- Mar 18, 2017
- ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme
- 2 X VEGA 56
- Mobile Phone
Haven't had a chance to update my X299USB.kext with USB-C. I'll be getting a USB-C device soon so will keep this updated.
Broadcom BT module has to be 255 or else you will have issues. macOS needs to see it as an "onboard" device because you are using PCIID_Broadcom.kext to fake the card (wifi portion) to be an AirPort card. I had issues when it was set to 0 instead of 255 (for BT) since it uses USB and not PCIe like the Wifi portion of the card..
Did you take a look at my latest X299USB.kext? Even though it's for Designare EX (based on DSM2's original file) it should show how to match ports properly.
Basically what I did was get USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 device and one by one went with USB 3.0 and checked which port is what then went again with USB 2.0 device to make HS and SSP properly match the ports.
The only things I have left to perfect/test is USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 (Good thing Designare EX has it on board).
I just don't have USB-C and TB3 devices in possession at the moment.
Well, I found the problem: I was using the LG 5K Ultrafine via my dual-port TB3 card. I tried switching to my LG 32" 4K display, and then it worked fine --- no more black screen.It's definitely not the GPU. You need to thin out your EFI. Remove all SSDT and DSDT if they're there. Remove all the kexts except fakeSMC, TSC sync and your network kext.
Remove all of the stuff in clover except npci is 0x2000 and verbose boot.
Remove your windows hard drive if you have one.
Make sure your bios is set as per this guide.
Try another USB port. Try all of them. Actually do this first. Quite often some of the USB ports crap out at some point in the boot sequence if you're running the wrong USB kext.
Good luck in your quest.
Why you did that ? If you ask me I would just unmount the plastic cover and thats it.
I never would lose the warranty that kind but unfortunately its not my beer.
None of those links work for me.
All I care about is if the broadcom card use a M.2 connector.
Try the Vega5KFixup kext that is linked to in the first post. That should fix it for you...Well, I found the problem: I was using the LG 5K Ultrafine via my dual-port TB3 card. I tried switching to my LG 32" 4K display, and then it worked fine --- no more black screen.
Try the Vega5KFixup kext that is linked to in the first post. That should fix it for you...
you won't get 5K resolution with this TB3 card, 2560x1440 max...
So, interestingly, when I had set the HS entry where the broadcom BT card appears (HS14) with the UsbConnector value of 255, it had worked superbly on first reboot (all my BT devices reconnected automatically). However, this is no longer the case: while the BT card is seen, it can't see any devices and no devices can see the mac either.
When I set it to 0, other devices can see the mac, but the mac can't see anything (though I can pair the mac just fine)...
With no kext at all, it works perfectly (can see BT devices on the mac, and the devices can see the mac).
This is the Info.plist I use for the ASRock Gaming Professional
<dict> <key>Comment</key> <string>USB Port Limit Patch ©PMHeart</string> <key>Disabled</key> <false/> <key>Find</key> <data>g32UDw+DlwQAAA==</data> <key>InfoPlistPatch</key> <false/> <key>Name</key> <string>AppleUSBXHCI</string> <key>Replace</key> <data>g32UGpCQkJCQkA==</data> </dict>