- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
Thanks as always RehabMan for the clear instructions. I had been running my Skull Canyon NUC with macOS 10.12.6 and just upgraded to Mojave 10.14.0.
I have a Samsung PM961 NVMe boot drive, which required the HackrNVMeFamily.kext in 10.12.6. 10.14 supports the PM961 natively. My NUC failed to boot after upgrading and reported a conflict with the Apple NVMe driver in verbose mode, but I removed the HackrNVMeFamily.kext (by booting the installer and using the Terminal), and now Mojave boots from NVMe. This might be worth adding to the HOWTO.
Sounds like you were using HackrNVMeFamily without using the class-code spoof.
It is covered in detail HackrNVMeFamily, which is indirectly linked by post #1 here.
So... nothing to do on that front.
My monitor is a 4K ASUS PB287Q, and it works over DP as before including scaled HiDPI resolutions. In 10.12.6, turning the monitor off and back on would make macOS hang or reboot, but in 10.14 that seems to be fixed, so three cheers!
No audio over DP (as was the case in 10.12.6), but I haven’t spent any time on that yet and intend to investigate further.
Audio via DP working just fine here on my NUCi7KYK, attached to Dell U3011.