NVRAM --> Add --> csr-active-config --> 00000000 (SIP Enabled for System Integrity Protection)
I am currently unable to load new config.plist files to CopyConfig in Hackindrom website. Clicking the Browse... button opens the file selection dialog, but when a config file is selected, the dialog immediately closes.
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UPDATE: I was able to upload files from a different Hackintosh. The failed attempt mentioned above was from my Z390 Designare test bench with Safari and Firefox.
Hello @mobi,Hi Casey,
After updating O.C. 0.6.7, first boot and got little scared, my FW audio card was not working. Then I noticed that SIP was on by default (needs to have SIP disable cause drivers are old).
Upgraded OpenCore to v0.6.7 release, and copied the EFI folder to the Big Sur EFI volume, and now both drives can boot into either OS.
We can use a USB splitter to add more internal USB 2 ports. May require changes to USB SSDT, however.The only outstanding issues/untested items for my setup are:
-front of case has 2 USB2 ports, which were originally hooked up to the motherboard, but were disconnected so the Fenvi card could be plugged in there. Probably will leave it like this, as there are two USB3 plugs right there as well that do work
On Hackintosh we generally have all the ports we need. No dongle mess!-Thunderbolt ports are untested for Thunderbolt support. They work with a USB memory stick I have, but I only have a TB1 Caldigit dock, I don't have adapter cable/cables to hook it up, and it sounds like it needs a TB2/3 dock between it and the computer for it to work, and the computer has all the ports that the dock provides (which I use with my '13 MacbookPro 15" Retina computer)
This is fairly common. I expect the OpenCore team to make this more robust across different connector types. The console resolution setting in config.plist is flaky at the moment.-booting up, with the monitor connected via DisplayPort, it boots up a lower resolution mode (about 1280x800), and only switches to the native 2560x1440 mode midway through booting of Mojave/Big Sur. I tried setting the resolution in the config UEFI output panel, but it didn't make a difference. Also updated the monitor firmware to the latest version. When connected via HDMI, it boots up using the native resolution for the OpenCore OS selection screen, but I was getting some screen flashing like there was a poor cable connection. I'll probably go back to using a HDMI connection and see if I can figure out the problem there...
I see that there's a FW50 version of the firmware posted on March 3, 2021. But the firmware we modified weeks ago is also NVM50. If someone with a GC-Titan Ridge V2 can install the March 3rd update and subsequently extract the firmware, I can certainly take a closer look.