- Aorus X570 Ultra v1.2 (with 5800x), Nvidia GTX 1060 6Go, High Sierra 10.13.6 17G14042, Nvidia Web drivers 318.104.22.168.40.140 -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)
Patched SmallTree kext for I211-AT support. Contribute to khronokernel/SmallTree-I211-AT-patch development by creating an account on GitHub.github.com
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.
While trying to use 1,1 did you disable the SecureBootModel?- Aorus X570 Ultra v1.2 (with 5800x), Nvidia GTX 1060 6Go, High Sierra 10.13.6 17G14042, Nvidia Web drivers 322.214.171.124.40.140 -
I made progress.
Audio is working with alcid = 11
Nvidia Web drivers are working with nvda_drv=1
Ethernet is working with SmallTree v1.2.5
iMacPro1,1 definition is conducting to freeze on Apple logo when updating (security update 2020-005), but it is working fine with iMac14,2.
(I don't understand why. I tested iMac14,2 because it was working fine in the past on my old config and High Sierra).
All what I tested (and need) is working except the 4 USB 2.0 in the back, and some hard disks are seen as external (but internal on SATA).
What are you using to see the USB map?
Thanks for all your precious advices.
In my case, if WEG is unchecked, the DP port monitor(main) is not recognized. And if I delete agdpmod=pikera, the entire monitor not be recognized. I'm using a triple monitor (DP, HDMI1, HDMI2)Yes and disable whatevergreen from the kernel too.
Thanks. I will do.While trying to use 1,1 did you disable the SecureBootModel?
The USB is already mapped out 100% correct For your board, all you need to do is change the USBMap to coincide with the new smbios and it will kick into life.
You can use the IORegistry app to examine your USB paths to correct it all.
Clone IOReg from Apple's site. Contribute to khronokernel/IORegistryClone development by creating an account on GitHub.github.com
also read the OC guide on how to remap the work that’s already done as it should only take you a few mins to correct.
You only remove agdpmod=pikera if you disable WEG (it’s a WEG boot argument)Screw it, yolo and crap:
Maybe beta isn’t more unstable than release these days with macOS.
Everything works fine so far. I can remove my GPU disable hack (finally!), so sound will work out of the box. And then I can release the turtle and let him out into the deep ocean (no more GT 730, yay). I use DisplayPort and my first subjective impression was that the colors were slightly muted, but it was mainly a calibration issue and the overall image quality is way better now than with the ancient GT 730 I had to use because of missing drivers. I guess I’m one lucky bastard.
For full reference: I had to add agdpmod=pikera to boot-arg, because I would get a black screen fairly late in the boot process when WindowServer activates. I also left WEG enabled, I guess it mostly has a negative performance impact right now?
I didn’t know VMWare is compatible with a AMD setup So this is a first to me I’m afraid. I know there was an older version that worked but I thought that was broken ages ago.Thank you very much for the best OC related information I ever read, AudioGod.
It works nearly perfect here
Just one issue is left. If I try to start a VirtualMachine I get the error message: "to start the vM there is not enough physical memory available".
On the same PC with Clover and Catalina it works nice.
Sadly VM Ware is very important to me.
Any help with this is welcome,