- Jul 25, 2018
- Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Yes!! Thank you sir Its is RUNNING!!!! Very Much appreciatedDownload KextBeast. ->https://www.tonymacx86.com/resources/kextbeast-2-0-2.399/
Download Atheros and IntelMausi kexts and put it on your Desktop.
Run KextBeast and select to install those two kext to /Library/Extenesions/ (all your third party kexts should be at /Library/Extensions and not to S/L/E).
Reboot have fun.
Thunderbolt 3 is a sore spot on the Hackintosh world currently. Some people can get hot plug to work the way the want others can not. I have a Gigabyte Gaming 5. I have both a Titan Ridge and Alpine Ridge card, and I can not get either of them to work properly with hot plug and such. In addition they only show up in the BIOS if something is plugged into the card. Otherwise it is non existent. Also, sleep is likely not to work properly. As for your USB, you probably did it correctly but the TB3 card is causing some issues.I am striking out... I have built this thing and put well over 100 hours and can't seem to find out what the issue is. I think Its the USB ports but I can't be 100% I have tried making custom SDST files based off the ACPI Origin folder and used Hackintool to rebuild them but I don't think its working right.. Ive got this Z370 Gaming 7 (F10 BIOS) motherboard with 8800K CPU at 4.9GHz, Vega 64, 32GB Corsair DDR4 memory the Fenvi FV-AC1900 WiFi card and an Alpine Ridge TB3 card installed on a 1TB 970 EVO Plus. I am so frustrated at this point as I felt I did everything correct but it just keeps giving intermittent freezes and glitches. Can someone look at my EFI and tell me where I screwed up, please. I made some modifications to the Config removing my Serial and UUID. Running Mojave 14.6. If it isn't USB its most likely there Alpine Ridge card as whenever it goes to sleep I lose the TB3 as well?