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I am experiencing very slow boot from the moment I upgraded from Big Sur to Monterey Beta 3.

My build is:

  •  Motherboard: Gigabyte Z370N Wifi
  •  CPU: Intel Core i9-9900K
  •  RAM: G-Skill Ripjaws 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200Mhz
  •  GPU: Sapphire RX 580 Pulse 8GB
  •  Storage: Samsung EVO 970 1TB M.2. NVME
  •  Wifi+BT: BCM94360CS2
  •  Case: Cougar QBX
  •  PSU: CX650M (Semi) Modular 80+ Bronze

My EFI: https://filebin.net/v6i0z1kg7h2i6ylc

It is tailor made using the dortania guide and kept up to date from Catalina to Big Sur. Been working like a charm. The current OpenCore version as well as kexts / drivers are the snapshots of master branch when 1.7.1 was released.

I did the upgrade from within System Preferences (as I usually do) after installing the beta profile.

Things I have tried with no change unfortunately:

  • Boot with only Lilu + VirtualSMC just in case some kext is nasty
  • Boot with disabled ACPI files
  • Run first aid on the drive both from within Monterey and from the recovery partition (the recovery partition loads noticeably faster)
  • Re-install Monterey from within the recovery partition (on top of current installation)

Any help will be deeply appreciated

Boot log: boot.log.zip

 

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5 hours ago, WizeMan said:

I am experiencing very slow boot from the moment I upgraded from Big Sur to Monterey Beta 3.

My build is:

  •  Motherboard: Gigabyte Z370N Wifi
  •  CPU: Intel Core i9-9900K
  •  RAM: G-Skill Ripjaws 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200Mhz
  •  GPU: Sapphire RX 580 Pulse 8GB
  •  Storage: Samsung EVO 970 1TB M.2. NVME
  •  Wifi+BT: BCM94360CS2
  •  Case: Cougar QBX
  •  PSU: CX650M (Semi) Modular 80+ Bronze

My EFI: https://filebin.net/v6i0z1kg7h2i6ylc

It is tailor made using the dortania guide and kept up to date from Catalina to Big Sur. Been working like a charm. The current OpenCore version as well as kexts / drivers are the snapshots of master branch when 1.7.1 was released.

I did the upgrade from within System Preferences (as I usually do) after installing the beta profile.

Things I have tried with no change unfortunately:

  • Boot with only Lilu + VirtualSMC just in case some kext is nasty
  • Boot with disabled ACPI files
  • Run first aid on the drive both from within Monterey and from the recovery partition (the recovery partition loads noticeably faster)
  • Re-install Monterey from within the recovery partition (on top of current installation)

Any help will be deeply appreciated

Boot log:  boot.log.zip 68.78 kB · 0 downloads

 

hi your EFI try 

https://easyupload.io/ozwyve

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1- ur folder is a big shit. basic things.

2- use olarila folder and start a fine tune with good dsdt. ssdt is a incomplete solution

3- many samsung ssd have this problem

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1 hour ago, MaLd0n said:

1- ur folder is a big shit. basic things.

2- use olarila folder and start a fine tune with good dsdt. ssdt is a incomplete solution

3- many samsung ssd have this problem

seems like the partition map or the file system was borked during Monterey upgrade from Big Sur.
Even from the Monterey USB Installer I couldn’t erase the drive, I had to boot into windows and remove all partitions with diskpart.

Then did a fresh install of Monterey and boot time is really short now.

But apart from this, what makes my folder shitty? Maybe I have more tools than needed but apart from that? Asking out of curiosity in order to improve my hack game. Also is there any guide for DSDT? I followed the dortania guide, all the SSDTs are custom

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6 hours ago, WizeMan said:

all the SSDTs are custom

presets for all hardwares serie 300+

plugin type

pmcr

etc

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8 hours ago, MaLd0n said:

presets for all hardwares serie 300+

plugin type

pmcr

etc

They look like the presets because that's how they ended up after editing with MaciASL following the dortania guide.

Is there some guide for creating a full custom dsdt? 

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