- Aug 11, 2016
- Asus Z170I PRO Gaming
- i5 6600k
- GTX 1060
If you disable WhateverGreen indeed -disablegfxfirmware is required not to have Apple drivers try and update your IGPU firmware. The hash data never returned error is the firmware update failing.
Since your computer boots, it seems like your WhateverGreen.kext is not finding a proper configuration when loading.
Two things I can think of:
- New device properties added in config.plist are not present in yours, WhateverGreen needs this to set the correct framebuffer configuration
- Some of your DSDT AML files in the patched folder are not up to date as per the repository.
This could cause a conflict in WhateverGreen as well, as the configuration moved from SSDT table to Device Property injection.
Thanks for the heads up. Im trying the newest repo from a thumb drive now to keep my main system stable.
I still get the same kernel panic though.
Completely used all files from the repo, after removing all old clover files.
Updated Clover to the latest version, and also installed all necessary kexts from your L/E to my L/E folder (kext beast, sudo kextcache -i/).
I've tried to make some changes to the SSDT-Config, specificly "Name(HIGH, 0)" as my FHD version only supports 1080p but this does not lead anywhere it seems.
There are a lot of ssdt's that are not included anymore, and also not necessary right? SSDT-ALC256.aml for example.
Whats the matter with ACPIBatteryManager.kext? It is included in /kexts/ but not in Clover/kexts/other/
Could anyone else with the 9360 FHD i7-7500u version report in if the newest repo works for him?