- Feb 10, 2020
- Z390 Designare
- RX 5700 XT
Is the resolution to low or too high?
Thanks, I did the double check on the CFG-Lock. I'll try the CMOS Reset but cant get to it right now. THANK YOU SO MUCH for this awesome thread and your help along the way. I love this machine and its got some legs left for sure.Which version of BIOS are you running? BIOS F9g? If using F9i please check if CFG-Lock is disabled in BIOS Setup --> Boot.
Then perform a CMOS Reset by shorting the two designated pins on the motherboard with a flathead screwdriver. System must be shut down, but PSU can remain on.
Then boot the system and go to BIOS Setup. Configure all BIOS parameters again, starting with F7 (Load Optimized Defaults). Also check "Boot" section for "CFG-Lock" and disable it.
Okay, now test the backup disk as follows:No it doesn't, it suggests backing it up.
F.Y.I. I am still on Clover.Okay, now test the backup disk as follows:
If so, then consider the following:
- Connect the backup disk.
- Reboot and press F12 at the BIOS Splash Screen.
- Choose the backup disk from the list.
- At the OpenCore picker, boot macOS from the backup disk.
- Does it boot up fully and work normally?
Note: I cannot assume any responsibility for data loss. So please check that your backup disk contains all your files/folders, and is capable of booting properly.
- Run Disk Utility --> Check Disk on the backup disk to make sure it is problem-free
- If so, then erase the main internal macOS SSD (format: APFS, scheme: GUID Partition Map)
- Then clone the backup disk back to the internal NVMe SSD -- but do not use EFIClone. Copy the EFI folder manually from EFI partition of backup disk to EFI partition of internal SSD.
- But do these steps very very carefully
Thank you @CaseySJ, well never mind.... Is not a big deal. I messed a bit with the settings, and the one that works better is the one you pointed me. Is not perfect, but is acceptable. ThanksIs the resolution to low or too high?
The only thing I can think of is to try the following:
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But I'm not sure how successful this will be. If the problem persists, it might be a good idea to report this to Acidanthera or to search Insanely Mac for a possible solution.
When I boot up it plays back smoothly. If I log out and back in it will no longer play back smoothly. It stutters badly. I’m on smbios iMac Pro, no iGpu.Is it playing back smoothly? No dropped frames? Have you checked iGPU usage via Intel Power Gadget?
In other words, if playback is normal, then most likely there's nothing to worry about.
To fix your 10Gbe Ethernet, try adding this in OC Configurator > Kernel > Patch > (See attached image below for details)Hi @CaseySJ... followed your guides and without any surprise, and if we read them properly, it is very easy to move from Clover to OpenCore
Everything seems to be working except Bluetooth. I still use my 'old' Bluetooth/Wifi Card BCM94360CS2. Should still use it or not? Is that any way now to use motherboard Bluetooth instead? Is strange because wifi works
I added xtreme SSDT files and disabled the designaire as you told me. Will upgrade now to Big Sur
I Ugrade To Big Sur without any problems. For moments thought that bluetooth returned, but not
10Gb Ethernet is not working either
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