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  1. Ok, I edited the config file with OC Auxiliary Tool and IT WORKED! Got a fully working MacPro SMBIOS, all thanks to you!
  2. @MaLd0n Thanks, I did not use OCC because I read in places that it removes certain entries from the config.plist, but I did try OC Auxiliary Tool as well, and same results? I am now trying to get a fully functional MacPro7,1 setup, to take advantage of the 5700 XT and stop using the iGPU on the 9900K. Attached is my fully working EFI for iMac19,1 SMBIOS (removed the tools and resources folders to reduce file-size). I just have the following non-vanilla items: A kext to show SDCards inserted into my USB3 Card reader with the Apple-generated icons, not the generic pendrive icons. USB
  3. Hey @MaLd0n I can't seem to make any changes to this EFI. I am using ProperTree to edit, like get a new serial number, add my USBPorts kext, but even a single letter of change seems to upset everything. What do I need to bear in mind when editing this plist?
  4. Thanks for this EFI. Works just fine, but as soon as I switch to the imac19,1 SMIOS it starts showing a text-only bootpicker and then there is an apple logo without a progress slider.
  5. Something up with the Coffeelake Desktop version. I tried to boot from the EFI folder on a pendrive. It shows a "No schema..." error which goes away very quickly, too quickly to photograph or screenshot, then the text-only picker shows up. On selecting the HDD to boot from, it reboots and then boots into Mac recovery mode. I have a Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master with i9 9900K. Everything working perfectly from your last release of the EFI folder.
  6. Hi Guys, I was wondering if someone can help me reach a stable 5.1/5.2 GHz on my liquid-cooled (CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML240L) i9 9900K? I do have a rudimentatry OC going, but I don't think it's stable, as Geekbench and Cinebench crash the machine when they run. I followed this guide to reach where I am. I find that it gives me the right balance of power, when I need it, and efficiency, when I am not doing anything demanding.
  7. @MaLd0n My apologies, you are correct, as always! I am now able to see (with the exception of one - a WD My Passport Wireless Pro) USB 3 devices when connected. My issue now is that my Broadcom BRCM20702 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi hub is not connecting to my Bluetooth mouse anymore. Wi-Fi seems to be doing fine. I'm attaching my ioreg file for you to have a look. Please help... ioreg-file.rar
  8. Thanks @MaLd0n I'll try it out and let you know how it goes... UPDATE: I tried it but apparently the USB3 ports need power from the USB2 as well, to power USB3 drives, so they didn't work. I wanted to basically activate ALL my USB3 ports, and ONLY the USB2 that I need, and still stay within the 15-port limit set by Mac OS. Wishful thinking!
  9. Hey @MaLd0n, what if we only activate the USB2 component (say, HSXX) for each USB2 port and JUST the USB3 component (for example, SSXX) for each USB3 port? Will that allow the USB3 ports to still function as USB3 (even if without any USB2 functionality), or will it cause problems? Thanks
  10. Hey @MaLd0n Thanks for this amazing forum, and all the good work you are doing to help Hackintoshers worldwide. I am facing a problem, trying to help a friend install Catalina with your EFI folder (EFI OpenCore Serie 300.400.zip). His hardware is: Gigabyte Z490M Gaming X motherboard with latest F20 BIOS revision Intel i7 10700K processor Samsung 1 TB M.2 NVME drive 32 GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3200 RAM He has Windows on his machine, and he is trying the Windows method from the Dortania website, to create his installer USB. The problem is that we are (at be
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