- Apr 2, 2020
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- Vega 64
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I had that issue for almost a year! I just recently solved that by updating to the latest versions of HackinDROM, OpenCore, and OpenCore Configurator.Good Friday everybody.
Looks like my Mac is stuck on 12.1 and don't show any updates in system preferences.
Any fix for this ?
We can also easily extract the old EFI zip with a live linux distribution running on a USB stickHackinDROM saves the entire previous EFI folder in a ZIP file. If you're unable to boot from the internal NVMe SSD, simply boot from your bootable backup disk or from a USB flash disk that contains a working EFI folder. Then it's possible to restore the previous EFI folder from the ZIP file.
If the update is still not appearing in System Preferences --> Software Update then set SecureBootModel to Disabled (instead of Default) and reboot:Thanks BOTMT.
I don't not get the message as I am up-to-date.
I just noticed that MacOS was still on 12.1 after trying to download an app that requested 12.3.
The p1lgrim trick worked well.Open the App Store, type Monterey into the search box, click View, click Get.
Might be a stupid question:
Is there a “universal” Gigabyte Titan ridge APPLE firmware that I can flash on my Titan Ridge card in my hack?
It seems to be hard to find, so I don’t know if it needs to be custom made, depending on the machine? No coding experience here
Ps. I have the TB card, and I have a flasher / USB device!