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  1. Justin, I tried using OC on an external hard drive with USB caddy. I left my primary internal SSD untouched. I was curious to try OC and it was a good mess, honestly. I recommend you to firstly solve your issues with clover, to read carefully dortania's OC guide (read it all, many times) and finally, if you feel quite brave try to "adjust" your files to OC. I suggest also to test your future OC files using an external drive/stick before trying with your primary drive. But, unfortunately, I'm not able to understand your issue. Apologize
  2. Hi @Jake Lo, I tried to boot windows (internal sata SSD, where I host windows and catalina) from the external hard drive (using OC 0.6.0, after resetting NVRAM) but the result I have is always the same. I post it in this video. OC is able to boot both Big Sur (in the external hard drive) and Catalina. And here there are my files. I followed dortania's guide but there seems to be no solutions for this case. Windows is recognized by the picker but I cannot boot windows at all. Do you have any hit? Ps: should I move the topic on another section? Apologize if I'm wrong. Thanks a lot
  3. Dear @mehmetuksel, I always used OpenCore 0.6.0, updating kexts as usual with a macos update. Nothing else. So, I don't have neither 0.6.1 nor 0.6.2 efi folder to share. If you want to have a try, please use the already shared one. Regards
  4. @PrabhuR Sincerely, I didn't test it and I will not test it in that machine. On the other hand, I tried to boot my internal win10 (on another pc) through external hard drive with opencore. The result is a continuous bootloop from the very beginning. I suppose this behaviour is related to the way opencore treats windows: as a bootcamp partition. I will not modify my internal windows partition so I will try to do this (and I recommend you to do the same): create a partition on the external hard drive suitable for your windows partition, clone the internal win10 partition to the external (using CCC, for example) and follow the dortania guide about multiboot (chameleon, stolen and rebranded) systems. Then, try to boot the external win10 partition using opencore. I hope I explained it properly and sufficiently clear. I hope..
  5. Specifications: BIOS Version: N51 01.63 Intel 7th gen i7-7700, 3.6GHz CPU Integrated Intel HD graphics 630 (as display, I use a 24" Lenovo ThinkVision T24-i10 1920 x 1080 pixel out of the DP port) 8 GB DDR4-2400 RAM HDD SATA WDC 1TB 3.5": Win 10 Home + macOS Catalina 10.15.6 (clover) HDD SATA Hitachi 160GB 2.5": Big Sur beta 4 (OpenCore) Intel I219-LM Gigabit Ethernet Realtek ALC221 audio layout 11 WiFi Card+BT: BCM4350 Dell DW 1820A (14e4:43a3), M.2, 802.11ac/b/g/n 2.4/5GHz 867Mbps + BT 4.1, BCM2045A0 chipset through PCI-e to M.2 converter 1 x DVI-I port 2 x DP port 1 x USB 3.0 Card Reader Full specs available here Working almost all the components, especially: Internal speakers USB 2 and 3 PCI-e Wifi+Bt combo Not working: karabiner-elements and hp-keyboard remapping. Nevertheless, fn+f7-f8-f9 work for volume adjustment. Brightness (it is controlled by the monitor itself) 1 DP output Sleep (known issue of HD graphics 630 OpenCore 0.6.0 Big Sur Beta 4 (first public beta) Big Sur Beta 5 (20A5354i) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 6 (20A5364e) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 7 (20A5374g) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 9 (20A5384c) installed through software updates DSDT hotpatch: credits Maldon SSDT patch: credits dortania, acidanthera team, Maldon Hope you can enjoy! HPZ240-OC060-BS4-5.zip
  6. Hi Jake, you were doubly correct: I didn't add the patch correctly and I didn't perform a NVRAM reset. So, after doing those 2 things, SD card reader is working again in Big Sur. I updated the EFI folder in post #1. Thanks again!
  7. Hi Jake, Thanks a lot! I had a first trial yesterday but it seemed to me not to work. Hackintool is recognizing it properly but it seems not work. I would like to try with another SD card ASAP (I had only one available yesterday) and then give a complete feedback. EDIT: I confirm that with other SD cards I have no working reader. It is properly recognised but it isn't working. In the attached picture it is clearly shown: I have a 16GB SD card attached (yesterday it was a 32GB SDHC card). I attach also my ioreg file for research and development. marco’s MacBook Pro.ioreg
  8. Remember to refer to pre-existent guides, as this one. In any case use Terminal: sudo pmset hibernatemode 0 sudo rm -f /var/vm/sleepimage sudo pmset hibernatefile /dev/null As an alternative, use hackintool (really useful for a lot of things, by the way)
  9. Hi everyone, I successfully installed Big Sur beta 4 on my Latitude E 7450 using OpenCore 0.6.0. The machine is already running Catalina 10.15.6 based on Jake Lo's guide, so I will not repeat the same story (especially for specs). I only underline that this is the iGPU only model (no dGPU to be disabled here). Working: - keyboard, trackpad and trackstick (only with ApplePS2Controller provided in Jake Lo's packages. Latest VoodooPS2Controller will not be useful for this ALPS touchpad) - Wifi (thanks to Jake Lo patch) using a Dell DW1560 (as per signature) - Graphic card acceleration - Screen backlight - Bluetooth - Audio - SD card reader Not working - Bluetooth (and webcam) - Audio - Fingerprint sensor (of course, as always) - SD card reader Not tested - SD card reader (supposed not working) Hackintool (and IORegistry, of course) is able to recognize both audio and EH01 usb controller, but they seems to be "inactive" and I don't know how to fix them. Fortunately, USB3 is working, otherwise I couldn't install macOS since I used an external WD HD on a USB3 caddy. In any case, I share my EFI for development and further testing, especially for @Jake Lo. Credits: Jake Lo (and all the guys and teams who inspired him for his original clover guide) EDIT: Bluetooth, webcam and Audio work fixing IRQ issues by adding SSDT-HPET (and related patches) to ACPI. SSDT-PLUG is actually useless (you can even turn it off from the config.plist). I updated the EFI folder. EDIT 2: Properly injected device properties made the SD card reader working again. Thanks Jake! I uploaded the working EFI Updates: Big Sur Beta 5 (20A5354i) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 6 (20A5364e) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 7 (20A5374g) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 9 (20A5384c) installed through software updates Enjoy! E7450-OC060-BSb-EDIT2.zip
  10. Specifications: BIOS Version: 01.11.01 Intel 8th gen i7-8550U, 1.8GHz CPU Integrated Intel UHD620 graphics Dedicated Nvidia GeForce 930MX (disabled) 15.6" 16:9 1920 x 1080 pixel 141 PPI, AUO41ED, IPS LED 16GB DDR4-2400 RAM NVME M.2 KXG50ZNV512G TOSHIBA 512GB: Win 10 Home SSD SATA 256GB Toshiba: Catalina 10.15.6 (supported by CtlnaAHCIPort.kext) External USB 3.0 SATA case with Fujittsu MHZ2160BH FF 160GB HDD 5400rpm: Big Sur Beta 4 RTL8xxx Gigabit Ethernet Conexant CX8200 audio layout 21 WiFi Card+BT: BCM94352Z (14e4:43a0), M.2, 802.11ac/b/g/n 2.4/5GHz 867Mbps + BT 4.1, BCM20702A0 chipset 1 x 3.5mm universal jack (combo audio) 1 x USB Type C port 3.1 1 x USB 2.0 ports Type-A 2 x USB 3.0 ports Type-A 1 x HDMI port 1 x VGA port 1 x Realtek RTS522A PCI Express Card Reader Working: All the components except fingerprint sensor (no Touch ID support) Trackpad with full gestures supported | a little bit laggy at time of writing OpenCore 0.6.0 Big Sur Beta 4 (first public beta) Big Sur Beta 5 (20A5354i) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 6 (20A5364e) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 7 (20A5374g) installed through software updates Big Sur Beta 9 (20A5384c) installed through software updates DSDT hotpatch: credits RehabMan (since Mojave guide) SSDT patch: credits RehabMan (since Mojave guide), JakeLo, dortania, acidanthera team Many thanks to all osxlatitude team for the great support! PB-450G5-OC060.zip
  11. Hi Jake, thanks a lot for your support. I tried first with probook (modifying the plist properly. here the dw1560 is 14e4,43b1). but, as you can see in pictures one and two, wireless card is correctly injected but the wifi symbol is still gray and if I try to switch the wifi off, then it switches on automatically, concluding it is not working properly. This is occurring even deleting AirPortBrcm4360_Injector.kext from AirPortBrcmFixup. I tried to set pci-aspm-default=0 in the plist but no way. Furthermore, there is no network interface in system preferences and I cannot add any wireless network interface. I expect the same behavior with the latitude e7450 but I will keep it updated UPDATE: replacing the 14e4,43a0 that you placed in the config.plist made it work on hp. Thanks jake! I will also update the post when I will try the solution on E7450.
  12. Do you mean EFI folder? Here you are EFI-E7450-OC060.zip EFI-Probook450G5-OC-060.zip
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