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Alesss

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    Kernel panic at every reboot

    I managed to get rid of the Kernel Panic by NOT patching the USB and removing the GenericUSBXHCI.kext. Now I need to either create a SSDT or find a way to patch my USB
  2. Good morning, I've the following pieces of hardware: - i7 6700K - GTX 1080 - Asus Z170 Deluxe - NVME hard drives Yesterday I've successfully completed a High Sierra installation (I can't migrate to Mojave due to missing NVIDIA web drivers) but the system (even though it works correctly) seems to show a kernel panic at every shutdown/reboot. Please find the RunMe.app report attached. A couple of notes: - I've installed the audio kexts through the acidanthera AppleALC procedure - I've generated the SSDT with pikessdt script - Nvidia web drivers have been installed with the vulgo/webdriver.sh script that requires the WhateverGreen and the ngfxcompat=1 boot argument - AirportBrcmFixup.kext, BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext and BrcmPatchRAM2.kext have been used to unlock the full potential of the integrated Wi-Fi card - I've tried to clean nvram and motherboard CMOS with no avail - I've tried to update Clover to the latest version but it always results in an unbootable system It's a pity because everything seems to work correctly (USB ports, graphics, Wifi card, Continuity and so on. I haven't tried sleep but I don't use it anyway ) but this crash is fairly annoying. Thank you very much, Alesss *tries summoning @MaLd0n for some help * Send me Ales-iMac.zip
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