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Hi all,

I had a little bit of an issue upgrading to Monterey from Big Sur.
Hardware: Asus Prime Z490-A, i5 10600K, Radeon RX 560 4GB, SSD NVME Samsung 970 EVO 1TB, OpenCore 0.78, SMBIOS iMac20,1.

I had a couple of issues I was able to fix:
1 - Firstly I had to set Secure Boot Motel to Default otherwise Monterey wouldn't even boot. Was stuck into a boot loop.
2 - Had to remove FAKEPCIID as it lead to panics and reboots after 5min from boot.
3 - Had to get rid of NVMEFixup as the PC would reboot after sleep.

Well, after all of those have gone and now Monterey seems to be working fine I have one last issue left:
4 - After each reboot once I login I get this message: "You Shut Down Your Computer Because of a Problem" (See attachment)
I repeat, the PC runs fine, no panics, no reboots, all good BUT this message repeats.

Can anyone help in fixing this issue?
Thanks a lot.
 

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Clear NVRAM.
On Finder, goto /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports
delete file shutdown_stall*
delete file wake*
or delete all file here for that matter.

It will clear the pop up message.
 
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On Finder, goto /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports
delete file shutdown_stall*
delete file wake*
or delete all file here for that matter.

It will clear the pop up message.
Thanks a lot!
This cleared the message...
 

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On Finder, goto /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports
delete file shutdown_stall*
delete file wake*
or delete all file here for that matter.

Thanks, maxxx! Your indication also solved my problem.
 
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