Please try this:In fact i'd like to update existing 068 to 069 so i should see Update to X.Y.Z i think, or wait for hackintoshDROM site is up to date to 069 and do it manually maybe.
(if i trash existing EFI i will have to go from scratch for config.plist?)
Looks like I just have the most recent OC (068) in my EFI folder so I can't trash it.Please try this:
- Mount EFI partition of the macOS SSD.
- Then delete any old versions of OpenCore but do not delete the most recent one (0.6.8).
- Empty the trash.
- Then try the update process again with HackinDROM App.
This might indicate a server-side issue.Looks like Ii just have the most recent OC (068) in my EFI folder so I can't trash it.
If you don’t need it, delete your apple / firmware folder, that should free up enough space up to upgrade.Looks like i just have the most recent OC (068) in my EFI folder so i can't trash it.
Excellent observation!If you don’t need it, delete your apple / firmware folder, that should free up enough space up to upgrade.
Did the same thing, as I had the same problem.
This is okay.
Getting back to the Premiere Pro rendering issue, I wonder if we need to change GPU order by renaming the AMD GPU and Intel iGPU. By default their names are:
When we alphabetize them, the Intel UHD 630 comes first. Some Adobe users have found that it's better to rename the GPUs so that AMD GPU comes first:
- Intel UHD 630
- Radeon RX 5700 XT
Please follow the three screenshots below to try this experiment. The save the file and reboot.
- AMD RX 5700 XT
- Intel UHD 630
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Key: AAPL, slot-name Value: Internal@0,28,7/0,0 Type: STRING
Base: __Z18e1000_set_mac_typeP8e1000_hw Find: F2150000 Replace: F3150000 Identifier: com.apple.driver.AppleIntelI210Ethernet
LOL, so true! We’ve made the OpenCore update process so simple that no one feels any sense of accomplishment or satisfaction. No pain, no gain.