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  1. Look up the settings I've posted for my Skylake/HD520 Latitude E7270. Graphics settings to use will be 100% identical: KBL framebuffer layout + fake id and MBP14,1 SMBIOS.
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  2. I have successfully ported Ventura onto a Latitude 7480, with recent Clover and recent Opencore bootpacks. Both are attached here. The bootpacks work for 10.14, 10.15, 11, 12 and 13. 10.14 and 10.15 do not have the point stick working, though. Several challenges for this port: 1. Kabylake CPU, Skylake era support circuits 2. PS/2 keyboard, I2C trackpad and dual point stick. 3. Letting go of assumptions and old techniques. Still working on that! I apologize in advance if I failed to note your contribution. I want to thank all the people who have made the pieces and provided information that makes this work so well. In no particular order: Miliuco - Ventura OC EFI Herve - 7270 Clover efis and OSXL notes JakeLo - 7490 OC EFI Mald0n - and Olarila team for I2C how-to for IRQ pinning Alexandred - IRQ pinning 7480-i2c-opencore_083minus.zip 7480-i2c-clover_5148.zip 7480-ioreg.zip
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  3. Welcome to OSXL. Don't hesitate to post requests for assistance in the relevant section.
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  4. here you go, just change the serial, MLB, ROM and UUID. I've never use OC Configurator but from just trying it out, I noticed it upgrade the config file to OC 0.8.3. So if your OC files is still O.7.9, you will encounter error. So either update the rest of your files to OC 0.8.3 or whatever version OC it shows when you launch OC Configurator, or just use OC configurator to generate the serial, MLB, ROM and copy them to your Config file manually. Personally I use Plistedit Pro. You can use Xcode or maybe ProperTree as well. config.plist.zip
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  5. Released Aug 8th, 2022. Build 22A5321d. Ok on my Skylake/HD520 Latitude E7270 with exact same/unmodified Clover r5148 setup previously used for 13.0 beta 3 & 4. Everything working as before.
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  6. You’ve been of great help and thanks again for the troubleshooting. Also, thanks for the GitHub link, been reading thru it and it’s guides are very helpful, I wish I knew about it earlier for my other builds. It’s been an awesome project and learning curve. This is the first time I’ve attempted to do this from scratch instead of grabbing someone else’s EFI. I got thru the bulk of it but you helped me finished the rest It’s been great fun (and countless hours) which takes a lot of patience and proper reading of the guides but I’d definitely recommend to anyone else that learning and understanding the process is a-lot more rewarding. That way you can fix your own issues during or down the track - I’m def still learning. Kudos to this forum and the geniuses behind it.
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  7. Released Jul 27th, 2022. Build 22A5311f. Ok on my Skylake/HD520 Latitude E7270 with exact same/unmodified Clover r5148 setup previously used for 13.0 beta 3. Status recap: graphics acceleration with some minor defects brightness control touchscreen HDMI output mini-DP output audio (incl. HDMI & DP audio) LAN wireless & Bluetooth (BCM9460CS2) touchPad USB ports sleep & wake SD card reader
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  8. So it's an i3-10300H Comet Lake CPU with UHD620 iGPU (device id 9BC4) which is natively supported. See the Whatevergreen User Manual. The GTX 1650 Ti is totally unsupported as explained in previous post. I've noticed a few incorrect settings in your Clover config: I don't thing you need that CpuTscSync kext at all your iGPU + audio property injections are erroneously duplicated. Remove those incorrect custom properties (Arbitrary) of yours, just keep the regular Properties remove the iGPU id faking; as stated above CML id 0x9BC4 is natively supported you should probably use framebuffer 0x3EA50009 rather than 0x3E920000 as per the WEG manual remove those connector patches to begin with, stick to the vanilla settings you'll need to disable your nVidia dGPU to save your battery (-wegnoegpu boot-arg to begin with, patched SSDT thereafter) Comet Lake (CML) graphics are handled through Coffee Lake (CFL) framebuffers. CFL FB 0x3EA50009 defines the following characteristics: ID: 3EA50009, STOLEN: 57 MB, FBMEM: 0 bytes, VRAM: 1536 MB, Flags: 0x00830B0A TOTAL STOLEN: 58 MB, TOTAL CURSOR: 1 MB (1572864 bytes), MAX STOLEN: 172 MB, MAX OVERALL: 173 MB (181940224 bytes) Model name: Intel HD Graphics CFL CRB Camellia: CamelliaV3 (3), Freq: 0 Hz, FreqMax: 0 Hz Mobile: 1, PipeCount: 3, PortCount: 3, FBMemoryCount: 3 [0] busId: 0x00, pipe: 8, type: 0x00000002, flags: 0x00000098 - ConnectorLVDS [1] busId: 0x05, pipe: 9, type: 0x00000400, flags: 0x000001C7 - ConnectorDP [2] busId: 0x04, pipe: 10, type: 0x00000400, flags: 0x000001C7 - ConnectorDP 00000800 02000000 98000000 01050900 00040000 C7010000 02040A00 00040000 C7010000 which should do just fine.
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  9. add the path to your efi folder to the machines bios boot menu set it as default boot path.
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  10. Renaming the kexts is indeed sufficient. For instance: itlwm_mojave -> min kernel = 18.0.0, max kernel = 18.99.99 itlwm_monterey -> min kernel = 21.0.0, max kernel = 21.99.99 With Clover, you would have placed the different itlwm kexts in the dedicated macOS version folders (eg: 10.14, 12), leaving the other ones in Other folder.
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  11. Sure. You can use settings to loading only some kexts for each macOS version. You only need to set the kernels. MinKernel -> lowest kernel version your kext will be injected into, see below table for possible values. Ex. 12.00.00 for OS X 10.8 MaxKernel -> highest kernel version your kext will be injected into, see below table for possible values. Ex. 11.99.99 for OS X 10.7 https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/config-laptop.plist/kaby-lake.html#kernel
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  12. @Hecatomb A word of advice when you want to post a copy of your EFI folder: remove the itlwm kext(s). Your EFI has no less than 4 x different copies of it, totalling in excess of 64MB ! You don't need to post that. 8086:15d2 is an Intel TB3 controller; can't say why it gets registered as an ExpressCard in Ventura. No idea what that 2nd PCI device listed as XHCI controller (i.e. USB3 controller) really is, no visible PCI ids. You were asked for a SysInfo extract + an IOreg extract but so far...nothing. I presume previous macOS versions did not register such hardware as ExpressCards. Ventura is only at fairly early beta stage so you may want to consider this a bug... If you delete the icon by holding [Command] whilst dragging the icon out of the menu but it keeps coming back at subsequent reboot, I've no idea how to remove it permanently if there's no option in Systems Settings to that effect. Good luck.
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  13. Just a pre-built EFI for people who don't have much time and I just want to share with everyone
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  14. You don't understand, no support for Intel iGPU before Kaby Lake generation. The trick of using Kaby Lake framebufffer and faking KBL iGPU id only works for Skylake because KBL is a small evolution or optimization of SKL (Skylake microarchitecure is shared by subsequent Intel generations up to Comet Lake). This trick does not work for older iGPUs such as Haswell or Broadwell though and it's not bug free on Skylake.
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  15. You must have missed the minimum requirements... https://osxlatitude.com/articles/news/macos-13-ventura-unveiled-r61/ https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/17292-macos-ventura-130-beta1-early-feedback-and-findings/ Broadwell iGPU is not supported and patches may never be provided. Ventura only officially supports Kaby Lake iGPUs and later and provides no driver whatsoever for older generations. You can go back to Monterey and stick to it.
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  16. Hi @Baio77 Sorry. Here is the file: Victor’s MacBook Air.ioreg Hello @Hervé I execute your recommendation, I remove the layout-id by hand using vi editor into the config.plist file. I make an screenshot that opencore configurator see the new config entry: I try to modify the -alcid=xxx parameter with otherones whithout success. 86 and 96 values activate the audio, speakers works, but no mic. Thanks Regards Victor
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  17. if anyone will have same problem here is solution: Disable: AlpsHID.kext Add/Enable: AlpsT4USB.kext Problem solved. AlpsT4USB.kext.zip
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  18. As stated and shown at Applelife & InsanelyMac, works with OpenCore + AvoidRuntimeDefrag=No. Not sure about the need to add -lilubetaall boot arg. Boot loop with Clover (r5142) for the moment on my E7270 Skylake laptop with same config as used for Big Sur and Monterey, only SMBIOS changed to MBP14,1. I confirm that support for Haswell, Broadwell and Skylake iGPU is dropped, the only graphics framebuffers available in /S/L/E being KBL, CFL and ICL ones. For AMD, all GPUs older than Polaris generation are dropped. AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is dropped too, something we still required on good old C2D, C2Q, 1st gen Core, Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge platforms so that could add a few nails in their coffin.
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  19. 'working on my Clover setup and manage to significantly reduce the freezes though not entirely. Sometimes, system still freezes a few seconds after reaching desktop. But it seems to run pretty stable most of the time. Graphics acceleration is acceptable at this stage though not bug free: occasional slow movements on screen and some contents leftovers after closing a window for instance. Or unrecoverable limping system of complete freeze after attempting to watch a Youtube video in Safari. But, hey, what can we expect out of a KBL framebuffer on a Skylake system? Other than than, everything appears to work properly on the E7270: graphics acceleration with some defects and reduced/degraded performance brightness control touchscreen HDMI output mini-DP output audio (incl. DP audio) LAN wireless & Bluetooth (BCM9460CS2) touchPad USB ports sleep & wake SD card reader Whether this ends up sustainable in the long run for Skylake laptops remains to be seen but you never know... Is it usable for the time being? Clearly not. Edit: Instant wake issue on sleep and HDMI output now sorted. EFI_Clover_r5146_E7270_13.0.b1.zip EFI_Clover_r5146_E7270_13.0.b1_v2.zip EFI_Clover_r5146_E7270_13.0.b1_v3.zip EFI_Clover_r5146_E7270_13.0.b1_v4.zip
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  20. As suggested by @aben at IM, I experimented with KBL framebuffer settings on my Skylake/HD520 Latitude E7270. I also updated all add-on kexts to latest versions (Lily & PlugIns) and replaced good old ACPIBatteryManager + FakeSMC by their VirtualSMC equivalent. This allowed me to boot Ventura b1, complete 1st boot setup and reach desktop; the laptop still freezes shortly afterwards so something's still iffy but at least I can boot and with apparent full graphics acceleration: I don't know about older generations but there seems to be hope for Skylake laptops.
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  21. Ventura b1 installation completed after updating Clover to r5146. But E7270 struggling to even complete 1st boot setup due to lack of graphics acceleration so I can't even finish that and reach Ventura desktop. So, unless you have a Kaby Lake/HD615 laptop minimum, no point wasting your time until an eventual patch is made available...
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  22. Good old clover still working good Powermanagment working like a beauty. Could not get that with OC Monterey 12.3.1 just did a fresh install with chris111 clover package @yahgoo I enclose my EFI Folder just in case you want to have a look EFI.zip
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  23. Thanks to the help of some threads/posts on this awesome forum, u/Human_Spirit on Reddit, among others who helped me out, I've successfully upgraded my E6330 to Mojave 10.14.4. Machine Specs: Latitude E6330 BIOS A11 Core i5 3320M Intel HD 4000 Clover R4920 Broadcom BCM94352HMB WiFi 867Mbps + BT 4.0 Card WD Blue 250GB SSD macOS Mojave 10.14.4 Working: WiFi, Bluetooth, iMessage/App Store, APFS, Keyboard, Trackpad, Backlight Control, Audio, HDMI, HWMonitor, Battery Indicator, Turbo Boost, Hardware Acceleration Issues: Touchpad (Alps V3) seems to be recognized as both a mouse and a trackpad. As such, it's impossible to use natural scrolling for the touchpad and reversed scrolling for a mouse (so the mouse functions the same as it does in Windows). If you reverse the mouse in preferences, it also reverses the scroll direction in the trackpad preferences. My EFI contents are attached. Decompress with 7 Zip. Dell_Latitude_E6330_EFI_Backup_Mojave.7z
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