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  1. 2 points
    @MrJonesIII Download AppleALC.kext + Lilu.kext and place into /EFI/Clover/kexts/Other In Config file, change Devices/Audio, change Inject from 1 to 5, under ACPI, enable FixMutex
  2. 2 points
    The release version also has layout-id 21, so should work too. https://github.com/acidanthera/AppleALC/releases
  3. 2 points
    That's normal in Hackintosh for those brief seconds. Lilu.kext + Whatevergreen will remove some but not 100%. If you boot with verbose mode, you won't see it, so take your pick.
  4. 2 points
    You need to remove the FakeID 0x12345678 from the Config file
  5. 1 point
    Use Hackintool.app to recreate a new USBPort.kext
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    Yup, I guess you did not set DualLink to 1 as advised above, did you?
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    Hi dm4n, sure I can do that, but first I have to get Audio sorted as I am trying to move away from voodoohda and use Lilu/AppleAlc and Mojave. The T3500 has AD1984A codec but I have the issue that with AppleALC the devices are seen but still no sound is played from them. (Headphones and Lineout, clover Inject 11/13/44) (I`d like to figure this out because then sleep appears to work well, which is buggy with voodoo) The codec has been added to ALC recently but there seems to be some problem with injection in the latest versions, and I have found no solution to it yet. I have no HDEF in my DSDT, so if somebody has a tip on how to add this in I`d like to try. Maybe Hervé has a hint, as AD1984A seems to be common in similar machines like the Optiplex series: 780/760 has AD1984A 755 has AD1984 T3500 has AD1984A would this make sense ? Device (HDEF) { Name (_ADR, 0x001B0000) Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized) { Store (Package (0x08) { "built-in", Buffer (One) { 0x00 }, "layout-id", Buffer (0x04) { 0x1C, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 }, "PinConfigurations", Buffer (Zero) {}, "hda-gfx", Buffer (0x0A) { "onboard-1" } }, Local0) DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0)) Return (Local0) } } For the BIOS reset Problem I think it could be: CMOS Battery Clover not at 4911 (I use this) Mojave not at .6 version SMBIOS not updated for MP5,1 for the newer BIOS definition (use Cloverconfigurator)
  8. 1 point
    It's a total mess. In your EFI, should only be Boot, Clover, and Apple folder. Remove everything else. Now replace the contents below into /EFI/Clover. This replaces your Config file and ACPI folder. Your kexts/Other folder look good, just need to upgrade the following kexts: Lilu.kext, Whatevergreen.kext and AppleALC.kext https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/releases https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/blob/master/KnownPlugins.md Important: Make sure you have a bootable USB handy in case something not working right, you can use it boot your system to fix the issue. E5540.zip
  9. 1 point
    NO longer need to modify DVMT but you do need to set BIOS according to the guide. UEFI/AHCI/Secure boot off (most important) The patch if for NVMe drives mentioned, you SSD is not an NVMe, so you could ignore it.
  10. 1 point
    Ok, I downloaded the latest driver for DW1820A I could find on Dell's web site here (Win7 64bit for XPS 9350, dated May 2019). I extracted the firmware 1707 for our 0A5C:6412 DW1820A device: BCM4350C5_003.006.007.0095.1707_v5803.hex.zip All you need to do then is: copy the uncompressed .hex firmware file to the Resources folder of BrcmFirmwareRepo kext to supersede current version 1703 (=v7 c5799) update the key for device 0a5c_6412 in Info.plist file of BrcmPatchRAM2 kext After repairing permissions and rebuilding the cache, I can now connect to my JBL USB speaker without issues: This firmware version 1707 (which equates to v7 c5803) seems to be quite old (dated December 2015) but works Ok nevertheless. I'll try and lookup for a more recent firmware than that one. Edit: reverted to uncompressed .hex firmware file.
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  12. 1 point
    I put a photo in the hidden area of my reply here. I attached 2 photos below too. I can't explain the reason though, I just followed some threads elsewhere when I was configuring.
  13. 1 point
    I have absolutely the same device ...
  14. 1 point
    It's a Fermi card (GF104). https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-gtx-460.c265 I've no personal experience with that model but, afaik, like many other Fermi cards (eg: GT610, GF108), it does not work beyond El Capitan.
  15. 1 point
    No, no, no; look this up in IORegistryExplorer.
  16. 1 point
    Moved from Guides section to Support! Please ensure you use the correct section for all future posting. K3100M is Kepler and is therefore expected to work OOB. K2200M is Maxwell and requires the nVidia Web Driver. It's therefore only supported up to High Sierra. You also have to take the potential issue of Optimus into account (unsupported on Hackintoshes).
  17. 1 point
    Everything work except the wireless
  18. 1 point
    Re: audio, please refer to my previous post and what you've done... Did you install or inject the kexts as advised? Did you try the various layouts?
  19. 1 point
    Mojave patcher tool is for unsupported platforms. The X1 Carbon 3rd gen meets all the technical requirements for Mojave, so, afaik, no need for the patcher.
  20. 1 point
    I finally managed to get audio working! It's probably that the latest versions of the Lilu and AppleALC kexts don't accept the legacy injection for the layout-id anymore. I found the following information I used Hackintool in order to generate the necessary code to copy and paste into the existing config.plist (removing the placeholders with hashes which were in there from Rehabman's config.plist) and I now have audio!
  21. 1 point
    Strange thing... Before, when I was trying all layouts, 13 was not working. Now it works, but I have to check it everything working properly. I will let You know. But for now, thanks a lot for your help
  22. 1 point
    Click on View and select. 'Show All Devices" Then click on the root of drive to format
  23. 1 point
    Try the tools/layouts specified in the Keyboard Layout-related threads in the Keyboard section of the forum.
  24. 1 point
    I can see 4G DW5811e Snapdragon device is connected to USB port. But I newer tried to use it. I will try it next week, cause I am curious now. I'll let you know.
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  26. 1 point
    on the old config, change ig-platform-id to 0x191B0000 currently it's set to an IvyBridge mobile id, no idea why it has that. on the new config, KP on Skylake FB which means you didn't have the DVMT pre-alloc set.
  27. 1 point
    Remove OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi, you already have AptioMemoryFix.efi ( they are mutually exclusive) in /EFI/Clover/drivers64UEFI. Seems all the drivers have different dates. Why not just install latest Clover v4844
  28. 1 point
    Try rebuilding kextcache again. run in terminal to check if CodecCommander is working properly log show | grep CodecCommander
  29. 1 point
    You'll find details of the patch in the R&D-> Card Readers section. You are' also allowed to use the Search facility offered on the forum... Night Shift is subject to unlocking patch or appropriate SMBIOS selection. You can Google for it.
  30. 1 point
    @Hervé well yes i have/had the HPET fix in place... but thank you! your post put me on the right track. now everything seem to work. I removed FakePCIID_XHCIMux kexts and went with RehabMan's standard USBInjectAll.kext. Then the "Bluetooth HCI" shows up (before and after sleep) in the USB list. but was missing 3 SuperSpeed ports. Bluetooth seems to show up HS10 so fixed up a custom Injector and have all the ports! Now everything seems to work: Display: LCD (with brightness), External DP and HDMI Audio (speaker, mic) Intel Bluetooth Wifi - with 2nd card - Atheros Sleep/Wake USB3 - 4 external ports. tluck@Toms-Dell /Extra/OSX-build/Systems/Dell $ ioreg -l|grep "\-o HS" | | | +-o HS01@14100000 <class AppleUSB20XHCIPort, id 0x10000029d, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (0 ms), retain 10> | | | +-o HS02@14200000 <class AppleUSB20XHCIPort, id 0x10000029e, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (8889 ms), retain 16> | | | +-o HS05@14300000 <class AppleUSB20XHCIPort, id 0x10000029f, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (0 ms), retain 10> | | | +-o HS06@14400000 <class AppleUSB20XHCIPort, id 0x1000002a0, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (0 ms), retain 10> | | | +-o HS10@14500000 <class AppleUSB20XHCIPort, id 0x1000002a1, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (268 ms), retain 15> tluck@Toms-Dell /Extra/OSX-build/Systems/Dell $ ioreg -l|grep "\-o SS" | | | +-o SSP1@14600000 <class AppleUSB30XHCIPort, id 0x1000002a2, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (0 ms), retain 13> | | | +-o SSP2@14700000 <class AppleUSB30XHCIPort, id 0x1000002a3, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (0 ms), retain 13> | | | +-o SSP5@14800000 <class AppleUSB30XHCIPort, id 0x1000002a4, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (421 ms), retain 18> | | | +-o SSP6@14900000 <class AppleUSB30XHCIPort, id 0x1000002a5, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (0 ms), retain 13> posted EFI here: https://github.com/tluck/Dell-M4800-Clover
  31. 1 point
    You can get it directly from 10.14.2 combo update, using Pacifist app to extract the kext.
  32. 1 point
    Yup, cheap Kepler cards (chipset GKxxx) like nVidia GT710, GT720 or GT730 will do perfectly and work OOB. Make sure you do not go for Fermi-based models of the 600/700 Series. You may look here or here too. And of course, it'll all depend on the budget you're ready to spend.
  33. 1 point
    Make sure you have BIOS set to load defaults, apply and then go back and set it to UEFI AHCI Legacy Option ROMs off Secure Boot off CPU XD support enabled
  34. 1 point
    https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/11138-inventory-of-supportedunsupported-wireless-cards-2-sierra-mojave/ It's very common for combo cards to have support for the Bluetooth part, not the wireless one. The original Intel card in my E6440 is like that: no support for wireless but the Broadcom-based Bluetooth part of it works OOB. It's a matter of chipset...
  35. 1 point
    post full system's specs. Add to your signature file 4k display? discrete graphics? which MacOS you want to install?
  36. 1 point
    Hi exactly me not , i started on windows + chameleon , that time clover was no go when you have slower internet just be carefull while downloading , corrupted or bad file could lead to time waste hackintosh is keep learning process , it never enough , you have to change certain hardware on certain time too PS : where there's a will there's a way , this is great forum people here eager to help you , post again when you back we try to do best
  37. 1 point
    @kostas54 I've been looking over the issue with the Battery status. I had installed CoconutBattery and confirmed the issue. I've tested both ACPIBatteryManager and SMCBatteryManager. I've tested on my E7470, E7450 and E7440 ( Skylake, Broadwell and Haswell respectively) I've tested on Sierra, High Sierra, and Mojave, it appears to the same issue across the board. I'll have to test Sierra with an older ACPIBatteryManager and see if issue occur even further back.
  38. 1 point
    High Sierra does not support NVS5200M. Last known supported version is Sierra. Guide here https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/9248-working-sleep-on-intel-hd-and-nvidia-nvs-on-dell-latitude-e6430-optimus-enabled-or-disabled/?page=1 and http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/327824-dell-latitude-e6430-full-solution/ BIOS settings: Load Default, apply, then Sata Operaton -> AHCI Secure Boot -> Disabled Boot List Option -> UEFI. Enable Legacy Option ROMs Enable Optimus Apply and Exit
  39. 1 point
    Here replace the Config file and SSDT-I2C into /EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched The Fn+ arrow for brightness will take a bit of programming to work, I don't know the guide to do that. Just use Karabiner-Elements app to set your Fn keys. See my E7450 or E7470 guide for more info 7280_I2C.zip
  40. 1 point
    Replace this into /EFI/Clover. Files will work for Mojave as well. https://osxlatitude.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=20625
  41. 1 point
    No unless if the battery died or overheated
  42. 1 point
    @roniez just compress & attach the Clover folder without the themes folder
  43. 1 point
    @liaojingxi @joeleboucher Asuming you have Low Resolution display 1366x768, give this bootpack a try. First download this, then add the attached into /EFI/Clover I didn't include Apple or Microsoft folder, those should be there when you first install Clover, but don't delete them Just add the contents of EFI replacing the files If your resolution is higher, let me know E6330_Mojave_LoRes.zip
  44. 1 point
    Hi there, As some of you may or may not know - OSXL is currently looking into integrating a cryptocurrency - the reason behind this is many - but mostly to have fun - and to allow developers and people who help - to be rewarded for the hard work they do. Unlike other sites that generate their own currency we will most likely go with a coin/token that already is out there - and we are studying a few like: XRP, Kin, Bos, Rise and ETN Today my attention fel to a new: Initiative Q. They are running a campaign - if you head over and signup you will get a bunch of coins for free - so head over and signup and let me know what you think: Link: https://initiativeq.com/invite/HV_cnzp77 Also, if you have any experince with crypto - like development - drop me a message about joining our crypto team.
  45. 1 point
    So nothing new: ALPS v8 remains poorly supported, no reason why this would have changed when the code has not... On the other hand, the kext, as previously compiled, works without issues on my E6220, E6230 or E6440 under Mojave. I've not had to use a Mojave-compiled version.
  46. 1 point
    Orginal: https://www.reddit.com/r/Crostini/wiki/howto/backup How to Backup Containers Performing routine backups is always a good practice, and containers are no exception. Currently, this process is not the most straightforward due to the locked down termina VM, so here's how you can protect your data in case you need to powerwash. Everything will assume working with the default penguin container when you enable Linux within Chrome OS settings. Backup We will use LXC/LXD's image management tools to create and export the image. Enter into the termina VM through crosh by pressing ctrl+alt+t in the Chrome browser. Then we must stop the container, publish it, export the image to a backup file, and put that file somewhere we can access it. The termina VM is extremely locked down and the only writable locations are /tmp and $LXD_CONF (/mnt/stateful/lxd_conf). Step 1: Stop Container An alternative way to stop container from the below instructions is to issue the command sudo shutdown -h now from within the container itself crosh> vsh termina (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc list +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ | NAME | STATE | IPV4 | IPV6 | TYPE | SNAPSHOTS | +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ | penguin | RUNNING | | | PERSISTENT | 0 | +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc stop penguin --force (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc list +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ | NAME | STATE | IPV4 | IPV6 | TYPE | SNAPSHOTS | +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ | penguin | STOPPED | | | PERSISTENT | 0 | +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ Step 2: Publish Container (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc publish penguin --alias backup Container published with fingerprint: 8ff49b7f315b5253ec2c5a38c97567bb33d4bd16c957d903ace4d9d9b56e9ef9 Step 3: Export Image (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc image export backup $LXD_CONF/backup Image exported successfully! Step 4: Start Container (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc start penguin (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc list +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ | NAME | STATE | IPV4 | IPV6 | TYPE | SNAPSHOTS | +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ | penguin | RUNNING | | | PERSISTENT | 0 | +---------+---------+------+------+------------+-----------+ Step 5: Push Backup File Into Container Because of the locked down nature of the termina VM, we can't easily get at the file we just created so we will move it into our container's home directory where it will appear within the Chrome OS Files App. Note: you have to substitute "YOURUSERNAME" in the path below with the username in your penguin container. (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc file push $LXD_CONF/backup.tar.gz penguin/home/YOURUSERNAME/backup.tar.gz Alternate Step 5 Instead of simply pushing the file to the VM, we can mount the $LXD_CONF directory in our penguin container. This makes it much easier to use in the long run, saves on storage, and avoids the no space left on device error. (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ lxc config device add penguin lxd-conf disk source=$LXD_CONF path=/mnt/lxd_conf This creates a directory inside the container at /mnt/lxd_config that contains all of our images. Use the mv command inside penguin to move the backup to your user directory and finally use ChromeOs's files app to move the backup somewhere safe! USERNAME@penguin ~ $ sudo mv /mnt/lxd_conf/FILENAME.tar.gz /home/USERNAME/FILENAME.tar.gz Copy the file out of your Linux Files in the ChromeOS File App and you are done! Step 6: Access your Backup File from Files App You can now open your Files App in Chrome OS, browse to Linux Files and access your backup file. Restore This section is in need of updating and isn't up to date with the above backup section. Feel free to take a moment and improve on it This is essentially the reverse of the backup steps. Once your archive is inside some "helper" container, we can pull it into the "/tmp" directory on the termina VM using the following: lxc file pull helper/tmp/backup.tar.gz /tmp We then import the image: lxc image import /tmp/backup.tar.gz --alias backup Finally we can create a new container using this image instead of the default Google image: lxc init backup penguin Issues With 4+ GB Images (or Anything Other Files) and Getting Them into Termina This sub-section was updated on 7/24/18 and is tested working on a Pixelbook running the Dev Channel Version 69.0.3473.0, in case this breaks later There are some odd issues with the way lxd works which end up making it difficult to import large files into Termina. Images can, however, quickly surpass this size, presenting obvious issues. Luckily, there is a process to get around this. First, you will need to use the split command to break apart your file into pieces smaller than 4 GB. To be safe, I will tell it to make 3 GB files. USERNAME@penguin ~ $ split -b 3GB backup.tar.gz backupSplit.tar.gz. This command will produce as many 3 GB files as needed to break apart all of backup.tar.gz into parts. (6GB = 2 files) The parts will have names backupSplit.tar.gz.aa backupSplit.tar.gz.ab backupSplit.tar.gz.ac ... backupSplit.tar.gz.zz. Then, use any method (see Alternate Step 5 above for my personal favorite method) to get the new 3GB files into termina. Once they are all there, we will use the cat command to recombine them. <useless nerd stuff> This command, short for catinate, is really interesting. It basically prints out the raw contents of any file in Linux, even those such as tar files that we wouldn't normally consider to have any raw content. This works because what split is doing is actually cutting the raw data at that point. These two tools, originally meant to work with text files and generally do totally different things, work together really well in this use case! Anyway, we can then use the linux commands > and >>, called append, to take the raw command line output output of catand add it to a file, as we'll see in a second. > just stores the would-be command line output to the file specified after the command while >> specifically appends the output to the end of the specified output. </useless nerd stuff> Method 1 We can do the recombination in a few ways. If it's just a few files, we can do it this way: (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ cat backupSplit.tar.gz.aa > backupRecompiled.tar.gz (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ cat backupSplit.tar.gz.ab >> backupRecompiled.tar.gz (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ cat backupSplit.tar.gz.ac >> backupRecompiled.tar.gz This takes the raw content of the first file backupSplit.tar.gz.aa and puts it in backupRecompiled.tar.gz. It then appends the contents of backupSplit.tar.gz.ab and backupSplit.tar.gz.acto the end of that file. Method 2 If for some reason you have a stupidly huge backup that produces more than ~5 parts, you will want to do this in a better way. This better way is to use something of which I forgot the name (someone please correct me!), but basically acts as a for loop in this case. See below: (termina) chronos@localhost ~ $ cat backupSplit.tar.gz.?? > backupRecompiled.tar.gz This uses the question mark wildcards (??) to have the cat command run on all of the files starting with backupSplit.tar.gz. and ending with any two characters. I am listing both Methods 1 and 2 here is because 1) Method 1 is a better explanation of how these commands work and 2) Method 1 worked better for me (Method 2 should work and is the more elegant solution, but I guess it didn't feel like it on my system ¯\_(ツ)_/¯) After you have your full, recombined image in termina, proceed back up the section on restoring and start with lxc image import. Good luck with your data recovery!
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    Steps to change the DVMT value (Done on Windows or WinPE) /!\ Warning, some files in attachment will show as infected, you'll need to disable your antivirus temporarily Use at your own risk! 1) Universal BIOS Backup ToolKit 2.0.exe - to backup the BIOS (i.e. DellInc.-A07.rom) 2) UEFITool.exe to find the module labeled SetupPrep (not Setup as per FireWolf’s guide) and extract the PE32 image section (setup.bin) Update: For Dell Only: Search with this GUID then extracting the PE32 body under it would be faster /easier than finding the module per guide 899407d7-99fe-43d8-9a21-79ec328cac21 3) Universal IFR Extractor.exe to extract setup.bin to a readable text file 4) Use notepad to search for “DVMT” in the text file i.e. for the E7450, 2 were found at 0x432 and 0x433 but only 0x432 needs to be changed to 0x3 5) Format an USB drive to fat32 and create a folder name EFI 6) Download the EFI Shell and extract the Boot folder to EFI folder (EFI/Boot/bootx64.efi) 7) Boot system with the USB and select UEFI Boot At the grub prompt, enter these commands, hit enter after command, then exit and reboot i.e. setup_var 0x432 0x3 To verify if the value was updated, just enter setup_var 0x432 and hit enter, the value will be listed More detailed instruction in attachment /!\ Alternatively, just use Lilu.kext + IntelGraphicsDVMTFixup Whatevergreen without having to mess with the BIOS https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/releases https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/blob/master/KnownPlugins.md https://github.com/BarbaraPalvin/IntelGraphicsDVMTFixup/releases https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGreen/releases DVMT_Tools.zip
  48. 1 point
    High Sierra High Sierra Guide Bootpacks E7450_HD5500_Only_A17_HS.zip Fix miniDP config-FixDP.zip Updated BIOS: E7450_HD5500_Only_A19_HS.zip E7450_Disable840M_A17_HS.zip Fix miniDP config-Optimus_FixDP.zip E7250_A17_HS.zip UPDATES High Sierra 10.13.1 (17B48) STATUS: GOOD UPDATE METHOD: APP STORE/SYSTEM UPDATE MODIFICATIONS NEEDED: Install latest Clover prior to update High Sierra 10.13.2 (17C88) STATUS: GOOD UPDATE METHOD: APP STORE/SYSTEM UPDATE MODIFICATIONS NEEDED: Install latest Clover prior to update Install latest Lilu.kext v1.2.1 High Sierra 10.13.3 (17D47) STATUS: GOOD UPDATE METHOD: APP STORE/SYSTEM UPDATE MODIFICATIONS NEEDED: Install latest Clover prior to update Install latest Lilu.kext v1.2.1 To Fix miniDP, change SMBios to MBP12,1 High Sierra 10.13.4 (17E199) STATUS: GOOD UPDATE METHOD: APP STORE/SYSTEM UPDATE MODIFICATIONS NEEDED: Install latest Clover prior to update Install latest Lilu.kext v1.2.1 High Sierra 10.13.5 (17F77) STATUS: GOOD UPDATE METHOD: APP STORE/SYSTEM UPDATE MODIFICATIONS NEEDED: Install latest Clover prior to update Install latest Lilu.kext v1.2.3 High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G65) STATUS: GOOD UPDATE METHOD: APP STORE/SYSTEM UPDATE
  49. 1 point
    Dev Micky1979 @IM just released a new Enoch boot file r2851 that includes a number of fantastic new developments, including on-the-fly kernel + kexts patching facility. This allows similar mods to what was restricted to Clover until now. Ace! http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/231075-chameleon-23svn-official-pkg-installer-binaries/page-204?do=findComment&comment=2376053
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    6430u with Intel HD 4000 Not to confuse this for E6430, specs are similar, but looks more like an E7440...light weight 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 1366×768 HD 4000 graphics 36Wh and 60Wh battery options 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 Weight: 1.69Kg /3.7lb with 3-cell/36Wh battery. Thickness: 20.9 Express Charge. 80% charge in one hour 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 After creating your USB installer, run myHack again Select Install Extra and point to the Extra folder attached Extra_6430u_Mav_i7-3667u.zip Boot up system with USB installer disk with the -v flag Format the HDD per instruction from myHack (Guid/Journaled Extended) Continue with the Installation Select "Use my Own" when prompt and point to the Extra folder in the root of the USB installer When prompt to remove problematic kexts, select Yes, Yes, No After a few minutes, it'll restart the computer. Remove the USB installer Complete the customization ( if you get Invalid Partition Table during boot - just hit enter) 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 Important: If you have higher resolution (1600x900), replace AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext in the bootpack otherwise you'll get a blank screen after boot. AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext.zip 361.77KB 158 downloads BIOS UPDATE Don't update BIOS to version A07 or A08, causes major screen artifacts! Fixes: If you encounter error above when launching DVD Player, replace DVDPlayback.framework.zip 2.86MB 13 downloads in System/Library/Frameworks. Don't forget to backup original. JL
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