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Hi, I made sure I got the right kexts and bios settings for my system, and followed every step I could take on Dortania's opencore github guide but I was met with kernel panic. I sanity checked my config.plist and made sure I had the exact settings for my Whiskey Lake laptop. I've dumped my DDST and generated SSDTs using the SSDTTime method, except XOSI (I tried manually recompiling the GPIO SSDT but I also got the same kernel error). I made sure I deleted unnecessary kexts and ACPIs. I'm thinking that my Zenbook laptop has a specific way of handling Hackintosh. If anyone could take a look into my EFI folder and find what's causing them It would be greatly appreciated.

 

EFI and kernel panic picture is attached below

 

ASUS Zenbook UX331FN

i5-8265U

Intel UHD Graphics 620

8GB of SDDR4

Opencore 0.6.2

Kernel_Panic.zip

IMG_20201020_024057.jpg

Edited by VortexisTV
  • 2 weeks later...

it looks like that the problem is caused by VoodooI2C.kext, read here to understand the problem and to fix it.
https://github.com/VoodooI2C/VoodooI2C/issues/187
Try to keep your drivers up to date and use this app to update all kext drivers: https://www.sl-soft.de/kext-updater/

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