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[BUG] Black screen 3 minutes after booting, CoffeeLake UHD 630

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MacBook Pro
Sorry for my negligence on this issue. After fixing SystemMemory addresses, everything works okay.
No more kernel panics, and the black screen issue hasn't come back at all.

Thank you @Fraxul @RehabMan @headkaze and vit for all your hard work. :)
 
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MacBook Pro
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iOS
I have pretty much everything working fine. You will have to replace the WiFi/Bluetooth card (I used a Broadcom BCM94352Z). I dual boot with Windows. I do not have the eGPU enabled in macOS. Of course I'm more than happy to provide my Clover folder.
Sadly, the gig that would have paid for the laptop fell through, so I'm going to be a bit delayed on this. But thanks for the offer! I'll pop in here again if/when I manage to get the machine.
 
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ASUS Aspire 7 A717-72G-700J
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i7-8750H / HM370
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UHD 630 + GTX 1060 6GB
For what it's worth, I don't have the 3-minute delay issue. Here are my findings:

I get the 3-minute delay if either or both of the following is applied:
  • hibernatemode set to 0
  • SSDT-RMCF in clover/acpi/patched

My setup:

  • hibernatemode is set to 3
  • Latest WhateverGreen + Lilu + AppleBacklightFixup + AppleBacklightInjector kexts
  • Patched SSDT-PNLF + SSDT-PNLFCFL in clover/acpi/patched
  • No SSDT-RMCF at all
  • Config.plist is attached

Note: Sleep/wake works fine for a short sleep but breaks bluetooth on wake (I blame the Intel WiFi/BT pci-e card I'm using because it's not supported and not supposed to work actually) - might be fixable but I don't use sleep so I'm not bothered.
 

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Hi, is there anyone solved this problem?
 
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Gigabyte Aero 15X v8
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For what it's worth, I don't have the 3-minute delay issue. Here are my findings:

I get the 3-minute delay if either or both of the following is applied:
  • hibernatemode set to 0
  • SSDT-RMCF in clover/acpi/patched

My setup:

  • hibernatemode is set to 3
  • Latest WhateverGreen + Lilu + AppleBacklightFixup + AppleBacklightInjector kexts
  • Patched SSDT-PNLF + SSDT-PNLFCFL in clover/acpi/patched
  • No SSDT-RMCF at all
  • Config.plist is attached

Note: Sleep/wake works fine for a short sleep but breaks bluetooth on wake (I blame the Intel WiFi/BT pci-e card I'm using because it's not supported and not supposed to work actually) - might be fixable but I don't use sleep so I'm not bothered.
@zacmks Did you check if this is true for your case?
 
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@zacmks Did you check if this is true for your case?
I kinda tested (not much much thoroughly), but as I recall I don't think that it worked for me.

Is it possible for you to test it better for us?
 
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This issue seemed to disappear after updating Clover to its latest version.
 
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iOS
This issue seemed to disappear after updating Clover to its latest version.
Don’t think so, maybe you updated WhateverGreen too? Coz latest versions apply the patches automatically.
 
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Don’t think so, maybe you updated WhateverGreen too? Coz latest versions apply the patches automatically.
Don't really know. The thing is that this issue magically dissapeared from my two Hackintosh laptops after some upgrade to latest versions of everything in Clover and /L/E. But I guess it was upgrading Clover itself what did the magic.
 
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