Yes, Fenvi T919 in slot PCIEX1_2
- Do you have the Fenvi FV-T919?
- If so, which slot is it in? Is it in the short PCIe x1 slot?
And disableIOmapper = false ??Yep, last stable IntelMausiEthernet 1.0.6
Enabling VTD, ethernet and wifi stay disconnected. No wifi kexts.
Ok, I post my reply with my phone because I have no more ethernet/wifi with vtd enabled. Finally, my orion32+ works on z390 F9i original firmware, with vtd enabled.
Yes, that’s where I have it. Was the modified BIOS you’re running intentionally changed to allow for the Fenvi card to work? Or is that a behavior you’re seeing as a result of the previous work?
On my Gigabyte Z490 Vision D with ...@CaseySJ I don't have any audio devices or that BIOS you're testing, but I decided to see what happened if I enabled Vt-D on my build. I was turning it off with DisableIoMapper and leaving it on in the BIOS.
With it fully enabled, both built in ethernet ports break as well as my Fenvi Wi-Fi. The Aquantia 10Gbps NIC in my Z390 doesn't break though.
The 2 built in ethernet ports stay at "not connected", and they swap positions every few seconds if I watch the list of interfaces in network settings.
@yosoyoco,It would be interesting to, prior save your BIOS profil on disk drive (EFI drive or other FAT32 drive) to recover all BIOSs setting at the end, then :
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- make a NVRAM reset, then cold boot and verify if network back to life
- If not, make a Clear CMOS (shorting few second on mother board the following shunt indicated by red arrow), then cold boot and verify if network back to life
Interim Update #2A:** Experiment Update #2 **@Elias64Fr has done it again! The Apple Gigabit-to-Ethernet adapter -- which supports AVB -- is now functional in Big Sur. It was necessary to solve the AppleVTD puzzle, which has now been done.
AppleVTD and Apple Gigabit-to-Ethernet Adapter Problems FIXED
We are working to determine the exact configuration necessary for this, and will provide details later. This is a significant step forward in making Thunderbolt on Hackintosh behave more like that on a real Mac.
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@yosoyoco and any else have network issues after enabling AppleVTD,Yes, Fenvi T919 in slot PCIEX1_2
And disableIOmapper = false ??
It's seems to be related to DMAR ACPI table or something like that...