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How to hackintosh a Latitude E5450

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Hello people, i am totaly new to this website and for years i have been trying different to dual boot or simply have macOS on my Dell Latitude E5450. If there is anyone out there who can help me, please response. Thank you very mcuh!

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Follow my E7450 guide and use files in the link

 

BIOS should be set to load Defaults, apply and then go set it to

UEFI

AHCI

Legacy Option ROMs enabled

Secure Boot disabled

Disable wake on USB/WLAN/LAN

 

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It seems like I’m so close! @Jake Lo I’m following this thread for my e5450. As long as I’m booting from the usb all is well. I’ve tried a couple different post installs but things are unclear. At this point when booting from the internal HD I get a clover menu with options like Boot FileVault prebooter from preboot, macOS install prebooter from preboot. When I boot macOS from the internal drive I get the apple, the progress bar, then it instantly restarts the laptop back to the same menu. What post install steps did I screw up?

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I have E5450 and it works great except for the touchscreen. Im not sure if its usb or I2C so i tried adding VooDooI2C and Elan VooDoo, without any success. I know the touchscreen is elan though. If i could get even basic touch functionality it would be great.

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@adarsh100

If you're using my files for E7450, then try disabling USBPort-E7450.kext during boot

See if it picks it up as a USB device

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