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  1. CodecComander.kext already present. Did repair and rebuild anyway (but have been doing that regularly!). Rebooted, and it works. Odd. I wonder if it's standby related?
  2. Doh, maybe DW1510 doesn't have bluetooth!
  3. OK, so I've just found this and it worked - I have WIFI! https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/11138-inventory-of-supportedunsupported-wireless-cards-2-sierra-catalina/?tab=comments#comment-86614 Need help with bluetooth! Will keep digging So now, how do I double check that I don't have anything slightly off? I guess I'm asking how I know if I'm "done"??? Or is it just a case of looking out for stuff that looks odd?
  4. After going back to basic kexts from core EFI and 7440 bundle, and removing nearly all kexts from /L*/E*, I'm in again. Wifi is DW1510, working fine in High Sierra.
  5. Can't mount EFI in safeboot - Clover doesn't appear to do anything when I click Open, and "mount_msdos" in Terminal doesn't work for me. Booting into USB installer is horrid, and I've no idea what I'm doing when I get there!
  6. Having installed chrome, graphics look a bit dodgy, at least in Safe mode. Still stuck unable to do a normal boot.
  7. Hi, Catalina installed via USB stick with Clover. Generic and E7240/7440 EFI taken from this site. Sound, screen and LAN working. No Wireless or Bluetooth. Debug attached. Have tried manually adding a few kexts, and now it won't boot unless I go to safe mode. Any ideas on getting access back (have been booting from USB installer and deleting kexts, but can't find the issue!)? Also what am I missing for Wifi/BT? Cheers debug_15225.zip
  8. SOLVED. Bluetooth sorted with files from bootpack in guide, into /L*/E* with permissions and rebuild.
  9. Thanks so much Jake. As you said I've taken a dump of the EFI package, and started from scratch. This time it's worked a treat, and it's so easy just to drop the EFI folder onto both the USB drive and to the target install drive after install. Just bluetooth to sort....
  10. No joy I'm afraid, still much the same as when I started. EFI partition cleaned up as per instructions. I just mount the EFI, make changes, then reboot right? I only need to do permissions and kext cache rebuild if I touch /L*/E* or /S*/L*/E*? debug_18804.zip
  11. Thanks done, except can’t find a nvram.plist?
  12. Many thanks fella. I think I've followed those instructions to the letter. I get the same error message during boot, and graphics seem no better - still corrupt in places. Still no sound, keyboard, trackpad or LAN. F2 and F4 clover dumps done and debug recreated. debug_26782.zip
  13. with IO dump which failed first time debug_17843.zip
  14. Hi Pretty new to all this lark. Got Mojave installed on an E7450. After much manual messing about with Clover and installing various bits and bobs, I now have a part functioning system. Wifi is fine, as I'd previously been running High Sierra on this and had already swapped out the wifi card. On boot I get a very long pause, then '[IGPU] Graphics driver failed to load: could not register with Framebuffer driver!' then another longer pause but, eventually it boots. I've no:- - sound - keyboard - trackpad Not even looked at sleep etc. How do I go about diagnosing where my problem lies? thanks folks
  15. where do I start with diagnosing why the audio has stopped working on my E7470, running 10.13.6
  16. Perhaps it needs to be plugged in at boot?
  17. I don't think it's disabled, as it appears in the list of available network connections in System Preferences -> Network, but just doesn't work. Seemed to be jumping up/down according to link light on my switch. Using Mausi. ta
  18. I have a sweet E7470 build, all working with new Wifi Card etc. However, just went to use LAN to copy over large files and found it didn't work upon plugging in. Any ideas?
  19. Ah, sorted it. Missed this step:- - Those kexts should be copied to /Library/Extensions
  20. I have the same issue, running 10.13.6 Static on headphone port, when built in speaker audio is fine. Plugging in the headphones gives static (LOUD), and the output device name changes from Dahili Hoparlorler to Kulaklik Named kexts appear to be in the right place, and have done repair permissions and rebuilt the cache. Any ideas?
  21. Holy crap, 2 random reboots later, and it works. THANKS!
  22. OK, done. No joy. I had those 4 kexts already, so assume I now just have updated ones. Still no bluetooth stuff shown in System Information under 'Bluetooth', and similarly nothing about bluetooth under USB. Under Network, I see Bluetooth PAN, and the same Wifi Airport as before. I still can't turn the device 'ON'. thanks
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