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

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Yes indeed I have!

It worked with the 1.2.0-stable drivers when I last tested it so it should work even better with the new 2.0.0-alpha drivers.
Thanks a lot.
 

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Thanks a lot.
If you use this card in a motherboard that already has a WiFi/BT module, please remember to remove the existing module first.
 
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If you use this card in a motherboard that already has a WiFi/BT module, please remember to remove the existing module first.
My hack is based on Z490 Vision G so there is no built-in Wi-Fi module :) But anyway thanks for the reminder.
 
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Has anyone ever had an issue installing the 10.15.7 Supplemental Updates? I am trying to do the latest one and I keep getting 'Some updates could not be installed automatically' when it boots back up.

I tried this several times:
  • ran the update, it downloads
  • asks to restart
  • goes to the black apple screen and says one minute remaining
  • then it restarts unusually fast
  • Picker doesn't show any 'Install Mac OSX' options

Latest OC 0.6.8 and never have had issues with updates before.

Any tips?

Thanks in advance!
 
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** Big Sur 11.4 Public Beta 1 **

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As reported by MacRumors, Big Sur 11.4 Public Beta 1 does indeed support Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs. The supported Device IDs are shown below. The supported 6000-series device IDs are as follows (1002 = AMD):

73A2 1002 = Navi 21 GL ?
73AB 1002 = ?? Could this be RX 6700 XT ?? [RX 6700 XT is NAVI 22, device ID 0x73DF]
73BF 1002 = Navi 21 [Radeon RX 6800/6800 XT / 6900 XT]

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Source: TechPowerUp

From /System/Library/Extensions/AMDRadeonX6000HWServices.kext:
XML:
    <key>IOKitPersonalities</key>
    <dict>
        <key>AMD Radeon X6000 HW Services</key>
        <dict>
            <key>CFBundleIdentifier</key>
            <string>com.apple.kext.AMDRadeonX6000HWServices</string>
            <key>IOClass</key>
            <string>AMDRadeonX6000_AMDRadeonHWServicesNavi</string>
            <key>IOMatchCategory</key>
            <string>AMDRadeonX6000HWServices</string>
            <key>IOPCIMatch</key>
            <string>0x73101002 0x73121002 0x73181002 0x73191002 0x731A1002 0x731B1002 0x731F1002 0x73401002 0x73411002 0x73431002 0x73471002 0x734F1002 0x73601002 0x73A21002 0x73AB1002 0x73BF1002</string>
            <key>IOPCITunnelCompatible</key>
            <true/>
            <key>IOProbeScore</key>
            <integer>65051</integer>
            <key>IOPropertyMatch</key>
            <dict>
                <key>LoadHWServices</key>
                <true/>
            </dict>
            <key>IOProviderClass</key>
            <string>IOPCIDevice</string>
        </dict>
    </dict>
 
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macOS 11.3 will be released any day now. I'm running the release candidate at the moment, but I suspect the problem you mention lies elsewhere.

Can you list the exact steps taken to update the driver in your EFI folder?
I just replaced the AirportItlwm kext with the new version. Also tried the renaming that you suggested to AirportItlwm-Big-Sur and AirportItlwm-Catalina and adding those to the config.
 

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I just replaced the AirportItlwm kext with the new version. Also tried the renaming that you suggested to AirportItlwm-Big-Sur and AirportItlwm-Catalina and adding those to the config.
  • In the OC/Kexts folder there should only be:
    • AirportItlwm-Big-Sur.kext
    • AirportItlwm-Catalina.kext
  • In config.plist, only these two files should be referenced (not AirportItlwm.kext).
  • The spelling of the file names must be exactly as shown.
  • Then confirm the following settings:
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Some months ago I asked about a problem booting Ubuntu on a system that has Mac OS X, Windows, and Ubuntu on different disks. I never was able to get OC to boot Linux (other two OS's booted fine). @CaseySJ has some excellent suggestions but I was never able to get it to work. Today I found a way that works by trying all of the methods given here:
https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore...inloading-a-efi-bootloader-grub2-systemd-boot

I could never get Method 2 (recommended) to work. I was able to get Method B to work but it takes a lot of effort to find the path and set up. Method A however works fine and is very easy to enter in Open Core Configurator.

By blessing \EFI\ubuntu\grubx64.eif according to the directions in the above link with Open Core Configurator, I can now select the disk from the OC picker and it boots great! Using @CaseySJ 's earlier suggestions, OC Picker also shows a Linux icon and the correct disk name. Hope this will help someone else.

Rand
 
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Hey Guys,
First let me recognize the importance and the help of this community. I'm truly grateful.
After a lot research and many disappointments, from a small list of issues today I got one solved.

I'm trying to create a Hackintosh with high performance and because of my lack of knowledge I get very frustrated when I can't get a better performance with my Hackintosh.
One of these issues was with Magic Mouse, I got the "sluggishest" Magic Mouse and now I found a solution. Without getting too technical about it, the Magic Mouse uses 2.4ghz and has a big impact on wifi and bluetooth connection. I tried everything I could think of, I bought another fenvi (1200) I bought 9 different mouse pads, I got Pringle cans opened to boost the signal, I moved the computer in top Botton, left and right side of the desk, I got a small desk with the ability of changing the height and in the end, the solution was to activate this simple feature in my Asus router: Bluetooth Coexistence.

How I got the solution? Crazy, but real. I noticed every time my phone was on the desk close to the Magic Mouse this worsen the problem. But I couldn't figure out what's wrong. I received an email notification of a new firmware of the router, ended checking the settings and found at the professional tab the bluetooth coexistence.
I hope this can help somebody out there. I found this explanation technically.

I use this Bluetooth Connection Quality window to monitor it.
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  • In the OC/Kexts folder there should only be:
    • AirportItlwm-Big-Sur.kext
    • AirportItlwm-Catalina.kext
  • In config.plist, only these two files should be referenced (not AirportItlwm.kext).
  • The spelling of the file names must be exactly as shown.
  • Then confirm the following settings: ...
Interesting. So you both the Big Sur and Catalina kexts are active. I was under the impression that you only used the kext version for the version of macOS you are running, naming it AirportItlwm.kext. I did so because I didn't read about doing what you did. Doesn't having two versions of the AirportItlwm.kext cause confusion in the macOS?
 
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