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  1. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Haven't read the code but my guess is the log was in-memory and the memory allocated was set to zero before being written to. Writing the whole memory range into the file results also the unused zero'ed memory being included, so it should be safe to ignore.
  2. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    What problem did you encounter when you use createinstallmedia method? I think I have yet to see you tell us what's going wrong with it. OK, my bad. The pictures didn't load when I posted above. It's the Z390 rig in your signature? Can you post your OC EFI folder?
  3. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Totally missed this. I think those warnings should be fine as long as you have working NVRAM. I think it's just being verbose telling you that the NVRAM->Add/Block sections in your config.plist are being parsed. As for the APFS volume scanning, it's fine, don't worry about it.
  4. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Make sure that XHCI hand-off is enabled in your BIOS
  5. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    You mean the low resolution first stage boot logo? I've fixed it, disabled SanitiseClearScreen option and it worked perfectly.
  6. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Always read the configuration carefully for every option in the config.plist. I know it's quite tedious, but it's necessary You have a very similar build as mine, I have high hopes that it would work. Good luck!
  7. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    To be brutally honest, it doesn't seem that you put much effort into your config.plist :x After each OpenCore update, you have to check the Configuration.pdf from the repository to see if there's any changes to the config.plist. Like the Booter quirks I've mentioned, which is new in v0.0.4, was missing in your config.plist. It seems your version was from on or before v0.0.3, which also lacks the AvoidHighAlloc UEFI quirk. I've added them for you and enabled some useful options in it. You might want to take a look before you're applying the changes. config.plist
  8. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Did you manage to solve the resolution problem? I'm having the same problem here with my Z370 build, with iGPU and Vega 64.
  9. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Maybe upload your EFI folder? Also adding your build to your signature would be a big help
  10. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    This is an English speaking forum, please use English only, or not a lot of people can help you out here. You need to provide some more information on this, what is the OpenCore version you're using? And what is the goal are you trying to achieve? Try setting ProvideConsoleGop=true, SanitiseClearScreen=true, ConsoleControl=true to see if it works?
  11. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    CSM is disabled in BIOS
  12. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Maybe I should try using a DEBUG version of WhateverGreen and enable -wegdbg to see if there's any log from WhateverGreen? Also, from a previous OpenCore debug log, I can see WhateverGreen prelink injection is success. So I guess it means it's loaded?
  13. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Even if it can, it shouldn't be a requirement to install the update. Plus I have the same problem on another platform, the Deskmini build in my signature, which has only iGPU. And the Z370 build with Vega 64 updated just fine. So it would be great to find the culprit here
  14. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    Just compared and applied the changes from your config.plist from the previous post, it's still the same. IgnoreInvalidFlexRatio is required to get my system to boot, so I left it enabled. The WhateverGreen and Lilu also doesn't seem to make any difference here.. Where did you see the "unloaded of WhateverGreen.kext" in the screen shot? I can't seem to find it. And about the crash report thing you've mentioned, actually I didn't see a crash report when I boot back into macOS, so maybe it's not really a kernel panic, it just froze there without any display..
  15. maddie

    OpenCore Discussion

    1. Lilu is 1.3.8, compiled from repository. 2. WhateverGreen is 1.3.1, compiled from repository. I do have iGPU enabled on Haswell platform, configured as connector-less and RX 580, running with WhateverGreen. I can boot into macOS just fine, just not the installer.
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