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HP Probook 450 G5 | OpenCore | Big Sur Beta


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    BIOS Version: 01.11.01

    Intel 8th gen i7-8550U, 1.8GHz CPU

    Integrated Intel UHD620 graphics

    Dedicated Nvidia GeForce 930MX (disabled)

    15.6" 16:9 1920 x 1080 pixel 141 PPI, AUO41ED, IPS LED

    16GB DDR4-2400 RAM

    NVME M.2 KXG50ZNV512G TOSHIBA 512GB: Win 10 Home

    SSD SATA 256GB Toshiba: Catalina 10.15.6 (supported by CtlnaAHCIPort.kext)

    External USB 3.0 SATA case with Fujittsu MHZ2160BH FF 160GB HDD 5400rpm: Big Sur Beta 4

    RTL8xxx Gigabit Ethernet

    Conexant CX8200 audio layout 21

    WiFi Card+BT: BCM94352Z (14e4:43a0), M.2, 802.11ac/b/g/n 2.4/5GHz 867Mbps + BT 4.1, BCM20702A0 chipset

    1 x 3.5mm universal jack (combo audio)

    1 x USB Type C port 3.1

    1 x USB 2.0 ports Type-A

    2 x USB 3.0 ports Type-A

    1 x HDMI port

    1 x VGA port

    1 x Realtek RTS522A PCI Express Card Reader



All the components except fingerprint sensor (no Touch ID support)

Trackpad with full gestures supported | a little bit laggy at time of writing

OpenCore 0.6.0

Big Sur Beta 4 (first public beta)

Big Sur Beta 5 (20A5354i) installed through software updates

Big Sur Beta 6 (20A5364e) installed through software updates

Big Sur Beta 7 (20A5374g) installed through software updates

Big Sur Beta 9 (20A5384c) installed through software updates


DSDT hotpatch: credits RehabMan (since Mojave guide)

SSDT patch: credits RehabMan (since Mojave guide), JakeLo, dortania, acidanthera team




Many thanks to all osxlatitude team for the great support!



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@PrabhuR Sincerely, I didn't test it and I will not test it in that machine.

On the other hand, I tried to boot my internal win10 (on another pc) through external hard drive with opencore. The result is a continuous bootloop from the very beginning.

I suppose this behaviour is related to the way opencore treats windows: as a bootcamp partition. I will not modify my internal windows partition so I will try to do this (and I recommend you to do the same): create a partition on the external hard drive suitable for your windows partition, clone the internal win10 partition to the external (using CCC, for example) and follow the dortania guide about multiboot (chameleon, stolen and rebranded) systems. Then, try to boot the external win10 partition using opencore. 


I hope I explained it properly and sufficiently clear. I hope..

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