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[SUCCESS] jbarnette's Build - ASUS TUF Z390 M Gaming + i9-9900K + Sapphire RX Vega 64 8GB + 32GB RAM + MacOS 10.14.3 w/ USB3 working!

pastrychef

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Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming
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i9-9900K OC'd @ 5.0GHz
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Radeon VII
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iBook, Power Mac, PowerBook
Mobile Phone
iOS
@pastrychef, yeah, the only port that doesn't seem to want to work on macOS is the 3.1 G2 port on the back middle next to the type-c. I thought maybe it was like even, during the port mapping process, it would never see anything either USB 3 or USB 2. Not a big deal I don't think Apple supports 3.1 G2 anyway do they?
USB 3.1 Gen 2 is supported. I recommend using Hackintool to assist with the configuration. Try using the guide below:

It was a lot easier with older chipsets that had USB 3.1 gen 2 on a separate controller. We didn't have to configure anything and they just worked. On Z390, we definitely have to configure them and they count towards the 15 port limit...
 
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Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming
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i9 9900k
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Vega 64
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MacBook Pro
Mobile Phone
iOS
Hey people,
I ran into a problem I can't really wrap my head around. I've build my system based on this guide more then a year ago. Everything worked fine, but 2 days ago, from one day to the next, it didn't boot anymore.
No updates or whatsoever happend, nothing was changed, no new components.
I got this error everytime: Error allocating 0x1196d pages at 0x000... and so on.
I went into the BIOS and played around with the settings, turns out, the thing that is causing this crash is setting Internal Graphics from "Auto" to "Enabled".

So, 2 questions:
1. what exactly does enabling the internal graphics do for me? I thought it has something to do with the preview function, but this still works.
2. Any ideas what the heck happened? I mean, literally nothing changed in the system, software and hardware wise.

Best regards and thanks: )
 
Joined
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Messages
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Motherboard
Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming
CPU
i9 9900k
Graphics
Vega 64
Mac
MacBook Pro
Mobile Phone
iOS
Hey people,
I ran into a problem I can't really wrap my head around. I've build my system based on this guide more then a year ago. Everything worked fine, but 2 days ago, from one day to the next, it didn't boot anymore.
No updates or whatsoever happend, nothing was changed, no new components.
I got this error everytime: Error allocating 0x1196d pages at 0x000... and so on.
I went into the BIOS and played around with the settings, turns out, the thing that is causing this crash is setting Internal Graphics from "Auto" to "Enabled".

So, 2 questions:
1. what exactly does enabling the internal graphics do for me? I thought it has something to do with the preview function, but this still works.
2. Any ideas what the heck happened? I mean, literally nothing changed in the system, software and hardware wise.

Best regards and thanks: )
Sorry, I just realized, this is the wrong thread.
 

pastrychef

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Joined
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14,386
Motherboard
Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming
CPU
i9-9900K OC'd @ 5.0GHz
Graphics
Radeon VII
Mac
MacBook, Mac Pro
Classic Mac
iBook, Power Mac, PowerBook
Mobile Phone
iOS
Hey people,
I ran into a problem I can't really wrap my head around. I've build my system based on this guide more then a year ago. Everything worked fine, but 2 days ago, from one day to the next, it didn't boot anymore.
No updates or whatsoever happend, nothing was changed, no new components.
I got this error everytime: Error allocating 0x1196d pages at 0x000... and so on.
I went into the BIOS and played around with the settings, turns out, the thing that is causing this crash is setting Internal Graphics from "Auto" to "Enabled".

So, 2 questions:
1. what exactly does enabling the internal graphics do for me? I thought it has something to do with the preview function, but this still works.
2. Any ideas what the heck happened? I mean, literally nothing changed in the system, software and hardware wise.

Best regards and thanks: )
IGPU can act as a co-processor for some apps such as FCPX. Specifically, it uses Quick Sync to assist with video encoding/decoding.

You should fix NVRAM. For instructions, please see my Z390 M Gaming build thread. Link is below in my signature.
 
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ASUS TUF GAMING Z390M
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i5-9400F
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RX 580
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Mobile Phone
Android, iOS
I have the same motherboard as you, can I use the SSDT-USB.aml file you uploaded and put it in clover/acpi/patched to fix USB causing sleep issues on my hack?

I don't know much about making SSDTs.


Edit: I used it and it worked
 
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