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  1. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    I just get this:
  2. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    My boot menu doesn't have the reset NVRAM option anymore, I don't know what I did to get rid of it, must have deleted something in the config. How do I get it back?
  3. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Won't get to the sign-in screen with that.
  4. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Booted up correctly this time, still black-screened after a few minutes. I don't know, maybe it's not actually a GPU issue? I could have sworn that before, my About This Mac section identified the card correctly as an AMD Radeon RX 590 but now after I input the stuff we discussed above, it comes...
  5. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Okay, this is what I did. And when I try to boot up, it just ends up stuck doing this endlessly. What did I do wrong?
  6. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    I already had npci=0x2000 in my boot-arg but I added agdpmod=ignore. But it wouldn't boot when I did the second part of your suggestion. I have a 590, not a 580. What's the device-id I'd need for the 590?
  7. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    So after some more digging, I think this might be a known GPU problem called "black screening". According to the Dortania opencore install guide, there is a boot-arg that is used to fix this problem on RX 5000 and 6000 series cards called agdpmod=pikera. However, I am not running a 5000 or 6000...
  8. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    But if it were a system stability issue within the BIOS, wouldn't it affect my Windows boot as well? My Windows boot runs fine, it's just that it's.... Windows gags. I'll look into a BIOS update now. EDIT: By the way, I just checked. My BIOS version is actually already F12, out of the box. I...
  9. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    It's just the default out-of-the-box BIOS. I didn't think I needed to update it. And firmware on the SSD?
  10. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Yes, NCMeFix is enabled and installed. And yes, DisableRTCChecksum is set to "True". It still happens. I just read about a similar issue in Windows which was related to either an HDR issue or an overheating issue. I wonder if this might have something to do with that. The fans in my system do...
  11. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Nope, no dice with that folder either. Booted up, put on a YouTube video, and in a couple of minutes the monitors cut out, audio kept going, mouse and keyboard input became unresponsive and it required a hard reboot. Pulling my hair out over here.
  12. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Nope, nevermind. Crashing problem is back. It was stable for about 30 minutes there, but upon my reboot, it only lasted a couple of minutes before happening again. Still need help. Let me know if you see anything wrong with my config. Thanks.
  13. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Will do, thank you.
  14. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    ..... I may have fixed it. Upon examining my plist, I saw that my platform info didn't match up across all the subsections. I just made sure it all matched, updated my EFI folder and then cleared my nvram. I don't want to jinx it but it's been up and running now for longer than it usually took...
  15. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Sleep is already disabled in my system preferences. It happens when I am actively typing, clicking, playing a video on YouTube, or even editing in Premiere. There's no reason it should think it's time to sleep, at least not within macOS, I don't know about my kernel.
  16. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    Yes, I have the AppleMCEReporterDisabler.kext installed. I couldn't find "AdviseWindows" but I saw "AdviseFeatures" and it was already enabled. My "ProvideCPUInfo" was called "ProvideCurrentCPUInfo" and it was also already enabled. I'll take a look at your build and see if there are any things...
  17. TheGreatKadik

    Need Help: Crashing

    I recently made my second opencore macOS build, this time on Monterey. After some fiddling for a day or two, I got it to boot on my hardware and successfully installed it. It was stable for a day or so but now I'm having issues where after I boot up into macOS, it works fine for a few minutes...
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