x570 hackintosh cannot boot after updating BIOS

tung_opeth

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thanks guys, i solve the problem messing around with booter's quirks config as you guys mentioned above
 

KirillMarkov

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Hi guys!
I have the same problem with ROG Crosshair VIII Hero motherboard. My ryzentosh stuck on EXITBS:START since bios version 2010.

I set quirks as:
SyncRuntimePermissions = True
RebuildAppleMemoryMap = True
SetupVirtualMap = False

Before my settings was:
SyncRuntimePermissions = False
RebuildAppleMemoryMap = False
SetupVirtualMap = True

My system also can’t boot with any bios version since 2010 up to 3xxx, but it works well with any of 1xxx bios version.

I tried any combinations of these quirks, but there’s no result.

Have you any ideas?

Best regards,
Kirill
 

KirillMarkov

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Update:
My system still can’t boot with new bios.
If I enable “above 4G decoding” option and remove “npci=0x2000” from boot args, boot stuck at “PCI configuration begin”.
If I disable “above 4G decoding” and add “npci=0x2000”, I have the same error.
If I enable “above 4G decoding” and add “npci=0x2000”, my system start booting, but it always reset after following log strings:
IOConsoleUsers: gIOScreenLockState 3, hs 0, bs 0, now 0, sm 0x0
apfs_load_inode_internal:6107: *** reset ino 12944875 size block to 37993 (from 64324)
 

Aluveitie

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Make sure ResizableBAR is disabled if that option is present. If you disable Above 4G decoding you could try npci=0x3000.
Also re-check all relevant BIOS settings, after update everything is reset to default.
 

KirillMarkov

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ResizableBAR is disabled. I also tried npci=0x3000, result was the same. After update bios I always clear CMOS and resetup.
 

Aluveitie

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@KirillMarkov Remove the DSDT.aml from your EFI/config.plist. You should not need to have it there, and it can break on every BIOS update or even BIOS reconfiguration
 

KirillMarkov

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Thank you, system can boot now, but it always stuck after ~1 min with error
 

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Aluveitie

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If you’re on Catalina you could try Big Sur, that fixed a lot of issues.
Otherwise you could backtrack your changes to the DSDT and rewrite them as proper SSDT patches so it does not break on every BIOS update.
 
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