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[SUCCESS] Gigabyte Designare Z390 (Thunderbolt 3) + i7-9700K + AMD RX 580

Hello everyone,
I have build system like this one, long time ago, working on it since 2018, only problem that I have is that sleep and shutdown not working. Tried everything found in this great forum, and found out that everything works when I remove Fenvi card. So did anyone come to solution for this?

thank you

Hi there.

This problem is caused by the Bluetooth connection of your Fenvi card to the motherboard's internal USB port.

Did you do any USB port configuration for your PC?
 
Hi there.

This problem is caused by the Bluetooth connection of your Fenvi card to the motherboard's internal USB port.

Did you do any USB port configuration for your PC?
I did port mapping but didn't help.
 
I did port mapping but didn't help.

Show me your USBPorts.kext or USBMap.kext or whatever, and I'll check it for you.

Also take a screengrab of the Hackintool / USB page and attach that too.

:)
 
Show me your USBPorts.kext or USBMap.kext or whatever, and I'll check it for you.

Also take a screengrab of the Hackintool / USB page and attach that too.

:)
Thank you, attached flies, something wrong I'm doing :)
 

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This is all the same stuff that I went through (but never resolved) when I was trying to update my (Gigabyte Z370 AOG7) other system that's stuck on OC060 and Mojave.
Question for @clichequiche: Is there any possibility that you have leftover Clover junk on your system drive? And you definitely have only one EFI that your startup system is reading?
I don't believe so, I put together the build based on this thread and OC 0.6.0 was the first thing I ever booted up with. But thanks for trying, sucks that you never got yours working either.
 
Currently on Catalina 10.15.7, I used Munki's InstallInstallMacOS utility from the OC guide to download Big Sur, and the createinstallmedia command to create the USB install disk, then used MountEFI to create the EFI partition and copy the EFI folder over to it. I've tried running the Big Sur installer and that part seemingly boots up Recovery mode fine, I'm just hesitant to go through with the install since it requires OC 0.6.3+ and I'm on 0.6.0. Hence trying to update OC first. I appreciate your time.
In UEFI -> APFS, are both MinDate and MinVersion set to -1? If not, please set both to -1 (ANY) and try again.
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Thank you, attached flies, something wrong I'm doing :)

Okay, thank you. :thumbup:

Right then, the problem ...

You have two configurations in the same kext -

USB.jpg


The first half of of the USBPorts.kext is for system-definition MacPro7,1 and the second half is for iMac19,1.

Which system definition are you using in your config.plist ?

I don't understand how it was possible to put both in one Kext unless someone else had edited it manually?

At least you have HS11 configured correctly. :)

Solution:

Re-generate the USBPorts.kext using Hackintool and you should be okay, BUT we need to confirm the new one does NOT have two definitions in it.

Test and see if things improve.

:thumbup:
 
Okay, thank you. :thumbup:

Right then, the problem ...

You have two configurations in the same kext -

View attachment 567746

The first half of of the USBPorts.kext is for system-definition MacPro7,1 and the second half is for iMac19,1.

Which system definition are you using in your config.plist ?

I don't understand how it was possible to put both in one Kext unless someone else had edited it manually?

At least you have HS11 configured correctly. :)

Solution:

Re-generate the USBPorts.kext using Hackintool and you should be okay, BUT we need to confirm the new one does NOT have two definitions in it.

Test and see if things improve.

:thumbup:
ok, will do, thank you
 
Okay, thank you. :thumbup:

Right then, the problem ...

You have two configurations in the same kext -

View attachment 567746

The first half of of the USBPorts.kext is for system-definition MacPro7,1 and the second half is for iMac19,1.

Which system definition are you using in your config.plist ?

I don't understand how it was possible to put both in one Kext unless someone else had edited it manually?

At least you have HS11 configured correctly. :)

Solution:

Re-generate the USBPorts.kext using Hackintool and you should be okay, BUT we need to confirm the new one does NOT have two definitions in it.

Test and see if things improve.

:thumbup:
Done USB ports again, but nothing changed. I have windows on external drive and it same thing happens when I shut it down in windows. I just reboots. Is there any bios settings for this? USB ports kext and hackintool screenshot once again i attachment.
 

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Done USB ports again, but nothing changed. I have windows on external drive and it same thing happens when I shut it down in windows. I just reboots. Is there any bios settings for this? USB ports kext and hackintool screenshot once again i attachment.

Okay. The USBPorts.kext looks good now. :thumbup:

As the same problem happens with Windows then that can usually be one of two problems:

1) A BIOS setting for Wake on LAN, or a non-default power setting.

2) Another USB device that is always attached. For example UAD audio or Time Machine storage.

:)
 
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