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Dell Latitude 5510: can Big Sur be installed on it?


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Check your drivers settings; you appear to call on AudioDxe.efi which is reporting missing. So either you add it to your driver folder or you remove its reference from your OC config. OpenCore has zero tolerance for that sort of things and its the same for kexts and their order (re: PlugIns). One thing wrong and your boot fails.

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Hi Hervé and Jake,

 

I tried resetting the nvram, put the audio back into place.

Its booting, but no mouse or keyboard working.

I disabled VoodooI2C* and SSDT-TPDX, but still no mouse or keyboard.

 

Any suggestion how to get the Keyboard and mouse working?

 

config attached.

 

TIA

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config.plist.zip

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depends on which VoodooPS2Controller you're using. This one seems to not have voodoops2mouse, so disable it in the Config file

Check the plugins inside the VoodooPS2Controller.kext in your kexts folder. The VoodooPS2 I attached does have 4 plugins.

To enable verbose mode, under NVRAM/Add/..bootarg, add -v in the config file

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