- Apr 18, 2011
- Mobile Phone
hi there, please do update your info so we can see your correct CPU model.
You seem to be using nvidia graphics, which is from where the KP is coming from -CUDA and such- your .plist has no NvidiaWeb checked in System Parameters, which in your case, should be.
You have unnecessary kext in your EFI folder, and two different instances of a "SMC" pluging, which can cause conflict, use the set provided in guide and remove all instances of FakeSMC and lugins, plus VirtualSMC and its plugins.
You should also remove instances of SSDT-RX in your ACPI patched section and unnecessary SSDT in your EFI folder. Check clover version, and verify your CPU has 12 core as set on your TSCAdjustReset.kext .plist
report with changes
Boot with -v, keepsyms=1, debug=0x100 and upload picturesFinally got around to making these amends and now my system hangs on DSMOS.
I've double checked and I have a FakeSMC in my ktexts and I added that NvidiaWeb checkbox in System Parameters.
NVidia cards are unsupported with proper drivers when running Mojave, due to ongoing non-cooperation between them and Apple. No one knows if that could maybe change whenever the 2019 MacPro is released, but seems kind of unlikely.
Forgot to mention: this page says that a GTX 680 card would also work with Mojave, if you were willing to downgrade to an older GPU: