- Jun 26, 2011
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
- HD 630
- Mobile Phone
im thinking about itYou could also consider the z590 Vision D when it finally launches... which has known Thunderbolt 4 ports. Also the MSI Z590 Ace has TB4 and looks good, too. But I can definitely see the appeal of the Vision G.
Ha, those are not "minor" changes when it comes to Hackintosh! Every change is potentially a major change because Apple does not qualify macOS against the hardware choices we make.@CaseySJ hi there, I am facing kernel panic upon wake up from sleep and was wondering if you would have suggestion. I have recently done some minor changes to my configuration because I wanted to add the 6800 XT to slot 2 so that I could use it in Windows and still use the 5600 XT in macOS.
Apart from that no other changes. The system work well in both macOS and Windows. Each Os uses the right video card. However the sleep function in macOS does not work anymore but used to work prior to those above minor changes.
Because macOS only supports one Bluetooth controller at a time, we should of course remove the USB Bluetooth dongle when testing the Fenvi Bluetooth.My Fenvi T919 has started loosing Bluetooth at random times. It happened first yesterday afternoon, after the computer had been up for 38 days. I rebooted, and it worked fine, but 10 minutes later, the same happened. Rebooted, and the same. I've attached a USB BT dongle, and that works fine. Wireless is working, but I'm not using it. The Fenvi card has been working flawlessly for 6 months... Any idea of how to troubleshoot? I upgraded to OC 0.6.6 yesterday, but that didn't help the issue. Would you recommend trying the built in Intel?
@hughythomas @emistral @TijuanaKezOn this board it seems to take over 10 seconds just to get to the OpenCore chooser, even with fast boot set to not rescan SATA (can't remember the name of the option exactly).
I'm updating via the mini guides each time. But I don't think this is an OC thing, it feels more like the fast boot feature isn't working. I have full screen splash disabled so it hangs for what seems like forever when the bios text displays. My sense is it's rescanning all the SATA ports and PCI slots on every boot, which is not supposed to happen with fast boot enabled. On previous boards this 'POST' period would take along time only when PCI devices were changed and/or fast boot disabled. But once things were settled, usually jump straight into the boot loader after a reboot. I was looking forward to see how fast the power-on -> OS would be on the new rig. But boy is it slllooowwwww.@hughythomas @emistral @TijuanaKez
are you all using CaseySJ OpenCore folder / each version update folder and just changing your details in the config.plist, if so try and delete AudioDxe.efi from the Drivers folder, this might help with the slow boot to the opencore picker screen.
Hello @CaseySJ, I tried updating to the 0.6.7. But, after booting from it, Hackintool is still reporting OC 0.6.6. I'm definitely booting from the test USB stick w/ your latest file. I reformatted and tried twice just to be sure... Is anyone else seeing this??? Maybe they didn't version up the binary before release???
Hackintool seems to have a bug with that. I know I'm loading the right EFI because it's the only one with the latest kexts, and someone reported seeing 0.6.6 still to the Hackintool GitHub repo.Hello @CaseySJ, I tried updating to the 0.6.7. But, after booting from it, Hackintool is still reporting OC 0.6.6. I'm definitely booting from the test USB stick w/ your latest file. I reformatted and tried twice just to be sure... Is anyone else seeing this??? Maybe they didn't version up the binary before release???
Thanks for taking a look
If you have ExposeSensitiveData bitmap set in your config.plist, you can check the OpenCore version with this terminal command:Hackintool seems to have a bug with that. I know I'm loading the right EFI because it's the only one with the latest kexts, and someone reported seeing 0.6.6 still to the Hackintool GitHub repo.