Cannot upgrade from 11.6.1 to 12.0

dmls

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In the previous post I upgraded to the latest Opencore, patches and extensions, but due to some problems I didn't choose to update. Now I'm ready to upgrade to 12.0, and he didn't get into the system smoothly. Since I don't know how to describe the problem I recorded a video hoping you don't mind

 

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Shaneee

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The solution is to use an older BIOS version the majority of the time it's one prior to 5000 series support, which you can't do as you've got a 5600X.
 

misterrm

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The solution is to use an older BIOS version the majority of the time it's one prior to 5000 series support, which you can't do as you've got a 5600X.
I've tried every possible BIOS that supports ryzen 3000, even the oldest one and no luck with mine MSI X570 A-PRO. So it is not 100% accurate

Ok.. Mea culpa.

I have installed the oldest possible bios for X570 A-PRO (7C37vH1) and Monterey installation just started without any hiccup.

I think this issue might be related to AMD ComboPI1.0.0.3, not to MSI ACPI, as the oldest possible bios is just a initial bios without any additional upgrades and the second oldest version has implemented this CombiPI. Since that the monterey is not working at all.
 
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