- Aug 17, 2019
- Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Xtreme
- RX 5700 XT
Instead of overwriting the macOS disk temporarily with Windows, do you have a spare SATA SSD -- even a 96GB or 128GB SATA SSD? These devices should be about US$20 through Amazon and Newegg.
- I have a gallery of screenshots that can help perform the WireShark capture.
- After saving the capture file to disk and uploading here, I can modify the liquidctl driver.
- As of now, liquidctl works best for devices that are managed over USB instead of SMBus. Whereas Thermaltake Riing Plus may be controllable (just need to see if there's a Windows or macOS app for that), Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro will be more difficult.
- Regarding the video playback issue (shikigva=80), if you still have the CLOVER EFI folder, please try one more time to boot from it and re-verify that Prime Video and other services still play in Safari.
- The problem may be with the latest version of WhateverGreen.
- OpenCore folder has new version, but your CLOVER folder probably has an earlier version.
- Earlier version breaks on-board HDMI, but if all of your video services work, then keep the older version.
Ok, so I have just purchased a 128gb Sata SSD. Hopefully it arrives within a week or so. I will let you know once I have received it. If I am to install Windows onto that, would I need to remove my MacOS NVMe SSD. Its currently located in the slot closest to the CPU. I would love to capture some traffic for my Thermaltake Riing Plus fans too. Yes there is software for them called TT RGB Plus.
In regards to my Video Playback issue. Yes I kept a copy of my Clover EFI folder just before I migrated to OC. Can I simply copy that across to my bootable USB that I had created for OC and replace the OC EFI folder with the Clover EFI folder? I am curious to see if I have the same issue under Clover. I did notice however, I was running the most up to date WhateverGreen on Clover too (1.4.1) I usually keep my kexts up to date. I remember having Stan and Amazon Prime working on Safari at some stage but as I don't watch them that often, I cannot recall what version of WhateverGreen I may have been using at the time.