- Nov 11, 2018
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
- RX 580
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Flaky was the wrong choice of word there which probably meant it worked on and off. My old Fenvi card is just gone, it won't work no matter what you try, and it was all of a sudden with no changes to kexts (at least during that period).You stated that Bluetooth on Fenvi cards is flakey. Is that no longer the case?
Good detective work!After 479451246 tests I just found why my Fenvi's Bluetooth is buggy (don't tested wifi because I don't use it)
and finally solved it.
If in your PC case you have a SSD or HDD very close to the Fenvi card there's is big chances that your drive will create interferences and make Fenvis bandwidth very poor.
Tried the same thing with a Zigbee USB dongle on a Raspberry Pi + external USB SSD connected both directly to the Raspberry USB hub.
With a USB extension cable for the Zigbee USB dongle the issue is solved!
Also try to do not put Fenvi Antenna's cable close to any power cable (Display power cable, PC, Audio Interface...)
Because you have AMD RX 580, you should not enable the on-board HDMI port because that can create a number of problems that we've discussed in this thread.
It is, but still cubase doesn't seem to find it.Because you have AMD RX 580, you should not enable the on-board HDMI port because that can create a number of problems that we've discussed in this thread.
Instead, keep the iGPU in headless mode with Platform ID 0x3E980003. To check if iGPU is enabled, simply run IORegistryExplorer and scroll (not search) the device tree on left side until you see IGPU@2. If the first sub-node is AppleIntelFramebuffer... then iGPU is configured properly.