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  1. piero512

    HP 240 G5

    So hey, to keep people from what happened after, is that I got the brightness keys working using Karabiner-Elements and finally fixed shutdown by DSDT editing. My laptop needed a specific register Toggled to be able to shutdown, toggled by this ssdt https://github.com/RehabMan/OS-X-Clover-Laptop-Config/blob/master/hotpatch/SSDT-PTSWAK.dsl.
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    HP 240 G5

    My laptop bios is very limited. I've found that I have Network boot off, but the wake-on-lan thing isn't there. Also, the computer reboots just fine. it's just shutdown. Maybe there's some dsdt edit I might have to do? I'm going to disable the internal bluetooth since it isn't compatible (rtl8723be) just to see if it is the adapter. I have installed karabiner, but haven't yet used it to reassign keys, as you can see here, Karabiner-Eventviewer says that when I press my brightness up and brightness down keys. Effectively, my brightness keys are working, but since the AppleSmartTouchPadPS2.kext also send a mute keypress when I press my buttons, macOS just ignores my brightness keys. eventType:SysKeyDown code:0x7 name:mute flags: misc: eventType:SysKeyUp code:0x7 name:mute flags: misc: eventType:FlagsChanged code:0x38 name:left_shift flags:Shift misc: eventType:FlagsChanged code:0x37 name:left_command flags:Shift Cmd misc: eventType:SysKeyDown code:0x3 name:display_brightn flags:Shift Cmd misc: eventType:SysKeyUp code:0x3 name:display_brightn flags:Shift Cmd misc: eventType:FlagsChanged code:0x37 name:left_command flags:Shift misc: eventType:FlagsChanged code:0x38 name:left_shift flags: misc: eventType:SysKeyDown code:0x7 name:mute flags: misc: eventType:FlagsChanged code:0x38 name:left_shift flags:Shift misc: eventType:FlagsChanged code:0x37 name:left_command flags:Shift Cmd misc: eventType:SysKeyDown code:0x2 name:display_brightn flags:Shift Cmd misc: eventType:SysKeyUp code:0x2 name:display_brightn flags:Shift Cmd misc: eventType:FlagsChanged code:0x37 name:left_command flags:Shift misc: eventType:FlagsChanged code:0x38 name:left_shift flags: misc: eventType:SysKeyUp code:0x7 name:mute flags: misc:
  3. piero512

    HP 240 G5

    Hey, first time here on OSXLatitude. I was wondering if I could get some help with my macOS install. I'm already running latest Sierra (10.12.6 at the time of writing). Almost everything works, but I have some issues that I haven't been able to debug. First: My brightness keys just work as mute unmute when using the AppleSmartTouchpadPS2.kext (I think it was called this way) (I have a ELAN trackpad and I can't live without 2 finger scrolling) . I've been trying to stop the kext from attaching to those keys, unsucessfully. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Second: My laptop won't shutdown properly (ie. it powers off okay, but then it stops responding with fans full speed and both power and HDD activity LEDs on.) I have tried a lot of methods in Clover (FixShutdown, HaltEnabler) but they didn't work. I'll attach EFI/Clover (with original ACPI table dump, modified DSDT, config.plist, etc..) and ACPI table dump under macOS. HP 240 G5.zip
  4. This is my gripe with the keyboard as well, but it isn't kind of a dealbreaker for me, since I don't do xml by hand. I'm also interested in remapping my backlight keys that for some reason in this keyboard driver are mapped onto mute unmute,and I even tried to just outright disable Fn keys, but it didn't work.
  5. I did it as indicated on the Tutorial, but for some reason it won't work as the kext assigns my brightness keys (both of them) to mute.
  6. Hey, I'm a little new on this forum, but just registered to ask for a very specific problem that my laptop suffers when using your kext. I've patched the Brightness Slider on my hack using RehabMan's guide, but then, after what appears to be a correct patching, my brightness keys toggle mute instead of the respective Brightness (Not sure if they did that before the DSDT patch). After further investigation, I noticed that the patching was correct and the keyboard in fact was sending both the mute and the brightness up/down respectively. Is there a way I can force the kext to stop assigning media keys to my brightness keys? (Fn + F2 for Brightness down, and Fn + F3 for brightness up.) Here's some little detail about my hack: I'm using a HP 240 G5, uses ELAN trackpad, the keyboard came with a Latin American configuration (I can live with it, and Apple awful mapping).
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