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I have tried and tried and cannot get this to work.  I am running a Ryzen 3 2200G and 16 GB ram, tried integrated graphics, and my Radeon RX 550.  with all motherboard settings set as per Niresh instructions. (Some I could not find). Tried with windows pre installed and without.  It is a custom built PC I built myself.

 

MSI B350 Gaming motherboard.

 

I have followed the instructions to the T.  I get a clover boot screen, I choose to boot Niresh installation, I get a verbose screen that ends with "Previous shutdown cause 3" and goes no further.

 

Also there is a line that says unsupported processor found, or something like.

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RedneckDude

Make that MSI B350M Gaming Pro.

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Hackintosh

@RedneckDude Please attach a picture.

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@Niresh  Here are pics of my screens.  I hope they are readable.spacer.png

 

 

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Hackintosh

@RedneckDude 

This is called PCI Configuration Error

From option menu add one boot flag, try one at a time

  •  npci=0x2000
  •  npci=0x3000
  • PCIRootUID=1

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@Niresh Thanks! That worked, and I have included it permanently with Clover Configurator. This is a dual boot with Windows 10 already installed.

I have the Hackintosh running now, but I have to have the USB inserted to be able to boot into it. I assume there is a fix?

 

Also having a little trouble with drivers. I have no ethernet connection. Looking for drivers for ethernet and graphics.

 

System Report shows no ethernet card or sound card installed.

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Hackintosh

@RedneckDude Do you have windows on the same hard drive?

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@Niresh No, separate hard drive. Fixed ethernet.

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Hackintosh

@RedneckDude 

Good, then Download & Install Clover to fix USB boot issue.

Apple ALC may fix sound problem.

What is your graphics model?

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@Niresh Graphics model is AMD Radeon RX 550. 4GB.  The onboard is the Vega 8 graphics built into the Ryzen cpu.  I have tried both and my graphics performance is not great. System info says 7 MB graphics.

I have installed clover, not sure what to do with it.  Sorry I'm so needy, I'm new at this.

 

Now I get a kernel panic every time I shut down.

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@Niresh Ok, I got sound going, got clover to let me boot to Mac or Windows.  Still have the graphics issue, and Every reboot I see a kernel panic message.

 

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Hackintosh

@RedneckDude How did you install Clover?

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@Niresh I found instructions on how to use Clover Configurator to mount the EFI and inserted clover. Everything is now working fine except for the kernel panic and when I shut down Mac, it reboots rather than shutting down.  Upon reboot, I get the panic notice and a window telling me that my computer shut down due to an error.

 

Happy Easter

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Hackintosh

@RedneckDude :)

Could you take a picture of the kernel panic and attach here.

 

If you could post all the stuff you did detailed it may help some users.

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@Niresh  am sorry if I have wasted your time. I decided after all the issues that I would start over and just have Mac instead of dual booting with Windows.

Upon doing so, I am having better success. I am having trouble permanently applying the boot flags though.

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@RedneckDude Use clover configurator to add boot flags to config.plist

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