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BIOS settings (Asus - Asrock - Gigabyte - MSI)

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Premesse:

 

- non ho inventato niente... sono tutte info sparse in rete, le raduno qui per comodità nostra e dei frequentatori del forum.

 

- se ci sono errori, imperfezioni, novità è gradita la segnalazione ;) i lavori sono sempre in corso...

 

[GIGABYTE]

 

- Load Optimized Defaults

 

- M.I.T. -> Advanced Memory Settings Extreme Memory Profile (X.M.P.) : Profile1 oppure Auto

 

- BIOS -> Fast Boot : Disabled

 

- BIOS -> LAN PXE Boot Option ROM : Disabled

 

- BIOS -> Storage Boot Option Control : UEFI

 

- Peripherals -> Trusted Computing -> Security Device Support : Disable

 

- Peripherals -> Network Stack Configuration -> Network Stack : Disabled

 

- Peripherals -> USB Configuration -> Legacy USB Support : Auto

 

- Peripherals -> USB Configuration -> XHCI Hand-off : Enabled

 

- Chipset -> Vt-d : Disabled

 

- Chipset -> Wake on LAN Enable : Disabled

 

- Chipset -> IOAPIC 24-119 Entries : Enabled

 

 

news 02-06-2019 Nei recenti BIOS della serie Z390 sezione Boot è comparsa la voce

 

CSM: impostare disable (thanks Baio77)

 

 

Scheda video dedicata dGPU:

 

- Peripherals -> Initial Display Output : PCIe 1 Slot

 

- Chipset -> Integrated Graphics : Disabled

 

 

Scheda video integrata iGPU:

 

- Peripherals -> Initial Display Output : IGFX

 

- Chipset -> Integrated Graphics : Enabled

 

- Chipset -> DVMT Pre-Allocated :128Mb x Monitor 4K altrimenti impostare 64Mb

 

[ASUS]

 

- Load Optimized Defaults

 

- AI Tweaker \ Ai Overclock tuner -> Auto

 

- Advanced \ CPU Configuration -> Intel Virtualizaiton Technology: Enabled

 

- Advanced \ System Agent (SA) Configuration -> Vt-d: Disabled

 

- Advanced \ PCH Configuration -> IOAPIC 24-119 Entries: Enabled

 

- Advanced \ Onboard Devices Configuration -> RGB LED Lighting -> When system is in sleep,hibernate or soft off states: OFF

 

- Advanced \ AMP Configuration -> Power On By PCI-E/PCI

 

- Advanced \ Network Stack Configuration -> Network Stack: Disabled

 

- Advanced \ USB Confguration -> Legacy USB Support: Auto

 

- Boot -> Fast Boot : Disabled

 

- Boot -> Secure Boot -> OS Type : Other OS

 

 

 

Scheda video dedicata dGPU:

 

- Advanced \ System Agent (SA) Configuration \ Graphics Configuration -> Primary Display: PCIE

 

- Advanced \ System Agent (SA) Configuration \ Graphics Configuration -> iGPU Multi Monitor: Disabled

 

 

Scheda video integrata iGPU:

 

- Advanced \ System Agent (SA) Configuration \ Graphics Configuration -> Primary Display: IGFX (Optional) Hardware Acceleration

 

- iGPU Multi-Monitor: Enabled will cause Primary Display to be set to IGFX. If you are using a dedicated graphics card change it back to PEG

 

- Advanced \ System Agent (SA) Configuration\Graphics Configuration -> iGPU Multi-Monitor: Enabled

 

- For DVMT Pre-Allocated to show in BIOS you may need to save & reenter BIOS after setting iGPU Multi-Monitor: Enabled

 

- Advanced \ System Agent (SA) Configuration\Graphics Configuration -> DVMT Pre-Allocated :128Mb x Monitor 4K altrimenti impostare 64Mb

 

[ASROCK]

 

- Load Optimized Defaults

 

- OC Tweaker \ DRAM Configuration -> Load XMP Setting : XMP 2.0 Profile 1 oppure Auto

 

- Advanced \ CPU Configuration -> Intel Virtualization Technology : Enabled

 

- Advanced \ Chipset Configuration -> Vt-d : Disabled

 

- Advanced \ Chipset Configuration -> IOAPIC 24-119 Entries: Enabled

 

- Advanced \ Storage Configuration -> Sata Mode Selection: AHCI

 

- Advanced \ Super IO Configuration -> Serial Port: Disabled

 

- Advanced \ USB Configuration -> Legacy USB Support : Enabled

 

- Advanced \ USB Configuration -> PS/2 Simulator : Disabled

 

- Advanced \ USB Configuration -> XHCI Hand-off : Enabled

 

- Security \ Secure Boot -> Secure Boot: Disabled

 

- Boot -> Fast Boot: Disabled

 

- Boot -> Boot From Onboard LAN: Disabled

 

 

Scheda video integrata iGPU:

 

- Advanced \ Chipset Configuration -> Primary Graphics Adapter : Onboard

 

- Advanced \ Chipset Configuration -> Share Memory : 128Mb x Monitor 4K altrimenti impostare 64Mb

 

- Advanced \ Chipset Configuration -> IGPU Multi-Monitor : Enabled

 

 

Scheda video dedicata dGPU:

 

- Advanced \ Chipset Configuration -> Primary Graphics Adapter : PCI Express

 

- Advanced \ Chipset Configuration -> IGPU Multi-Monitor : Disabled

 

[MSI]

 

- Save & Exit → Restore Defaults : Yes

 

- Settings \ Advanced \ Integrated Peripherals → Network Stack : [Disabled]

 

- Settings \ Advanced \Integrated Peripherals → Intel Serial IO : [Disabled]

 

- Settings \ Advanced \ USB Configuration → XHCI Hand-off : [Enabled]

 

- Settings \ Advanced \ USB Configuration → Legacy USB Support : [Auto]

 

- Settings \ Advanced \ Windows OS Configuration → MSI Fast Boot : [Disabled]

 

- Settings \ Advanced \ Windows OS Configuration → Fast Boot : [Disabled]

 

- Overclocking → Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P) : [Enabled]

 

- Overclocking \ CPU Features → Intel Virtualization Tech : [Enabled]

 

- Overclocking \ CPU Features → Intel VT-D Tech : [Disabled]

 

- Settings \ Boot → Boot mode select : [LEGACY+UEFI] NB questa impostazione potrebbe essere legata al CSM, quindi in caso di problemi durante l'installazione o con schede video AMD impostare su UEFI

 

- Settings \ Boot → Boot Option #1: UEFI: “macOS_flash_drive_name“

 

 

In base alla GPU che stai utilizzando, modifica le seguenti impostazioni:

 

Scheda video dedicata (dGPU):

 

Settings \ Advanced \ Integrated Graphics Configuration → Initiate Graphic Adapter : PEG

 

 

Scheda video integrata Intel (iGPU):

 

Advanced \ Integrated Graphics Configuration → Initiate Graphic Adapter : IGD

 

- Settings \ Advanced \ Integrated Graphics Configuration → DVMT Pre-Allocated :128Mb x Monitor 4K altrimenti impostare 64Mb

 

(64MB se è il massimo che puoi impostare)

 

(Optional) Wake hackintosh from sleep thru Input:

 

Advanced \ Wake Up Event Setup → Resume By USB Device : [Enabled]

 

 

 

NB: con schede video AMD il CSM deve essere su disable per tutte le marche di schede madri

 

 

 

*nov* Settembre 2019

 

UPDATE 2: su alcuni bios recenti, primo visionato un portatile HP di bubbleg5, ssdt awac non può funzionare, quindi vi è un più idoneo:

[url="https://www.macos86.it/showthread.php?3750-BIOS-settings-(Asus-Asrock-Gigabyte-MSI)&p=118073&viewfull=1#post118073"]SSDT-RTC0[/url]

 

 

 

Aprile 2019 nota per: B360, B365, H310, H370, Q370, Z390 in generale per tutti le marche di schede madri:

CLOVER Acpi/DSDT Patched

Comment: [b]Fix RTC _sta issue[/b]

Find: [b]79001415 5F535441 00A00A93[/b]

Repl: [b]79001415 5A535441 00A00A93[/b]


OC --> [url="https://www.macos86.it/showthread.php?3750-BIOS-settings-(Asus-Asrock-Gigabyte-MSI)&p=118073&viewfull=1#post118073"]SSDT-AWAC[/url]

[i consigli di vit9696]

 

 

Before using AptioMemoryFix please ensure that you have:

 

 

 

Most up-to-date UEFI BIOS firmware (check your motherboard vendor website).

 

 

 

Fast Boot and Hardware Fast Boot disabled in BIOS if present.

 

 

 

Above 4G Decoding or similar enabled in BIOS if present.

 

WARNING: On some motherboards (notably ASUS WS-X299-PRO) this option causes adverse effects, and must be disabled. While no other motherboards with the same issue are known, consider this option to be first to check if you have erratic boot failures.

 

 

 

VT-d disabled in BIOS if present (you could also drop ACPI DMAR table with a bootloader).

 

 

 

No slide boot argument present in NVRAM or anywhere else (it is not necessary unless you cannot boot at all or see No slide values are usable! Use custom slide! message from AptioMemoryFix).

 

 

 

CFG Lock (MSR 0xE2 write protection) disabled in BIOS if present (consider patching it otherwise if you have enough skills). See VerifyMsrE2 section for more details.

 

 

 

CSM disabled in BIOS if present (you may need to flash GOP ROM on NVIDIA 6xx/AMD 2xx or older, using GopUpdate or AMD UEFI GOP MAKER could simplify things).

 

 

 

EHCI/XHCI Hand-off enabled in BIOS only if boot stalls unless USB devices are disconnected.

 

 

 

VT-x, Hyper Threading, Execute Disable Bit enabled in BIOS if present.

 

 

 

While it may not be required, sometimes you have to disable Thunderbolt support, Intel SGX, and Intel Platform Trust in BIOS if present. When debugging sleep issues you may want to (temporarily) disable Power Nap and automatic power off, which appear to sometimes cause wake to black screen or bootloop issues on older platforms. The particular issues may vary, but in general you should check ACPI tables first. Here is an example of a bug found in some Z68 motherboards. To turn Power Nap and the others off run the following commands in Terminal:

 

 

sudo pmset autopoweroff 0


sudo pmset powernap 0


sudo pmset standby 0

 

Note, that these settings may reset at hardware change and in certain other circumstances. To view their current values run pmset -g.

 

 

 

Note, if you see a lot of Start/End lines in verbose mode you must ensure you do not have bootercfg variable stored in NVRAM. See this post for details. If it still does not help you could use the following command in Terminal (either with System Integrity Protection disabled or from Recovery HD):

 

sudo nvram bootercfg="log=0 debug=0"

Edited by iCanaro

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Posted (edited)

Nota per i possessori di Asus H370 in caso di problemi... Gengik mi ha fatto notare che questo setup

 

https://www.macos86.it/viewtopic.php?p=30548#p30548">viewtopic.php?p=30548#p30548" [link non funzionante]

 

è stato molto utile ai fini della installazione che era problematica:

 

 

SYSTEM TIME AND ALARM SOURCE:

 

- acpi time and alarm device

 

- legacy

 

impostare su Legacy (RTC)

 

Edited by iCanaro

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In caso di problemi con bios recenti su serie 370 e 390, qualora l'opzione nel bios sopra citata non sia presente, aggiungete questa patch sul config

 

in Acpi/DSDT Patched

 

Comment: Fix RTC _sta issue
Find:79001415 5F535441 00A00A93
Repl:79001415 5A535441 00A00A93

 

Testata su Asus quindi va bene anche per Asrock quasi sicuramente e testata su un gigabyte Z370 con bios F13 di @netgear

 

 

UPDATE: Può essere usato ssdt allegato al posto della patch, il quale risolve il problema RTC (awac) in modo anche migliore

 

UPDATE 2: su alcuni bios recenti, primo visionato un portatile HP, ssdt awac non può funzionare, quindi vi è uno idoneo.

SSDT-RTC0.aml.zip

SSDT-AWAC.aml.zip

Edited by Gengik84

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"Gengik84" post_id="31678" time="1555613713" user_id="2">

In caso di problemi con bios recenti su serie 370 e 390, qualora l'opzione nel bios sopra citata non sia presente, aggiungete questa patch sul config

 

in Acpi/DSDT Patched

[code]Comment: Fix RTC _sta issue
Find:79001415 5F535441 00A00A93
Repl:79001415 5A535441 00A00A93

[/code]

 

Testata su Asus quindi va bene anche per Asrock quasi sicuramente e testata su un gigabyte Z370 con bios F13 di @netgear

 

Testata su ASRock B360m Pro4, va

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"Gengik84" post_id="31678" time="1555613713" user_id="2">

UPDATE: Può essere usato ssdt allegato al posto della patch, il quale risolve il problema RTC (awac) in modo anche migliore

 

SSDT-AWAC.aml.zip

 

UPDATE 2: su alcuni bios recenti, primo visionato un portatile HP, ssdt awac non può funzionare, quindi vi è uno idoneo.

 

SSDT-RTC0.aml.zip

Buon di a TUTTI , volevo confermare che l'SSDT-RTC0 ha funzionato su 2 Laptop HP , sotto le schermate di blocco di 1 dei 2 Laptop

 

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