ASRock BIOS has two Thunderbolt-related settings:
- Advanced --> AMD PBS --> Thunderbolt
- Advanced --> AMD PBS --> Security
Have you connected either (a) USB-C flash drives or (b) any Thunderbolt 3 devices other
than a monitor? Do those devices work when you enable Thunderbolt and set Security to No Security
Is your Audio Interface a Thunderbolt device or USB-C device?
Hot plug will most likely not work without an SSDT injection, so it will be necessary to connect USB-C and TB3 devices before booting macOS.
Regarding WiFi and Bluetooth, the on-board Intel Wireless module is not compatible with macOS, but there's no need to remove it because it will work properly under Windows. Instead, we can install a Fenvi FV-T919 Broadcom card from Amazon or NewEgg. It will work natively in macOS without any third-party kexts -- truly plug and play.
However, we need to disable the USB port on which the Intel Wireless module connects Bluetooth. This can be done by first identifying the USB port in IORegistryExplorer
and creating a simple SSDT that sets the ACPI device status to 0. If you can provide your system's IOReg output (from IORegistryExplorer, select File --> Save As...) I can provide the SSDT. Then simply copy the SSDT to your CLOVER/ACPI/patched folder.
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X | ASRock X570 Creator | PowerColor Red Devil RX 580 | Broadcom 94360CS2 WiFi/BT | G.Skill TridentZ 32GB 3600MHz DDR4 | Silicon Power 1TB NVMe SSD | NZXT Kraken X62 AIO | EVGA SuperNova G2 850W PSU