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Install High Sierra on HP 250 G6

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Hello everyone :)
I installed hackintosh High Sierra on HP 250 G6.
Specifications:
Laptop model: HP 250 G6
Processor: i3-6006U
Graphic cards: Intel HD Graphics 520 / Radeon 520
RAM: 8GB DDR4 2133 MHz
Ethernet: Realtek RTL8168/8111 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Adapter PCI
Wi-Fi: Replace to Broadcom BCM94352Z

AUdio: Realtek ALC282 @ Intel Sunrise Point-LP PCH - High Definition Audio Controller PCI / Intel Skylake HDMI @ Intel Sunrise Point-LP PCH - High Definition Audio Controller PCI

 

But a few things not work correctly:

1. power management - battery work half as short as windows

2. sleep / wake - laptop goes to sleep, but wake not work (black, lightspeed screen with working fan)

3. low audio volume on embedded speakers

4. still not shutdown correctly radeon graphics (?)

 

Can You help me?

My EFI folder on Attachment.
Problem reporting on Attachment.
Thanks ;)

EFI.zip

debug_25529.zip


Edit:
I repair sleep/wake create DisplayVendor: DisplayVendorID-6af.zip

But in login screen i have glitch/artefacts (?)

28407249_1677560442311858_1932455216_o.jpg.zip

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I appreciate your efi.zip so much. You've saved me so much time!! THANK YOU

 

Can you please explain how did you managed to fix sleep/wake and wi-fi?

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1) Sleep / Wake 

EDID issue, see here

 

2) Wifi

Replace to Broadcom BCM94352Z

What Wifi device does your system have?

Intel Wifi is NOT supported

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@lemo1029

SSDT-Disable_DGPU.aml only spoofs the Nvidia card so you can install HS but not disabled. That could be the reason of your Battery life issue.

Try replace it with this SSDT-8-INSYDE.aml (disabled Nvidia) and enable AutoMerge in the Config file

 

SSDT-8-INSYDE.aml

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Hello Jake,

i full make Hackintsh in my laptop and it full working. 
But i haven't this laptop now, i buy MacBook. 

 

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@Jake Lo may I ask you another question - if you have noticable video glitches on a laptop? I see unpleasant blinking and areas which regularly shall be grey - are switching into black for a while. Launchpad is also slow as hell.

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On 4/27/2018 at 1:38 PM, Jake Lo said:

Try replace it with this SSDT-8-INSYDE.aml (disabled Nvidia) and enable AutoMerge in the Config file

Hello @Jake Lo, how are you?

So, this SSDT can be used for all dual-GPUs laptops?

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Hi Allan,

 

No, that SSDT was specific for this system found in /EFI/Clover/ACPI/Origin. I just patched it to disable the discrete card.

I don't think there is one SSDT that could disable the dGPU for all system. At least I don't know of one.

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