Good news, you were right about my GPU. I replaced the old Vega 56 with a 5700 XT and I no longer have the issues I was previously experiencing!
Whilst I was upgrading my GPU, I decided to replace my old fan cooler for the CPU with an 360mm AIO and I also added the GC Titan Ridge...
So I reinstalled Monterey 12.5 - same issue
After that I wiped the SSD and reinstalled Big Sur latest release - unfortunately same issue
I have also tried using HDMI instead of DisplayPort and also unplugged any other GPU in the system. No luck.
Someone mentioned to disable AppleGFXHDA.kext as...
Tried some terminal commands but none of those have worked unfortunately either. Also tried a different DisplayPort cable and made sure all the GPU connections were firmly in. Sadly no success.
Casey, would it still be a GPU issue if the same HEVC file from my iPhone plays back fine under...
Yep just tested it.
HEVC video recorded on an iPhone 13 with no DRM - Garbled video playback in both finder and QuickTime player.
H.264 video recorded on an iPhone 13 with no DRM - Perfect playback in both finder and Quicktime Player.
Apple TV+ - Garbled video playback.
Netflix via Safari -...
Not sure if you or anyone else for that matter has experienced the following issue and knows how to fix it. Its the last remaining 'bug' in my Hackintosh build.
So basically whenever I play back either HEVC recorded files from my iPhone or another persons iPhone on my Mac, the...
Thats even more strange if that kext was present in your EFI then.
I double checked and definitely dont have agdpmod=pikera as a boot arg in NVRAM.
I only have the Vega 56 in Slot 1 and the Nvidia 3070Ti in Slot 2 which is disabled via the SSDT you created for me last year.
I made sure to...
So after enabling the MCEReporterDisabler.kext both my original OpenCore 0.7.5 and the updated 0.8.0 EFI can now boot into Monterey 12.3.1.
But now I keep getting WindowServer crashes constantly once I log in and the system either hands up freezing or rebooting. Here is the message log I was...
I just nuked my SSD with the Monterey install on it and plugged in my Big Sur USB installer.
Ran through the full install and setup, mounted my EFI partition and put the 0.8.0 EFI I shared with you earlier and rebooted and it was working fine. I rebooted several times and during the Open Canopy...
Yes of course, I had previously backed up my working EFI so I will send it shortly.
So what happened is I booted into my Mac and got the notification for 12.3.1 so began downloading it. I had previously been on 12.1 without issue. It then rebooted and began installing and I was like 'oh crap, I...
I tried this EFI and popped in my Platform Info and rebooted.
Unfortunately it ends up with a prohibited sign after about 15-20 seconds of showing the Apple logo and progress bar.
The Hack was running great before the 12.3.1 and OpenCore 0.8.0 update. GPU, Hardware acceleration...
I tried your config.plist but sadly it resulted in the same issue so I done as you said and applied verbose and it came up with this message and then just hangs:
X86platformplugin::getCPUCStates - Unexpected data for C1
I hope you have been keeping well.
I just needed a bit of assistance. I have updated my Hackintosh to Monterey 12.3.1 and also updated to OpenCore 0.8.0 as I was still on 0.7.5 from back in November. Normally I have had no problem updating OpenCore but this time when I pick my Mac...