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  1. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> Monterey Update 12.3.1 => 12.4 Kernel Panic

    EDIT: XhciPortLimit was killing the back panel USB ports for some reason. Out of all my ports only the internal ones worked (one bluetooth connected to wifi, and one USB connected to the front panel. So all the back panel USB ports were dead. I managed to log in with a wireless mouse and...
  2. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> Monterey Update 12.3.1 => 12.4 Kernel Panic

    Heyas, apologies for not replying in time, really busy week. Anyway, I came back to announce that I've successfully updated to 12.4 BUT there are a few caveats. First things first, I believe the kernel panic I am having seems to be USB related!.... the culprit are some remnants I carried over...
  3. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> Monterey Update 12.3.1 => 12.4 Kernel Panic

    Oh I see many thanks for that, I reckon they made lots of code improvements and that had to live in a separate "space" as a boot option that is a tool. I could do a fresh install indeed, but I work on this system. Mostly I am curious as to what could trigger it. I reckon I would have to get on...
  4. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> Monterey Update 12.3.1 => 12.4 Kernel Panic

    Final Update (for those who might experience such thing) The Kernel Panics was USB related. Specifically a result of two, port limit, kernel patches: IOUSBHostFamily / AppleUSBXHCI. These were patches I transfered over from MacMan's Build with Clover. Removing these allowed the update to boot...
  5. dalaranunion

    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    In my opinion, I wouldn't suggest you doing that (maybe I am wrong please correct me if so). Apple is using SMBios settings to determine which machine you are using. The serial you are using for your mac should be unique. What you can do is generate a serial, test the coverage with Apple. Once...
  6. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING – OpenCore Catalina wierd Kernel Panic

    Thanks @P1LGRIM, I have removed the kext (which seemed to be from an old EFI folder and things booted just fine. After a little bit of digging and 100+ reboots I have managed to make OpenCore work!! When I switched into the newest clover, I noticed the same kernelpanic which mentioned the...
  7. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING – OpenCore Catalina wierd Kernel Panic

    Sorry, it is the exactly same Kernel Panic as the one already attached. Edit: I tried to do the same with the latest clover and the kernel panic indicates the same kexts which have a problem (mach_kernel). Do we know anything about a _ZN60SKext ? Edit2: I have surpassed this error by...
  8. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING – OpenCore Catalina wierd Kernel Panic

    Made sure I have all the options as you mentioned, reset nvram, bios settings check, updated to latest OpenCore with all the tricks yet still it doesn't seem to work I am getting exactly same Kernel Panic. I tried to boot in Recovery and Recovery boots just fine. Is it that Recovery that uses...
  9. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING – OpenCore Catalina wierd Kernel Panic

    Here it is thanks again. Edit: I have just checked and Hackintool says that I am using an older version of open core Strange. I am going to update to the latest open core and transfer my Configplist settings into the new release. Lets see.
  10. dalaranunion

    << Solved >> ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING – OpenCore Catalina wierd Kernel Panic

    Hello all I wanted to first thank @MacMan for his amazing build. I was really happy to have a Hackintosh with clover for a long time. However it was one day that I have decided to switch from Clover to OpenCore. I know people say you should not touch what ever works, so maybe I am crazy Right...
  11. dalaranunion

    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    I was thinking to update, from Catalina to macOS Monterey. I was wondering if there is anyone who has experience of an upgrade where we skip a version. Also I was thinking of switching my bootloader to Opencore. I've seen some people around this thread saying that they got their OpenCore...
  12. dalaranunion

    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Could you please always boot on Verbose? A screen with a loading bar doesn't say much as to what causes it. :)
  13. dalaranunion

    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Hello and many thanks for the list, I have managed a couple of days ago to boot and complete the instalation fine. It was my mistake as I was messing drivers in /Library/Extensions/ Do you suggest to place everything in the /EFI partition then? What about the kexts, I thought these should be...
  14. dalaranunion

    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Hello All, first of all many thanks Macman for this really helpful guide and all the stuff put together so far. I was wondering if someone could help me as I don't know what I am doing wrong. Right so, I have followed the guide and I installed Catalina 10.15.3 just fine. I have MSI Vega 56 and...
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