[Solved] Random hang-ups and kernel panic on MacOS BigSur 11.4 and Installer (Intel X299)

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Yew101

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Hello!
I wanted to upgrade my Catalina audio workstation PC to BigSur 11.4 , but it gets stuck at random moments on loading or installer, and when I'm rebooting to Catalina or older BigSur 11.2.3 it gives me kernel panic info, given in the Kernel Panic.txt. Catalina and BigSur 11.2.3 works flawlessly. What can be the problem? CPU: Intel Core i9-10980XE, MOBO: ASUS WS X299 Pro, RAM: 2x32GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200Mhz ,TB Card: Gigabyte Titan Ridge 2.0, SSD: Samsung 970 Evo Plus on newest firmware.

EDIT 1: Tried to downgrade BIOS, because I found that someone downgraded from 3405 BIOS to 3203 and that should resolve the problem, but in my case it didn't work and gave different kernel panic.
 

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Hello!
I wanted to upgrade my Catalina audio workstation PC to BigSur 11.4 , but it gets stuck at random moments on loading or installer, and when I'm rebooting to Catalina or older BigSur 11.2.3 it gives me kernel panic info, given in the Kernel Panic.txt. Catalina and BigSur 11.2.3 works flawlessly. What can be the problem? CPU: Intel Core i9-10980XE, MOBO: ASUS WS X299 Pro, RAM: 2x32GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200Mhz ,TB Card: Gigabyte Titan Ridge 2.0, SSD: Samsung 970 Evo Plus on newest firmware.

EDIT 1: Tried to downgrade BIOS, because I found that someone downgraded from 3405 BIOS to 3302 and that should resolve the problem, but in my case it didn't work and gave different kernel panic.
Remove "ResetLogoStatus" in ACPI>Quirks.
 

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Remove "ResetLogoStatus" in ACPI>Quirks.
It didn't help but has given a new kernel panic (Kernel Panic 2.txt) and now it crashes right after loading WhateverGreen when it starts to load the installer.
 

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It didn't help but has given a new kernel panic (Kernel Panic 2.txt) and now it crashes right after loading WhateverGreen when it starts to load the installer.
Make sure you're using a correct version of SSDT-ECUSBX. Use iMacPro1,1 for installation.
 

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Make sure you're using a correct version of SSDT-ECUSBX. Use iMacPro1,1 for installation.
I'm using my own SSDT that I've created myself. Catalina and Big Sur 11.2.3 work flawlessly with macpro 7.1. I thought that is sth with TSCAdjustReset kext cause it's a CPU panic but it's configured properly. I've changed to imacpro1,1 but it didn't change thing and now i can't even boot into bigsur 11.2.3 cause I'm getting prohibition sign
 
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I'm using my own SSDT that I've created myself. Catalina and Big Sur 11.2.3 work flawlessly with macpro 7.1. I thought that is sth with TSCAdjustReset kext cause it's a CPU panic but it's configured properly. I've changed to imacpro1,1 but it didn't change thing and now i can't even boot into bigsur 11.2.3 cause I'm getting prohibition sign
Use the SSDT-EC-USBX from OpenCore package.
 

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Make sure you're using a correct version of SSDT-ECUSBX. Use iMacPro1,1 for installation.
Ok i found an error in my USBX SSDT there was unwanted "_" symbol in 1 line and it was causing kernel panic #1 (I don't how my hackintosh has been even working earlier) and recompliling this ACPI removed this but there is another kernel panic after clicking arrow in choose language menu (Kernel Panic 3)

EDIT 1: I found out that it's not only 1 KP type, because when I reboot it has given me another one (KP 3A) and i think they're memory related, but my RAM is good, because i bought it new and I ran MemTest and it passed.

EDIT 2: It got back to USB related KP but now "Bus Power" (KP4)
 

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Ok i found an error in my USBX SSDT there was unwanted "_" symbol in 1 line and it was causing kernel panic #1 (I don't how my hackintosh has been even working earlier) and recompliling this ACPI removed this but there is another kernel panic after clicking arrow in choose language menu (Kernel Panic 3)

EDIT 1: I found out that it's not only 1 KP type, because when I reboot it has given me another one (KP 3A) and i think they're memory related, but my RAM is good, because i bought it new and I ran MemTest and it passed.

EDIT 2: It got back to USB related KP but now "Bus Power" (KP4)
Refer to post #6
 

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I compared my USBX to one in OpenCorePkg and they're the same
Set Kernel cache and architecture to Auto. Make sure memory settings are defined correctly.
 
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