To answer your question, open Config.plist, locate Misc - Boot - HideAuxiliary and set it to false. Then the recovery mode will be shown after restart.@AudioGod changed
SecureBootModelto j137. Changed PCI slots speed to Gen3. And removed npci=0x200 + enabled above 4G. Seems everything is ok.
One tiny question. When the OC boot appears there is no recovery mode. Is it intentionally? Command+R doesn't work. Any suggestions? Thanks!
You need to ask one of the OC Devs that question really. As of now there’s no boot flag for it but they might give us one now that big Navi has support in the new beta.What a day.
Managed to buy an rx6800 in the AMD.com drop today and the 11.4 beta 1 brings support for it!
Which brings us back to the question if it will be possible to disable SAM in opencore and enable it in BIOS for Windows.
Thanks for your upload.
I with a Gigabyte Aorus X570 ultra, with a Ryzen 7 5800x, Geforce GTX 1060.
I tried your EFI only adding the Serial, UUID... to install OSX 10.13.6 (last version compatible with my Graphic Card).
It is starting up and stay blocked because mouse is not working (I have an HP with a dongle and a regular Apple mouse).
Arrows on keyboard are not working. If I hit space, it is going to Language choice and the menu Restore, Install, get help, Disk Utility.
Install is not crashed, just no input possible.
I have no experience with OpenCore (I was using Clover on Intel Mobos).
I this stage, I don't know what I can do...
If someone can help...
Solved the installation problem: the mouse was not working because USB port was not working during install.If you want to use a 1060 then you’re going to need to use High Sierra as your OS and you need to add nv_disable=1 to the boot arguments and remove agdpmod=pikera from there too.
Check on page one of this thread for info on how to put your smbios details into the OpenCore EFI correctly.
You need to swap the Ethernet kext I’m using for the older version v1.2.5 compatible with High Sierra, (but I see you say you have done that)Solved the installation problem: the mouse was not working because USB port was not working during install.
After installation the Ethernet is not working:
OS: High Sierra 10.13.6
MOBO: Aorus X570 Ultra v1.2
Kext: SmallTreeIntel82576 v1.2.5 (version for Sierra) (listed in config.plist, kenel, add)
Audio ALC 1220-VB also not working with alcid=29 but I can see that later.
Any idea. Thanks in advance.
Ethernet is now working. I changed MinKernel for SmallTreeIntel82576.kext from 19.0.0 to 12.0.0 (in Kernel > Add >3 > MinKernel)You need to swap the Ethernet kext I’m using for the older version v1.2.5 compatible with High Sierra, (but I see you say you have done that)
Change alcid=29 to 7 or 1.
My EFI is very much setup for Big Sur or Catalina but it doesn’t take much to make it work for anything older.
Hi and thanks for your valuable work. I try hard to get all Waves Plugins to work in Logic X Pro. However some of them fail.