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[Guide] E7440 with Clover

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You can enable 2 finger in Syspref > Touchpad. If it's new version of ALPS, it can be not supported fully.

 

Here is the main page of ALPS touchpad driver, and I'm using the latest driver there.

https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/2545-new-touchpad-driver-for-e6520-alps/

 

There is no further developement recently.

 

I think you should buy a decent mouse instead.

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what happen if I use same usb setup from E7440 install on E7240 

with same CPU 

It may work, but you'd better repatch dsdt.aml on new laptop.

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This site seems to have come out of nowhere since I checked on the hackintosh world last. Excellent job guys. There seems to be a lot of great stuff going on here. 

 

I have a 7440 w/ i7 but I have a model that has a FHD --touchscreen-- and backlit keyboard. I'm not expecting these to work or anything but would they interfere with creating a functional build? 

 

How stable would you rate your build, Poke? As far as odd things like audio compatibility and kernel panics. 

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This site seems to have come out of nowhere since I checked on the hackintosh world last. Excellent job guys. There seems to be a lot of great stuff going on here. 

 

I have a 7440 w/ i7 but I have a model that has a FHD --touchscreen-- and backlit keyboard. I'm not expecting these to work or anything but would they interfere with creating a functional build? 

 

How stable would you rate your build, Poke? As far as odd things like audio compatibility and kernel panics. 

I don't own this laptop, it's based on my experience with other laptops to build the guide. I think it's stable, the audio jack may not work, and FHD + touch may not work too.

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Folks thanks for having put together this guide. It helped me to get Mavericks running on my E7440.

If you have a FHD screen, a little app, rdm, will make your laptop with retina display. Screen looks a lot better with resolution of 1280x720 (HiDPI). Google it with keywords "rdm reddit". 

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