- Feb 11, 2018
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- UHD 630
Flashing the firmware is risky and you assume 100% of the liability if something goes wrong. All of the information is provided in Post #1 as shown in blue:Thank you very much, what kind of corporate file do I have to load onto the stick?
It might be possible. I can check it later.what is it for ne that for ne efi can you not unlock it with that man?
Couple of suggestions:Hi - I'm hoping I could find some help with Sidecar. I am using a 9600KF, on OpenCore 0.5.8 with the recommended iMac19,1 SMBIOS. From advice online, I have tried using the boot arguments shikigva=40 (or 32) + shiki-id=Mac-7BA5B2D9E42DDD94 as recommended in other online Hackintosh resources, but haven't found any luck. Although MacOS says it's connected via Sidecar, the iPad just has a black screen while its Sidecar app is open.
Interestingly, the Duet Display app seems to not have touch working when I use that as an alternative, which is a bug I have have not found elsewhere online or with my other devices. This could possibly be the lack of an iGPU too, I guess.
Any advice regarding getting Sidecar running on a KF processor would be appreciated! Thanks.
@CaseySJ, I was finally able to get away from work and test the V1_WITH_POWER. Unfortunately running the patch caused the system lock up.I would like to send you one more version that has _PS0, _PS3, and all other power methods just to see if sudo tbpatch list will work even for a few seconds. After that we can stop the experiment.
In my experimentation with flashing an Alpine Ridge card to drive an Apple TB display, I discovered that 5 beeps meant, in my case, no monitor detected. this happened even when the display was connected but that's another story. I found on Gigabyte's site that 5 beeps means CPU fault, but that may be old information. Unfortunately they didn't include info on beep codes in the manual for my mobo.Hi all. Would anyone be OK doing a quick test? (Very simple, requires no tinkering, etc.)
My specs are below. So I'm keen to speak to people that have the Vega 56. If I turn off my machine (just a simple OS shutdown, not via the plug) and then turn it on (but with my monitors off), I get 5 beeps which I previously attributed to CPU/Mobo failure (motherboard and CPU were replaced by Amazon and are brand new). However, if I turn the monitors on and turn on the machine, the system boots fine.
Is this therefore indicative of a GPU fault, as I've read the 5 beeps from the mobo could also mean the PC hasn't found a GPU?