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Dell Latitude E5550 with OSX?


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Hi!

 

First of all, I am new here. I searched with Google and with the forum's search engine for E5550 with any OSX topic, but I found nothing. It's quite disappointing. Is anyone here who tried to install OSX on E5550? My notebooks specs are on the attachment. I hope somebody can help me. I'm familiar with Linux, so Terminal and another CLI based tools or methods are good for me. I have basic knowledge for Clover and for the installation method, earlier I installed Yosemite for Desktop PC with success (except audio). One more thing: I am using a second (external monitor) on VGA port, and an ASUS Xonar U3 soundcard.

 

Thanks guys,

vitat6atlan

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Thanks for your quick help. The tutorial is awesome, I easily completed the post install section and the prerequisites too. Everything went good until I tried to boot the installation media. I gave that kernel panic message what is on the attachment. I used the latest Clover from sourceforge. I skipped only this update section on 10.11.4, because I try to install a fresh 10.11.5: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8506-dell-latitude-inspiron-el-capitan-clover-guide/&do=findComment&comment=58699

 

Edit: tried boot once again, now does not load the bar below apple logo, just stuck. Starting in verbose mode get the error on second attachment. I have A12 BIOS on my laptop if it is a help info.

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