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manmo71

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  1. manmo71

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @Andrey1970 Thank you for that update.
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @pg7 add in boot-args vsmcgen=1 If you are attempting to install from a USB, just ensure that you do the following in order RESET NVRAM On reboot Select the boot device as OPENCORE Now choose macOS BETA INSTALL Try a fresh install again. I too was stuck like you, finally got it to work....
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @Alex HQuest I just checked out Prime Video and it works fine. No issues. Here is the screenshot of my config.plist, it includes the kernel section to show you the kexts that I am loading and also the NVRAM section to see the boot-args for yourself if this helps. If you are attempting to install from a USB, just ensure that you do the following in order RESET NVRAM On reboot Select the boot device as OPENCORE Now choose macOS BETA INSTALL I trust things will go smooth.
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @Alex HQuest I have not tried that as I do not use any of them, but I do have Prime Video. Shall try and update you.
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    I finally managed to get macOS Big Sur Beta 2 installed through a USB. The last time I reported a problem after stage 2 of the installation, my system went in through a reboot cycle because I had defined vsmcgen=1 as -vsmcgen=1 So, I wiped the target disk clean and started the install all over again but after correcting the boot-args to vsmcgen=1 This time the installation went through clean and smooth and finally was in the Big Sur screen for language selection. I have everything working, Graphics both Radeon RX580 and the headless iGPU, audio, USB, WiFi and bluetooth. So, persistence does pay off. Not the last but the least, I cannot thank enough all the members/administrators of this community and the developers who have worked hard to ensure the Hackintosh community continues to survive.
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @dannyboy9 Thank you for noticing that and correcting me. This is what happens when you are tirelessly trying to get something to work, you might miss those little things. I did change it but still keeps rebooting... Looking @ these screenshots if someone can figure out what the problem might be, that will be great....
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    I tried an install from USB with BETA 2 after doing a RESET NVRAM. Managed to do the install and complete the first 2 stages. On the 3rd stage I have to choose the preboot option under OC and then it starts a boot and goes into a reboot cycle.... Using the latest commit of OC 0.6.0 and the latest Kexts generated using OC Builder. My boot-args are set as follows. Anyone any clues?
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    As the old saying goes.... Slow and Steady wins the race !!!
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    I had the same issue. I followed this script by provided @Max.1974
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Just to clarify, When you folks say the latest OC master build. Do you guys mean to say that you are using the OC Builder and Build it?
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @iGPU Thank you for that tip. Shall try it out some time.
  12. manmo71

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @Cyberdevs I had enabled HideAuxillary=YES, making that NO fixed the missing Reset NVRAM option. Thank you.
  13. manmo71

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    My config.plist has AllowNVRAMReset=YES but still no luck, I tried FAKESMC in place of VirtualSMC but still end up in a loop with SIGABRT.
  14. manmo71

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @black.dragon74 How can I RESET NVRAM? I used to have that option during boot earlier, I dont know what I changed in the process of trying to resolve this boot from USB. Now I dont get the NVRAM Reset option at OC boot anymore. How can I fix that?
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    I am also having the same issue. With latest OC commit and kexts. Still I am having SIGILL and SIGABRT errors continuously looping... The same EFI works perfectly on my Catalina installed on a different drive.
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