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Hi. I need help if possible.
I tried installing Big Sur on my Hackintosh with OC and Catalina working. Every time I try to boot it I receive a kernel panic relative to ACPI. The strange thing is that this kernel panic occurs only with Big Sur and High Sierra. Every other macOS version boots (I tried from 10.9 to 11).

 

My build is:

  • Motherboard: Gigabyte X79-UD3
  • CPU: Intel Core I7 4820K
  • GPU: XFX Radeon RX570

I'm attaching the kernel panic and my EFI configuration (I still need to map the USBs 'cause I switched to OpenCore yesterday).
PS. In the OC folder there's not a resources folder because I deleted it to upload it

Kernel panic Big Sur.rtf

OC configuration.zip

  • 1 month later...

Hi guys.

 

I think I had the same panic during boot. It was when i changed from the second update to the third (I think). Anyways, it was the security that was set to DEFAULT and had to change it to DISABLED. In opencore config /misc/security

 

Hope it helps.

 

Hi guys.

 

Security/SecureBootModel/ to be precise

 

4 hours ago, RSN said:

Hi guys.

 

I think I had the same panic during boot. It was when i changed from the second update to the third (I think). Anyways, it was the security that was set to DEFAULT and had to change it to DISABLED. In opencore config /misc/security

 

Hope it helps.

 

Hi guys.

 

Security/SecureBootModel/ to be precise

 

Were you able to install BigSur on an x79?

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