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Dell latitude 7480


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Post your system's full spec

Depending on the specs, if you have an NVMe Samsung PM981, PM981a and similar, they are not supported.

Then boot in verbose mode to see where your boot hangs/freezes. A screenshot such as the one you posted is not useful at all.

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Processor: Intel Core i5 7th Gen Processor 2.6GHz

Storage: 256 NVME SSD (TOSHIBA)

Ram: 8 GB

Screen: 14” FHD Screen Display

Graphic : Intel HD Graphics

Ports:  USB 3.1 × 2, HDMI 1.4

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@tanzahost please refrain from posting in multiple threads about the issues you encounter hackintoshing your 7480; I suggest you stick to this one.

Please post the exact model of CPU, that'll determine your exact iGPU model. Intel HD graphics is insufficient. Look it up in your BIOS info.

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A simple line stating Intel i5-6300U CPU with Intel HD 520 graphics would have sufficed...

Anyway, so it's a 6th gen Skylake model, not 7th gen Kaby Lake as you incorrectly stated; not a small detail or small difference for sure...

 

As they state in the Dortania guidance:

Crucial_pre-requisites.jpg

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Looks like you re-used an existing EFI folder without modifying it to match your own hardware.

You have an Intel wireless card so all those patching kexts for Broadcom Bluetooth are useless and you can remove them.

Your config also contains many useless/inapplicable, sometimes overriding, properties injections; they're mostly cosmetic and should not cause problems but it'd be preferable to remove them to avoid all possible confusion and doubts on the matter. Better to stick to the essential and a minimal set of configuration before jumping into fancy stuff.

 

Your boot issues probably result from incorrect quirks being set; do try and follow the Dortania guidance for Skylake laptops:

https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/config-laptop.plist/skylake.html

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