This is a known issue read: https://hackintosher.com/guides/hackintosh-catalina-10-15-2-update-guide/#amd
Add the boot flag and update WEG to 1.3.6. link in the 10.15.2 guide and it should get the card working.
Alright I reuploaded a new EFI to https://hackintosher.com/guides/how-to-make-a-macos-10-15-catalina-flash-drive-installer/#folder that should fix AE_NOT_FOUND for you. If you downloaded the old one yesterday you'll need to redownload the new one.
Actually with the above EFI you might get stuck at ************** with -v
I was loading another config.plist in the bootloader to get around that I'll have to look more into this issue, Ill keep you posted if it doesn't work for you.
One of the issues has to do with the EC changes in Catalina I added a rename in DSDT patches
I uploaded the EFI from my ASUS test build it should fix the AE_NOT_FOUND
Were using the same CPU and...
Catalina requires a new USB Port Limit patch for those looking to increase the number of usable USB ports on a hackintosh.
Catalina 10.15.0 (2 Patches)
Find* [HEX]: 83FB0F0F
Replace* [HEX]: 83FB3F0F
Comment: USB Port Limit Patch 1...
I had that same verbose output when I was trying to install Catalina on my ASUS Z370 board and It took me all day to find a work around. It's a combination of .efi and config.plist changes to get the installer to load. I will try and post a fix later this evening or tomorrow on the home page...
I haven't been keeping up with AMD so I don't know if it works for Mojave but I did make a guide for High Sierra https://hackintosher.com/guides/amd-ryzen-hackintosh-guide-installing-macos-high-sierra-10-13/
With AMD you need a pathed kernel for the version of macOS you are using. Just reading...
The Port-Limit patch no longer works in Mojave so adding it along with any extra DSDT patches isn’t going to help you.
I see that none of your USB3 ports are injected therefore no USB3 speeds. You need to create a SSDT-UIAC.aml for your specific motherboard and place it in EFI/Clover/ACPI/patched/
I recommend an RX 560 I've used these two so far and had success with both.
Sapphire RX 560
Gigabyte RX 560
I couldn't boot 10.13.6 on an ASUS motherboard with your second EFI either. It seems that your config.plist is the problem because simply replacing it with the one from the general guide allowed me to boot into 10.13.6 with integrated UHD 630 graphics.
I suggest you replace your config.plist...
I havn't seen a kernel trap on a i7-8700k before. Are you still having this issue? I can take a look at your EFI since I have similar hardware.
Edit: I got a Kernel Panic trying to load your EFI on my ASUS Z370-G + i7-8700k, I'll figure out what's wrong specifically with your EFI later today...
You can tell by looking at the Dock. If it's white that means you don't have acceleration if it's transparent and shows blur you have acceleration. Take a screenshot of macOS High Sierra with the default high sierra background and post it here if you can't tell and I should be able to tell you.
The reason for your graphical issues is because VMWare relies on its own basic graphical driver and that is what beings used not your Intel HD graphics or AMD card for VMWare doesn't support GPU passthrough. You have to be using ESXi or Linux for that. As for a higher color bit you would have to...