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Best Answer Hervé, 31 August 2017 - 04:50 PM

Or follow the well-documented manual process to create an Enoch or Clover-based USB installer and follow with Sierra installation. Dozens of tutos on various Hackintosh forums.

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Hello, can someone help me figuring this kernel panic out ? 

I just installed Mac OS Sierra with Clover UEFI bootloader but upon

rebooting my pc, this happened while trying to start Sierra.

Can someone help me ? 
 

My hardware specs:

 

1 x HDD Caviar Blue 500 GB

1 x Nvidia GT 730 (4GB - HDMI)

1 x 8 GB RAM

1 x Intel Core i3 (2100) - Graphics Onboard (Not connected): Intel HD 2000

PS/2 Mouse and Keyboard

 

I attached the kernel panic error message below.

Thank you in advance.

 

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Why use NullCPUPowerManagement when you can simply run on Apple's CPU power management as long as you activate Clover's AICPUPM (previously known as AsusAICPUPM) patch?

 

Can you post a compressed copy of your Clover EFI folder?



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Why use NullCPUPowerManagement when you can simply run on Apple's CPU power management as long as you activate Clover's AICPUPM (previously known as AsusAICPUPM) patch?

 

Can you post a compressed copy of your Clover EFI folder?

Oh.. Right. So how do i activate Clover's AICPUPM ? 
This is the compressed Clover EFI folder from the USB Installer i used to install Hackintosh.

Thank you for your reply.

 

This is the EFI Folder Zipped: https://drive.google...bkhLLW9vYnFoY00



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Use Clover Configurator app and you'll see it in the "Kernel & Kexts Patches".


Ouh, where did you get such a Clover config from? It's a bit of a mess on the Kernel & Kexts Patches front... Remove the KernelLapic/Kernel CPU/KernelPm options, only keep AppleRTC and AsusAICPUPM options.

 

There are no kexts in Clover/kexts/Other folder (no other folder present). Where did you put your add-on kexts, especially the mandatory one FakeSMC? If missing, you will never boot OS X or its installer...



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Use Clover Configurator app and you'll see it in the "Kernel & Kexts Patches".


Ouh, where did you get such a Clover config from? It's a bit of a mess on the Kernel & Kexts Patches front... Remove the KernelLapic/Kernel CPU/KernelPm options, only keep AppleRTC and AsusAICPUPM options.

 

There are no kexts in Clover/kexts/Other folder (no other folder present). Where did you put your add-on kexts, especially the mandatory one FakeSMC? If missing, you will never boot OS X or its installer...

Ok, here's the story behind the Clover Config and everything else. I'm trying to install Sierra Using the Hackintosh Zone Method. They provided me a tool called "Restore-Sierra.pkg" that was used to restore the downloaded Sierra-Zone.dmg file. All i did was following their procedure and trying to install it from USB. 

Do i need to re-download Sierra and try the conventional method ? How should i proceed ? 
This is a fresh install so i've got no data to lose on the HD. 



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I could only recommend you try the vanilla method indeed, not distros.



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Ok, here's the story behind the Clover Config and everything else. I'm trying to install Sierra Using the Hackintosh Zone Method. They provided me a tool called "Restore-Sierra.pkg" that was used to restore the downloaded Sierra-Zone.dmg file. All i did was following their procedure and trying to install it from USB. 

Do i need to re-download Sierra and try the conventional method ? How should i proceed ? 
This is a fresh install so i've got no data to lose on the HD. 

 

Download and run the latest clover boot loader.   it will have a config.plist that you can edit and all the necessary folders.    

 

Download and use clover configurator to edit the plist.



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Download and run the latest clover boot loader.   it will have a config.plist that you can edit and all the necessary folders.    

 

Download and use clover configurator to edit the plist.

Ok, but first i'll download the Mac Os Sierra app from the App Store and i'll install it using the ##### Method.

Then i'll try using the Clover Procedure.



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No support for this here...

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No support for this here...

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Well, if that's so.. Tell me about the other procedure using Clover.

i ran out of ideas. :(



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Well, if that's so.. Tell me about the other procedure using Clover.
i ran out of ideas. :(


You can go to downloads section and install Pandora's box it will do the same things as the other site tools but it's all in one. That way you will get support here at this site, and have more options for Post install.

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Or follow the well-documented manual process to create an Enoch or Clover-based USB installer and follow with Sierra installation. Dozens of tutos on various Hackintosh forums.



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Or follow the well-documented manual process to create an Enoch or Clover-based USB installer and follow with Sierra installation. Dozens of tutos on various Hackintosh forums.

Thank you ! I downloaded the Install Mac OS Sierra from the App store and i used it with clover bootloader to create a bootable USB.
Apparently there was something wrong with the previous bootloader installation. 

Thank you! 
/Marked as solved/



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Hi,

 

@Giammi553. I'd the exact same kernel panic after Sierra installation. In my case the culprit was Evoreboot.kext that caused this kernel panic.







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