- Jun 20, 2019
- Gigabyte Designare Z390
- Vega 56
Hey there!The Cinema Display's built-in USB hub is also a USB device that should be disconnected. Please connect keyboard and mouse directly into the rear USB 2.0 ports to rule out the hub.
Does someone want to attempt this as a homework assignment? I can do it in a couple of days after returning from vacation. If you don’t get an answer by Monday, please remind me.Hey there!
Thank you for your assistance!
I am still waiting for an alternative USB3 card to arrive in the mail and will report back soon!
By the way:
Would it be possible to modify the „Disabling a GPU in PCIe Slot 2“ file from the first page to exclude the third x16 PCI-e slot instead of the second one?
I would be very thankful if somebody modified it!
A CR-what?? I was about to throw a heap of sarcasm your way until I remembered I have a bunch of vacuum tubes in my preamplifier. And two turntables.By the way 2: I am currently evaluating the use of an EVGA nVidia Geforce GTX 780 CLASSIFIED graphics card in this machine. Worked out of the box on 10.14.5, including sleep and HDCP. Finally CRT resolutions via DVI-to-VGA at 100+Hz... I love my Sony Trinitron.
You may be able to skip MultiBeast and proceed as follows:
Reboot and see if you can boot directly into High Sierra without the USB disk.
- Mount EFI partition of High Sierra SSD.
- Mount EFI partition of USB Install Disk.
- Copy EFI folder from EFI partition of USB to EFI partition of High Sierra SSD.
- Unmount the EFI partition of USB install disk and eject the USB install disk completely.
- Open the EFI folder of the High Sierra SSD in Finder.
- Add the following to EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other:
If so, check:
Make a list of any problems and let us know.
- Bluetooth (if you have BT card)
- WiFi (if you have WiFi)
- USB ports -- try connecting some USB flash drives
- FaceTime, Messages (requires WiFi/BT)
- Sleep, Wake
- Reboot, Shutdown
Hey! Don‘t worry. It is not urgent or anything. You deserve a vacation more than anyone. Take your time!Does someone want to attempt this as a homework assignment? I can do it in a couple of days after returning from vacation. If you don’t get an answer by Monday, please remind me.
A CR-what?? I was about to throw a heap of sarcasm your way until I remembered I have a bunch of vacuum tubes in my preamplifier. And two turntables.
NVMe SSD-970 EVO Plus Firmware
Actually, it works with 10.14.6, FakeSMC, and the latest Clover release (5028) too!Well if you want to give it a try use this. I have a sample efi there. Having zero panics on shutdown and startup.
Hi @CaseySJ, I'm having a very annoying issue: After removing Aptio...free-2000.efi from CLOVER folder and replacing it with AptioMemoryFix-64.efi and changing my SMBIOS to iMacPro1,1 I was able to boot into the OS but afterwards I am experiencing kernel panics every time I reboot or shutdown...www.tonymacx86.com
What seems to make it work is the VirtualSMC instead of the FakeSMC.
EDIT: Upgraded to 10.14.6 and no issues.
This is going to sound very counter-intuitive, but if the only Thunderbolt device you have at the moment is the LG 5K Thunderbolt Display, then please try the following:
Reboot. Any change in behavior?
- Mount EFI partition of Mojave SSD and temporarily delete or move-out the file:
- BIOS --> Enable CSM Support
- Does screen go black and stay black?
- Can you hot-plug the LG 5K?
Okay, let’s undo both of the changes. Those changes help with eGPUs in external Thunderbolt chassis, but apparently do not help with 5K dGPU connections.Now the screen goes black and stays black no matter how many tries. It also made the resolution for clover and macOS boot weird. I still cannot hot-plug the LG 5K. The other thunderbolt device I have is an Apollo Twin MkI via TB2 adaptor. Before changing these settings you had me test, I was able to hot-plug the Apollo Twin no problem. The LG 5K was the only issue. Now it doesnt even read the Apollo Twin at all, either.