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rebooting kernel panic screen for installing Sierra

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I've got kernel panic screenon on rebooting for installing Sierra as attached picture.

 

The clover boot flags are these;

 dart=0 nv_display=1 npci=0x2000

 

My box spec is this;

 

 

CPU    i7 920
Mainboard    asus p6x58D premium
RAM    G Skill F3-12800CL9-2GBNQ (3 x 2G)
VGA    Nvidia 9600GT 512MB
HDD/SSD    ADATA 256G SSD / Samsung sata2 ITera x 2
ODD    Ig dvd rw

 

And I attached dsdt and ssdt and confg.plist.

 

I appreciate for any opinion for this problem.

 

 

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Just letting you know nv_display=1 isn't a valid boot flag for anything so feel free to get rid of that.

I've read that this is a common issue with these series of cards in Sierra and it seems the solution is to use NVDAStartup.kext from 10.11.6 and replace the Sierra version with it. Usually it's installed into /System/Library/Extensions, but you can try putting it in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.12. If you go the /System/Library/Extensions route then sure to rebuild the kernel cache and prelinkedkernel on whatever you install it on. I'll attach the kext to this post.

If you want to try and get Sierra installed before fixing this issue, you can try booting with nv_disable=1 until you have everything installed and booting from the hard disk.

NVDAStartup.kext.zip

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Thank you for your kindness.

I tried NVDAStartup.kext.zip with boot flag "-v dart=0", but the result is as the attached picture "bootError1.jpg".

 


Also another boot flags "-v -f npci=0x2000" got the attached picture "bootError2.jpg".

 

 

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That's interesting. If you boot with nv_disable=1 can you boot into the desktop or do you still lock up there? Also, is there any hard drive activity still while it's stuck at this state or has the computer completely locked up? Try typing text in to see. I've never seen this before myself.

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Looks like the partition you installed to is messed up. You can repair it from Disk Utility from the USB install media, but if this is a brand new install then you may as well erase it and reinstall.

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Dont use ssdt and dsdt in install. Ur dsdt have many patches, nvidia, etc. I think the problem is there.

 

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config.plist have hdmi patch, remove.

look it

config.plist.zip

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nawcom/

 

Your sencond file -NVDAStartup.kext.310.42.25f01.zip - works fine.

 

Thanks a lot!

 

 

MaLd0n/

 

Thanks for your opinion. I will try your method next time.

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