- Nov 11, 2018
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
- RX 580
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- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I know, easy come easy go!Now I'm back to the normal out of lucky state. hahahahaha!
Just to confirm: Did you click the pop-up menu in SMBIOS and select iMac19,1? The config.plist in the ZIP is unfinished or incomplete. We have to populate the SMBIOS section before using it.No deal, still hangs in the same spot. My first try, just copying config.plist, didn't work, I got a message saying "This version of Mac OS X is not supported on this platform", then I installed the Vega64 back, booted my backup and pasted everything from the Catalina Fresh Install.zip. Installed the 5700 XT back and then it went through and stopped at the same spot as before.
Thanks for the link; going through this thread now...Tried with the iGPU off in the BIOS, no deal also.
I found this topic that it seems to be the same problem, after reading more than 20 pages it seens that they found a bootable config.plist but they don't mention what made it work, it is in the post #203.
I had to leave mine as iMacPro for it to keep the decoder supported - as soon as i switched to imac19,1 - which is my processor equivalent, it said decoder failed. Ok thanks.www.tonymacx86.com
Yes, 19,1 then checked trust, copied the values on the page and pasted in the Rt section.Just to confirm: Did you click the pop-up menu in SMBIOS and select iMac19,1? The config.plist in the ZIP is unfinished or incomplete. We have to populate the SMBIOS section before using it.
My in-place upgrade from Mojave to Catalina has been wonderfully solid. If you're experiencing random beach balls you may try:I recently updated my Mojave installation to Catalina. I did all the recommended steps (update clover, whatever green, lilu etc) and had no problems with the update.
Until I started using macOS. I get beach balls all the time and applications fail to load. It's random and I can't tell what the problem is. Anybody else having similar issues?
I never had any issues with Mojave and my setup is basically identical to what the Casey has. The computer model back then was Mac mini and I haven't change that or anything else.
Here is the new
@CaseySJ Thank you. Here is the new SSDTIf you are creating a new USB SSDT, simply post the finished version and I'll add USBX into it.