- Apr 7, 2018
- Asus ROG Strix Z390-I Gaming
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Thanks to @ModMike ..... finally able to install macOS and found a problem for black screen after verbose.Tried to hackintosh using this guide few weeks ago and stopped at display off before any installation screen......exhausted trying to attempt hackintosh......now decided to give another try again......
Same screen off after verbose.....RGB in cpu is still glowing though.....
Any Fixes for me...... I Don't want to quit hackintoshing my first build.......
You have your BIOS set per the guide for graphics? Maybe try DGPU instead of "Auto" but double check the rest belowThanks to @ModMike ..... finally able to install macOS and found a problem for black screen after verbose.
The problem I found was that HDMI and DisplayPorts are getting switched off..... I borrowed A Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti graphics card from my friend..... when connected to HDMI to graphics card, display came.....and installed os easily...
....Internet is working, mounted EFI to destination hard drive, everything is good.... but iGPU is not working I think....Under graphics its showing.... Graphics - Display 8.... HDMI port on motherboard is not working only GPU... no iGPU.... What is the problem?
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It must be different because it works....at least for most of us.How did you get an non-Cnvio Dell Broadcom card to work in an E slot that only delivers the proper power (low power) to the Intel 9560 to work? or is this slot different than Gigabyte's mini ITX Z390?
Interfaces to the SoC Wi-Fi: CNVio (Intel proprietary bus inspired by the DPHY low power interface)
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There are a few components that are incompatible with Hackintoshes:
- Samsung EVO Plus SSDs
- XFX graphics cards - Some characteristic of their VBIOS freezes the installer and causes kernel panics. Fortunately flashing a compatible PowerColor BIOS makes it fully compatible
BTW the Aorus Master is not an ITX board.It must be different because it works....at least for most of us.
I had the Asus ROG Strix Gaming I board until recently. Went with the Gigabyte board for expansion slots and happier for it but I had zero issues with the Asus as well. After reading this thread start to finish there were relatively few issues reported with replacing the card.BTW the Aorus Master is not an ITX board.
It must be dual voltage sensing, and Asus must have asked for this in their design-build architecture as Asus does not make their boards, as they farm out their architectural design to Foxconn or Evga or Asrock. And it also A/E slot compatible as the Dell card is an A/E card not anE-card & this should be noted in the TonyMac Buyers Guide for CutoMacMini Pro and CustoMac Mini so the buyers of the Gigabyte suggestion which uses the same exact Intel card and has the same sticker on the stainless can will not plunk down 50 plus dollar for a card that will not work in the Gigabyte Z390 I Aorus Pro Wifi. I have confirmed the Dell card is not recognized under Mojave 10.14.5 or Windows 10 Pro 64 1809. I have even tried a carrier adapter to an Apple Broadcom card and the same result. The 9560NGW Bluetooth works on Mojave and both sides card on Win 10.
Everything is same... I even tried setting Primary Display to "CPU Graphics" also..... but HDMI is switching off after completion of Apple logo bar.... Any other Problems?You have your BIOS set per the guide for graphics? Maybe try DGPU instead of "Auto" but double check the rest below
- Advanced Items > System Agent (SA) Graphics Configuration > Primary Display > PEG (leave on auto if you don’t have a separate graphics card)
- Advanced Items > System Agent (SA) Graphics Configuration > IGPU Multi-Monitor > Enabled for DGPU, Disabled for IGPU
- Save and reboot to activate the RC6 and DVMT settings
- Advanced Items > System Agent (SA) Graphics Configuration > RC6(Render Standby) > Off - This settings disables a power saving feature that could potentially crash the system
- Advanced Items > System Agent (SA) Configuration > Above 4G Decoding > Enable
- Advanced Items > System Agent (SA) Graphics Configuration > DVMT Pre-Allocated > 128
It may have something to do with the monitor itself. Sometimes unplugging the cable and waiting a bit and then plugging it back in makes it up. Worth a try and if you have another display like a TV or extra monitor try it as the source and report back.Everything is same... I even tried setting Primary Display to "CPU Graphics" also..... but HDMI is switching off after completion of Apple logo bar.... Any other Problems?