So i ran the update as I usually do for my system, i updated my Nvidia driver, applied the patch for the black screen issue, and i am now experiencing a kernel panic error that i am not able to decipher... Any help would be extremely appreciated. Thanks!
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So, my hackintosh has been working flawlessly for like 2 months now. No problems as all. I was using it last night even, but when I tried to use it this afternoon the screen was just black and when I tried to restart it I got a Kernal Panic (I have attached picture). This is my first...
I have created a bootable usb of Mac os Sierra in UEFI mode. I can open the bootloader but when i boot from usb it goes in kernel panic. I have tried with 'nv_disable=0', '-v', '-x', 'GraphicsEnabled=No' but i get the same error everytime. I have AtherosE2200Ethernet, FakeSMC...
I have change my system defination to 14,2 and from then kernal panic started i cant do any thing...but i can have access to clover boot option...and i can go to safe mode...
But i cant go to regular mode
And my mac app store also not working....
Intel i5 4690k
MSI Gaming 5 Z97
16gb Kingston HyperX Fury Ram
PNY CS1111 120gb SSD
MSI GTX 970
I have previously had success with this setup before with 10.12.x, but had to drop macOS for linux for a short while. Trying to come back to macOS now and have been running into issues with...
Lately I acquired a 5 year-old Dell Optiplex 7010 that's in great condition, and it still performs pretty well. So I decided to install MacOS Sierra on it using Unibeast. However, there's two issues i've been running into constantly since I installed the MacOS drivers using Multibeast. Half the...
Getting this message when using verbose(-v).
busy timeout, (240s) kextd wait(0): 'AppleACPICPU'
I'm using USB owner ship+injection
Talk to me like I'm 5. Images would be great if you are giving me a mini guide.(I'm a picture person)
Like 5 mins after, I think I get a kernel panic...
I am attempting my first Hackintosh build on OS X Sierra (10.12.4). While doing so I seemed to have ran into a brick wall. I cant even get the initial setup going to install OS X. It gives a kernel panic every single time. I've tried everything I could think to do to try and fix...
I'm new to the forum, and have a question about a kernel panic I've been getting for a few days now. I've been doing what research I can into it, and tonight is the first time I've been able to even get this far. Anyway, a couple seconds into booting into the installer for El Cap...
I was trying to find some support about dual booting my pc with windows and OSX and I had everything figured out until I get through the bootloader and hit a kernel panic. Here's my specs:
Mobo: Asus Z97-E USB 3.1
CPU: Intel i5 4690k
GPU: GTX 970
RAM: 16GB (2 x 8gb) corsair vengeance ddr3 pro...
This is my first Hackintosh build. I was having bother getting the bootable usb to load into the osx installer but I eventually got it. Erased the SSD and installed Sierra with no issues.
Created my accounts and follow a guide as to what to do with multibeast after intall.
I have not installed OS X sierra yet just to trow that out there. when trying to boot the USB on the pc it panics with the following:
unable to find driver for this platform: \"AHCI\"'\n"@/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/xnu-3789.31.2/iokit/kernal/IOPlatformExpert.cpp:1672
i have tried...
I am using clover boot loader latest version ( as of 9Jan2016)
Nvidia Gtx650 gpu 2gb GDDR5
550w cooler master Powersupply
Gigabyte 8 series mother board
Usb Keyboard and mice.
128GB SSD for OSX and 2TB Sata HDD
VoodooHDA for Audio
Nvidia Web as graphics driver...
I've been using Clover 3763 and updated to Sierra successfully. I tried to update Clover to 3835 and I get a Kernal Panic. I've most of the options with now success. My backup drive is running El Capitan and it runs fine. The only way I can get Sierra running again is to do a new install of...
Hi, I'm trying to install Snow Leopard on my Dell Latitude D630 laptop, and I ran into this kernel panic. I've already encountered other kernel panics and managed to fix them for myself, but I just don't know where to really start with this one, so I was hoping somebody else on here could figure...
So I managed to install Sierra on Clover with hardly any problems. Everything seems to work fine, apart from the random rebooting. Every time I restart it takes about 2-3 restarts for Sierra to work. In some cases, in those 2-3 times, I may get a Kernal panic or get one immediately...
Everything are working as they should be, but when i restart i get a KP with this output. Every time is the same KP. I had previous build of el capitan installed with the same clover but i reinstalled again yosemite. The weird thing is that i have done this many times before with exact the same...
HyperX 32Gb 2133
Two Titan X Maxwell
ID's as Mac 3,1
With a little trouble, I was able to boot and install 10.11.6. I was able to restart, power off and on, and install applications and drivers without a problem. Audio was working through my usb amp...
these are my specs
MD : MSI Z97 gaming 5
CPU : i5 4590 Haswell
when i installed , i used tony guide on El Capitan using clover
and then used multibeast and used UEFI mode and other basic drivers and mac 3.1 system definitions ( i read that Haswell can use mac 14 system definitions )...