- Nov 11, 2018
- Asus ProArt Z690-Creator
- RX 6800 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
The USB SSDT in this guide is customized for the Designare Z390 so it should definitely not be used on the AORUS Z390 Gaming SLI. Instead, you may apply the three Mojave 10.14.4 USB port limit patches in Clover as described here. This should enable all ports, but the patches are specific to 10.14.4 and may not work in subsequent Mojave updates. The best long term solution is to create a custom USB SSDT for your motherboard by following this user-friendly guide:I tried searching here, but have not found a way to search just this particular thread. It pulls up info from all of tonymac. As a result, forgive me if this has been discussed before!
I have a Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Gaming SLI, so not exactly the same mobo as listed here. I followed the excellent instructions here and successfully completed a Hack. Audio, RX 580, LAN, Wifi, BT, etc all working. This board has all 6 USB 3.0 on the rear, 2 USB 3.1 on the rear, two USB 3.0 via mobo header and two USB 2.0 mobo header. I was doing some further testing today, and discovered that USB 3.x devices would *not* work on any of the USB 3.x ports. Tried four different USB 3.0 and USB 3.1 devices (flash drive and portable storage). The devices works fine via the USB 2.0 mobo header. USB 2.0 devices work on all USB ports.
However, if I let the computer go to sleep on it's own, upon wake-up the USB 3.x device works just fine on all USB ports! If anything, I would think the opposite would be true, and ports stop working after wake! The wake "repaired" the computer, lol! Any ideas?? TIA.
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