- Mar 29, 2023
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- RX 6900 XT
Has anyone tried enabling AppleVTD, but *not* disabling and replacing DMAR table?Disabling AppleVTD, based on an old posting from @CaseySJ, restored the lower ethernet port and WiFi for me with Ventura 13.3.
To disable AppleVTD:
Kernel --> Quirks --> DisableIoMapper --> Check ON
ACPI --> Add --> SSDT-DMAR.aml --> Check OFF
ACPI --> Delete --> DMAR --> Check OFF
BIOS Setup --> VT-d --> this can be left ENABLED at all times
@CaseySJHas anyone tried enabling AppleVTD, but *not* disabling and replacing DMAR table?
In other words:
- Kernel --> Quirks --> DisableIoMapper --> Check OFF
- ACPI --> Add --> SSDT-DMAR.aml --> Check OFF
- ACPI --> Delete --> DMAR --> Check OFF
- BIOS Setup --> VT-d --> Enabled
@CaseySJ --- do you have an OC 0.9.0 EFI that we could use? For the first time since I made this Hackintosh, the update borked my system. I went into a boot loop that I can't get out of. I think I have to reinstall the system, but I want to try a few EFI's first.Some notes:
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- I have AppleVTD enabled on my Z390 Designare
- I'm running Ventura 13.3 release version
- Fenvi FV-T919 connects and works
- Intel i211 GbE connects and works
- Intel i219 GbE connects and works
- I'm using 15 USB ports (XhciPortLimit is off)
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Attached is my OpenCore 0.9.0 EFI for Z390 Designare. Nothing has changed except I've removed my serial numbers from PlatformInfo -> DataHub.
@CaseySJWould be best to copy this to EFI partition of a USB flash drive, boot from USB, then launch Ventura. Of course, copy your serial numbers first into PlatformInfo -> DataHub.
If you have an 8-core or larger CPU, please change ProcessorType in PlatformInfo -> DataHub to 3841 (it is currently 1537 for my 6-core CPU).
That’s an interesting theory. I can remove the card and see what happens.@CaseySJ
I copied your EFI to a USB flash, added my serial numbers, and changed ProcessorType to 3841.
I don't have an Aquantia card. Leaving the SSDT for the card active and the ForceAquantiaEthernet selected booting stalled.
Disabling the Aquantia SSDT and unchecking the ForceAquantiaEthernet, but using the balance of your EFI, Ventura boots fully, but the WiFi and ethernet are both disabled.
Apparently there is something in the Aquantia code that provides your success with WiFi and ethernet with Ventura 13.3.