Stuck in Apple Logo with progress
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DAzzlehoff
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06-12-2019, 09:25 AM -
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Dear Mark,

first of all thank you for you Tutorial. It was easy to follow and I was able to create a bootable USB stick. Sadly I'm stuck on the first apple Logo with the progress Bar just starting off and then stopping :'(. I hope that you can help me out here. I was already looking through some Threads that were faxing similar issues but could find one that worked for me.



Here is my Setup:
ASUS X99-deluxe
GTX 1070
i7-5820K
32gb Hyper X DDR4-2400 HX426C15FWK2 / 16CL


Prior to installing I did update my BIOS from 3101 to 3902 

In the BIOS I changed the following options:
Changed the Boot priority to the USB stick
Intel VT for Directed I/O / Enabled -> Disabled
Intel xHCI Mode / smart Auto -> Enabled
OS Type / UEFI mode -> Other OS

The kext files I copied are the following:
USBInjectAll (Debug Version)
GenericUSBXHCI
Fake SMC

I attached the screenshot form the Verbose mode.

Let me know if you need any further informations. 

Thank you in advance <3


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06-12-2019, 09:47 PM -
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Hey @DAzzlehoff, try booting with the boot arg:
Code:
npci=x2000

Let me know how it goes.
hi guys welcome back to my roblox tutorial.
magda.gergo
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07-08-2019, 12:19 PM -
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(06-12-2019, 09:47 PM)Mark Wrote: Hey @DAzzlehoff, try booting with the boot arg:
Code:
npci=x2000

Let me know how it goes.

Hey Mark,

I have the almost identical setup as the user above except my mother board is not Asus but ASRock. I had the same issue that your suggested solution fixed. However, I completed the installation and when booting from the SSD I still have to enter the boot argument. Could you please help me how I can permanently solve it? I don't want to type the arg every time when booting.

Thanks,
Gergo
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07-08-2019, 08:05 PM -
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(07-08-2019, 12:19 PM)magda.gergo Wrote:
(06-12-2019, 09:47 PM)Mark Wrote: Hey @DAzzlehoff, try booting with the boot arg:
Code:
npci=x2000

Let me know how it goes.

Hey Mark,

I have the almost identical setup as the user above except my mother board is not Asus but ASRock. I had the same issue that your suggested solution fixed. However, I completed the installation and when booting from the SSD I still have to enter the boot argument. Could you please help me how I can permanently solve it? I don't want to type the arg every time when booting.

Thanks,
Gergo

Hi, please post a screenshot of your kernel panic. If it's too fast to catch a picture, just take a video instead.
hi guys welcome back to my roblox tutorial.


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