- Oct 22, 2013
- DELL T3600
- Xeon E5-1650
- NVIDIA QUADRO 2000
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- Mobile Phone
Wait, Does thunderbolt work on this? Looking to use a UA Apollo via thunderbolt.
I have tested the USB-C/Thunderbolt port only in limited scenarios:Wait, Does thunderbolt work on this? Looking to use a UA Apollo via thunderbolt.
Not tested/not working
The following features have issues, or have not been tested:
- internal USB headers
In theory, this unit has two internal USB headers. I did not test them, and as a result, the custom USB configuration in SSDT-USB.dsl does not have them enabled. If you enable them and discover the port numbers, please contribute and I will add the ports to the SSDT. You can boot with -uia_ignore_rmcf to cause USBInjectAll.kext to disregard the custom configuration data in the SSDT (which enables all ports).
No need for CPU-Z.I am still working on the set-up, but have the internal USB headers working on linux and windows. I'll dump the cpu-z here in case that can get you the port numbers in a format you're looking for. I am brand new to this. If unhelpful, I can get them when I get the rig up in osx.
Your HackrNVMeFamily is wrong... you forgot to use the --spoof flag.I apologize if I should be over at nvme-spoof thread, but since these machines should be very similar, I'm here.
I followed the guide and can get it working on an internal SSD, but I'm having trouble with the nvme.
I have a BPX MyDigitalSSD NVMe PCIe 3.0 MDNVME80-BPX-0312. NUC7i3bnh.
I have tried tons of stuff, but at the core, am adding only:
config_install_nuc7.plist --> EFI/CLOVER/config.plist //with name-change
SSDT_NVMe-Pcc.aml --> EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/
and the kexts:
// all kexts to Other
// Internet is working.
And the HFSPlus.efi --> EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI
My Windows Boot gave me PCI Paths..
Changing the RP13 to RP09 (in both appearances) didn't work, so I tried naming it etc (fail).
Modifying as told, adding SSDT_NVMe-Pcc.aml to .../patched
Did not modify
Should I be changing something in the config.plist file as well? The directions are extremely verbose with loops and I'm having trouble understanding them.
I do have USB's attached and enabled (bios) at the headers. Not sure if that is an issue. Ubuntu (currently on the nvme drive) works fine, and whilst Clover can see the nvme, OSX cannot (and thus cannot install osx).