- Mar 31, 2011
- Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H-F11a
- i5-3570K OC @ 4.2GHz
- HD 4000
- Mobile Phone
With OpenCore, adding a kext in the right folder is not enough, you need to declare it in config.plist/Kernel/Add section. You should read Dortania's OC guide...
that's right, sorry I didn't mention that in my reply earlier because I thought that wooolooo followed my build guide for his own system and thus would have declared the kext in his config.plist already so thanks @pit512
@wooolooo , when adding new kext to your OpenCore EFI, do this ;
- Open your config.plist with ProperTree
- select CMD+R. This function is called OC Snapshot
OC Snap shot will prompt you point to your EFI > OC location so do that and hit the Choose button.
This will declare your kext in your config.plist and set all the paths etc., for you.
- Save and Exit ProperTree.