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Hi, I use Thinkpad T450s, here is my EFI: https://github.com/crazyi/Hackintosh-Catalina-OpenCore-Lenovo-T450s-efi

 

OC 0.5.0-0.5.3 works perfectly on my laptop until I upgrade it to 0.5.4, I can not use number key to choose pickers.

The only changes I make in the config.plist are adding some new quirks mentioned in the configuration.pdf and all these new quirks are set to faulse.

Can anyone give me some tips?

 

Config.plist

opencore-2020-01-17-110836.txt

Edited by crazyi

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First check Configuration.pdf if you have doubts or if you think you're missing something, and try to stick with it as much as you can. 

 

https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg/blob/master/Docs/Configuration.pdf

 

Check Khronokernel's guide in matter of keyboard issues and whether to choose to enable built-in support or disabling it and using AppleUSBdxe.efi

 

Set this if you're not using the driver previously mentioned

  • ShowPicker: YES

    • Shows OpenCore's UI, needed for seeing your available drives or set to NO to follow default option

  • UsePicker: YES

    • Uses OpenCore's default GUI, set to NO if you wish to use a different GUI

 

KeySupport: YES

  • Enables OpenCore's built in key support and required for boot picker selection, do not use with AppleUsbKbDxe.efi

 

https://khronokernel-2.gitbook.io/opencore-vanilla-desktop-guide

Edited by 1Ale1
clarification on main guide added

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30 minutes ago, 1Ale1 said:

First check Configuration.pdf if you have doubts or if you think you're missing something, and try to stick with it as much as you can. 

 

https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg/blob/master/Docs/Configuration.pdf

 

Check Khronokernel's guide in matter of keyboard issues and whether to choose to enable built-in support or disabling it and using AppleUSBdxe.efi

 

Set this if you're not using the driver previously mentioned

  • ShowPicker: YES

    • Shows OpenCore's UI, needed for seeing your available drives or set to NO to follow default option

  • UsePicker: YES

    • Uses OpenCore's default GUI, set to NO if you wish to use a different GUI

 

KeySupport: YES

  • Enables OpenCore's built in key support and required for boot picker selection, do not use with AppleUsbKbDxe.efi

 

https://khronokernel-2.gitbook.io/opencore-vanilla-desktop-guide

Thanks for your tips, problem solved.

But it is weird those config works well in oc 0.5.3

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9 hours ago, syn909 said:

@Ellybz

I got it here you posted it a while back. I got rid of the errors! Curious are you using the USBX ssdt? From what I read we "need it" but it does not seem like thats the case. Also you able to boot into the Recovery partition? I heard it might not work due to my card being a rx 5700xt not sure

I wasn't originally but I'm using it now. It regulates power on USB ports much better while using sleep/wake functions. Never tried recovery. I'm cloning my drives with CCC (in case of any issue).

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Hi guys! After years of Clover I was curious to try OpenCore, booted from USB;
1st build with Gigabyte Z370 + i5 + integrated graphics + NVME SSD & Mojave worked flawlessly with native NVRAM,
2nd build with Gigabyte Z390 + i9 + Radeon graphics + NVME SSD & Mojave can't boot, stuck at
apfs_module_start:1393: load: com.apple.filesystem.apfs...
virtual IOReturn IONVMeController:CreateSubsissionQueue...

 

I spent some hours to understand what happens, after reading Configuration pdf, anyone went trough my same problem?
Because I'm using Emulated NVRAM with Clover is it possible that nvram.plist or CloverHelper on the main drive are interfering with OC?

Thanks!

Edit: SSDT-AWAC is loaded on both builds
Update: Tested SSDT-RTC0, removed nvram.plist and CloverHelper, tried different settings, still can't boot from main drive or install usb. If someone want to take a look at my Config.plist here is the link: https://pastebin.com/vri9HQ0U
photo of the screen/error: https://ibb.co/NyFSZc3

Edited by Simonej
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7 hours ago, Simonej said:

Hi guys! After years of Clover I was curious to try OpenCore, booted from USB;
1st build with Gigabyte Z370 + i5 + integrated graphics + NVME SSD worked flawlessly with native NVRAM,
2nd build with Gigabyte Z390 + i9 + Radeon graphics + NVME SSD can't boot, stuck at
apfs_module_start:1393: load: com.apple.filesystem.apfs...
virtual IOReturn IONVMeController:CreateSubsissionQueue...

 

I spent some hours to understand what happens, after reading Configuration pdf, anyone went trough my same problem?
Because I'm using Emulated NVRAM with Clover is it possible that nvram.plist or CloverHelper on the main drive are interfering with OC?

Thanks!

 

did you load SSDT-AWAC.aml? 

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7 hours ago, justin said:

 

did you load SSDT-AWAC.aml? 

 Yes Justin, already tried

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I want to install windows 10 using BootCamp. I remember trying a couple of months and worked, now it is showing this... How can I fix it? 

 

I'm running OC 0.5.4 and MacOS Catalina 10.15.2

Screenshot 2020-01-20 at 04.58.23.png

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34 minutes ago, Muntashir said:

Any idea why am I getting this with OC? I suspected it to be a SMBIOS problem. But it's already the latest firmware, as far as I know.

OC.zip

Screenshot 2020-01-20 at 5.34.10 PM.png

New firmware versions were part of 0.5.4 release.. have you updated to it?

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2 minutes ago, canyondust said:

New firmware versions were part of 0.5.4 release.. have you updated to it? 

I'm on currently on 0.5.4.

5 minutes ago, gengik84 said:

automatic= Yes 

OK. Let me try.

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18 minutes ago, gengik84 said:

try again

Well, it worked. Probably keeping Bios and Firmware configs empty would work as well. But question is what did I do wrong?

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5 minutes ago, Download-Fritz said:

@Erroruser SSDT-PMC will fix Z390 NVRAM

yes i have done that 

but with the others need to be redone or they are just good to use as i have them?

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Hi to all , why i am seeing this while my config plist have all the smbios properly configutre , i am using OC latest release , , Os Catalina, any help please

Screenshot 2020-01-20 at 18.51.00.png

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6 minutes ago, PC IT said:

Hi to all , why i am seeing this while my config plist have all the smbios properly configutre , i am using OC latest release , , Os Catalina, any help please

Screenshot 2020-01-20 at 18.51.00.png

 

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