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

Feartech

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@CaseySJ any suggestions on this image? I ran OCValidator and this one small error popped up and is related to the pci device properties tab.

"Original path: PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1C,0x1)/Pci(0x0, 0x0)
Path after internal conversion: PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1C,0x1)/Pci(0x0,0x0)
DeviceProperties->Add[0]->DevicePath is borked! Please check the information above!
CheckDeviceProperties returns 1 error!
Found 1 issue requiring attention."
upload your config.plist
 

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@CaseySJ any suggestions on this image? I ran OCValidator and this one small error popped up and is related to the pci device properties tab.

"Original path: PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1C,0x1)/Pci(0x0, 0x0)
Path after internal conversion: PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1C,0x1)/Pci(0x0,0x0)
DeviceProperties->Add[0]->DevicePath is borked! Please check the information above!
CheckDeviceProperties returns 1 error!
Found 1 issue requiring attention."
There cannot be any spaces in the PCI path. See that space near the end of this path?

PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1C,0x1)/Pci(0x0, 0x0)

We need to remove it so it looks like this:

PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1C,0x1)/Pci(0x0,0x0)
 
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Two suggestions:
  • First try a cold boot (shutdown then flip power switch on PSU to OFF for 10 seconds; turn back on and boot macOS).
  • If problem persists, perform a CMOS Reset by following procedure in the Gigabyte manual. It will be necessary to configure all BIOS parameters afterwards, starting with F7 (Load Optimized Defaults).

Thank you very mush CaseySJ , I will try your suggestion and I will let you know the results. because gigabyte mentioned what's in the screenshot below on their website about the new Bios F21 :

Screen Shot 2022-02-01 at 8.09.29 PM.png
 
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I will be really appreciated, Question: What BIOS version do you have on your system ?
Here's my Config.plist with my serial #'s scrubbed.

It's a slightly tweaked copy of CasySJ's.

Really I just have my iGPU in Headless mode (not sure why everybody doesn't).. Then removed boot argument "agdpmod=pikera" for my Vega 64 and then disabled AppleVTD so OC would dual boot w/ Windows 11 and OSX.

Good Luck
 

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CaseySJ

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I got my Fenvi card today. And it doesn't work reliably. How can I be sure everything is set up for my new card?
We should:
  • Disable USB port HS14 because that is for Intel Bluetooth. Simply use the standard USB SSDT in ACPI section of config.plist and disable the current one.
  • Disable all OpenIntelWireless kexts from Kernel section of config.plist.
  • Ensure that USB cable is connected from Fenvi card to USB 2.0 internal header on motherboard.
  • Reboot, then Reset NVRAM in OpenCore Boot Picker (press spacebar to show that option).
  • Now boot into macOS (and set Startup Disk from System Preferences to the macOS disk).
  • Check Bluetooth again.
 
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Two suggestions:
  • First try a cold boot (shutdown then flip power switch on PSU to OFF for 10 seconds; turn back on and boot macOS).
  • If problem persists, perform a CMOS Reset by following procedure in the Gigabyte manual. It will be necessary to configure all BIOS parameters afterwards, starting with F7 (Load Optimized Defaults).

Hi CaseySJ:

I have tried these suggestions without success.
Now is only solution is to find away to downgrade to bios F20, Because this issues is only on the new Bios F21
 

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Hi CaseySJ:

I have tried these suggestions without success.
Now is only solution is to find away to downgrade to bios F20, Because this issues is only on the new Bios F21
Some more comments:
  • How many GPUs are installed in the PCIe slots? Only 1? Or do you have another GPU (like Nvidia)?
  • Can you post a screenshot of "About this Mac" (but hide the serial number), like this:
    • CMD-Shift-5 will put you in Capture Mode, then click in the window. Image will be saved to Desktop. Then select the file and press Spacebar (Quick Look) and click the "pencil" icon as shown. Then draw a solid box on the Serial Number.
Screen Shot 2022-02-03 at 10.51.58 AM.png

  • Also download and run IORegistryExplorer (click here to download), then scroll (not 'search') for PEG1 and post another screenshot, like this:
Screen Shot 2022-02-03 at 10.55.32 AM.png
 
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So a new problem has come up with my brand new hack build. I've been testing wake/sleep for a couple weeks before doing a full migration to this new build. Has been working fine. However, in the last day and with no other OS updates or changes, all of a sudden my Bluetooth keyboard and mouse will no longer wake or be recognized by my Hack once it wakes up. I have to plug in a USB keyboard and mouse to use it. Once I log in I can go to Bluetooth and after a minute or so the Bluetooth panel will populate with my devices. Total drag to have to plug in keyboard/mouse just to use the machine before Bluetooth 'wakes up'. Running the Fenvi-T919 card and it was working just fine until the last day or so. Weird problem. Anyone else seeing this issue? Workaround or fix? Running 12.2 btw.
 
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We should:
  • Disable USB port HS14 because that is for Intel Bluetooth. Simply use the standard USB SSDT in ACPI section of config.plist and disable the current one.
  • Disable all OpenIntelWireless kexts from Kernel section of config.plist.
  • Ensure that USB cable is connected from Fenvi card to USB 2.0 internal header on motherboard.
  • Reboot, then Reset NVRAM in OpenCore Boot Picker (press spacebar to show that option).
  • Now boot into macOS (and set Startup Disk from System Preferences to the macOS disk).
  • Check Bluetooth again.
@CaseySJ Thinking this might be related to my new problem - see above - as well. I don't have the OpenIntel kexts in my Kernel section. And my card is connected properly given it was working just fine. Wondering if the HS14 is the issue. But I don't understand your advice here. I used Hackindrom for my MB and it has all three of the UAIC v1, 2, and 3 SSDTs. I also have USBW. What should be enabled or disabled for Bluetooth? And if HS14 is supposed to be disabled then how do you do that exactly? Thanks.
 
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