Help with Big Sur installation

rulled

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Hello! I decided to install Big Sur for the first time, I did everything. But when booting from Opencore, nothing happens, throws it back to the boot menu. I pulled out a disk with Windows, boot strap in security is activated. Also i tried to set it None. Nothing. I tried different EFIs for my assembly, one started up, but nothing happened after the very first boot with the apple. (just hung an apple, without anyloading). System: ryzen 2700x, rx 570, 24gb ram, ab350m gigabyte.
My EFI:
 

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rulled

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I checked your config.plist and found out you have different settings from what OpenCore guide recommends.

eg: XchiPortLimit, ApplePanic, AppleDebug etc.

Please follow guide here on how to construct your config.plist : https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/AMD/zen.html#starting-point

Bonus: use this https://opencore.slowgeek.com/ (Sanity Checker) to check your config.plist
thanks! fixed all bugs in config, but still no result. efi: https://opencore.slowgeek.com/?file=amd061qEDQRD&rs=amd061 just wondering why this might be happening? cuz of what?
 

walaoehh

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What happens when it boots? It restarted itself after running some codes? What does it means throw back to boot menu?
 

walaoehh

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You sure you have made a correct bootable USB? When in boot menu, I don't usually choose OpenCore, instead I choose the drive itself. From what I see here, the drive doesn't seems to appear. You can try to make the USB again.
 
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rulled

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OK. I was finally able to install mac os. The problem was really in the flash drive, I did it wrong. Thanks!
 
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