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Security update 2019-003 Hangs

Joined
Mar 25, 2011
Messages
4
Motherboard
GA-Z170N-WIFI (rev 2.0)
CPU
Core i5-6500
Graphics
EVGA GeForce GT 740
Mac
iMac, MacBook Pro, Mac mini
Classic Mac
iMac
Mobile Phone
Android, iOS
My Hack Mini (the Z170 with GT740) crashes on reboot after the security update. Never had any problems with any updates before. I've attached a picture of the log that was displayed at the crash. Maybe someone can make sense of it. I have Clover and I'm going to see if I can do a recovery that way, but this is just plain weird. I guess I might have to do a clean reinstall. Is this all about the graphics cards?
After several reboots with the same error message, I rebooted for the 4-5-6th time, and boom up comes the login screen. Strangest thing. I guess it advanced a little bit through the errors on each reboot until it made it all the way through.
 
Joined
Mar 25, 2011
Messages
4
Motherboard
GA-Z170N-WIFI (rev 2.0)
CPU
Core i5-6500
Graphics
EVGA GeForce GT 740
Mac
iMac, MacBook Pro, Mac mini
Classic Mac
iMac
Mobile Phone
Android, iOS
After several reboots with the same error message, I rebooted for the 4-5-6th time, and boom up comes the login screen. Strangest thing. I guess it advanced a little bit through the errors on each reboot until it made it all the way through.
Spoke too soon... after a shutdown and a reboot was back at the same error screen... Looking at moving to Mojave/Catalina now for the Z170 but with the single-slot graphics for the mini-case it means using the built-in Intel graphics and the story on that seems to be ambiguous with respect to graphics acceleration.
 
Joined
Feb 27, 2011
Messages
13
Motherboard
Lenovo Thinkpad X240 - i7 - UEFI Clover
CPU
i7
Graphics
FHD upgrade
Mac
MacBook
Classic Mac
512K, Plus, Power Mac, PowerBook, Quadra, SE/30
Mobile Phone
Android
My X240 does something similar. I select "install Mac OS" from the Clover menu (as with previous updates) and the progress bar very, very slowly proceeds to the end, stops for a long while, and I get a glitched-out version of the startup screen. Forever.
 
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