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Alby128

Alby128

Member Since 02 Apr 2007
Offline Last Active Dec 06 2017 07:03 PM
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In Topic: Sometimes the boot hangs - Intel HD 4600

16 November 2017 - 02:23 PM

Up... I also tried with IntelGraphicsFixup, with no luck. 

In Topic: Success with GA-EP35-DS3L

02 October 2017 - 03:49 PM

Yes, sure, post the files if you can. Who knows, maybe someday I'll found some spare CPU that is still compatible with this mobo and High Sierra. Thanks.

In Topic: Success with GA-EP35-DS3L

01 October 2017 - 09:46 AM

Hey, this is great, I have the same motherboard but I thought that Sierra and High Sierra kernels were not compatible with Core 2 Duo Conroe processors... See here http://netkas.org/?p=1448

 

In any case, could you post those files here? Thanks 

 

Edit: Nevermind, you have a 45 nm CPU with SSE4, despite similar names.

In Topic: Sometimes the boot hangs - Intel HD 4600

28 September 2017 - 09:20 AM

I finally made a high-resolution video of both situations, and I found some differences in the logs between the two cases. I hope these data will help you understand what is going on. I am only uploading the parts that contain differences. 

 

At the beginning of the boot, when it works:

10rn7o7.png

 

Same point, in the case in which it eventually hangs:

fvxvkk.png

 

 

Then at the end of the boot, in the successful case:

nmmidt.png

 

And where the boot hangs in the other case:

23uss3d.png

 

 

The absence of the FakeSMC (and SMC) messages is particularly striking in the hangs case, but also it appears that there is a missing PCI device (11 vs 10) when the boot does not work. Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

Alberto

In Topic: Sometimes the boot hangs - Intel HD 4600

27 September 2017 - 12:23 PM

I tried to amend and simplify my config.plist following your suggestions. I changed my SMBIOS to iMac 14,2 , removed the fake GPU ID, removed the AICPUPM patch, and added a custom generated SSDT.aml in Clover's patched folder. The unknown CPU model warnings are gone, but the bug is still there. Attached to this post there is a copy of the edited config.plist and a pic of the boot log from a failed boot after these changes.

 

Shockingly, from a glimpse during a working boot, it seems that the boot log is much different when the boot works (many strings with long numbers). However, it runs too fast to take a pic and I am not aware of a way to log Clover boot logs. Can you help me with that?

 

Thanks again,

Alberto 

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