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GA-X58A-UD3R -- Sierra 10.12.6 -- Kernel Panic ACPI

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Hello people,

I have an old motherboard and I wanted to install the Sierra 10.12.6.
Everything was perfect until this kernel panic message.

 


Thank you very much for your time

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