Since I cant correctly boot, I'm using the terminal available booting recovery partition.
I already update lilu.kext at Library/Extensions and at EFI/CLOVER/kext/Other.
But continue to fail to boot.
Do I need to update caches? How can I do that since I'm not running the macOS partition?
Have the same error message. I never used lilu.kext before, and my system always boot correctly until the 10.13.2 update without lilu.kext.
What is the solution? Reinstall again the 10.13.1?
Thanks in advance.
You must generate again the SSDT.aml file.
Each SSDT.aml is OS X and SMBIOS dependent! So the files that you have doesn't work for other OS version. If you change SMBIOS, you have to generate new SSDT.aml file!
For 10.11 - El Capitan, you have to generate the SSDT.aml with the release version of ssgPRgen.sh (use it without parameters) to boot with xcpm flag.
For 11.12 - Sierra, you have to use the beta/test version of ssgPRgen.sh (again, without parameters).
Uhm... seems to be the same problem that I reported with sierra preview: http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/hp-elitebook-9470m-cpu-always-at-minimum-frequency.200609
Maybe I will try to install sierra during this weekend...
Thanks for the quick reply.
Seems that I missed that parameter... but unfortunately didn't solve :(
In fact is even worst, since it doesn't boot. Tried lots of combinations:
ssdtPRGen -w 1
ssdtPRGen -w 2
clover boot parameter -xcpm
Always fails with the text in...
I installed last Sierra Beta and all seems to work using the guide for El Capitan from @RehabMan .
But, I found a problem: the CPU is always running at the minimum frequency (800MHz) - checked with Intel Power Gadget.
Have already tested with the master and beta version of ssdtPRGen.sh...
The sound is working OK.
I reinstall your script and changed to 9,2 SMBIOS.
Now the SSDT.aml is loaded, but I have to boot with -xcpm flag (strange?). Without the flag the laptop restart at boot with a message like: Pstate 18 at step 17.
Also verified that now, even if I change again to 5,2...