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  1. No luck using your config.plist and kexts, everything still boots fine but sound don't work unfortunantely Does the nvram.plist have any effect on this? I do see some settings relating to sound in there (SystemAudioVolume set to YA== and SystemAudioVolumeDB set to YA==) Sorry I should also mention that I am dual booting with windows and sound is working fine there
  2. @Jake Lo Testing with the internal system settings sound preferences and also by playing videos etc @Hervé Will try this again and update!
  3. Hi, I recently upgraded my E6220 with i7-2620M from Sierra to High Sierra (as a fresh install on APFS). I followed both Herve's and Jake Lo's installation guides for the E6220 but I am having issues getting the audio to work. I have tried using different and the latest versions of Lilu and AppleALC but have had no luck. I am using Herves DSDT file (from here) with my own generated SDST and currently a combination of both Herves and Jake Lo's config.plist as I had issues with the integrated webcam which is now working (bear in mind even using the original config.plist from both
  4. Still no luck unfortunately Ill give this a shot, do I need to replace just the ssdt and dsdt.aml files for my i7 processor?
  5. Right after mac os installation, so its just about to finish installing, the message comes up. I select the installed drive and I get a 'boot0af: error' EDIT: picture of where the message appears: http://i.imgur.com/xA1kDA3.jpg
  6. Model: Dell E6220 i7-2620m, 8GB ram, Intel HD 3000 I'm currently following pafkata's guide on running sierra on my e6220 using clover: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/9383-dell-e6220-i7-2620m-clover-detailed-guide/ Everything works until the very end of the macOS installer where I get the error "building boot caches on boot helper partition failed". I have tried booting into the SSD anyway but get a boot0af error. Does anyone know how I can resolve this issue? (P.S this is the first time installing Mac on this laptop) Thank you.
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