- Mar 30, 2020
- Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Got it working. All good now. Thank you!
@Robbish My network devices are Bluetoodh Pan = en0, Lan = en1. How can I change the order? (I don't have wifi - my intel card is not supported).TIP: Do Not sign into your Apple ID (iServices) until you have created and validated a compatible macOS Big Sur SMBIOS and your Network devices are configured in the correct order e.g, Lan = en0, Wifi = en1, Bluetooth = en2
- To reset your network, use this guide;@Robbish My network devices are Bluetoodh Pan = en0, Lan = en1. How can I change the order? (I don't have wifi - my intel card is not supported).
Also, do you know why my Atheros AR8151 onboard Ethernet wouldn't be working with the AtherosE2200Ethernet kext? Only the onboard Intel works with IntelMausi. Not a big deal, just curious.
Lastly, would you know if it's possible to upgrade this install to Monterey using SMBIOS iMacpro1,1? Software Update is telling me M
Your EFI is missing an Ethernet kext.. Almost Everything worked OOB by following this guide, even the USB Ports did not have to be reconfigured, front and back are working flawlessly, BUT WE DID NOT MANAGE TO GET THE INTERNET WORKING AT ALL, neither the onboard Ethernet nor the BCM94360CD (which should work OOB)...
Very nice guide, have any of you tried booting the system with an NVMe SSD m.2 ???
I have managed to boot WINDOWS 11 AND macOS on the same NVMe drive, performance is way better than SATA, specially on this older motherboards.
After many trials and errors, it's done.
EVGA H55-V mobo (CIRCA 2010 2011) OVER 10 YEARS OLD
1156 Socket CPU i7 (GEN 1 ? GEN 0 ? )
BIOS ONLY """" NO EUFI"" """ NO NVME BOOT SUPPORT OF ANY KIND)
DISK FORMATTED TO GPT (even though no UEFI support)
AMD RX 570
Booting with a EUFI capable motherboard should be a lot easier (NO NVMe SOCKET OR BOOT SUPPORT and NO MOD BIOS )
should be required
ONLY AN ADAPTER AND A FEW FILES
So far my testing was on Clover bootloader but should be a similar process if not easier on OpenCore
I will test OpenCore in the next days
You should really try it
Hi @Westsurf, I should have done my research firstly before mentioning adding an NVMe drive. Shortly after I posted that suggestion to wooolooo, I later discovered everything you mentioned so yesterday, I modded my own BIOS so it now has the inserted NvmExpressDxe_4.ffs file in there. I'm now waiting for my PCie - Nvme adapter to arrive. I have yet to purchase a NVMe drive to test it.
I used Windows to do it with this guide
P.S. The UEFITool for Mac available on GitHub (the LongSoft and the A58 LongSoft vit9696 version) did not allow me to insert files into my BIOS, it was only read only and extract only so I used UEFITool within the tools from here
Congrats @tanguy_k on your GitHub writeup. Your setup is a better spec than mine was and I'm impressed that you have Monterey on it. I no longer have the GA-Z77-DS3H anymore.Hi,
I have a Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H rev1.1 motherboard with:
- Intel Core i7 3770
- Sapphire NITRO+ RX 580 8G G5
- 802.11ac WiFi card Broadcom BCM94360CD
- SSD Crucial MX500
Everything is here https://github.com/tkrotoff/Gigabyte-GA-Z77-DS3H-rev1.1-Hackintosh including EFI/OC/config.plist (with comments), EFI/OC/Kexts/USBMap.kext, EFI/OC/ACPI/SSDT-PM.aml...
Works with OpenCore 0.8.6 + Monterey 12.6.1
Cool.. though that's probably because you have the later Rev1.1 version of this motherboard and external Gfx so differs from my Rev 1.0 version mobo.Some remarks:
- Audio layout 12 is better
Trim is necessary when using a Third Party SSD like ours regardless of what file system is used.- I don't think trim should be enabled, APFS is designed for SSD
I did try the CorpNewt method but Hackintool was a lot easier for me to get to grips with + the GUI is very helpful. I do use a lot of the other Utilities in Hackintool, it's an indispensable tool for me so BigUp Headkaze and CorpNewt for their amazing tools.
I certainly didn't need it before Big Sur though doesn't hurt to keep it in the ACPI- I don't think there is the need for SSDT-EC.aml
I missed that one. Prior to using OpenCore, I used Clover with a DSDT that patched everything including Renames however in the earlier OpenCore guides of the day, I think the advise was to remove DSDTs and ditch the Renames.- You have to rename EHC1 to EH01 + EHC2 to EH02 according to https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore...eparation.html#checking-what-renames-you-need