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I built a new system with a Gigabyte Z370 HD3 board, Intel i5-8400, 16GB 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2400MHz RAM, Samsung 500GB SSD,  TP-Link 900 wifi card, IOGear Bluetooth USB dongle and Asus RX 560 video card driving three monitors.

Since building the system I have been experiencing random freezes, usually after 24hrs but before 48 hrs and it's always when I am using the system, not doing anything in particular like watching videos or anything. I am not overclocking, everything is stock.

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Attached is my config.plist

config.plist.zip

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1 hour ago, ashman1970 said:

Thanks, that's a cool script. For whatever reason I am getting an error when I try to upload the file, so I have put it in my dropbox.

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0aee4kr626h386r/Send me Ashleys-iMac-2.zip?dl=0

 

Thanks again.

replace, reboot, send me new dumps

http://www52.zippyshare.com/v/TJHK53XT/file.html
 

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My system does not boot completely with this clover folder, it gets stuck on the apple logo with the progress bar full.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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use -v and post one photo, i think is a aptiomemoryfix driver

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Posted (edited)

I had to copy my old clover folder back to get into my system. Do you want me to remove the aptiomemoryfix kext and try again?

Edited by ashman1970

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19 minutes ago, ashman1970 said:

I had to copy my old clover folder back to get into my system. Do you want me to remove the aptiomemoryfix kext and try again?

use ur drivers64uefi folder with my full clover folder

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1 minute ago, ashman1970 said:

So copy my divers64uefi folder into your clover folder then use your clover folder?

yes

 

update clover bootloader to last version

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Posted (edited)

So I copied my Clover folder back over top of yours and now when I boot with the drive in my machine, I have no entries in the clover boot menu, there is no boot into High Sierra options or anything, just the clover options. I tried booting up with my USB key and that doesn't work either.

 

Edited by ashman1970

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i think u need kexts in other folder too, like l/e or s/l/e

i put all kexts in clover/kexts/other, u need use only in one folder

if u have a time, take a fresh install, intall clover bootloader and replace clover folder, only it

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I have a backup drive from maybe two or three weeks ago, could I copy the clover folder from that drive onto the SSD for the system we are working on?

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1 hour ago, ashman1970 said:

I have a backup drive from maybe two or three weeks ago, could I copy the clover folder from that drive onto the SSD for the system we are working on?

u need check if u have a hackintosh kexts in library/extensions or system/library/extensions, if yes, u need remove, check my clover folder, clover/kexts/other

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ye, check L/E

brcm kexts

fakesmc kexts

intelmausiethernet kext

realtekalc kext

usbinjectall kext

xhci 200 series kext

remove and run kext utility after it

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Posted (edited)

Ok that worked, I was able to boot up, I am typing this from my main system now. Do you still want me to run the kext utility or just get you new dumps?

 

Thank you for what we have accomplished so far, I appreciate it.

Edited by ashman1970

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2 hours ago, ashman1970 said:

System just froze, here is the latest dump.

Whatever is causing it to freeze it's pretty bad now, it seems to freeze every 10 min or so and it never did that before.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/bowd8w98fxz4v9h/Send me Ashleys-iMac-2.zip?dl=0

take a test with ur hardware, memory, etc

i have same mobo, work very fine

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They are brand new, only two weeks old. What tests do you suggest? Do you think it could be the video card causing the freezing?

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