Anyone else notice that on opencore 0.6.3 running macOS 11 Big Sur with the audio jack input aka (green) on the z390 designare i/o panel audio layout 11 isn’t working properly? I switched from aclid=11 to aclid=16 which then worked but the internal speakers changed back to headphones. Any thoughts on different audio layouts for z390 onboard aka (green) audio jack input layout fix. I’m using in open core the latest applealc kext which worked fine on clover macOS 10.15.7
Thank you for your response,The problem you describe is not caused by Carbon Copy Cloner so they are not responsible.
- Which version of macOS are you running?
- Have you tried the latest version of EFIClone script? Please see the "Easy Bootable Backup" mini-guide (link can be found in Quick Reference spoiler in Post 1).
- I would strongly suggest making a clone of the system without invoking the script. Then manually mount the EFI partitions of the source and backup drives, and manually copy the EFI folder across.
- Now set this backup drive aside and find/purchase a new backup drive.
- Then test the latest EFIClone script on the new backup drive. The previous backup drive is your safety net.
Thx Casey.It is possible that SSDT-GPRW is not enabled.
After switching to OpenCore 0.6.3, did you enable both the SSDT and the ACPI patch?
If not, it's easy to make the changes again as described here:
Namely:https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/success-gigabyte-designare-z390-thunderbolt-3-i7-9700k-amd-rx-580.267551/post-2080585 @CaseySJ so I'm going to take the plunge and flash my chip on the designare z390, however I noticed with the supplemental guide you posted you removed pin 8 from the SOIC8...www.tonymacx86.com
- Download and copy SSDT-GPRW into the OpenCore OC/ACPI folder
- Add an entry for it using OpenCore Configurator --> ACPI --> "+" button
- When that is done, then select the OpenCore Configurator --> ACPI --> Patchsection and add this entry:
- Table Signature: DSDT
- Find: 4750525702
- Replace: 5850525702
- Comment: change Method(GPRW,2,N) to XPRW, pair with SSDT-GPRW.aml
- Count: 0
- Limit: 0
- Skip: 0
- Enabled: Check ON
I have fixed the issue by formatting boot disk and restoring it from Catalina recovery. It seems that Catalina can't boot from Big Sur APFS layout...** REMINDER **
Please make a bootable backup of Catalina before upgrading to Big Sur
Time Machine is not a bootable backup