AMD Ryzen R9 5900HX+6600m Install Monterey kernel Panic

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hey, @ExtremeXT, @Visual, I just got a minisforum hx90g, when I install monterey 12.6, I get a kernel panic message, I tried a few patches made by @Visual, but the kernel panic message will Recurrence; if it is convenient, can you provide directions or ideas to solve the problem; thank you very much.
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When I plug the device in the two usb4 ports, the device is recognized in hackintool, but when using diskutil list, it gets stuck and the device becomes unresponsive
Some updates:
  • EJ188/EJ198 is on GPP5 and seems to work okay
    • I have renamed XHC7 to XHC5
  • IOReg shows that XHC0 and XHC1 did not get renamed by the previous SSDT
    • So new SSDT does not delete XHC0 and XHC1
    • Instead, I am now deleting the RHUB device under XHC0 and XHC1 and creating a new RHUB with child ports
  • Previous port map did not modify GP19 that handles the three USB-C ports
    • I have created new SSDT-USB-HX99G-GP19.aml that deletes RHUB under XHC2, XHC3, XHC4 and creates new RHUB devices and child ports PRT1 and PRT2, both set to Type 9
    • We must also use the companion kext USBPorts-XHC2-XHC3-XHC4.kext
So let's try one more time with the following new files in REV-2 (attached):

First we have three SSDTs (previous ones should be disabled or replaced):
  • SSDT-USB-HX99G-GP17.aml
  • SSDT-USB-HX99G-GP19.aml
  • SSDT-USB-HX99G-GPP5.aml
And we have two code-less kexts (previous ones should be disabled or replaced):
  • USBPorts-XHC0-XHC1-XHC5.kext
  • USBPorts-XHC2-XHC3-XHC4.kext
After applying these changes and rebooting, let's see:
  • If USB-C ports work
  • IOReg output
 

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Some updates:
  • EJ188/EJ198 is on GPP5 and seems to work okay
    • I have renamed XHC7 to XHC5
  • IOReg shows that XHC0 and XHC1 did not get renamed by the previous SSDT
    • So new SSDT does not delete XHC0 and XHC1
    • Instead, I am now deleting the RHUB device under XHC0 and XHC1 and creating a new RHUB with child ports
  • Previous port map did not modify GP19 that handles the three USB-C ports
    • I have created new SSDT-USB-HX99G-GP19.aml that deletes RHUB under XHC2, XHC3, XHC4 and creates new RHUB devices and child ports PRT1 and PRT2, both set to Type 9
    • We must also use the companion kext USBPorts-XHC2-XHC3-XHC4.kext
So let's try one more time with the following new files in REV-2 (attached):

First we have three SSDTs (previous ones should be disabled or replaced):
  • SSDT-USB-HX99G-GP17.aml
  • SSDT-USB-HX99G-GP19.aml
  • SSDT-USB-HX99G-GPP5.aml
And we have two code-less kexts (previous ones should be disabled or replaced):
  • USBPorts-XHC0-XHC1-XHC5.kext
  • USBPorts-XHC2-XHC3-XHC4.kext
After applying these changes and rebooting, let's see:
  • If USB-C ports work
  • IOReg output
Nothing seems to have changed, including bluetooth devices that are not working properly and responding very slowly.
 

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Nothing seems to have changed, including bluetooth devices that are not working properly and responding very slowly.
Let's try one more attempt (VER 3) -- simply copy all files from attached ZIP to EFI/OC/ACPI and EFI/OC/Kexts folder and reboot. Would be good to see the IOReg file after reboot.

If this does not make any difference either, then I am out of ideas! ;)
 

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Let's try one more attempt (VER 3) -- simply copy all files from attached ZIP to EFI/OC/ACPI and EFI/OC/Kexts folder and reboot. Would be good to see the IOReg file after reboot.

If this does not make any difference either, then I am out of ideas! ;)
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I have only discovered this thread, having recently bought a HX99G (external 6600 graphics). I work in embedded systems development but have zero Hackintosh experience.

With the current settings, I can verify that two adjacent type-A usb ports are working on the rear and they can support USB2 devices and hubs but for USB3, only a single device and NO hubs ever work. For USB3, the IOregistry tool also shows the usb drivers occasionally deleting and reattaching this one device and when using a USB3 type network interface, the network link is consequently being restarted. These two type-A ports are on "XHC5" (base addresses 0x0010,0000 for the first port) and I believe this is the Etron EJ188/EJ198 chipset i.e. not the Rembrandt SoC USB.

Can anyone advise me if this is sensible:
. focus on getting only these two type-A XHC5 ports working fully (5Gbps with hubs) and remove any mention of the others from ACPI etc., or
. is it better to try to get say one of the Rembrandt ports working (the third type-A port on the rear is currently mapped to XHC1 ports 1/USB2 and 5/USB10Gbps, addresses 81x0,0000)?

(not sure if we can just ignore other controllers)
Thank you.
 

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I have only discovered this thread, having recently bought a HX99G (external 6600 graphics). I work in embedded systems development but have zero Hackintosh experience.

With the current settings, I can verify that two adjacent type-A usb ports are working on the rear and they can support USB2 devices and hubs but for USB3, only a single device and NO hubs ever work. For USB3, the IOregistry tool also shows the usb drivers occasionally deleting and reattaching this one device and when using a USB3 type network interface, the network link is consequently being restarted. These two type-A ports are on "XHC5" (base addresses 0x0010,0000 for the first port) and I believe this is the Etron EJ188/EJ198 chipset i.e. not the Rembrandt SoC USB.

Can anyone advise me if this is sensible:
. focus on getting only these two type-A XHC5 ports working fully (5Gbps with hubs) and remove any mention of the others from ACPI etc., or
. is it better to try to get say one of the Rembrandt ports working (the third type-A port on the rear is currently mapped to XHC1 ports 1/USB2 and 5/USB10Gbps, addresses 81x0,0000)?

(not sure if we can just ignore other controllers)
Thank you.
Is there any progress now?
 

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No progress by me. I've tried DSDT&Kexts from here, and also from https://github.com/Xmingbai/HX99G-Hackintosh (this EFI work appears to use an actual HX99).

I am currently using the system (monterey 12.6.3) but with only the two adjacent read USB type A sockets active - one supports a normal collection of USB2 only devices, and the other can have one USB2 or one USB3 device (i.e. I can have 2 fast internal nvme disks and one fast external usb3.2 disk, and I have a USB2 network interface). I have to balance hacking time with work time.

For Linux, I've found that the pop_os! Linux correctly detects all hardware including the 6600 GPU and usb3.2 (looks like thunderbolt is also working but I didn't check that). For BSD, you'll need FreeBSD-14-current in order that the latest linux drivers for navi23 (6600) can be installed i.e. don't bother with FreeBSD-13.x. When working on adjusting monterey, I find that the pop_os! install USB disk offers a fast way to quickly access the EFI setup and restore a known working version if something breaks.
 

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hey, @ExtremeXT, @Visual, I just got a minisforum hx90g, when I install monterey 12.6, I get a kernel panic message, I tried a few patches made by @Visual, but the kernel panic message will Recurrence; if it is convenient, can you provide directions or ideas to solve the problem; thank you very much.
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小兵大佬你好,我的机器是R7000p2021a。5800h和6600m出现了和你一样的提示这个该怎么解决DC7A0624C277C7502C7E225EEFB55FC8.jpg
 

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小兵大佬你好,我的机器是R7000p2021a。5800h和6600m出现了和你一样的提示这个该怎么解决
Hello, Xiaobing, my machine is R7000p2021a. 5800h and 6600m have the same prompt as you. How to solve this problem?

@zeroice post in English. Using a Translation app/Google or Apple's built-in Translation isn't difficult.
@zeroice 用英语发帖。使用翻译应用程序/谷歌或苹果的内置翻译并不难。
 

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No progress by me. I've tried DSDT&Kexts from here, and also from https://github.com/Xmingbai/HX99G-Hackintosh (this EFI work appears to use an actual HX99).

I am currently using the system (monterey 12.6.3) but with only the two adjacent read USB type A sockets active - one supports a normal collection of USB2 only devices, and the other can have one USB2 or one USB3 device (i.e. I can have 2 fast internal nvme disks and one fast external usb3.2 disk, and I have a USB2 network interface). I have to balance hacking time with work time.

For Linux, I've found that the pop_os! Linux correctly detects all hardware including the 6600 GPU and usb3.2 (looks like thunderbolt is also working but I didn't check that). For BSD, you'll need FreeBSD-14-current in order that the latest linux drivers for navi23 (6600) can be installed i.e. don't bother with FreeBSD-13.x. When working on adjusting monterey, I find that the pop_os! install USB disk offers a fast way to quickly access the EFI setup and restore a known working version if something breaks.
One work around for USB3.x that has helped me is place an M.2 to PCIe extender (https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B078HKPR9N/) in the second M.2 NVMe socket and then drive an external Inateck PCIe to USB 3.2 Gen 2 Card (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08M5YHWFD). I am not convinced that this particular Inateck card supports USB3.2gen2 as claimed but it seems fine as USB3.2gen1. By avoiding the AMD 6900HX internal USB controllers, the system is very stable.
 

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The Inateck PCIe card has a maximum bandwidth of 20 Gbs which is shared between the 5 x USB ports.

The 2 x Type-C ports and next two Type-A ports share 10 Gbs between them. So using more than one port at a time would impact on the bandwidth available to each connected device.

Only the bottom/left hand Type-A port has 10 Gbs bandwidth exclusively.

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The M.2 adapter adds another limitation to the equation seeing as the maximum throughput it is capable of is 1000 Mb/s.
 

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The Inateck PCIe card has a maximum bandwidth of 20 Gbs which is shared between the 5 x USB ports.

The 2 x Type-C ports and next two Type-A ports share 10 Gbs between them. So using more than one port at a time would impact on the bandwidth available to each connected device.

Only the bottom/left hand Type-A port has 10 Gbs bandwidth exclusively.

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The M.2 adapter adds another limitation to the equation seeing as the maximum throughput it is capable of is 1000 Mb/s.
Thanks! That PCIe adapter (from my hacking junk box) rated at 1GB/s explains why I never see >5Gb/s from the Inateck card.
Now that I have a stable system, I will search for an adapter with better speed specs (I see a few more compact options from a quick search just now).
 
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