- Jul 23, 2014
- GA-Z270X-Gaming 7 Aorus
- i7 7700K
- HD 630
- Mobile Phone
I'm looking to get a PCIe adapter for a macbook air wifi+bluetooth card and install it in the HP 800 G2 (running Ubuntu...I haven't got around to trying hackintosh yet!). I understand that for bluetooth I'll need to connect the adapter to a usb header on the motherboard, and I thought of using the SD card header as you have done, but it sounds like it won't work? Does "FIXED" mean you managed to fix it, and if so how?
@ipmungam For Hackintosh then yes, Ubuntu I have no idea. Yes fixed means it works from the SD Card header. I don't use my ED 800 G2 TWR anymore as I upgraded to a 800 G3 mini and coverted the G2 TWR into a NAS (loads of room for drives with some case mods). What makes you think it won't work? If memory serves, you have to enable the SD Card within the bios then using Hackintool map your USB ports correctly and install the USBPorts.kext to L\E\ and the generated SSDT-EC.aml to EFI\Clover\ACPI\Patched.
I'd follow the guide (in Hackintool, select the USB tab then select the I at the bottom) in order to map the USB ports correctly as its more involved than just generating the necessary files
I believe I have an EFI that should work fine for the G2 Tower if you'd like to try it. It should be updated to work with Catalina also