- Aug 16, 2020
- i7 10700k
- Radeon Sapphire RX580 8gb
Thanks, I thought so too until I just restarted my computer and I am having the same issues now in Catalina only with the Apogee.Kudos for dong a fresh (or test?) install of Monterey on a new SSD. Obviously this means you can easily go back to the previous version.
I have been comparing EFI and noticed that my EFI for some reason is now 0.8.2 for Catalina as well. It also has appeared to change my mac from a 19,1 to 20,1. I was following Dortania's guide and went with the 20,1 not thinking that it would have an impact on my current build? That's where my lack of experience and understanding comes in.
Part of what happened is that it has changed my iMac serial number because I went for a 20,1 in the new build. This has impacted my old OC0.5.9. It all works fine apart from the Apogee?
The Apollo and Apogee drivers are up to date, I am unable to do a firmware update on the Apogee due to it not connecting? Both companies support Monterey.
I downloaded the IOService and mine looks way more complicated, see below. I also don't appear to have Apple VTD in mine.
In Monterey some of the ports appeared to be unavailable -Regarding USB ports -- which is a different topic from Apollo/Apogee -- some questions:
- When you say additional ports on the top of my chassis don't appear to be working, are you referring to USB 3.0 (blue) ports or USB Type C ports?
- What is the make/model of your chassis?
- Were you, by chance, using a modified version of the USB port map SSDT? In other words, if you boot Catalinawith your latest EFI folder, do those USB ports still work?
- Or those USB ports only work if you boot Catalina with the older EFI folder that is located on the Catalina SSD?
I have a Corsair Carbide 678C but the USB/Thunderbolt recognition could very well be related to the fact I am missing something in the above like the Apple VTD?