Mackintosh Sierra H270 Kaby Lake GTX1050 sometime on reboot fresh boot gets stuck with crossed sign

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  1. violanted

    violanted

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    Oct 4, 2017 at 10:52 AM #1
    violanted

    violanted

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    Hi All,

    It was very difficult to get settled on this Kaby Lake build using Nvidia GTX 1050, plus the Audio issue ALC1220.

    However I have solved the CPU problem using FakeCPU 0x0506E3 and made this permanent change.
    I solved the Nvidia driver issues and I was able to install them properly using tonymac guide
    I was able to get solved the ALC1220 on Kaby Lake now I get Audio and Video play

    Everything runs smoothly the system is beautiful

    Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 2GB
    MSI H270 Gaming pro Carbon
    Baby Lake i5 7400 3.0Ghz
    16GB of Memory DDR4

    Now the ONLY issue is that upon reboot or fresh boot when switching power on the Hack gets stuck with crossed sign.
    If I reset - restart the system it boots up normally.

    It does that random and it's not at every boot or not even at every reboot

    The MSI bios is the latest

    Any idea how to troubleshoot this and why is very random?

    Thanks
     
  2. Bob_the_Tomato

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    Oct 6, 2017 at 7:50 PM #2
    Bob_the_Tomato

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    There is a difference between a hard boot and a soft boot. A hard boot is when the system has been powered down fully for a while. Say you have just walked in to the office in the morning and you hit the power button. That's a hard boot.
    If, however, you choose Reboot from the menu - that's a Soft boot. The system never really drops power to it's components. Some components behave differently when soft booted then when hard booted.

    It's my humble opinion that you might have a hardware problem, perhaps a loose solder joint, just a wild guess mind you. Perhaps your power supply is flaky.
     
  3. Amylowellow

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    Oct 7, 2017 at 4:54 AM #3
    Amylowellow

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    try another fakesmc, maybe rehabman's or the one from hwsensors
     

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