No because we've all been using previous versions of CCC for months. I really hope you can recover from this data loss. Without having a detailed breakdown of the steps that were taken, it's going to be difficult to pin down the cause.I think that I use a previous version of CCC. Maybe the problem?
Awesome, thank you for sharing!
Hang on, still testing.. so might need a few more updatesAwesome, thank you for sharing!
EDIT: Just saw the updated post. Nicely done!
As @trs96 pointed out, your USB 3.x Super Speed (SS) ports are missing.
Insert a USB 3 flash disk or other device into each of the non-black USB ports (blue, red, yellow) and you'll find them.
- Do you have the NZXT H510i or the non-RGB H510?
Nice work RPH. Glad to see you're taking CaseySJ's graduate level hackintosh course. You've chosen a really great teacher.Hang on, still testing.. so might need a few more updates
One more small change. HS13 "UsbConnector" value of 0xFF (255 in decimal) because it's an internal USB 2 header. Casey uses Zero for his internal USB headers. That is another option you could use.My patched folder now only has one SSDT
trs96 Sir, thank you for pointing that out. I didn't change the types in USBMap tool, actually didn't even bother to look closely. I think I've got it fixed now. Updated the file above.
I referenced your config with mine and the documentation.Hi,
Here is my EFI with 0.5.1.
I don't useUSBInjectAll, I've made an injector kext for USB mapping for my own configuration and needs. However, I've changed that, and added USBinjectall in this folder. I've also removed some of the kexts I used, such as Virtual SMC plugin kexts, and AGPMInjector for my graphics card in accordance to the SMBIOS profile I've used.
In case you want to add more kexts, or remove kexts, disable/enable, I suggest you read the documentations for that.
The SMBIOS System Profile is for iMac 1,1. You might want to change it.
I've turned off "Show Picker", in this case, the boot picker won't be accessible, and it will boot "instantly"*, without you choosing the drive. With the boot policy of 983299 (APFS). If you want to change this, then I suggest you read the documentations. I would suggest you to read the documentations either way, regardless.
[NVRAM]: I don't get NVRAM issues at all. But many people do with Z390. Especially with OpenCore. In this case, I haven't added any NVRAM emulation solution. And if this is needed, then I would refer you to the documentations.
I suggest you keep your clover, and test this on another drive.
**OpenCore is at its beta stages, and is only recommended for advanced users. Users who're willing to spend some time to read the OpenCore documentations and to test OpenCore. Whilst it won't really break your system to try it, use it at your own risk.**
To be honest, I always feel guilty posting my EFI folder. I strongly stand by an individual learning experience. I support guide-makers and their guides. I believe a person should know how their computer is running their OS, especially when they are doing something such as hackintoshing. Usually people would add and replace the EFI folder, which limits their learning experience to the fullest. I stand by documented reasonings for each tiny configuration. This said, I certainly hope people who use this EFI would not just use it without learning about OpenCore, and knowing what is in it.
Kudos to CaseySJ for the guide. I know CaseySJ is fine with me posting OpenCore EFI folders, but in in any case he changes his mind, I don't mind him removing my post, or the folder from my post.