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Dell Latitude 6430u with i7-3667U & HD 4000 (Mavericks)


Jake Lo
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6430u with Intel HD 4000

 

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Credits:

Special thanks to myHack (conti)

Zenith432 for GenericUSBXHCI - USB 3.0

qwerty12 for DisableIntelTurboBoost for Power Management

EMlyDinEsH for patching original AppleHDA

 

Specs:

BIOS A06 | i7-3667U 2.5GHz vPro| 8GB DDR3 | Intel HD 4000, 1366x768 | Rebranded Dell DW1510 | Mavericks
  • CPU: Vpro enabled 3rd Gen Core. (i7-3667U 2.0Ghz)
  • 14" reflection reduced glossy screen in 1366x768
  • HD 4000 graphics
  • Gig Ethernet, 2x USB3.0, 1xUSB/eSATA connector, VGA, HDMI
  • 2 slots for SSD and Cellular card option
  • Array Mic
  • HD Webcam
  • Smartcard and Fingerprint Reader

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Working:

  • Full QE/CI (HD 4000)
  • Keyboard and mouse (multitouch)
  • Audio - patched AppleHDA (IDT 92HD93xx)
  • HDMI - Video and Audio (patched Intel FB)
  • Wifi - replaced Intel Card with DW1510 (rebranded)
  • Sleep/Wake/Shutdown/Restart
  • LAN (AppleIntelE1000.kext)
  • USB 3.0 (GenericUSBXHCI.kext)
  • Webcam (OOB)

 

 

Let's get started...

I use the myhack method for this build, so follow instructions to build your USB installer, set BIOS settings and run the OSX Installation from here http://myhack.sojugarden.com/guide/

For best results, set BIOS to default, apply it and then  go back to set Sata Operation to AHCI
  1. After creating your USB installer, run myHack again
  2. Select Install Extra and point to the Extra folder attached Extra_6430u_Mav_i7-3667u.zip
  3. Boot up system with USB installer disk with the -v flag
  4. Format the HDD per instruction from myHack (Guid/Journaled Extended)
  5. Continue with the Installation
  6. Select "Use my Own" when prompt and point to the Extra folder in the root of the USB installer
  7. When prompt to remove problematic kexts, select Yes, Yes, No
  8. After a few minutes, it'll restart the computer. Remove the USB installer
  9. Complete the customization ( if you get Invalid Partition Table during boot - just hit enter)
  10. After logging on: in System Preferences
    • Enable Clicking for Trackpad

    • Allow apps downloaded from: Anywhere for Security & Privacy

    • Launch myHack, Install Chameleon to fix the "Invalid Partition Table" error

 

 

:excl: Important

  • If you have higher resolution (1600x900), replace AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext in the bootpack otherwise you'll get a blank screen after boot. zip.gif  AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext.zip   361.77KB   158 downloads

 

:excl:  :excl: BIOS UPDATE

  •  Don't update BIOS to version A07 or A08, causes major screen artifacts!
  • Fixed bt applying the FBMem patch that reduces memory from 16MB to 8MB

 

 

Fixes:

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  • If you encounter error above when launching DVD Player, replace zip.gif  DVDPlayback.framework.zip   2.86MB   13 downloads

         in System/Library/Frameworks. Don't forget to backup the original file.

 

JL

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Updates

 

 

  • Sept 07, 2014

STATUS:

Just noticed the SSDT in the bootpack above is corrupted. Attached include the fixed file along with a few others.

i7-3667U, i7-3687U, i5-3437U

Picked the one for your processor, rename it to SSDT.aml and place in /Extra

SSDT.zip

 

  • Mavericks Update 10.9.5

STATUS:

GOOD

UPDATE METHOD:

APP STORE/SYSTEM UPDATE

MODIFICATIONS NEEDED:

Make sure to replace patched kernel to /Extra prior to rebooting

Also make sure to replace corrupted SSDT mentioned above too!

If you forgot to replace patched kernel prior to updating and rebooted,

boot with following flags and replace files mentioned

mach_kernel -F -f -x

mach_kernel_1095.zip

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