- Oct 8, 2015
- Dell XPS 13 9360
- Iris Plus 640
- Mobile Phone
I tried and I can boot in Recovery without any issue with my EFI and with yours. I proceeded repairing the disk. If I try to boot with your EFI as-is I experience the same problem. I've tried deleting the 2 CPUFriend kexts and i removed the entries under Kernel->add in config.plist, but the problem persist. I even tried turning DummyCpuPowerManagement on, still nothing changed. Do I need to change anything else in the config.plist in order not to use custom power management?Never seen this on Big Sur. Boot to recovery, see if you get the same freeze. If you're good, try and repair the disk.
If symptoms still persist, you've probably got the wrong CPUFriend setup. Remove it (or try using my setup a few posts back without cpufriend) and see if you get any different results.
I tried looking in /Library/Log/DiagnosticReport but there's nothing there.
I also noticed that both in the configuration screen and in recovery the pop-up windows animate in a laggy way, so maybe graphical acceleration is broken? Weird thing is that i have no problem whatsoever in Recovery