AudioGod's ASUS ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING - Big Sur & Monterey Beta - OpenCore 0.7.4 EFI

remac

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Hi,
apparently my problem does not originate from opencore. Here is a screenshot of it.error.jpg


Has anyone else already stumbled across this? I already changed the mode of the PCIe-Interface to Gen4 but it didn't help...
I have a Sapphire Nitro+ RX5700XT.
 

Galve2000

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I had a similar problem with my Power Color 6900 XT Ultimate. some of the more bespoke cards are not supported out of the box. however, they can me made to work.

I followed this guide to get it to work. I suspect you have to follow some similar procedure to get the 5700XT to get it to be properly recognized by Monterey.
 

remac

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Hi,
thx for your answer but in macOS the graphics card is fully recognized and running great. It is the UEFI of the Mainboard that can't recognize it properly...
Bildschirmfoto 2022-06-21 um 20.24.36.png
 

Galve2000

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sorry for the noob question but how do you boot into MacOS when your graphics card is not recognized by the motherboard?
 

remac

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I‘m asking myself the same question. Well it gets recognized and then, every second boot, this message appears and the mainboard changed the csm settings. Then I disable the csm setting and reboot and it reboots just fine. But if I reboot again this message appears again. And so on…
 

remac

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Jup

Edit: maybe the mainboard doesn't like that one display is plugged in via Display Port and the other via HDMI? But then, why should that concern the mainboard?...Bildschirmfoto 2022-06-21 um 21.33.50.png
 
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remac

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Ok seems odd but it seems that this problem only occurs when I reboot my pc. If I shut down my pc and then boot it, this message doesn’t occur… Is it possible that there are still settings from opencore in the nvram that could trigger this?
 

Middleman

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Ok seems odd but it seems that this problem only occurs when I reboot my pc. If I shut down my pc and then boot it, this message doesn’t occur… Is it possible that there are still settings from opencore in the nvram that could trigger this?
Yes I think so. Have you tried to use the ResetNVRAM function and rebooted the system?
 

remac

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No. Tomorrow i will change my macOS-SSD to a WD_Black SN850 and make a clean Monterey Install. Eventually i will reset the NVRAM before that.
But i think i can life with this workaround (shutdown and boot instead of reboot).
 

raffan

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Hi everyone. Built-in bluetooth and wifi (Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX200) works successfully on my asus e-gaming with Monterey 12.4.
Just add three kexts to your efi folder.

Supported PHY Modes: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
On specifications of motherboard onboard BT 5.0 but i dont know how check it
 

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Edhawk

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You shouldn't need the BcrmPatchRam3.kext as that is specifically for a Broadcom Bluetooth module.
 

Galve2000

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Hi everyone. Built-in bluetooth and wifi works successfully on my asus e-gaming with Monterey 12.4.
Just add four kexts to your efi folder.


can you tell us the device IDs for both the onboard BT and Wi-Fi?

what kind of (connection) speeds are you getting with the onboard wifi?

is the onboard Bluetooth BT 5.0?
 

raffan

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You shouldn't need the BcrmPatchRam3.kext as that is specifically for a Broadcom Bluetooth module.
you're right. works with three kexts.
BcrmPatchRam3.kext is not needed

already corrected my previous post )
 
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