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I just ended up clearing them from the Tools folder and it solved the problem. Thanks feartech. I'll update if installation goes well

EDIT: Installation went well but kernel panicked less than 5 minutes after installation. Here's the log it spat out:

panic(cpu 0 caller 0xffffff801c612667): "IOSCSIPeripheralDeviceType05::setPowerState(0xffffff804df8c8c0 : 0xffffff7f9cdc8234, 1 -> 4) timed out after 100724 ms"@/AppleInternal/BuildRoot/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/xnu/xnu-6153.141.2.2/iokit/Kernel/IOServicePM.cpp:5296
Backtrace (CPU 0), Frame : Return Address
0xffffff821a3abb40 : 0xffffff801bf1868d
0xffffff821a3abb90 : 0xffffff801c052ab5
0xffffff821a3abbd0 : 0xffffff801c04463e
0xffffff821a3abc20 : 0xffffff801bebea40
0xffffff821a3abc40 : 0xffffff801bf17d57
0xffffff821a3abd40 : 0xffffff801bf18147
0xffffff821a3abd90 : 0xffffff801c6bf2bc
0xffffff821a3abe00 : 0xffffff801c612667
0xffffff821a3abe50 : 0xffffff801c611f49
0xffffff821a3abe60 : 0xffffff801c6294de
0xffffff821a3abea0 : 0xffffff801c610cf8
0xffffff821a3abec0 : 0xffffff801bf5a645
0xffffff821a3abf40 : 0xffffff801bf5a171
0xffffff821a3abfa0 : 0xffffff801bebe13e

BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task
Boot args: igfxonln=1 -igfxlspcon -igfxtypec -cdfon alc-verbs=1do you have

Mac OS version:
19H15

Kernel version:
Darwin Kernel Version 19.6.0: Thu Oct 29 22:56:45 PDT 2020; root:xnu-6153.141.2.2~1/RELEASE_X86_64
Kernel UUID: 9B5A7191-5B84-3990-8710-D9BD9273A8E5
Kernel slide: 0x000000001bc00000
Kernel text base: 0xffffff801be00000
__HIB text base: 0xffffff801bd00000
System model name: MacBookPro15,2 (Mac-827FB448E656EC26)
System shutdown begun: NO
Panic diags file available: YES (0x0)

System uptime in nanoseconds: 511452071666
do you have an optical drive connected? try this post and this thread s a whole see if it helps
 
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do you have an optical drive connected? try this post and this thread s a whole see if it helps
Thanks, this fixed the problem. For some reason PowerTimeoutKernelPanic was disabled in config.plist...
Also a couple of things that work now include Restart, Shutdown, WiFi (using itlwm with HeliPort) and audio (changed layout-id to 15). Things that don't work as of now are HDMI output and sleep (I think SSDT-GPRW fixes it) but will update as needed.

The touchpad issue was my bad lol, I had to disable force click in System Preferences

EDIT: Sleep is still broken and HDMI not working but the laptop is still usable. Thanks guys
 

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Thanks, this fixed the problem. For some reason PowerTimeoutKernelPanic was disabled in config.plist...
Also a couple of things that work now include Restart, Shutdown, WiFi (using itlwm with HeliPort) and audio (changed layout-id to 15). Things that don't work as of now are HDMI output and sleep (I think SSDT-GPRW fixes it) but will update as needed.

The touchpad issue was my bad lol, I had to disable force click in System Preferences

EDIT: Sleep is still broken and HDMI not working but the laptop is still usable. Thanks guys
post your new working efi. others can't help without it
 
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done, thanks for the reminder lol
have you set your power settings in Hackintool? under the power tab, can you verify that hibernate mode is set to 0 and proximity wake is set to 0 and Standby is set to 0? also in Bios, make sure Intel SGX is enabled. I had a sleep/resatrt issue when it was disabled. as for HDMI, what happens when you plug in a HDMI cable? does laptop restart? have you tried closing your laptop lid then reopening the lid with the HDMI cable connected? try the above mentioned and report back

edit: also enable "DisableLinkedJettison" and Disable "XhciPortLimit" in Kernel section of Config.plist
 
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have you set your power settings in Hackintool? under the power tab, can you verify that hibernate mode is set to 0 and proximity wake is set to 0 and Standby is set to 0? also in Bios, make sure Intel SGX is enabled. I had a sleep/resatrt issue when it was disabled. as for HDMI, what happens when you plug in a HDMI cable? does laptop restart? have you tried closing your laptop lid then reopening the lid with the HDMI cable connected? try the above mentioned and report back

edit: also enable "DisableLinkedJettison" and Disable "XhciPortLimit" in Kernel section of Config.plist
I'll try verifying in hackintool later and report back hibernate mode is set to 3 in hackintool, however there is no proximity wake/standby, but I can attach a picture if needed. SGX is already enabled in BIOS. Note that this laptop is meant for DJing so I wouldn't want it going to sleep in the middle of playing music...
As for the HDMI the laptop simply doesn't do anything, it just doesn't recognize the HDMI even in sys preferences.

Also I noticed your EFI is in 0.6.0... should I update or leave as is?
 
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I'll try verifying in hackintool later and report back hibernate mode is set to 3 in hackintool, however there is no proximity wake/standby, but I can attach a picture if needed. SGX is already enabled in BIOS. Note that this laptop is meant for DJing so I wouldn't want it going to sleep in the middle of playing music...
As for the HDMI the laptop simply doesn't do anything, it just doesn't recognize the HDMI even in sys preferences.

Also I noticed your EFI is in 0.6.0... should I update or leave as is?
Disabled XhciPortLimit but DisableLinkedJettison cannot be found in config.plist
 
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I'll try verifying in hackintool later and report back hibernate mode is set to 3 in hackintool, however there is no proximity wake/standby, but I can attach a picture if needed. SGX is already enabled in BIOS. Note that this laptop is meant for DJing so I wouldn't want it going to sleep in the middle of playing music...
As for the HDMI the laptop simply doesn't do anything, it just doesn't recognize the HDMI even in sys preferences.

Also I noticed your EFI is in 0.6.0... should I update or leave as is?
use my Big Sur EFI found here https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...00-simple-setup-continued.308271/post-2210865. its reverse compatible for Catalina/Big Sur. just make the Changes for your 1080 Resolution under devices properties for iGPU. I'm using the same EFI for an Inspiron 7573 1080p i7 without any issues.
again, have you tried closing the laptop lid and opening the lid with the HDMI cable attached and the external monitor on? what happens when you do that? Your power management is not setup correctly. you should set Hibernatemode to 0. and if you do NOT see Standby and Proximity wake in Power tab in Hackintool, your power management is not setup correctly. if you're using SSDT-Plug.aml, swap it out for SSDT-Dortania-Plug.aml and see if that helps
 
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use my Big Sur EFI found here https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...00-simple-setup-continued.308271/post-2210865. its reverse compatible for Catalina/Big Sur. just make the Changes for your 1080 Resolution under devices properties for iGPU. I'm using the same EFI for an Inspiron 7573 1080p i7 without any issues.
again, have you tried closing the laptop lid and opening the lid with the HDMI cable attached and the external monitor on? what happens when you do that? Your power management is not setup correctly. you should set Hibernatemode to 0. and if you do NOT see Standby and Proximity wake in Power tab in Hackintool, your power management is not setup correctly. if you're using SSDT-Plug.aml, swap it out for SSDT-Dortania-Plug.aml and see if that helps
I am already using that EFI but will re-download for just in case, and yes can confirm I'm not using PLUG-DRTNIA. Closing and reopening the lid doesn't do anything either. EDIT: Closing and reopening the lid brings the computer out of sleep to the login screen but is very laggy for about 5 seconds, still no HDMI output.

I'll make the changes and report back
 
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I am already using that EFI but will re-download for just in case, and yes can confirm I'm not using PLUG-DRTNIA. Closing and reopening the lid doesn't do anything either. EDIT: Closing and reopening the lid brings the computer out of sleep to the login screen but is very laggy for about 5 seconds, still no HDMI output.

I'll make the changes and report back
once you re open the laptop,after the login screen appears, power off and then power on your external monitor. then check in system Report if you see a connection on the HDMI
 
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