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Asus Prime Z370-A II Transitioning from Clover to Open Core v 0.6.6 - "No mapping exists for frame pointer"

Asus Prime Z370-A II Transitioning from Clover to Open Core v 0.6.6 - "No mapping exists for frame pointer"

joshkinsey

I have an Asus Prime Z370-P II that I've successfully hacked with open core. Here's my most recent config.plist [OC 0.6.6](https://www.joshkinsey.com/files/opencore_config_0.6.6.plist) . You won't be able to drop it straight in and go since I removed the stuff PlatformInfo stuff specific to my system from it. Also, it's referring to some kexts that won't work with your system, but maybe it'll point you in the right direction. I don't think you need the SSDT-AWAC for our particular board.


Zoratt

This is what did it thanks Josh! Settings that differ from the guide for this motherboard in Config.plist - Booter - Quirks * DevirtualiseMMio - True * ProtectUefiServices - False * RebuildAppleMemoryMap - False * SetupVirtualMap - False


Zoratt

Thanks Josh. I will check that out and see what I can find. I will review the AWAC.aml I looked in your config.plist where did you find the CFG Lock in the Asus Bios. you have AppleXcpmCfgLock set to disabled. ​ ​ I wanted to post this for others that have the Asus Prime Z370-P and confirm with you on Bios Settings: [\#](https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/config.plist/coffee-lake.html#disable)**Disable** * Fast Boot – Boot  Fast Boot * Secure Boot – Boot\\Secure Boot * Serial/COM Port – Advanced\\Onboard Devices\\Configuration * Parallel Port (none) * VT-d (can be enabled if you set DisableIoMapper to YES) – Advanced\\System Agent (SA) Configuration * CSM – Boot\\CSM (Compatibility Support Module) * Thunderbolt(For initial install, as Thunderbolt can cause issues if not setup correctly) – Advanced\\Thunderbolt™ Configuration * Intel SGX – advanced\\cpu configuration * Intel Platform Trust – advanced\\PCH-FW Configuration – TPM - Discrete * CFG Lock (MSR 0xE2 write protection)(**This must be off, if you can't find the option then enable AppleXcpmCfgLock under Kernel -> Quirks. Your hack will not boot with CFG-Lock enabled**) – Can’t find so did the Kernel -> Quirks [\#](https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/config.plist/coffee-lake.html#enable)**Enable** * VT-x - Advanced\\CPU Configuration – Intel Virtualization Technology * Above 4G decoding - Advanced\\System Agent (SA) Configuration * Hyper-Threading – not supported on 9700k chipset * Execute Disable Bit - can’t find it * EHCI/XHCI Hand-off – option not showing under Advanced\\USB Configuration * OS type: Windows 8.1/10 UEFI Mode – Boot\\Secure Boot * DVMT Pre-Allocated(iGPU Memory): 64MB – Advanced\\System Agent (SA) Configuration\\Graphics Configuration * SATA Mode: AHCI – Advanced\\PCH Storage Configuration


joshkinsey

In my bios, its under Advanced>CPU Configuration>CPU - Power Management Control [https://imgur.com/a/EyWua1C](https://imgur.com/a/EyWua1C)


Zoratt

Thanks. I had found it before but couldn't find it again. It is like a game of Where is Waldo.


Zoratt

>OC 0.6.6 Josh, are you running a Video Card, or the stock integrated Intel one?


joshkinsey

Radeon RX 570. I'm using the intel headless for quick sync support.


Zoratt

Thanks. The changes you made under booter made all the difference. Making my way through install and fingers are crossed.


Zoratt

Using Sanity Checker: [https://opencore.slowgeek.com/?file=coffeelake066HZaek3&rs=coffeelake066](https://opencore.slowgeek.com/?file=coffeelake066HZaek3&rs=coffeelake066) I updated **DisableIoMapper** to True even though I have that set in the BIOS.


rickyandika97

Have you got this to fixed?


Zoratt

Yes I did. Thought I had changed the flair to Solved.


rickyandika97

What did you do to fix this? Is it the one where you change the parts on the booter segment to this values? DevirtualiseMMio -True Protectuefiservice-False Rebuildapplememorymap -false Setup virtualmap-false


Zoratt

Yes. That is what allowed me to get past the issue. Since being up and running I have done an update with no issue.


rickyandika97

Thanks! Will try this out


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You're welcome.


Zoratt

Great. Which motherboard are you using?


rickyandika97

Im using Asus Z370 Prime P. Should be pretty similar to yours i assume...


Zoratt

Yeah. There was someone else that used another Asus Z370 board and this fixed their issue too, why I was asking. If it works, share back so others know.