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3 hours ago, valmeida said:

Hello everyone I have a question . I have a forum member  that has same identical  hardware expect for the CPU I have a 3970x  and he has a 3960x. For some reason when trying to boot I get this kernel panic. Do I have to make a change in the EFI for his CPU. 

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No

 

18 minutes ago, cleverhome said:

@fabiosun @valmeida I somehow, re-applied the patches.plist from AMD-OSX, and it was recognized the correct CPU, and it keep booting longer, to this section and automatically restart the system, any ideas? 

PS: My EFI same as @valmeida uploaded, just re-applied the pacthes.plist

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Post your mmio proper list

 

3 hours ago, Jaidy said:

So while I don’t think I would be able to source a RX 6800 XT or RX 6900 XT in three weeks, but is there a driver for these GPUs in Big Sur?

It seems so

but

to be sure we have to wait

 

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@cleverhome

if your system never booted in OS X post here if you want in exact order this stuff:

 

 

1) your bios version and all configuration settings

2) use an OpenCore debug version to have your exact MMIO list

3) DO NOT use as is other user EFI

 

after this, we have to simplify a bit your EFI to start, then, when it will boot, you can add all you need

As I have said to @valmeidawhen I helped him with his rig, your motherboard in my opinion is the best one available...

So it works and maybe better of others... 

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@fabiosun

Thank you very much for your time looking at my issue,

As per your advice, I have started build from scratch, here what I do:

1. Download OpenCore Debug from Github (0.6.4)

2. Follow Dortania guide (https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/AMD/zen.html#starting-point) to copy Sample.plist put in OC and rename it to be config.plist and follow his guide step by step.

 

But I can't boot up, it's ran so fast and automatically restart the system,  I even don't have enough time to capture it by phone (I don't have a capturing card),

In the attachment there're 5 files

1. My EFI ( all from scratch, except ACPI folder, that I use @valmeida files, and use ProperTree for Snapshot)

2. My Bios config (.txt file)

3. Boot logs (1st boot)

4. Boot logs (2nd boot which I read somewhere Running Mmapdum.efi can create log for what happening with the memory, I don't really know what does it mean)

5. My Hardware detail created by AIDA64, it's quite long list, you just need to read first page I guess, to save your time.

With all respects, and awaiting for help, looking for your time to have a review on my files and figure out what is my problem.

Thank you so much for your contributions and help.

Steve

 

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43 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

@cleverhomeHi

try this and see if it does better things

 

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try with CSM Disabled in your Bios

then if it starts or not post debug log

 

thanks

 

Thank you @fabiosun

It's stuck here, please see the attachment, also including Log file, please help

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config.plist.zip

 

your bios settings seem to be good

try only to enable ERP after first try of above config if it fails

 

in this config I have added for you all MMIO resulting from your previous debug

If you change some parameters on bios they could change and you have to recalculate them properly

 

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@fabiosun

It still get stuck, I attach the screenshot and Log file.

It seem happen as the first time, hanging for a while and loading something damn quickly then automatically restart.

The BIOS setting was kept the same, since you said it's good setting (I saved a profile, I reload the  profile every before trying to boot).

Awaiting for your further investigating.

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23 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

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this is last thing to try by now..with opencore)

I have no others ideas to try for now...

sorry

 

 

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20 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

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replace the config.plist and put ssdt you find in zip file inside ACPI folder (thanks @Gengik84to advice to try this)

 

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15 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

finish to try the others..

I have a big doubt also 🙂

your GPU has a UEFI bios?

could you try to enable CSM in ASUS bios and see if it works in a different way?

pS

out of ideas

 

I also tried this, CMS Enable, and Boot OS changed from Other OS to Windows UEFI too, no luck.

 

I don't know is it bother you If I can get in touch with you directly by Skype or Whatapp...then we can figure the problems easier? I even don't know much about coding or sometime don't understand such what MMIO means but I do strongly believe that we could make it work.

Awaiting for your acceptance.

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No sorry not possible that kind of help

my advice is to try with another disk if you can't define better if is a firmware related problem

Your system should start easily as we did with @valmeidasome months ago

so problems is elsewhere and I can't figure where by now

sorry

 

 

 

by the way..MMIO is important for post installation steps for a full functionality

in installation steps you could also null all of the to zero 

have you 4g parameter in bios?

ON/off

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