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by: AlGrey
#45351
@creep3r, check form how to report issues. Maybe you are running into a port limit issue. google for it
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@Crashmymac, that's not an issue with the usb patch. Looks like an issue with an wifi adapter or the gpu. Start by rebuilding cache.

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#45428
@AlGrey, I have the same symptoms as @Crashmymac. Used automated method, system no longer boots, forced to reinstall.

I'd be willing to try it again (or do the manual method) if you told me how to extract the relevant logs from a system that won't boot.

I've got a 2200G, RX580 8GB on Mojave. Audio, USB, and iCloud are all broken.
#45430
If it doesn't boot after running the script simply boot the installer again and run the post install to replace kernel and rebuild caches again.
#45432
Shaneee wrote:If it doesn't boot after running the script simply boot the installer again and run the post install to replace kernel and rebuild caches again.
Could you provide a few more details? I don't know how to do that :thumbup:

edit: specifically "run the post install " and "rebuild caches"
#45434
Remember when you installed macOS you had to run the script after installing to make it boot on AMD? Run that again.
#45437
@Shaneee, Oh this part?
This will now install macOS from the installed drive. Once finished it'll automatically reboot. When it does boot to the USB installer for the last time and run this command in Terminal,
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cp -r /Volumes/"OS X Base System"/System/Library/PrelinkedKernels/prelinkedkernel /Volumes/macOS/System/Library/PrelinkedKernels/
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cp -r /Volumes/"OS X Base System"/System/Library/PrelinkedKernels/prelinkedkernel.amd /Volumes/macOS/System/Library/PrelinkedKernels/
You can now reboot and boot the macOS drive and be welcomed by macOS Mojave.


There's nothing about cache rebuilding on there, but a quick google showed this
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sudo kextcache -i /
Please confirm if that's all I have to do and I'll get right on it. Thank you!
#45438
Ahh you've got Mojave? In that case assuming your HDD/SSD is named macOS use this,
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sudo kextcache -i /Volumes/macOS && sudo kextcache -u /Volumes/macOS
#45440
Hmmmmm. This time I ran the script and it didn't seem to do anything (MacOS booted just fine, USB hub still doesn't work). Rebuilt kextcache just in case, rebooted, still nothing. Ran the script again, it deleted the "changes", rebooted, back to square one. Oh well. It's not necessary for me, so I'll just wait until someone with a similar build to mine fixes their issues and I'll copy what they did.

FWIW, I ran the script again one last time to make sure I did it right and left it as is.
#45532
Guys, if someone had such problem - help! I installed High Sierra 10.13.3. There is one strange thing. USB ports work but chaotic?? Now I'll try to explain. Ports started to work without any problems. Support 3.0 speed. When I connected usb flash drive then all ports worked. When I connected usb hard drive some ports didn't work. In the window Apple > About this Mac > System information > USB - there is empty always. Motherboard MSI X399 SLI PLUS. It has many USB ports - 2.0, 3.0, 3.1. Any suggestions?
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by: AlGrey
#45557
@synoversky, use the report form
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