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  2. Jake Lo

    Dell Vostro 5568 - Sierra / High Sierra

    Remove apfs.efi, ApfsDriverLoader-64.efi will load the correct version from your MacOS
  3. Steven LIn

    Dell Vostro 5568 - Sierra / High Sierra

    Hi @Jake Lo My clover version is 4674, and use os 10.13.5. Bios: 1.5.4 too. I used Vostro5568_v1.3.0_HS.zip from #13, after I format hardware and install os on hardware and it can't boot system and report the error: ----------- apfs_keybag_get:1328 failed to get apfs volume keybag err = 2 ---------------- Because I didn't understand the principle, I tried to install various versions, but failed. Can you help me? Thank you very much.... clover efi.zip
  4. Hello Guys, I have updated my E7240 to 10.14.3 (18D109) and it went fine, however I can't click the icon Security & Privacy in System Preferences and the Software update icon is also missing. I have attached screenshots. Does anyone has the same issue ? What could possibly be wrong ?
  5. geekmac

    [SOLVED] E7440 Intel HD 4600 and no audio detected

    Many thanks, but I figured out that duplicate kexts in /L/E are the culprits. I took a backup and removed most of the kexts except the two in your EFI (copy to /L/E). Now it is super fast boot within 20 secs Good day.
  6. Hervé

    [SOLVED] No CAMERA for E7440 Mojave 10.4.3

    In my particular experience with MBP11,1 vs. MBA6,2 1) it's closer to the Dell E6x40/E7x40 in terms of specs 2) I obtained better CPU power management (more multiplier steps) on a non-U CPU Now, if you want to compare: MacBookPro11,1 MacBookAir6,2
  7. Hervé

    E5520 Mojave

    You can reuse existing patched DSDT. Beware because this old trick (using the graphics drivers from HiSie) apparently no longer works in10.14.4...
  8. punjabigator

    [SOLVED] No CAMERA for E7440 Mojave 10.4.3

    Jake and Herve, what are the advantages using MBP11,1 over MBP6,2. I have used the later for years. Thank you for sharing your insight.
  9. marliwahoo

    E5520 Mojave

    I'm using the hd3000 drivers from High Sierra and Mojave is working ok (in dark mode) with sound & ethernet working. If you have a minute, I was hoping to get a patched DSDT, I've always had trouble with patching it myself. Thanks again for all the support this site provides!
  10. jfmac

    Bootpack mojave E6230

    Thank you Jake ; will try it this morning.
  11. It's long been stated that the Nvidia NVS5200M is not supported. It's a Fermi card and Mojave only supports nVidia Kepler GPUs. The NVS5200M was no longer supported in High Sierra. That kisses goodbye to HDMI output... Please read the existing threads re: E6530 and Mojave/High Sierra/Sierra.
  12. DerAlSem

    Dell E5450 Yosemite?

    Hi, could you please advise if you got Latitude E5450 fully working? A little bit confused with your signature (it's e6440 there). So basically wonder how both video adapters are managed, if audio/bt/wifi is working. Or maybe easier to ask "What is NOT working?".
  13. MrJonesIII

    Mojave on Dell Latitude E6530 - need help with bootpack, etc

    I should also perhaps mention that the HDMI port is pretty important to me. I need to run two displays if I can. I have the dock with the dual DVI ports and was thinking of using that to get my dual displays if possible, otherwise, I could get away with using the laptop screen and the HDMI port. I'm guessing that this means I have to try and get the nVidia thing working. I've read that it drains the battery and stops sleep. Neither of these things worry me in the slightest. This laptop is always going to be plugged in to AC power and I don't need it to sleep.
  14. MrJonesIII

    Mojave on Dell Latitude E6530 - need help with bootpack, etc

    This is the EFI folder that gets me to the OS X Install page, but with no graphics output to the screen or any of the video outputs on the laptop. EFI Gets to OSX Install Black Screen.zip
  15. MrJonesIII

    Mojave on Dell Latitude E6530 - need help with bootpack, etc

    Video of the boot log can be downloaded from here - (100MB) - https://app.box.com/s/jnlu5u91jm3jzvh8tme9zz0l5tcftai9
  16. MrJonesIII

    Bootpack mojave E6230

    Done. https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/11344-mojave-on-dell-latitude-e6530-need-help-with-bootpack-etc/
  17. Hi there, Used Jake Lo's guide from here - https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/8506-dell-latitude-inspiron-precision-vostro-xps-clover-guide/?tab=comments#comment-87342 to create my bootloader, but can't seem to wade through the volumes of information out there to find my way to a bootloader, config.plist or list of kexts to get this thing to go. I stumbled across someone asking for a bootloader for a E6230 and Jake referred him to one that he did for someone else back in October 2018, and I tried that and got a lot further than ever before, but unfortunately after a few pages of console post logs on the screen, the screen goes black. I tried connecting a HDMI screen to the port but there was nothing there. Also tried connecting a display to the SVGA port and again, nothing. Although, pressing the keys at random caused the automatic accessibility assistant to start talking me through what was on the screen, so I'm thinking that it booted far enough to get to the OS X install page, but just couldn't drive my Intel or nVidia display cards or display. I tried changing the graphics injection setting from the Intel to the nVidia and get the same result, including the Accessibility Assistant talking to me, so I know it's getting as far as the OS X install window, but the screen is still black. Hardware configuration can be viewed here - http://linux-hardware.org/?probe=906439ca69 I have recorded video of the screen so that you can see if there are any logs that might help that pop up while it's doing its thing. I'll post a link to that when it's finished transcoding. Thanks in advance for all and any help, suggestions, comments, anything! Regards, MrJJ
  18. MrJonesIII

    Bootpack mojave E6230

    Of course. Doing that right now. Apologies.
  19. Jake Lo

    Bootpack mojave E6230

    off-topic open new thread for E6530
  20. Hervé

    [SOLVED] No CAMERA for E7440 Mojave 10.4.3

    That's exactly what Jake is saying... Stay with MBP11,1!
  21. Hervé

    E5520 Mojave

    There's no support for HD3000 in Mojave. Stick to High Sierra.
  22. MrJonesIII

    Bootpack mojave E6230

    After the screen had been blank for a while, I tried plugging in a HDMI cable connected to a 24" display and nothing. Then tried pushing a bunch of keys on the keyboard and the OSX Install text to speech started talking to me, so I think that means it progressed to the OSX install, but couldn't drive my screen for some reason. It's really close, but just not close enough!
  23. MrJonesIII

    Bootpack mojave E6230

    I just tried using this guide and the Mojave bootpack Jake Lo linked to above and although the clover UI was perfect, and there were lots of lines of post, the screen goes blank. Mine, however is a Dell Latitude E6530 (http://linux-hardware.org/?probe=906439ca69 ) I'd be eternally grateful if someone could steer me in the right direction on how to get this thing working with Mojave. Not too fussed about any fancy stuff, just a working Hackintosh that I can run email, calendar, Messages, etc. I've done a few over the last 8 years, but I’m rusty and basically a noob to all this, so please be gentle! Don't need wifi, bluetooth, or high-end GPU functionality. Many thanks! MrJJIII
  24. marliwahoo

    E5520 Mojave

    I've been given a e5520 i3 HD3000 (low resolution) to set up OSX. I've got Mojave running, but its not stable. Could you patch the DSDT and help with a config.plist? Thanks! origin.zip I've been using rehabman's config.plist: config_HD3000_1366x768.plist.zip
  25. catmater

    Dell lattitude 7480 - Mojave install : need help

    Before the migrate to Mojave worked, and after the migration, this is the only thing that I did not check. I apologize for being misleading. remove this key, but after plug HDMI have hang and KP report after reboot
  26. v45ch3

    Lenovo B590

    Hello there, I want to know if my laptop is compatible to install macos alongside windows. I have tried a few tutorials, which involved installing macos Sierra on a virtual machine and then downloading macos Sierra installation and flashing the installation into a pendrive with unifail. I have tried setting the Bios accordingly for it to boot but it didn't work, I cannot boot into the installation. The tutorials which I tried were made for laptops with similar specs to mine. What I want to ask you is if my laptop is really compatible or not and if there are any existing tutorials that can help me install macos on my computer. (I know that the wifi card won't work, but I don't have a problem with that). Here are my specs: Intel I3-3120m (2.50ghz) 6gb ram kingston ssd 256gb Graphics Intel HD 4000 Bios legacy and uefi compatibility Broadcom 802.11.n Network Adapter
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