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  1. That's correct. It's usb based, not I2C like the touchpad.
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  2. Dell Latitude/Inspiron/Precision/Vostro/XPS - Clover Guide Up to Sierra Only High Sierra Guide below Mojave Guide Catalina Guide Warning: Follow guide at your own risk, I hold no responsibility if you brick your system or destroy all data during the process. If you're creating the installer from a real Mac, make sure you don't accidentally select the real Mac drive when installing Clover loader. It may cause your Mac to not boot again. You've been warned! BIOS: Set to Default, apply, then set SATA Operations to AHCI, set Boot Lis
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  3. Hi all, Specifications Dell Vostro 5568 7th Gen i7-7500U @2.7GHz 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz Memory Intel Graphics HD620 / NVIDIA® GeForce® 940MX 4GB GDDR5 15.6" screen (1920 x 1080) OpenCore Bootpacks Mac OS Big Sur 11.3.1 (OpenCore 0.6.9) OC-11.3.1.zip Updated OC and kexts to latest version. So far everything works except the following:- NVIDIA® GeForce® 940MX 4GB GDDR5 (Disabled as cannot work on Mac OS) USB 2.0 Realtek CRW SD Card Reader (Detected but n
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  4. *WORK IN PROGRESS* With this guide we are going to setup a crouton buster-core chroot and setup sommelier - this allows us to run linux apps on chromeos with graphics accel. - this guide is not perfect and its a work in progress. (Running Brave, firefox and Microsoft Edge at native speed on chromeos) Resources: https://github.com/dnschneid/crouton https://github.com/dnschneid/crouton/wiki/Sommelier-(A-more-native-alternative-to-xiwi) Crouton installation Download crouton from: https://goo.gl/fd3zc Open a
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  5. I don't use Clover anymore, but give this a try config.plist.zip
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  6. I recently noticed that Shut Down was broken, the laptop was resetting instead. After further investigation - trial and error method due to my lack of knowledge - I found that without SSDT-SBUS-MCHC.aml this error was fixed. I also removed SSDT-GPI0.aml, SSDT-RMCF-PS2Map-dell.aml and SSDT-OCWork-dell.aml. I brought SSDT-BRT6.aml, SSDT-XOSI.aml and their respective patched back. Now brightness keys work as Fn+F11 and Fn+F12 (Fn pressing required), trackpad is activated on [email protected] and shutdown is fixed. Thank you both again, I could not a
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  7. @Baio77 thank you very much for you availability, but I prefer to have all ssdt fles separately. so if I want to do any modification, it's faster and easier for me to change a single 'module'. hackintosh is working perfectly fine thanks to you and @Jake Lo, I can only thank you!!!
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  9. i7-10610U is Comet Lake (not Whiskey Lake) so I don't think you're injecting the correct properties for your CML iGPU fake id and FB layout; according to the WEG user manual and the Dortania OC documentation, you should be using: ig-platform-id 0x3E9B0000 device-id 0x3E9B
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  10. You are right via USB the touch works, I had not noticed it, so you can let the test of my previous post do it ....... If you want to understand how to create a unique SSDT from many SSDTs I am available Obviously I am self taught at the ACPI level, so I am NOT a GURU, but a simple user who has understood how to work in Hack at the ACPI level
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  11. Unless DVMT is set already in BIOS, you'll need to add these 2 patches for graphics framebuffer-stolenmem framebuffer-fbmem
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  12. Further to the announcement made at today's WWDC event, Apple released the 1st beta of macOS 12 Monterey to developers. It can be downloaded after installing the latest devs Beta access utility available in all good places such as here or by using the associated InstallAssistant as stated here. On the bad news front, not much to say other than support for Ivy Bridge HD4000 is dropped as could be expected given that it remained unofficially supported in Big Sur. On the good news front, we'll note that: although support for pre-2015 Haswell-based iMac/MacBook Pro/MacBook
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  13. SSDT GPI0 is NOT needed anymore with the latest I2C kext, features have been improved, but in this case it is essential to use SSDT-XOSI or a FIX SSDT-I2C0 TPD0 with specific Darwin according to ACPI Origin example as in the attached photo. This would be the TOP with Opencore bootloader in this case we avoid rename in config that Opencore DOESN'T like As for the brightness keys, let the new BrightnessKeys do its job , good hackintosh Try to replace this SSDT restart, and post ioreg, let's see if the touchscreen activates SSDT-Dell In
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  14. Try this EFI, it should activate I2C, keyboard brightness control. modified SSDT to be able to boot even in dual boot with Windows. If you get to the new desk ioreg EFI.zip
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  15. Do you have in boot arg? -lilubetaall
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  16. Give this a try. Post IOReg file with IORegistryExplorer.app v2.1, not 3.0+ after updating the files Inspiron 5378.zip
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  17. Some people reported slow boot with beta1. 1st workaround is to enable automatic login. https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/348065-pre-release-macos-monterey/page/10/?tab=comments#comment-2760529 https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/348065-pre-release-macos-monterey/page/11/?tab=comments#comment-2760595 2nd workaround is to replace your account's picture by a Memoji. https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/348065-pre-release-macos-monterey/?do=findComment&comment=2760673
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  18. Haswell platforms with HD4x00/5000 iGPUs remain fully supported. The only requirements is to switch to MacBookPro11,4 SMBIOS. Otherwise, same story as mentioned before: macOS 12 beta1 installs and runs with the exact same settings as Big Sur's (Clover or OpenCore). HD4400 VGA output remains supported OOB!
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  19. Lilu & PlugIns now updated to support macOS 12 Monterey. Available off the Dortania Opencore kexts repo. After updating the kexts, the beta boot args are no longer necessary. Early reports of problems with Bluetooth. Remove your BT injectors and patched kexts if you encounter issues.
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  20. You run an incorrect setup and need to review and fix it. For instance: renaming of _OSI method to XOSI but no SSDT-XOSI table. They go together! totally incorrect iGPU property injection for the Haswell cursor memory size (invalid key, invalid type!); that's the most likely reason you experience those crashes... duplicate and inappropriate properties injection in your patched DSDT for your iGPU (other devices not checked); that's also likely to contribute to the crashes... https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGree
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  21. My fresh OC 0.7.0 for test (Serial is random) EFI.zip
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  22. Disable Legacy Option ROMs as I stated above
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  23. ??? Did you add / replace with the files I attached above? And NO, your EFI+TRY is still missing the patches in the Config file. I've added them in my files above, have you tried them? Compare them to see the differences?
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  24. Here, replace config, add SSDT to ACPI, kext to Kexts folder Unlike Clover, in OC everything you add must be declared in the Config file and some kexts plugins must be in specific order to load correctly. 5480-KB&Mouse.zip
    1 point
  25. you need to add VoodooPS2Controller for keyboard. For touchpad you need to add SSDT-TPDx.aml from files I linked
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  26. Try files from this link Use the Skylake Config
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  27. You don't seem to run High Sierra with graphics acceleration so I'm tempted to say that you don't even have a sound base for anything else. I would suggest you start by installing Mojave as per my Mojave guide by following to the letter, then upgrade from Mojave to Catalina as per my Catalina guide. Good luck.
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  28. 'beats me. No issues with Catalina 10.15.7 (build 19H2) downloaded from AppStore and patched with Dosdude1's patcher for 10.15.7.
    1 point
  29. Jake, being the experienced Hackintosher/guru that he is, could not have posted such a config for an E6430. You re-used stuff posted by @truceFR for which there is much to say in terms of adjustment and tuning -as detailed above- but it does not matter. Don't hesitate to read the OpenCore documentation available on the Dortania web repository for guidance. You may use tools such as Xcode, ProperTree or OpenCore Configurator to modify and adjust your OC config.
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  30. Directions I had said update to A25, so not a big deal to do on my dual-boot. I have not tried it on any other firmware myself. I also had recent experience where power was off for a bit, and the bios battery needed replacing, all bios edits needed to be done again, but just a 5 minute fix to do them again. Probably the best desktop hack I have had in 15 years or so of doing these. Just about trouble free. Edit: Now Updated to 11.4, and Opencore 0.6.8.
    1 point
  31. I haven't touch that desktop for a while since I only use my laptop. I'm confident @morpheousman's file work perfectly. No, upgrading firmware does not reset the settings set by setup_var but resetting BIOS to default will.
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  32. I'll connect the battery and test. Although right now I have enough to be able to navigate. Maybe in a few days there will be a new post to work on the screen. I did not know that MacOS could be handled by touch. Thanks to both of you. @Jake [email protected]
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  33. Your touchpad is a synaptics. Try replace acidanthera's VoodooPS2Controller with Rehabman's
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  34. @Jake Lo @Hervé Hi, good news! i got the touchpad working without any weird behaviours and discriminations. i used the VoodoooPS2Controller version found on my first post from github, which did the magic. i will attach it here should someone too facing similar problem on big sur could also try it. Here is my touchpad info when i used linux to check maybe it could help. I: Bus=0011 Vendor=0002 Product=0008 Version=0310 N: Name="AlpsPS/2 ALPS DualPoint TouchPad" P: Phys=isa0060/serio1/input0 S: Sysfs=/devices/platform/i8042/serio1/input/input6 U: U
    1 point
  35. OC 0.6.9 for test EFI.zip
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  36. I have issues with USBPorts.kext, and manage to run OC 0.6.8 on 11.2.3 only without EH01 and EH02 ( removed from USB ports ).... I use this EFI now and work stable ( BCM94352HBM work good too ) EFI-0.6.8-last.zip
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  37. Update to OpenCore 0.6.8 EFI-0.6.8.zip
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  38. Most new model of laptop comes with I2C touchpad. Check out VoodooI2C if your have have SMBus touchpad, then check out VoodooRMI
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  39. I make new EFI with OpenCore 0.6.6 (my WI-FI card is BCM94352HBM) EFI-0.6.6.zip
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  40. Followup to Forum welcome message and our detailed user agreement: Just like any other forum out there, we also have rules - ours might be a bit more simple / different. The hell with running a forum... Most forums have a tendency of getting bloated and filled up with crap - To deal with that all, useful information is moved to the wiki and topics are moved to the archive7 when no longer used in order to keep the forum fresh and clean - so don't take it personally if we delete a thread that you had started or messages you posted. it's the natural flow of things.
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  41. Ok, so it definitely was some combination of System Settings.... at the moment I don't know which, because I don't remember 1:1 what they were before. I've been fiddling with mission control settings, keyboard shortcuts etc. AND IT STOPPED! I just hope, it will survive reboot. it didn't survive reboot...
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  42. Hi, I think this won't be issue of particular Dell laptop model, which is why I omitted it --> mine is e7450. There is no problem with scrolling on touchpad, or with "generic" mouse with scroll wheel ... anywhere. BUT when scrolling with magic mouse, all apps crash when scrolling in "popup" secondary windows if you know what I mean. Main app windows scrolling is without any issues ... but when I for example open profile configuration menu in iTerm .. app crashes when scrolling with magic mouse. It happens in System Preferences, Tunneblick and few other a
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  43. 06 02 00 00 00 01 00 00 09 00 00 00 - messes the HDMI which is the primary and also does not display anything on VGA The most weird thing is that the LVDS and DVI and VGA have different communication standards there is no passive adapter between these. You either have an active IC converting the data or you have a component on the MB negotiating the protocol ex: having VGA port with DVI communication. I never heard of a LVDS protocol being negotiated via a DVI or VGA port. And yet It was displaying a picture... I do have LVDS pads on the MB maybe when I have the time solder a conne
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