- Feb 15, 2020
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- RX 5700 XT
@CaseySJ Thanks for the info above. Ok, I used the prebuilt OpenCore 0.7.3 EFI and manually configured the config.plist to include the platform identifiers. Now I at least get to the picker GUI. As soon as I choose the boot disk and hit enter, it doesn't get very far (see screenshot). My system specs are Designare (BIOS F8), i9-9900k, RX5700 XT.There's a prebuilt OpenCore 0.7.3 EFI for Z390 Designare located in the link below (can also be referenced from Quick Reference spoiler at the top of Post 1). This EFI does not contain serial numbers, so it's meant for upgrades in which existing serial numbers are copied to the new config.plist.
We also use the HackinDROM App, which can perform both (a) OpenCore upgrades from old version of OC to new version of OC, and (b) OpenCore first-time installation in which new serial numbers are generated by the app. A link to HackinDROM is also present in the above post.As was mentioned previously the hackintosh drive you are attempting to boot will need a modification of the SMBIOS and other parameters to work with the real Mac it's booting on. If you are trying to boot a Z390 Designare drive with iMac 1,1 SMBIOS on a MBP it's certainly not going to work...www.tonymacx86.com