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  1. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Thank you for answer, I have seen a post on another forum talking aboute I2C I will try too post on it. My laptop is 90 % finished so I can now wait for a final solution. Your help greatly permitted to me to go forward Thanks Jake
  2. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi Jake, Very busy this week. I m quite sure keyboard is PS2 so all buttons are on a the same board as touchpad. Do you think I must try to re install High Sierra ? PS: Just tried, I had already installed high Sierra on an external same result, no buttons .. ?
  3. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Jake, I have been thinking about what you said concerning buttons driven in keyboard kext. I can boot this laptop windows 10. is there a window or dos program which would permit to give this answer ?
  4. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi Jake, I looked in windows touchpad id is \_SB.PCI0.I2C1.TPD1 I think touchpad include buttons (not part of keyboard)
  5. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    I will test tomorrow late, pass midnight here .
  6. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Yes, click by tapping is ok and 2 fingers tap for right clic also ok.
  7. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi Jake, I discovered that the trackpad is working but not the buttons ! no action on clic. I mostly use mouse but in this case I used only trackpad with buttons I will try to analyse your patches (to try to understand ...) An idea ?
  8. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi Jake, Really, many thanks for all, that will be very helpfull for me. Very kind of you. I hope this post will be useful for somebody with 8th generation processors. Have a nice day.
  9. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi Jake, Again good news, slider is working. I think one file SSDT-PNLF or SSDT-ALS0 was corrupted. Compile it again, and all is working. I upgraded successfully to 10.13.6. Many thanks for help. PS : Please, what was the patches list you apply to my origin files ?
  10. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi, Solved for sound -> appleALC.kext, sound working up to 1.2.7 version, after, no sound hardware detected. Have you an idea Jake, for slider missing in monitor settings ?
  11. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Good news Jake, Trackpad is working great !! I just lose sound and I had to put back some files in clover/kext folder to make it work I will look which ones are mandatory. Your patched acpi files work, nice job. In monitor preferences, slider is not present. I am quite sure I saw it working.... so many manipulations, I can't remember what was done. Here are ioreg files. Thanks for all 5590_after.ioreg 5590_before.ioreg
  12. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi Jake, Thanks for answer, i will test after work
  13. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi Jake, Here are specs: Dell Latitude 5590 - Bios 1.3.2 (last) - Cpu i5-8250U - 16Go Ram (2 X 8Go) - Clover 4617 - High Sierra 10.13.4 installed on Sata SSD (not NVMe) - Graphics working except backlight cursor not presentDSDT and SSDT - Sound ALC3246 (working) - Network Intel I219-LM (Working) - Wifi DW1560 (Working) - Keyboard (Working) - Touchpad not working (i2c certainly) I would like to learn how to patch DSDT and SSDT files, I tried several times without success Hope this will help origin.zip CLOVER.zip
  14. quartz38

    [SUCCESS] Latitude 5590 (Coffee Lake) High Sierra

    Hi Bronxteck, Thanks for your answer, i just started to work on this. I managed to boot it with clover but after 3 months practice about patching, i have not understood yet what are the mandatory patchs to apply on origin files (got with Clover F4) as quoted in your message "plus your standard laptop issues like back light, audio, WiFi, bt, track pad/keyboard (these might be on an i2c bus) sleep/wake/shutdown, power management" I applied patchs in clover boot (no acpi patching) but for example, to have trackpad running need to patch DSDT file, and i would like to apply the patchs in clover directly in acpi. I can attach Origin folder if needed. Many thanks for help
  15. Hi everyone, Has somebody successfully installed High Sierra on a Dell 5590 (coffee Lake processor equiped i5-8250U) ? Regards
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