- Sep 6, 2015
- GA-Z170X-UD3 (@F23b)
- i7 6700K (@4Ghz)
- EVGA NVidia GTX 980 Ti
- Mobile Phone
In case anyone wants to test Intel i219 ethernet, I posted compiled kexts here:
***For some reason I am getting multiple boot entries. Does anyone know how to fix this? The list is growing with every reboot! I now have 10 entries when I hit F12 for the boot device menu.
bcfg boot dump
bcfg boot rm 02
I have the Gaming G1 / i7 6700k / gtx980ti
I am trying to install OSX 10.11.1
- I succeed in booting with Skylake fix from Pike R Alpha
- I built Meinze's Atheros2200 (the last one with e2400 support) with Xcode with El Captain SDK. but it's not working (no ethernet)
- I installed NVidia's driver and booted with nvda_drv = 1. Didn't work and tried with the fix at policies in Apple.Graphics.Policy.kext, and didn't work either.
I will try to do a clean install again, I may have messed up with some kexts.
Warning this guide ignores all other OS, following this may cause other OS on your system to not boot.
Now you should not get any more entries.
My understanding is that this is caused by a bug in the AMI UEFI, which is adding a PCI boot entry every time it sees EFI/BOOT/BOOTX64.EFI, but by adding the /EFI/CLOVER/CLOVERX64.EFI (which is the same as the other) and removing EFI/BOOT/BOOTX64.EFI, we are circumventing the bug.
GREAT NEWS: The MacVideoCards.com NVME driver works !!!
Check this thread out: