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Latitude E7270: question on bootpack


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On 4/2/2020 at 10:07 AM, dave.stl said:


Have you tried  sudo kextcache -I / after the Post installation steps ? I always have to do this after I change the kexts in /Library/Extensions/


I got you my complete EFI folder just in case ;) 

EFI-E7470.zip 8.65 MB · 13 downloads


Hey, in that E7470 thread, I uploaded my whole EFI folder. The kexts to Copy must be the same for your model. 

Make sure to fix permissions and rebuild the kextcache, I need this every time after I change something at the kext stuff.


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