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Dell Latitude E6530


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Hello everybody,

 

 

I want to buy the Dell Latitude E6530 with the following characteristics :
 
  • Cpu : intel i5-3320M
  • Ram : 8 Gb 1600 Mhz
  • iGP : Intel HD 4000 (only this one, there is no Nvidia card on this laptop) !!!
  • Wireless : Dell wireless 1504
  • Display : FHD (1920x1080)

 

If someone can tell me if Mountain lion will work properly on this laptop ?
Thank you so much.
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Hello everybody,

 

 

I want to buy the Dell Latitude E6530 with the following characteristics :
 
  • Cpu : intel i5-3320M
  • Ram : 8 Gb 1600 Mhz
  • iGP : Intel HD 4000 (only this one, there is no Nvidia card on this laptop) !!!
  • Wireless : Dell wireless 1504
  • Display : FHD (1920x1080)

 

If someone can tell me if Mountain lion will work properly on this laptop ?
Thank you so much.

 

This guide should work for that model. It's for an E6430, but has all the specs you listed. Just need to change the resolution in boot.plist.

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Try this dsdt and see if the number pad will work.

For the trackpad/mouse, did you install the VoodooPS2synapticsPane.prefPane? You need to adjust some settings to get it to work.attachicon.gifDSDT.aml.zip

Yeah !! the numpad works for me !! and i think there is no possibility to get the calculator button to work ? or there is no software to map buttons ?  :D

 

Well, except voodooBattery, i've tried a lot of kext and they don't work for me !! do you have please an idea ?

 

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Isn't numeric keypad handled by keyboard selection in Language & Text Pref Pane->input sources, where you can select numerical, extended or PC keyboard? You can also get better keyboard support by using the layouts provided in a tool called Ukelele.

 

That Calc button would normally have a soft key attached to it. Unless you can program it like in Windows, I doubt it'll work natively... Unless tools such as DoubleCommand support it.

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