Worked for me too!So I just removed my boot arg alcid=11 and added the correct device property id that is equal to alcid=11 which is <0B000000> and it works!
Maybe the reason my layout id of 28 worked in device properties for my vision g was because it was an incorrect number that the alcid=11 boot arg was just basically able to ignore. ha.
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Yes, Keep all other boot args you have. Also, make sure you change the “type” from number to data. That is paramount. After making those changes reset nvram by pressing space bar at oc bootloader.So I change the device properties to "0B000000" and remove ONLY the "alcd=11" part of the string in NVRAM/BootArg?
And my board is a G, so anyone else with a D may be better suited to guide you here. You can try to remove any audio devices listed in device properties and then add an alcid=xxx boot arg, one at a time, until you find the one that works for you. The ALC1220 supports layouts 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 21, 27, 28, 29, 30, 34, 35, 98, 99, 100, meaning all of these numbers are possibilities to try (for example alcid=1, alcid=2, etc.)i have tried this method. But still have no audio.
My board is vision D.
Hello @bishop21,Greetings @CaseySJ
After several weeks after out last discussion, the pc went well and solid fast. Yesterday I saw the update that says F5 and F6 BIOS is recommended for USB C and thunderbolt at main page, quickly I downgraded to F6 BIOS and successfully stable but still, the USB C at thunderbolt ports didnt mount, do you have any solution? This is my IOREG.
Thanks in advance.
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Whoah! Are there any major benefits with the Vision D? Maybe Monterey is more stable? Got my RX570 and Music and TV+ are now working, as is audio in Monterey. Have to see what else is working, but I am feeling better about things. My Geekbench is only 32K with the 570, and should be about 40. Is there a turbo switch I am missing in the Mac OS? BIOS is stock so it should be around 40,000.OpenCore 0.7.6 has been released. This post will be replaced with 0.7.6 mini-guide soon.
So it means that from the beginning, users that using Z490 vision D w/ flashed TB should've known that plugging the USB C to Thunderbolt port(s) will never get hot-plug and must've been connected before macOS boots up, yea?Hello @bishop21,
USB-C devices attached to Thunderbolt ports will work if they are connected before macOS boots up. But USB-C devices will hot-connect on the front-panel USB-C port. If your case has a front-panel USB-C port, simply connect the supplied cable to motherboard's F_U32C header.
However, if you connect a Thunderbolt dock to one of the Thunderbolt ports, then it should be possible to hot-connect a USB-C device to the Thunderbolt dock.