OpenCore Legacy Patcher and Ventura 13.2.1 Update

My macbookpro11,5 is rocking OpenCore Legacy Patcher (OCLP) 0.6.1 with Ventura. I recently updated from 13.2 to 13.2.1 and macOS updated after about an hour and a couple restarts and log-ins. Afterward, I attempted to use OCLP and its Post Install Root Patch feature and encountered an error message: “PatcherSupportPkg resources missing, Patcher likely corrupted!!!”, which left the macOS running without graphics acceleration (and a bit more slowly).

I first tried building OCLP’s nightly build code from my Mac, but I was left with the same message, above.

Finally, from OCLP’s “Build and run from source” page I clicked the link to download a pre-built binary. Using the pre-built binary to launch OCLP 0.6.2(n), where “n” equals nightly build, I then clicked the button to complete a Post Install Root Patch which loaded the proper GPU code and after a restart 13.2.1 is running nicely on my Mac.

5 thoughts on “OpenCore Legacy Patcher and Ventura 13.2.1 Update

  1. Thanks Brad – saw your post on macrumors – will try your suggestion and let you know.

  2. Schwie, While you were writing this solution on your webpage, I was making the bad mistake of updating my MacBook11,5 just before heading off to the rain forest. Of course, I ran into the “problem occurred trying to download the Kernel Debug Kit” issue and then the “PatcherSupportPkg resources missing, Patcher likely corrupted!!!” It took me HOURS to download, and then redownload, and then re-redownload 700 Megs over an expensive slow cellular connection but your download link got my MacBook running properly now. THANK YOU! Rob

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