- Nov 11, 2018
- Asus Z690 ProArt Creator
- RX 6800 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
With all that said, here is something to ponder regarding Nvidia's purchase of ARM: Since Apple licenses ARM for all their devices, will/could Nvidia graphics card support "sneak" back into future Macs?!? Inquiring minds want to know?
Okay, the capital letter fixed the boot problem.
The OpenCore 0.6.5 EFI from the mini-guide in this thread is not configured for OpenIntelWireless drivers.Okay, the capital letter fixed the boot problem.
But now my wifi and my ethernet don't work, so I'm assuming I need to either delete the line I have highlighted in pic or disable it?
In my system before I used the intelMausi and Smalltree for ethernet and AirportItlwm for Wifi for those to work.View attachment 506040
So if I buy at Fenvi T919 or 1200 wifi/bluetooth card, I should be good then?The OpenCore 0.6.5 EFI from the mini-guide in this thread is not configured for OpenIntelWireless drivers.
I strongly discourage the use of those drivers at this time.
If you would still like to use just the WiFi driver, try disabling SSDT-Z390-DESIGNARE-NO-CNVW.aml. Then reboot.
Please note that little if any support is provided here for those drivers.
Look for "Buy us a cup of Coffee" on the home page.do you have a link so I could send you a donation
Yes, all of the following are great choices:So if I buy at Fenvi T919 or 1200 wifi/bluetooth card, I should be good then?
Is it no longer necessary to unlock MSR on newer BIOS versions? Gigabyte added the CFG lock option in BIOS? That was the main reason I wasn't updating BIOS since i didn't want to bother with MSR unlock again.Step 1: Please check whether BIOS --> Boot --> CFG-Lock is Disabled. It is necessary to install BIOS F9g or newer (F9i is available from the Gigabyte website).
THANK YOU SO MUCH!! Yeah, WiFi is working, but I'll get a Fenvi soon. Also, I forgot I didn't have a Ethernet cord plugged in so that will probably works.Yes, any of the following are great choices:
I am actually a vocal supporter of the OpenIntelWireless project. What they're doing is both commendable and highly promising. But for a work system (as opposed to one's personal or tinkering system) I must advise against it at this time.
- Speeds are limited to 802.11n (does not yet support 802.11ac)
- Wake from sleep may not work
- Connections may drop unexpectedly
So with those disclaimers out of the way, let's at least get you up and running on AirportItlwm.kext. Is it working now?