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1 hour ago, iGPU said:

 

 

A few comments regarding your config file. But first, are you trying to boot into BS or new Monterey; if latter, then do a fresh install (as I mentioned in a recent post above).

 

When systems behave strangely, remove un-necessary items. In your case, remove the TB AIC (and note Spoiler below) and any USB devices if possible.

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Kext adjustment (also, if not necessary, since you had so many problems with I225, maybe disable those kexts and unplug your ethernet cables until system booting reliably):

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I'd use change these Kernel/Quirks (Boot/Quirks look ok):

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And you might try a MmioWhitelist variation:

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Your Patches look ok, but the following are not needed for BS onwards and could be removed:

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Finally, the UEFI section: a few changes to try:

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I started under 11.4 with the efi modified according to your remarks.

I launched the installation on a volume from the disk image which is in the application folder of BigSur 11.4 so a clean instal.

Same result, the first part is installed correctly but on the second start always the same error.

my modified config.plist following your remarks and the debug file.

config.plist Arrakis modified following Egpu.zipopencore-2021-07-18-171901.txt.zip

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It seems many people have some problems to update to beta 3 from Big sur 

I have had no problem in update from beta 1 and from 11.5 rc

also all is fine from a clean installation from usb pen

 

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@fabiosunno, i don't prefer to test with clover i don't know anything about it.
I prefer to stay on opencore because at least I am on familiar ground.
even though I don't have your knowledge levels.😀

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After the countless tests done in this period, which still continue, I got to enjoy a little beta 3 with the programs I use

Adobe suite works perfectly with the apps I use (Photoshop, After Effects, Media encoder and Premiere Pro)

Blackmagic Davinci Resolve also seems to have no obvious problems

 

Another positive note is also that the sleep / wake continues to work perfectly

 

well!

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Benchmarking Monterey B3 and new PR EFI:

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in Cinebench 23 84° (4* more than Big Sur ) and a bit less of multicore benchmark 

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Ciao Carlo

above 4g

i can use also off on 4g

try by now 🙂

 

edit:

no differences here

 

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43 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

Ciao Carlo

above 4g

i can use also off on 4g

try by now 🙂

 

 

I agree that Monterey is running smoothly with the best sleep/wake cycle that I've yet seen on the TRX40. 😃

 

What I want to ask you is how you get CB15 to run.

 

I've only gotten errors on Big Sur and Monterey. I've tried all sorts of permission approvals and I only see a series of these (spoiler) for each dylib element.

 

Spoiler

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3 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

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I did in this way (sip disabled)

otherwise I have this:

 

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Yes, I did that, but the key is that I did not disable SIP. (I must go to work, so later I try.)

 

Thanks!

 

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I managed to install the Monterey B1 version from an EFI OpenCore 0.7.1.

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Then I tried to boot with Shanne's PR EFI OpenCore 0.7.2 without success.

Even try all eGPU suggestions once again. Here

 

I spent my day trying multiple studies of combinations to no avail. I am stopping there for the moment.

I'm not even talking about attempts to upgrade Monterey B3 which each time breaks the installation of beta B1 and back to square one.😒

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For those who might be interested in creating patches (or at least, making a relatively simple one like for the Aquantia port), I made a post on another thread on this forum on my attempts at learning the basics of patch making.

 

 

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17 hours ago, Arrakis said:

I managed to install the Monterey B1 version from an EFI OpenCore 0.7.1.

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Then I tried to boot with Shanne's PR EFI OpenCore 0.7.2 without success.

Even try all eGPU suggestions once again. Here

 

I spent my day trying multiple studies of combinations to no avail. I am stopping there for the moment.

I'm not even talking about attempts to upgrade Monterey B3 which each time breaks the installation of beta B1 and back to square one.😒

 

3 comments.

  1. Remove the TB AIC during all testing.
  2. Since not using Shaneee's EFI with internalized Patch  0, did you adjust Patch 0 for your CPU core count, as fabiosun described here?
  3. Some Patch 0 variations use core-1, the above link, no "-1"; try both.

 

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Have we got an upgrade from Big Sur to Monterey b3 working yet without having to do fresh. Hope you all well, been busy filming!

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5 hours ago, Driftwood said:

Have we got an upgrade from Big Sur to Monterey b3 working yet without having to do fresh. Hope you all well, been busy filming!

 

I upgraded one drive with Big Sur 11.4 to M-ß3 and the Monterey OS was corrupted (e.g., no ethernet functionality; and who knows what else wasn't working. I had to do a fresh install and then all was working as expected. This is the recommended way even on the Intel side.

 

After the fresh install, you can do a data migration.

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@Driftwood

i can’t be an example because in this task I did many experimental test with also unreleased patches or Efi, also with clover bootloader.

now I am also using an unreleased count core patch included in a opencore debug release(I can’t see the difference in hex because it is yet compiled).

all this to say that in my case I have had zero problems to update from 11.4.11.5 12b1 or greater

i am using a simple configuration as usual and only aquantia Ethernet and a pciex4 adapter for my third NVME drive.

 

Motherboard nvme are fulfilled like 7sata ports with mechanical disks

 

Listening on the net some people have different problems to update overall on beta 3

i can’t say it because I hadn’t this problem at all.

by the way

happy filming👍

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Slightly off the mainstream topic (12.x booting), I have some random crashes I'm trying to figure out. The system works well, but sometimes, though seemingly randomly, I get a reboot.

 

I attached a screen. It seems to be CPU related, if I look at the listed kexts. But what could cause the random reboots? No over/underclock settings, CPU is at stock in BIOS.

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Cheers!

 

PS: Good luck with 12x Monty, all the power to you 🙂

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ciao @Allubzit seems (it is a my only opinion not confirmed by facts) that many users with 3960x have some problem, do you use Dummypowermanagement quirk?

maybe that problem I see also in @Arrakisrig could be topology related...

I will stay with regular Opencore and use old way to patch core count

 

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Cheers @fabiosun, always happy to see you 🙂

 

dummypowermanagement is Enabled

 

I'm using 0.7.0, not the newest 0.7.2, as well.

 

It's been a while, but I don't remember the Proxmox installation with ASRock TRX40 Creator /w 3960X having this problem. I don't have access to this system anymore, though.

 

PS: I'm on the  0.7.0 EFI @Arrakis and I improved (mostly his / this board's work, I'm sure)

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sorry, I see now you are in Big Sur OS and so it could be unrelated your CPU panic .

For many problems are with new patches for Monterey, overall for beta 2 an 3..

I am lucky, with my MSI and 3970x I have had no panic if I do not experiment too much

 

Proxmox way is different story and there many AMD cpu instruction are bypassed by virtualisation 

 

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On 7/21/2021 at 2:18 PM, Allubz said:

Slightly off the mainstream topic (12.x booting), I have some random crashes I'm trying to figure out. The system works well, but sometimes, though seemingly randomly, I get a reboot.

 

I attached a screen. It seems to be CPU related, if I look at the listed kexts. But what could cause the random reboots? No over/underclock settings, CPU is at stock in BIOS.

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Cheers!

 

PS: Good luck with 12x Monty, all the power to you 🙂

@AllubzHere is my EFI OpenCore 0.7.1 and with the CPU topology patch that Fabiosun talks about

Try it with this version of OpenCore to see if the problem persists.

 

@fabiosun You can put it in OP if you want.

 

Edit

This is the right one.

OpenCore 0.7.1 for Big Sur 11.4 & 11.5

EFI ARRAKIS OPENCORE0.7.1.zip

 

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In French, we say: I got my brushes tangled, it's not the right EFI, I deleted
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