- Jul 31, 2012
- HD4600 / RX 570
- Mobile Phone
When both are connected at the same time it can create conflicts. I would also check that the USB cable connection/wiring is good. There's can always be hardware causes for poor BT and Wifi issues.
Sorry but not understand. I will clone the ssd to nvme with the efi. After opencore not show the nvme. What may i do to boot big sur from nvme?Hi!
I understand that this is an OpenCore + Big Sur thread on the Optiplex 7020/9020 and my install involves Catalina I'd like to ask something though re: booting on NVME drives.
I have been using a 9020 with Clover + Mojave that I previously built from 2019 using your Golden Build thread with great success. On this particular set-up I was able to use two NVME's (via pcie) in RAID0 as system drives by following the the STEP 6 of that thread. The other sata SSD was also partitioned for Windows dual boot (though rarely used).
For more than a year after using it under Clover, I recently reinstalled everything using this particular guide/ thread for OpenCore + Catalina using the sata SSD. Everything works with no problem.
My question is how do I make the NVME pcie as boot drive? OpenCore sees it during initial install (initial image copy), but won't show the drive at the next picker section to fully install the OS.
Thing's I tried:
1) Clone the sata SSD to the NVME (+ EFI copy): result - BIOS won't even see the NVME drive (of course).
2) Boot with sata SSD + cloned NVME (+ EFI copy): result- Picker doesn't show the NVME as boot option.
3) I tried adding NVMEfix kext on the config list: result- No dice.
I'm good enough to follow build threads, but obviously I'm not that good to troubleshoot stuff. Hoping for some guidance.
Thanks in advance.
Added back NVMExpress.efi as was stated in the manual for Haswell cpus and suggested to me in another forum.
BT from your wifi dongle or the Wifi/BT Broadcom card ?Update!, Bluetooth is now working!. YAY!.
BT from your wifi dongle or the Wifi/BT Broadcom card ?
The BT problems in M1 Macs that were widely reported were supposed to be fixed in 11.2. Seems that most BT problems happened when using non-Apple made BT mice and keyboards. Frequent dropouts, loss of signal etc.