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Freezes in Catalina that don't happen in Mojave

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Hello! Almost two days go by without freezing! I do not want to claim victory ahead of time, but it seems that the problem has been solved and even if it were not, I want to deeply thank the help received in this forum.

Although I have been using hackintosh on a daily basis since 2017, I am not very knowledgeable about the depth of its operation, I only follow guides and try to read enough to learn a little more every day.

So I take this opportunity to ask you @MaLd0n what may have been the cause of the random freezes on my computer and because when opening, for example Intel Power Gadget, the computer would restart.

I would like to internalize the subject to continue learning. Thanks since now!

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Unfortunately today the freezes returned.

This morning when I turned on the computer, I noticed that it was taking longer than usual when the Gigabyte welcome screen was displayed. The computer restarted itself and an error appeared on the Gigabyte screen notifying that there was an error in the configuration of the bios setup, which loaded the default values and restarted the system.

So I went into the bios and loaded the default values and only activated the IGPU and Super IO Configuration (to avoid problems on my external USB audio card).

I restarted the computer and entered Catalina, a few minutes after starting the system, and browsing the internet, the computer froze again, leaving a gray screen and another off (black).

I had to turn off the computer to be able to unlock it.

I restarted it again and this time I was quite scared because, after having selected in Clover the option to start from Catalina, a fan noise at maximum speed forced me to unplug the computer for fear of burning my cpu or gpu.

I couldn't identify if the fan that fired at full speed was the one for the CPU or the GPU. I suspect it was the cpu one, but I can't confirm it.

At this point I do not know if it is a hardware problem or a bad power configuration.

I installed W10 to be able to work and so far without problems.

I will appreciate your help.

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Today install Intel Power Gadget. When I opened it, the computer restarted, but this time Catalina showed me the error which I attached, perhaps this serves to identify something else about my problem. Thanks since now.

error.txt.zip

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5 hours ago, jotaperez said:

Today install Intel Power Gadget. When I opened it, the computer restarted, but this time Catalina showed me the error which I attached, perhaps this serves to identify something else about my problem. Thanks since now.

go to library/extensions and remove EnergyDriver

rebuild cache, reboot

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51 minutes ago, MaLd0n said:

go to library/extensions and remove EnergyDriver

rebuild cache, reboot

That kext is not present in L / E ...

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yes, is there

this kext cause kp

is about Intel Power Gadget app

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Also I have already uninstalled IPG ...

My random freeze problems persist ...

I have installed windows 10 to rule out hardware problems and in windows everything works correctly.

My Mojave installation (on separate ssd disk) that had never failed, today finally froze just like Catalina ...

I do not know what to think...

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4 minutes ago, jotaperez said:

My Mojave installation (on separate ssd disk) that had never failed, today finally froze just like Catalina

extract new sendme

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9 minutes ago, MaLd0n said:

extract new sendme

It won't let me upload it ... The file is 3.2mb

I uploaded it here

 

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Thanks for your help. I will try this new EFI and let you know the results by keeping this thread updated.

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Posted (edited)

The system crashed again ...

I think they are hardware problems, specifically the RX 570 board. I just replaced it with my old nvidia GT 740 to confirm it.

Likewise, I attach the log file that contains all the activity of the team since I turned it on this morning until I had to manually turn it off to restart it. Perhaps it is of some use to identify if the freezing is due to a hadware problem or some system event.
The system froze at 11:03 a.m.

Thank you in advance!

error-log.txt.zip

Edited by jotaperez

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USE debug=0x100 and keepsyms=1 bootargs

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