Fix CPU Name with RestrictEvents

Shaneee

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I don't think so. OpenCore sets two CPU types for AMD by default, Xeon W for 8 cores or more and the i5 for less. Without seeing the Lilu debug to see what the kext is trying to replace can't say for sure it would be the same CPU type to replace.

C++:
  if (Cpu->ThreadCount >= 8) {
    Cpu->AppleProcessorType = AppleProcessorTypeXeonW;
  } else {
    Cpu->AppleProcessorType = AppleProcessorTypeCorei5Type5;
  }
 

savage001

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I’ve got the latest 1.0.2 and I see unknown on my ryzen 5 3500. What do I need to put in cpu type? 1537?


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Shaneee

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I’ve got the latest 1.0.2 and I see unknown on my ryzen 5 3500. What do I need to put in cpu type? 1537?


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It's within the PlatformInfo > Generic section of your config.
 

AMDPUSH

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I don't see where i made a mistake
i am on an external SSD with bigsur 11.3.1
 

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savage001

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I don't see where i made a mistake
i am on an external SSD with bigsur 11.3.1

Where is that folder located? You only need the .kext inside your kext folder in your EFI directory and make sure it’s added to your config.plist.


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