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8 hours ago, jori said:

Hey @MaLd0n, don't want to speak to soon, but think I've solved it. I found a post on another forum with someone that had the same problem. They removed all their boot args and got rid of the freezing. Only arg I had was alcid=1, removed it and... no more freezing. Obviously lost onboard audio but I don't need it because of usb audio. Makes sense as when it was freezing I was getting sample rate errors and then anything usb / audio was locked out. So yeah, fingers crossed its solved. 

if solve i can inject it via dsdt for u

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33 minutes ago, MaLd0n said:

if solve i can inject it via dsdt for u

No not solved unfortunately. Still freezing, less but still freezing. I'm going to roll back the bios to f8 see if that makes a difference. The only other variable is the ram. I've got 4x16gb vengeance 2400. I ran rembr but didn't see any problem. Will try bios now. 

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@MaLd0n Finally figured out what the problem was. If I plug a usb hub, doesn't matter if it's usb 2 or 3, into any socket, it'll freeze within half an hour. I've tried to see if it was one device but it seems it's the actual hub that causes the usbs to completely crash, meaning I have to hard boot. Tried it with 3 different hubs and the same thing happens, even with nothing plugged into them. Any ideas why that is? Tbh, it's working now with no hubs plugged in, so all good, just not sure why the hubs are making it crap out?

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25 minutes ago, jori said:

@MaLd0n Finally figured out what the problem was. If I plug a usb hub, doesn't matter if it's usb 2 or 3, into any socket, it'll freeze within half an hour. I've tried to see if it was one device but it seems it's the actual hub that causes the usbs to completely crash, meaning I have to hard boot. Tried it with 3 different hubs and the same thing happens, even with nothing plugged into them. Any ideas why that is? Tbh, it's working now with no hubs plugged in, so all good, just not sure why the hubs are making it crap out?

no idea

what hub u use?

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11 minutes ago, MaLd0n said:

no idea

what hub u use?

I've tried it with three different ones. One powered usb2, one passive usb2 and one powered usb3. Happens with all of them. At least I know now though so it's not freezing anymore.

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1 minute ago, jori said:

I've tried it with three different ones. One powered usb2, one passive usb2 and one powered usb3. Happens with all of them. At least I know now though so it's not freezing anymore.

generate one injector usb with hackintool, use only usbports.kext

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Hi All,

I have Gigabyte Z390 Designare with the F9b bios, Sapphire Pulse RX 580, i5-9600K, 16GB G Skill RAM. I am trying to install 10.15.4 using the EFI provided on a 500G WD Black NVME SSD. I can get past the first two reboots, but when it comes to the final, I get a weird black screen with an off-center grey square. The one thing that I notice is that there is a line about loading AGDP* and when that hits I get some purple lines on the display. I have done that recommended BIOS settings, also turning off VT-d. 

I am a very new to this, and MaLd0n got my first one working so easily. I don't know what is happening in the final boot. I would think, being new, that if it made it past 2 reboots it should work? Also the boot times are slower than on my i5-7600K using a Samsung NVME SSD (that I couldn't use in the slot) but works when on a card. 

Does anyone have any sage advice, bearing in mind that I am not someone that could figure out how to generate patches on my own?

Thanks!

* just saw another post about this and will try adding a dict entry and see if that changes anything. Also added a BlackScreen patch and see if both will change it. 

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6 minutes ago, lagbooger said:

Hi All,

some nvme we gain some seconds in boot, is common in samsung for example

post one photo with video problem

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Hello!

I tried this to no avail:

				<key>Comment</key>
				<string>Prevent AGDP from loading</string>
				<key>Disabled</key>
				<false/>
				<key>Find</key>
				<data>
				ugUAAAA=
				</data>
				<key>InfoPlistPatch</key>
				<false/>
				<key>MatchOS</key>
				<string>10.13.x,10.14.x,10.15.x</string>
				<key>Name</key>
				<string>com.apple.driver.AppleGraphicsDevicePolicy</string>
				<key>Replace</key>
				<data>
				ugAAAAA=
				</data>

Here is image of screen color and the line about AGDP where it occurs, and the Lilu forcing rebuild. I have sent a previous picture of monitor on final reboot.

 

ScreenJunk.png.zip MonitorFinalReboot.jpg.zip

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It is interesting the variations that work for some people and not others, and it is the same motherboard.

I have tried 3 other guides, including an open core with no success whatsoever.

Are you suggesting a different video input, switching from HDMI to DVI? I will try that later tonight. :wallbash

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24 minutes ago, lagbooger said:

Are you suggesting a different video input, switching from HDMI to DVI? I will try that later tonight. :wallbash

i see same problems some time with vega cards, with dvi this error don't appears here

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I have tried another guide and it was a bust as well. I got a different monitor and used DVI and it failed earlier and still got the purple lines. Last time I noticed that there were some odd boot args showing. Previously I had asked about the difference between copying your EFI to the USB versus installing Clover on to the USB. Apparently that makes some difference. So I reformatted the USB and reinstalled Catalina and just copied your clover over. I tried with some different BIOS options that made it worse. Now I am wondering what affect they are having and how it influences Clover boot and install. Of Note: When I do the install, I am always getting the grey square pop up before it switches to the Apple and timer bar before it goes to the first install screen. Also how many times can/should I completely reformat the drive and reinstall?

So now, here are all the latest bios options I have:

Platform Power:
Platform Power Management - Disabled
AC BACK - Always Off
Power On By Keyboard - Disabled
Power On By Mouse - Disabled
ErP - Disabled
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN - Instant Off
Resume by Alarm - Disabled
Power Loading - Auto
CEC 2019 Ready - Disabled
RC6(Render Standby) Enabled
IO Ports
Initial Display Output - PCIe 1 Slot
Internal Graphics - Disabled
Apeture Size - 256MB
WiFi 0 Disabled
PCIE x4 Switch - PCH Side
USB 3.0 DAC-UP 2 - Normal
Audio Controller - Enabled
Above 4G Decoding - Disabled
PCH LAN Controller - Enabled
Wake On LAN Enable - Disabled
IOAPIC 24-119 Entries - Enabled
Thunderbolt(TM) Configuration
Discrete Thunderbolt(TM) Support - Enabled
TBT VT-d base security - Disabled
Thunderbolt Boot Support - Disabled
Wake From Thunderbolt(TM) Devices - Enabled
Security Level - No Security
Discrete Thunderbolt(TM) Configurations
Thunderbolt Usb Support - Enabled
GPIO 3 Force Pwr - Enabled
DTBT Controller 0 Configuration
DTBT Controller 0 - Enabled
TBT Host Router - Two Port
Exta Bus Reserved - 106
Reserved Memory - 353
Memory Alignment - 26
Reserved PMemory - 544
Memory Alignment - 28
Reserved I/O  - 0
USB Configuration
Legacy USB Support - Enabled
XHCI Hand-off - Enabled
USB Mass Storage Driver Support - Enabled
Port 60/64 Emulation - Disabled
Network Stack - Disabled
SATA And RST Configuration
SATA Controller - Enabled
SATA Mode Selection - AHCI
Aggressive LPM Support - Disabled
MISC
LED in System Power On State - Enabled
Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT)- Disabled
Software Guard Extension (SGX)- Software Controlled
Max Link Speed - Auto
3DMark01 Enhancement - Disabled
Trusted Computing 
Security Device Support - Disabled
Boot Configuration
Bootup NumLock State - On
Security Option - System
Fast Boot - Disabled
Mouse Speed - 1x
Windows 8/10 Features - Other OS
CSM Suport - Disabled

Got up to the first mystery reboot, but would not come back. Restarted machine and chose install from Mac. It started up the second phase. Did second reboot on its own. Then apple and status bar goes to 100 and then long install. Then doesn't do the reboot and I restarted and it did final install and then reboots to the same screen with the grey square. 

What am I doing wrong? What could it be? Is the latest bios screwed? Is 15.4 not a good install to try? Could it be the old monitor? 

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2 hours ago, lagbooger said:

What am I doing wrong? What could it be? Is the latest bios screwed? Is 15.4 not a good install to try? Could it be the old monitor? 

use a previous virtualsmc version, the last cause problem in many cases

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39 minutes ago, lagbooger said:

Used 1.0.9 and it did install without purple lines, but when it was doing final reboot it panicked and the usb drive just kept blinking. 😭:wallbash 

wow

very strange

apfs?

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Yes, it was formatted as APFS. 

On a lark I rebooted and it went through the final bit of asking name and password and I have a desktop. But I clicked on safari and did a search and it froze. 
That is the farthest I have gotten with this mobo! 

Do I need reinstall again?

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Haven't been able to get Olarila image for a while. I reinstalled and immediately put in EFI Partition then it froze. Rebooted and it is up and running ... for the moment. I will see how long it lasts 🙂 I am afraid to tweak things too much for fear something will break. So I don't need to do any kext updates and just let it roll?


As always, thanks for your guidance and patience!

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17 minutes ago, lagbooger said:

Haven't been able to get Olarila image for a while. I reinstalled and immediately put in EFI Partition then it froze. Rebooted and it is up and running ... for the moment. I will see how long it lasts 🙂 I am afraid to tweak things too much for fear something will break. So I don't need to do any kext updates and just let it roll?

No

disable hibernate

https://olarila.com/files/Utils/disablehibernate.command.zip

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