Boots but then freezes after few minutes + I225V No Lan

he4097555

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  • CPU: Ryzen R9 5900X
  • Motherboard: Gigabyte AORUS X570SI PRO AX - BIOS F2
  • RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 16x2 3600CL18
  • Graphics: Gigabyte AORUS Master RX 6800 XT
I sucessfully installed Monterey onto my PC, however system would freeze after a few minutes in and I am not sure how to find the issue.
I have attached below my files

Also, I realised there is a kext for I225 but what not sure what I need to put into the config.list, that's why the LAN ain't working.
 

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Middleman

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  • CPU: Ryzen R9 5900X
  • Motherboard: Gigabyte AORUS X570SI PRO AX - BIOS F2
  • RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 16x2 3600CL18
  • Graphics: Gigabyte AORUS Master RX 6800 XT
I sucessfully installed Monterey onto my PC, however system would freeze after a few minutes in and I am not sure how to find the issue.
I have attached below my files

Also, I realised there is a kext for I225 but what not sure what I need to put into the config.list, that's why the LAN ain't working.
Hi there,

Looks like you need to add AppleMCEReporterDisabler.kext into Kernel > Add - this is an issue with the 12.3 update.
As for the I225 LAN no patches nor kexts are required as they should be seen natively in Monterey.

If it helps I have a full build here for the B550 Vision D with 5900X & RX6800 on Monterey 12.3 > https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...samsung-1tb-970-evo-plus.319781/#post-2316854
 

he4097555

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Hi there,

Looks like you need to add AppleMCEReporterDisabler.kext into Kernel > Add - this is an issue with the 12.3 update.
As for the I225 LAN no patches nor kexts are required as they should be seen natively in Monterey.

If it helps I have a full build here for the B550 Vision D with 5900X & RX6800 on Monterey 12.3 > https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...samsung-1tb-970-evo-plus.319781/#post-2316854
Thanks man, I have an X570 board tho, does that mean I have to delete your B550 SSDTs? If I deleted them does that mean I can use it straightaway?
 

Middleman

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Thanks man, I have an X570 board tho, does that mean I have to delete your B550 SSDTs? If I deleted them does that mean I can use it straightaway?
Erm, nope. Unless they differ severely they are actually compatible with your board and ‘required’. Basically 550 or 570 is really the same 500 series chipset.
 
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