer nexus:

he say: "Do Not Use Z490 Motherboard Auto Settings"

any one knows what he means by that and how to use them I watched all the way but still don't understand what he means exactly ..........?
 

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"Do Not Use Z490 Motherboard Auto Settings"
Probably related to the automated overclocking, which most Z series mobos now have.
 

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ah ok, so this can disabled or not if yes, how....
Look for an overclock setting in the UEFI. Some other Vision D owners could give you a tip as to where it is. I don't own one of these cutting edge boards.
 
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