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Dell E7440: macOS Ventura won't boot after changing SIP


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I just did the same, change csr-active-config to 00000000 and reset NVRam, I'm able to boot but lost graphics acceleration.

I'm still able to boot though. Did you remove the bootarg -no_compat_check?

ok, had to re-run the patch which means having to switch back the setting again.

Looks like you'll have to repatch ever time you reset NVRam

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no, you need to leave it in if you want to use MBP11,4 as smbios 

 

Note: Machines running macOS Ventura or systems with non-Metal GPUs cannot enable SIP outright, due to having a patched root volume. Enabling will brick the installation.

This is found in Dortania's guide for OCLP

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As Jake said: leave SIP disabled (whether partially or fully), do not re-enable it (i.e. DO NOT set csr-active-config to 0). SMBIOS is irrelevant here, it's the OCLP patch for unsupported Haswell iGPU that requires SIP to be kept disabled.

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