So I got some new hardware:
Asus Z490I Gaming ITX
NZXT H1 Case
samsung 970 EVO plus NVME
SK Hynix 1TB SSD
32GB G.Skill 3200 C14 Ram
MSI 5700 XT Evoke
So I got windows installed and wanted to install macOS using opencore. I had no luck getting past the [EB|#LOG:EXITBS:START] error and decided to use someone else's EFI who had the same motherboard minus the CPU and GPU (i7-10700k and Radeon VII). I went ahead with that EFI and voila got it to install and got past the error I had. The issue was after the install there is a reboot and that's where it hangs and give me an error log that I attached. Tried a few more things to see what I could do but was stuck on that error log every single time. Decided to try again today and now I can't get past the original error log. I've looked at the dortania guide for that error and tried everything it suggested but still won't get past the error. Not sure what else to do but to try Clover maybe. Anyone have any suggestions? I've attached my EFI as well. Thanks in advance.
Hi, I wanted to transpose my CLOVER installation to OpenCore for future updates.
I followed this guide and after some googling
I've fixed the LOG: EXITBS error (RANDOM SEED like error).
Now I still receiving the IOPCI error (kernel_task kernel panic).
My CLOVER is fully working.
- Backlight and Monitor
- Battery Patch
- Camera and Audio (B&O)
- dGPU GTX 1050 is turned off
On OpenCore I translated everything except the battery (I just need to apply the If statement in ACPI), but I want first to boot on Mac OS using the OpenCore.
1 - OpenCanopy is a graphical user interface for OpenCore.
2 - It's currently considered experimental and is not recommended for everyday use.
3 - This is not a support topic for OpenCanopy but instead somewhere to discuss icons.
4 - See OpenCore documentation for how to configure and set up OpenCanopy.
Many users like to keep their hacks looking as close to a mac as possible by using OpenCanopy with Apple's own icons, however for users that may want to deviate from Apple's boot icons for a more custom look, they're left with having to find their own icons from various places which can sometimes result in a not so consistent theme feel.
To help, I am aiming to create families of 'similar' icons, amongst others, which may eventually lead to a more harmonious look when mixing/customising icons. The idea is that eventually there will be a large 'pick and mix' range of icons where the user can choose which ever ones they like whilst knowing they will all look like they're meant to be together.
Of course, I could never come up with every permutation that someone could imagine so there will always be icons missing from the range, but over time I hope to grow the collection(s).
Big Thanks to XLR and your Badass Motherboard, Ultrafast CPU, Coolest Heatsink, Huge Graphics Card, Tonnes of RAM,
Gigantic Hard Drive, Lightspeed Disk Burner, Professional Sound Card, Massive LCD Display.
-Credits and thanks to the old and new people in the community who developed patches, kexts and bootloaders!