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  1. What does that log refer to? Are you trying to install or to boot into an existing installation? What is your os? You need to use opencore debug to have a complete log, your lilu and weg should be fine, but you need a complete debug log of opencore to troubleshoot. The release version generates a log too, but with less info and most of the time it is not useful. If you are not able to create/replace the bootloader you can upload your opencore img or whatever it is here; if you don't want to share with the world your sensible data (serial number, uuid, etc.) just writ
  2. Make sure lilu+whatevergreen are injected. Make sure you really have a K600, try to not inject the vbios (from where did you get it?). Download and build opencore debug and lilu and whatevergreen debug, set the config.plist to log to file and provide logs for further troubleshooting. If you're not able to build yourself here there's a good help with debug versions available commit by commit for opencore/lilu/whatevergreen: Make sure to update your config.plist if you will use a versio
  3. Does it crash or you only don't have video output? Check with a remote management software.
  4. Unless you are using it with high sierra, no, you shouldn't see as 1050ti and that is expected because of compatibility.
  5. It should, it's not officially supported by Apple but it should work. As a starting point try to read here (it's from 2016, but it should still be valid): I confirm that the "fix" I posted does work for me, no more hangs or kp with file transfers, but smb is still unusable when running a vm from the mac os vm on a smb disc. <-- kp It fails when unpacking initramfs for a linux vm with the message "junk within compressed archive" and it kp. Running a vm from the vm on a nfs share works well.
  6. Ok, this seems the same type of kp I had from beta 7 big sur 10.16 (it didn't happen all the time, sometimes it hanged sometimes crashed with that kp <10%). I have no solution... Does switching to NFS is a no go for you?NFS seems to not have issues.
  8. More difficult, sorry I didn't read well your message. If it hangs the log can be useful, but if it hangs with a kp...look at the kp window once restarted and try to understand where the problem could be.. I have also kp related to cpu but only at very high cpu loads: I assigned all cpu to the vm (and this should not be correct), so when the vm uses all cores to 100% sometimes it kp. Try to monitor also the cpu load when it fails.
  9. Start logging before a file transfer and stop it when it hangs (hope you don't have a kp). Save the log and attach it somewhere. From what you are describing it seems an issue related to a cpu kp.
  10. Are you able to sniff packets during the transfer with wireshark?
  11. Hi, not sure if it makes the difference, but can you try to add [global] to your smb extras? [global] socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_LOWDELAY SO_RCVBUF=65536 SO_SNDBUF=65536 Reboot and test.
  12. Check also that your vms supports trim, if they don't you will see in your vms that the free space synchronizes (for the vdisk) but it doesn't in your real disk and it will fill.
  13. I strongly suggest to add trim function to your vm, so that the virtual disk synchronizes with the real hard drive, otherwise you can have your real drive filled: change this: <disk type='file' device='disk'> <driver name='qemu' type='raw' cache='writeback'/> <source file='/mnt/user/domains/Macinabox BigSur/macos_disk.img' index='1'/> <backingStore/> <target dev='hdd' bus='sata'/> <alias name='sata0-0-3'/> <address type='drive' controller='0' bus='0' target='0' unit='3'/> </disk>
  14. I would try the following things: 1- change ram from 17301504 to 16777216 2- add the custom code to the end of your xml!!! BigSur.xml#L134-L144 This is probably your issue. 3- change this: <cpu mode='host-passthrough' check='none'> <topology sockets='1' cores='2' threads='2'/> <cache mode='passthrough'/> </cpu> To this: <cpu mode='host-passthrough' check='none'/>