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Hey,

i'd love to post under the correct X99-Opencore thread, but as i'm a new user i will post my question here.

 

I have an X99-System, Xeon E5-2640 v3 Haswell-EP, 16 Gigs of RAM, an NVMe SSD and a GTX770.

 

I took the EFI Sample from this thread here on insanelymac and modified it slightly to my needs, the folder is attached. Base is OpenCore 0.6.3.

 

All on a USB Stick with the Apple Recovery Image from Catalina 10.15.7, downloaded with gibMacOS and extracted to the USB with the makeInstall.bat...

Sanity checker is mostly okay with my config.plist.

 

But no matter what I do, it will get those bootstrapping errors (I think they are pretty late in the boot progress of the OS) and it will not continue to load.

 

I have attached a picture, so you can see for yourself.

I hope somebody can help me, as I couldn't find any information about this online.

EFI.zip

IMG_20201029_202202_null.jpg

wait, I'm checking your EFI folder.

what is the exact name of your mainboard?

 

Sorry,

diese Angaben habe ich deine Config.plist zugefügt.

 

image.png

 

aber welches Board ist im Einsatz?

Hey,

 

I completely started over again. 

I made a folder like the Dortania guide suggests, then I added all the patches from the X99 patches thread, and added all the ACPI .aml files from there as well.

 

Now I'm stuck right there, it just cuts off in the middle of the sentence.

Maybe some BIOS Option that could cause that?

 

Thank you!

 

EFI is attached so you can have a look if i made something fatally wrong...

 

 

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EFI_reborn.rar

Hi bro, could you to dump your BIOS of you motherboard and attach on post? 

 

From your last pic, you may need HEPT patch to resolve potential IRQ duplication. Attach link as below. From my side, before you install hackintosh on X99(or any platforms), dump BIOS and collect DSDT/DDST should be the first step.

 

https://github.com/corpnewt/SSDTTime

https://dortania.github.io/Getting-Started-With-ACPI/ssdt-methods/ssdt-easy.html#running-ssdttime

On 11/7/2020 at 2:41 PM, swanduron said:

Hi bro, could you to dump your BIOS of you motherboard and attach on post? 

 

From your last pic, you may need HEPT patch to resolve potential IRQ duplication. Attach link as below. From my side, before you install hackintosh on X99(or any platforms), dump BIOS and collect DSDT/DDST should be the first step.

 

https://github.com/corpnewt/SSDTTime

https://dortania.github.io/Getting-Started-With-ACPI/ssdt-methods/ssdt-easy.html#running-ssdttime

I'll do - as soon as I get my system booting again :)

I tried flashing the old bios again with a ch341a flasher and now I only get a black screen...

As soon as I get it working again, I'll report back

 

thanks for your suggestion, I think you might be onto something...

  • 2 weeks later...
On 11/7/2020 at 2:41 PM, swanduron said:

Hi bro, could you to dump your BIOS of you motherboard and attach on post? 

 

From your last pic, you may need HEPT patch to resolve potential IRQ duplication. Attach link as below. From my side, before you install hackintosh on X99(or any platforms), dump BIOS and collect DSDT/DDST should be the first step.

 

https://github.com/corpnewt/SSDTTime

https://dortania.github.io/Getting-Started-With-ACPI/ssdt-methods/ssdt-easy.html#running-ssdttime

So... Finally got it to boot again. Had to reflash the BIOS chip. I'm starting to hate this damn board!

Installed a fresh version of Win 10, ran SSDTime, DSDT.aml is attached to the post!

 

DSDT.aml

Edited by MaxFluteHD

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