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I've installed Catalina 10.15 by following Niresh's guide and using his distro. Everything worked well and I eventually managed to make my hardware almost fully compatible (except for the trackpad gestures and some other minor issues). I'm in love with the OS and I want to keep it, but sometimes I experience kernel panics (usually after a couple of hours of usage, but sometimes it doesn't panic at all). I've tried to troubleshoot the log file but I can't understand what is causing the issue:

{"timestamp":"2020-01-18 12:41:23.16 +0100","bug_type":"210","os_version":"Mac OS X 10.15 (19A583)"}
{"macOSProcessedStackshotData":"bm8gb24gZGlzayBvciBzbGVlcC93YWtlIGZhaWx1cmUgcGFuaWMgc3RhY2tzaG90IGZvdW5k","macOSPanicString":"panic(cpu 2 caller 0xffffff801d4290b7): \"IOSCSIPeripheralDeviceType05::setPowerState(0xffffff80425efa60 : 0xffffff7f9d6f218a, 1 -> 4) timed out after 100686 ms\"@\/BuildRoot\/Library\/Caches\/com.apple.xbs\/Sources\/xnu\/xnu-6153.11.26\/iokit\/Kernel\/IOServicePM.cpp:5302\nBacktrace (CPU 2), Frame : Return Address\n0xffffff8132e1bb40 : 0xffffff801cd3f98b \n0xffffff8132e1bb90 : 0xffffff801ce76c15 \n0xffffff8132e1bbd0 : 0xffffff801ce6861e \n0xffffff8132e1bc20 : 0xffffff801cce6a40 \n0xffffff8132e1bc40 : 0xffffff801cd3f077 \n0xffffff8132e1bd40 : 0xffffff801cd3f45b \n0xffffff8132e1bd90 : 0xffffff801d4d2d89 \n0xffffff8132e1be00 : 0xffffff801d4290b7 \n0xffffff8132e1be50 : 0xffffff801d428c79 \n0xffffff8132e1be60 : 0xffffff801d44002e \n0xffffff8132e1bea0 : 0xffffff801d427a28 \n0xffffff8132e1bec0 : 0xffffff801cd811d5 \n0xffffff8132e1bf40 : 0xffffff801cd80d01 \n0xffffff8132e1bfa0 : 0xffffff801cce613e \n\nBSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task\nBoot args: -v dart=0 darkwake=0 debug=0x100 \n\nMac OS version:\n19A583\n\nKernel version:\nDarwin Kernel Version 19.0.0: Wed Sep 25 20:18:50 PDT 2019; 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This is the last panic I've had, about 20 minutes ago. If I understand correctly, IOSCSIPeripheralDeviceType05 is what is causing the issue when trying to setPowerState. Is that correct?
Also, what is that PeripheralDevice and what can I do/try to solve this?
Thank you!

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ursacian

try disable power saving options in macOS settings

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freaky

@ursacian @ursacian already done it, at first I thought I had solved, but then it happened again. I haven't experienced any panic in the last 4-5 days, so I'm expecting that one will happen soon. Could it be caused by the DVD reader, since Catalina doesn't support it?

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ursacian

@freaky don't think so, i'm having a dvd reader and running 10.15.2, no kernel panics. i'm running it on a pc, tho. try upgrading fakesmc kext and other ones (using clover config utility). it's also worth posting on reddit (/r/hackintosh) without mentioning that you're using niresh :) 

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