Trim issue on a Samsung NVME drives ring any bells?
Another issue could be you have a mis-match of dates for your OC files, they should all be from the same release, i.e. Drivers, Tools, OpenCore.efi and BOOTx64.efi. The files in your OC setup don't have the same dates.
Here is a expanded Finder view of your EFI Folder.
You don't need both the SSDT-EC.aml and SSDT-EC-USBX-DESKTOP.aml tables in your ACPI folder. You should remove the Generic SSDT-EC-USBX-DESKTOP.aml table.
You shouldn't need both the R9390-by_TheHackGuy.aml and SSDT-GPU-SPOOF.aml. These two tables are looking in two different locations for your discrete GPU. One is probably very wrong! Which is down to you to confirm. The table by the hack guy, looks more akin to the DSDT ACPI path for an intel system.
You also have the fake ID setup for your R9 390 in the DeviceProperties in your config.plist. You don't need the SSDT Spoof and the fake ID in the config. You have three items fixing the same issue, you only need one of the three!
You have HfsPlus32.efi, HfsPlusLegacy.efi btrfsx64.efi amd ext4_x64.efi, EXFatDxe.efi and ExFatDxeLegacy.efi in your Drivers folder.
You don't need these drivers.
All you need is HfsPlus.efi, OpenCanopy.efi and OpenRuntime.efi.
You have ALL the Broadcom Bluetooth kexts in your /OC/Kexts folder. You don't need most of them.
For Big Sur or Monterey you need the following:
BrcmPatchRAM3.kext, you should remove BrcmPatchRAM.kext and BrcmPatchRAM2.kext.
BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext, you should remove BrcmBluetoothInjectorLegacy.kext
BrcmFirmwareData.kext, you should remove BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext.
BlueToolFixup.kext, if running Big Sur or newer.
Edwin, you have been asking the same questions time and time again. Haven't you learnt anything from all the help you have received?
You need to research, read and read again before making changes to your OpenCore folder.
It is not as if the OpenCore release will just add a load of unnecessary kexts, drivers or ACPI tables to your setup. This is all down to USER ERROR, not an issue with OpenCore or your EFI suddenly failing.
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