- May 29, 2013
- Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming
- i9-9900K OC'd @ 5.0GHz
- Radeon VII
- Classic Mac
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- Mobile Phone
Yes. It's /EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/.
It doesn't show up, I'm on the latest BIOS update.Parallel Port > Disabled
I have two of the 8300 CMTs -- one did not come with a parallel port on the back and for that one the parallel port was not available to disable in BIOS...so I'd guess that's why yours is this way too. I don't think it has any impact on the issue you're experiencing.I don't know why your 8300 doesn't have the parallel option in BIOS...
Awesome congrats on getting it going. Yeah 30 boots sounds about right for me...I learn a little each time. Soon I'll be able to spell 'kext' ... hahah.Edit: I couldn't snag that GTX750 Used. Now, there're QuadroFX 4500, Radeon HD 5770 and ATI FireGL 7200 used going for $10 each.
Also, GT 730 new off Amazon. Is there a difference between 64bit, and 128bit versions?
How's the GT 610, P400, or should I stick with HD4000?
Could you explain what this does and why it is required? I followed your guide and USB ports seem to be working although I am having issues pulling files from an encrypted USB disk. It opens ok after the password is entered, but accessing data for >5 minutes and the drive ejects without being asked to. I will try this and see if it helps, but at the moment don't understand what it is doing (and that same USB port and cable works fine with an unencrypted drive).Yes. You are right. I'll make the edit today.