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[SUCCESS] DELL LATITUDE E5440 - High Sierra 10.13.2 [UEFI]

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Selected FixHeaders in config.plist (saved it ofc) and updated Clover.
Now my Hackintosh won't boot, right after Apple Logo, system is restarting.
ofc. I can easly rollback, I have handy usb-drive with working EFI partition to boot my system in case of any update error.
But how to get new Clover working?

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Boot to Clover/Options/ACPI Patching/DSDT fix mask

See if Fix Headers is indeed enable

Select it if it's not

Go back to main screen

hit space bar and select verbose & debug 0x100

post error

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There is no error really I think.

Laptop turns off for a two seconds and boots up to clover again after this:

(Sry for photo quality, I can't make an screenshoot of this propably and I have no good camera to get it nicely)IMG_20180611_021432_1.thumb.jpg.213573320af8c3d5759aa66b5f472643.jpg

root Device uuid is 'xxx...'

End InitBootStruct

Start LoadRAMDisk

End LoadRAMDisk

Start FinalizeBootStruct

Start RandomSeed

End RandomSeed

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Last 8 lines

 

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On 6/10/2018 at 10:31 AM, EXEPOWERED said:

I don't know propably how to enable FixHeaders and what have I to edit in config file but,

I have updated all kexts and removed NullCPUPowermanagement.kext, I will check if that helped.

 

List of bugs I have found:

- Brightness doesn't work (removal of NullCPUPowermanagement.kext doesn't helped)

- WakeUp and Sleep doesn't work

- HDMI output doesn't work
- VGA output doesn't work

- Sometimes system is not booting, (IGPU Busy error)

- After clover update, you are unable to boot up system. (stuck on +/- 20% and reboots)

- Touchpad gestures

I'm problems too. Look my screens, maybe be equals.

IMG_20180212_190319313.jpg

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Try to enter Recovery mode, select startup disk and click to reboot and use it, it helps temporary when your system gets IGPU Busy Timeout, but I dont know how to avoid it in future.

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1 hour ago, Bronxteck said:

mabe try using aptiomemoryfix.efi clover driver instead of osxdrvaptio

How can I get it and use/install it?

 

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Reinstall Clover and select the drivers from under drivers64UEFI when you select customize

uncheck osxAptioFixDrv-64 or OsxAptioFix2Drv-64 and select AptioMemoryFix

 

Note: @EXEPOWERED @Dreer

The OP's system has Optimus Nvidia graphics. If your model does not, you should not use his files.

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I can not initialize it. I have to make connect the HD with a windows system, and edit or delete all the kexts manually. Yes, our model has a nVidea 720m card and I'm using tag -nv_disabled = 1 to disable it.

I'm going to use the kexts that come from Olarias and try to add one-by-one until I find out who is giving the problem. 

But I think the problem is with NullPower.

 

i'm using 10.13.5 MacOS High Sierra.

 

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1 hour ago, Jake Lo said:

Reinstall Clover and select the drivers from under drivers64UEFI when you select customize

uncheck osxAptioFixDrv-64 or OsxAptioFix2Drv-64 and select AptioMemoryFix

 

Note: @EXEPOWERED @Dreer

The OP's system has Optimus Nvidia graphics. If your model does not, you should not use his files.

I had all of them selected, osxAptioFix2Drv-64, osxAptioFix4Drv-64, OsxAptioFixDrv-64 and AptioMemoryFix. But maybe I am wrong

 

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