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[SOLVED] Dell inspiron 15 3558

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Boot to Clover, press spacebar.

Select verbose + debug 0x100 mode

Post error

Also attach Clover folder for review

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I have the same problem
The problem here is not able to boot into the clover
After selecting the USB from the bios menu, there is no Clover GUI, it only has a black screen and nothing

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Go to the BIOS, make sure it's set to UEFI/AHCI/Secure Boot disabled

If that still doesn't work, go back to the BIOS and create a new boot Option, give it whatever name you like, and point it to /EFI/Clover/CLOVERX64.efi

Move the new boot option to the top.

Reboot

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On 6/6/2018 at 5:57 AM, Jake Lo said:

ok, sorry. Give this a try.

Replace Config and place all DSDT/SSDT into /EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched replacing the old

3558_A10.zip

Hi! I downloaded this archive for my dell inspirion 3558 laptop too, but it not working.

Intel core i5-5200u

HD 5500 Graphic

RAM 8Gb

Bios A10

HDD 750Gb

I'm trying to start Mojave. 1st time KernelPanic (very deldom), 2nd time (everytime) "This version of this MacOS X is not supported on this platform", flash inserted in USB 2.0

And can i start my Nvidia 920m graphic card?

 

Full report from AIDA64 in archive.

 

P.S. Sorry for mistakes in the text. I'm from Russia :)

 

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CLOVER_(flash).rar

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If you have nvidia, then your system is not the same as the OP, so the files won't work for you.

Also Optimus is not supported in OSX meaning the nvidia can not be use and will need to be disabled via DSDT/SSDT patching to save energy.

 

Try this, replace into /EFI/Clover

3558_disableNvidia.zip

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