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Latitude E5440: Ventura work in progress


Andres Galeano
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No, he did not; he's got no graphics acceleration -> Intel HD Graphics 4400 4MB.

It's not "Ventura done" per sé but Ventura installed and running in reduced VESA mode for the time being...

 

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You'll need to:

disable SIP. Just change csr-active-config to 03080000

Add this to bootarg as well amfi_get_out_of_my_way=0x1

On reboot, reset NVRam

Download OCLP 0.5.x

Selected "Post Install Root Patch" -> Start Root Patches

Rebooted system - > full graphics acceleration

 

 

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You must revert to the SMBIOS of unsupported Haswell platform for the OCLP patch to work: MBP11,x or MBA6,2. You installed Ventura with SMBIOS MBP14,1 which is a Kaby Lake platform. That's unsuitable for OCLP patching. Make sure you apply the OCLP root patches and absolutely nothing else on your Hackintosh.

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The question is that I realized that without changing the SMBIOS the installer does not start and that by making the change in the config.plist I was able to start. What do you recommend? 

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graphics acceleration enabled 

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The freezing problem continues but without automatic restart. You have to force shutdown. 

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Perfectly normal; you can't install Ventura without a supported SMBIOS; same goes for OTA updates.

Once Ventura is installed, revert to Haswell SMBIOS and boot with -no_compat_check boot arg. Then apply the OCLP root patches.

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