- May 2, 2020
Might be a little more complicated. The Type-C is marked as USB 3.2, could be one of the X570S that come with a 4th USB Controller to provide USB 3.2 gen 2x2 with 20 Gbit/s.
The front USB-C port on the X570-E is 3.2 gen 2 but not 2x2 obviously but that works fine so maybe it will work but just run at gen 2 speeds instead. Be intreating to find out either way.Might be a little more complicated. The Type-C is marked as USB 3.2, could be one of the X570S that come with a 4th USB Controller to provide USB 3.2 gen 2x2 with 20 Gbit/s.
Your method works but is very flawed as you shouldn’t boot into MacOS with the smbios changed to 17,1. This is a very bad idea and will reek havoc with your iCloud account and put traces the 17,1 smbios into your install that you will need to clean out again after you are done or risk breaking stuff like your Apple Watch unlock etc etc.macOS Monterey Beta 7 Working with AudioGod's current EFI!
The process is a little more involved than the Beta 6 upgrade but the following steps worked for me (as outlined by @AudioGod in an alternate thread):
1. Copy your current EFI folder to a USB drive.
2. Open the config file in your current EFI folder (boot drive) and change Misc > Security > SecureBootModel to j160.
3. Open the config file in the EFI folder on the USB drive you just copied and change PlatformInfo > Generic > SystemProductName to iMac17,1.
4. (Re)boot off your current EFI folder. The update should now show up. Click Update Now.
5. While the update is downloading, open the config file in your current EFI folder and change Misc > Security > SecureBootModel back to Default (or Disabled).
6. Here's the tricky part. After the first reboot, override the default BIOS EFI option and boot off of the USB drive. Make sure the system selects the Macintosh HD volume.
7. After the second reboot, once again select your default BIOS EFI boot option. The system should select your Monterey volume and continue the install.
8. Bob's your uncle.
You can yes but it’s a bit of a process.Howdy, is that possible to update to update stable Big Sur to Monterey with OC 0.7.3 or is it still not supported yet? If so what are the necessary steps. Thanks
I will check for you when I get home bud@AudioGod @Shaneee
Hi guys, how are you doing?
I have a question regarding the Intel GBE I211 on my X570 Aorus Elite Rig. I'm using SmallTreeIntel82576 2.kext v1.0 and I also tested all the other kexts in the Intel I211-AT Alternative to SmallTree thread but the results was the same.
The issue is that I can't monitor the transfer speed (specially download speed) with Activity Monitor and iStatMenu it only shows 0 KB/s.
I'm using Big Sur 11.6 and I wanted to see if you have the same issue or it's just me?
Thanks in advance
The PCI devices list is not meant to be populated on a hackintosh but you can populate it yourself if you really want to. The thing is that it’s purely cosmetic and you gain nothing from it and it also can have a negative effect on performance so I highly advise against it.Hi @AudioGod,
I used your EFI with X570 Aorus Master, 5950X, 6800 XT, so far everything good, just 2 problems: there’s no pci devices shown in PCI devices list, and the more important is, I can not connect over 3 usb devices, if connect 4th device or more, there’s always error “USB Accessories need power”. Do you have any idea why it happens? Thanks.
Not a lot TBH lolHello AudioGod. I maybe a little late to party but I have a working SMBIOS using iMacPro1,1. Could someone explain why or what advantages there are to switch to MacPro7,1 please.
ok - thanks. I have a Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB so maybe it is worth it? Although I always worry that changing stuff like that can cause things to go wrong...Not a lot TBH lol
its a newer SMBIOS and better for Navi/Big Navi GPUs but it was changed from 1,1 to 7,1 mainly by request from the masses.
It definitely won’t hurt to change over just remember to sign out of the icloud before you do and generate new SMBIOS details for yourself for 7,1.ok - thanks. I have a Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB so maybe it is worth it? Although I always worry that changing stuff like that can cause things to go wrong...
Hi, I tried to remap usb by USBToolBox on Windows, but hackintosh can not boot into home screen with new USBMap.kext. Do I need to change port name or something? I checked your USBMap.kext, there's a lot different with the kext create with USBToolBox, such as keys value. For example, in your kext, the key is "MacPro7,1-XHC0" but in my build kext, it's "10:0:0".The PCI devices list is not meant to be populated on a hackintosh but you can populate it yourself if you really want to. The thing is that it’s purely cosmetic and you gain nothing from it and it also can have a negative effect on performance so I highly advise against it.
For your USB problems that I’ve never come across before you could try remapping usb and see if it helps.
use USBToolBox to do it and if you do the mapping via windows it’s all very easy and automatic.
instructions can be found on the GitHub.