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

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Bluetooth is not working because USB port HS14 is still active. Your motherboard has a preinstalled Intel WiFi/BT module. You have already installed the "NO-CNVW" SSDT to disable Intel WiFi, but Intel Bluetooth has not been disabled.
  • The Broadcom Bluetooth is connected to the USB hub at HS13.
  • The Intel Bluetooth is connected to USB port HS14.
You must disable USB port HS14. There are at least 2 ways to do this:
  1. Add uia_exclude=HS14 to your Boot Arguments (in Clover Configurator). Make sure to install USBInjectAll.kext if not already installed.
  2. Create a proper USB SSDT by following this beginner's guide. In the SSDT you can disable HS14 by deleting or commenting-out the HS14 port definition.
Option 2 is strongly recommended because your USB 3 ports will not work right now at full speed (they will work only at USB 2 speed).
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I tried both ways Bluetooth doesn't work. I upload the EFI file you can check file config.plist see if t is the problem? Thank you very much
 

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If you can attach Thunderbolt and USB-C devices normally, then the Thunderbolt SSDT is okay. But feel free to run IORegistryExplorer and select File —> Save As... and upload that file. It will allow me to confirm your Thunderbolt configuration.

Regarding RX570 in Slot 2, I am beginning to think that we should not use the SSDT at all with 10.14.5. And we can use “Devices —> Arbitrary” to inject information device properties so they appear in System Information —> PCI. This Guide shows the way.
Ok, I’ll attach the file later.

Yeah, I was wondering that too. For me personally it feels like using the Arbitrary settings is cleaner and easier to understand than the SSDT.
 
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@CaseySJ
I have successfully installed Mojave 10.14.5 with your help and by following your guide and making adjustments where needed due to my different choices of hardware. Great, easy to follow guide by the way. I am at the point of protecting my investment with a full CCC backup. Your directions are so simple to follow, but, I have encountered a slight problem. I get to your instruction with picture of "select Reveal CCC's Scripts Folder as shown", but when I click on this, nothing happens.

I have done much research online but cannot seem to find the answer. I will tell you what I've noticed different from your guide and what I have found.

First, your picture shows a blue folder next to the 'Reveal CCC's Scripts folder' in the Utilities drop down menu of CCC . Mine shows a white paper icon. Picture included if needed. I did research for CCC and found, on their website, these scripts are stored in Library/Applications Support/com.bombich.ccc/Scripts folder. When I follow this path that folder does not exist.

However, I did find a folder called ApplePushService with a red minus sign on it.(Picture included) I am guessing this has something to do with the problem as the best I can figure from researching is this deals with third party applications sending notification data to applications installed on apple devices.

Anyways, now for my questions;
1.) I was wondering if this folder with a red minus sign is related to my issue?
2.) Has anyone else encountered this issue?
3.) How to fix it?
4.) If it is just a matter of adding or correcting permissions privilege, then which should I use, me or administrator?

Thanks for your time

Thaigyver
 

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@CaseySJ
I have successfully installed Mojave 10.14.5 with your help and by following your guide and making adjustments where needed due to my different choices of hardware. Great, easy to follow guide by the way. I am at the point of protecting my investment with a full CCC backup. Your directions are so simple to follow, but, I have encountered a slight problem. I get to your instruction with picture of "select Reveal CCC's Scripts Folder as shown", but when I click on this, nothing happens.

I have done much research online but cannot seem to find the answer. I will tell you what I've noticed different from your guide and what I have found.

First, your picture shows a blue folder next to the 'Reveal CCC's Scripts folder' in the Utilities drop down menu of CCC . Mine shows a white paper icon. Picture included if needed. I did research for CCC and found, on their website, these scripts are stored in Library/Applications Support/com.bombich.ccc/Scripts folder. When I follow this path that folder does not exist.

However, I did find a folder called ApplePushService with a red minus sign on it.(Picture included) I am guessing this has something to do with the problem as the best I can figure from researching is this deals with third party applications sending notification data to applications installed on apple devices.

Anyways, now for my questions;
1.) I was wondering if this folder with a red minus sign is related to my issue?
2.) Has anyone else encountered this issue?
3.) How to fix it?
4.) If it is just a matter of adding or correcting permissions privilege, then which should I use, me or administrator?

Thanks for your time

Thaigyver

Stumbled upon the same problem few days ago. Next day it was solved, I figured a reboot was what solved it. Did you try rebooting?
 
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Stumbled upon the same problem few days ago. Next day it was solved, I figured a reboot was what solved it. Did you try rebooting?
Yes I did try rebooting, three different times in the my attempt to fix this. But no luck as of yet. Thanks for the quick response as well. Much appreciated.
 
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Yes I did try rebooting, three different times in the my attempt to fix this. But no luck as of yet. Thanks for the quick response as well. Much appreciated.
Welcome. Might be that I've also redownloaded and reinstalled CCC somewhere amidst the reboots. Perhaps worth a shot. Sorry for not being of more help.
 
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If you can attach Thunderbolt and USB-C devices normally, then the Thunderbolt SSDT is okay. But feel free to run IORegistryExplorer and select File —> Save As... and upload that file. It will allow me to confirm your Thunderbolt configuration.

Regarding RX570 in Slot 2, I am beginning to think that we should not use the SSDT at all with 10.14.5. And we can use “Devices —> Arbitrary” to inject information device properties so they appear in System Information —> PCI. This Guide shows the way.

Thanks again. I have changed the RX 570 HD-AUDIO from SSDT to the arbitrary property and it works well.

I'm attaching my IORef file, if you could have a look that would be great.
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Welcome. Might be that I've also redownloaded and reinstalled CCC somewhere amidst the reboots. Perhaps worth a shot. Sorry for not being of more help.
Thanks, I might have to try a different version of CCC. I have installed the current version twice, but still no go.

Thaigyver
 
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Was just about to pull the trigger on CaseySJ's build and then Wow Intel's new Ice lake. Guess I can wait a little longer although I was quite looking forward to an i9 build. Got to be worth the wait by the sound of it.
 
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@CaseySJ, there is place where you want us to update the SMBIOS and to select 19.1, but I am not sure why I don't see 19.1. I am only seeing 18.1 as the latest and I am using the latest MultiBeast and 10.14.5
 
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