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CaseySJ

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Hi all

is this now safe to upgrae to bios 20 ? on vision D, with monterey

I need this for BAR (ive got alose an RTX3090, dual maco/windows config)

Thnks
Yes, it's okay to install BIOS F20 on Z490 Vision D.
 
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If you look at the OpenCore 0.7.6 mini-guide in this thread, you’ll find an EFI folder for Intel Wireless. It is preconfigured for on-board Intel WiFi and Bluetooth. Have you tried that one already?
yes, I just took the EFI and generated the serial numbers, then the cpu mask and downloaded the last one available and replaced the kext for the mojave operating system. I have not tried to do the same with a newer operating system, my goal was to work with Intel Wi-Fi with Mojave. But I had to use a Broadcom. I also noticed that the wi-fi intel and the adapter in psi-e are not the same as the Intel module installed in the wi-fi slot on the motherboard. I have an adapter board for m2 wi-fi, I inserted Intel AC 8265 into it and it was not recognized when the necessary kexts were entered. I decided that Intel Wi-Fi 6 and Mojave was a bad idea and gave up trying.
 
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On the Vision D:
  • iGPU is enabled properly and is in headless mode as expected.
  • iGPU device properties are also present in IOReg.
  • iGPU will not appear in System Information --> Graphics/Displays. It should, however, appear in System Information --> PCI. If it does not appear there, please try a cold boot.
On the Vision G:
  • I am still trying to understand what the issue is with on-board audio on Vision G. Please try commenting-out the device-id line by changing it to #device-id. Refer to the first screenshot where device-id is set to 709D0000. Placing a hash mark in front of the property name has the effect of deactivating it.
Hi Casey,

Thanks for responding. Sorry for the late response, but I have been away from my computer for a few days and just getting back now. I will try these suggestions as well as some of the other suggestions by other users on my son's vision G.

And, yes, this is where I was referring to when I said that it does not show up in system Information......sorry for misleading you. I have included a photo of my properties showing it is not listed there. I even tried OpenCore 074, 075, and 076; none of them show it in PCI properties. I have restarted multiple times with no luck. Not sure why it is not listed anymore.

Again, thanks for all of your help as well as all the other users here.

Wayne
 

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I just updated to Open core 0.7.6. Everything is working fine thanks to @CaseySJ. However, the two USB ports right next to the thunderbolt ports are not working. Does anyone know how to fix it? Let me know, and thanks!
 

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I just updated to Open core 0.7.6. Everything is working fine thanks to @CaseySJ. However, the two USB ports right next to the thunderbolt ports are not working. Does anyone know how to fix it? Let me know, and thanks!
If you’re using the 15-port USB SSDT, then USB 2.0 devices will not connect to those ports, but USB 3.0 devices will be okay.
 
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Please post screenshots of:
  • OpenCore Configurator —> ACPI
  • OpenCore Configurator —> Kernel
Widen the window so we can see all columns. Also remember that you can run OpenCore Configurator and compare the settings between 0.7.5 config.plist and 0.7.6 config.plist.
 

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If you’re using the 15-port USB SSDT, then USB 2.0 devices will not connect to those ports, but USB 3.0 devices will be okay.
Can you elaborate on the 15-port USB SSDT part? I don't know anything about the 15-port USB SSDT, I just used your 0.7.6 EFI files and hope it will work. Do you have any specific guide on that? Thanks!
 

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Can you elaborate on the 15-port USB SSDT part? I don't know anything about the 15-port USB SSDT, I just used your 0.7.6 EFI files and hope it will work. Do you have any specific guide on that? Thanks!
 
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I believe I have solved my issue of USB drives disconnecting during sleep: The issue seemed to pop up after a RAM upgrade (went from 32GB of 2400MHz ram to 64GB of 3200MHz ram), and it seems that downclocking the RAM to 2666MHz has solved the issue.
 
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I believe I have solved my issue of USB drives disconnecting during sleep: The issue seemed to pop up after a RAM upgrade (went from 32GB of 2400MHz ram to 64GB of 3200MHz ram), and it seems that downclocking the RAM to 2666MHz has solved the issue.
Good to hear! I'll have to try this, especially after reading up on this thread as well:


I haven't been able to get my system to sleep without USB drives disconnecting (using jettison fixes this) and panic after wake. Sleep has been low on my list since I overclock my i9-10850k and I'm pretty basic with it (meaning I'm sure it's not the MOST stable), so I've just assumed that the OC is my problem. Graphics is stock, RAM is XMP Profile1

I have 128GB @ 3200MHz, I'm sure dropping to 2666MHz will not be noticed. I'll let ya'll know if it works in a day or so when I am able.
 
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