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Ethernet Compatibility List for macOS [1GbE, 5GbE, 10GbE, 25GbE, 40GbE, 50GbE, 100GbE]

Fixed it already :) Security Level option was bugged. In bios it showed SL0 but really was set to SL1. Redid it and everything works.
Good hack!
 
Hi everyone!

I'm looking for help with two situations related to 10Gb Ethernet cards on my Hackintosh.

The first situation involves a TPLink TX401 card with an Aquantia 107 chipset. When I connected it to my Hackintosh (Sonoma 14.1.1, iMac 19,1, Gigabyte Z170, Core i7 6th gen, 16GB RAM), it was recognized after enabling ForceAquantiaEthernet in the OC Configurator and disabling Disableiomapper. However, upon reboot, all my USB 2 and 3 ports were completely disabled, leaving only 2 USB 3.1 ports active.

The second situation involves a StarTech card with 2 10Gb ports and an Intel x540 chipset. I installed the IntelLucy driver and removed the IntelMausi driver, deactivated ForceAquantiaEthernet, reactivated Disableiomapper, removed the TPLink, and installed the StarTech in the same PCIx8 slot. Upon reboot, the screen went black after the boot process, but the computer was still active, and I could access it via screen sharing. Everything was functional except for the video output from my Radeon RX580. I was even more surprised when I discovered that only the DisplayPort output was active. Everything else seems to work fine. I haven't been able to test the Ethernet speed because my new switch hasn't arrived yet. By the way, VT-d is enabled in the BIOS.

I would greatly appreciate any comments or recommendations.

Thanks a lot!
 
Hi everyone!

I'm looking for help with two situations related to 10Gb Ethernet cards on my Hackintosh.

The first situation involves a TPLink TX401 card with an Aquantia 107 chipset. When I connected it to my Hackintosh (Sonoma 14.1.1, iMac 19,1, Gigabyte Z170, Core i7 6th gen, 16GB RAM), it was recognized after enabling ForceAquantiaEthernet in the OC Configurator and disabling Disableiomapper. However, upon reboot, all my USB 2 and 3 ports were completely disabled, leaving only 2 USB 3.1 ports active.

The second situation involves a StarTech card with 2 10Gb ports and an Intel x540 chipset. I installed the IntelLucy driver and removed the IntelMausi driver, deactivated ForceAquantiaEthernet, reactivated Disableiomapper, removed the TPLink, and installed the StarTech in the same PCIx8 slot. Upon reboot, the screen went black after the boot process, but the computer was still active, and I could access it via screen sharing. Everything was functional except for the video output from my Radeon RX580. I was even more surprised when I discovered that only the DisplayPort output was active. Everything else seems to work fine. I haven't been able to test the Ethernet speed because my new switch hasn't arrived yet. By the way, VT-d is enabled in the BIOS.

I would greatly appreciate any comments or recommendations.

Thanks a lot!
No idea without PR files.
 

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