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  1. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Hi. I figured out I had removed (somehow) the voodoo kext and fixed the keyboard. Did you have specific I2C satellites you used for the trackpad? I'll have time to poke at it in a few hours. At this point I have three issues, the USB-C nic doesn't reconnect after sleep, the trackpad and most important to me is the external monitor issue - I've made a transition and have loaded the machine up with work and am on it daily now (even using docker and fusion), it's been reliable.
  2. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Ah, ok. I'll poke at it and see what happened. Not dependent on the tools at all, just was really frustrated with the en0 builtin issue I had this weekend. I still don't know what to look at deeper for the USB-C DP video issue. Any ideas? It's detecting my monitor incorrectly.
  3. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Umm... oops? Took a look a min ago an noticed the voodoops2 driver was gone somehow (would multi-beast have removed it and set the smbios?) was missing and readded it so fixing the builtin keys.
  4. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Mine is running low and ramping properly. @persistz if you try the efi I just uploaded do you have the same problem?
  5. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Hi all, update: USB audio seems to be fine via Dock, as is the USB-C nic in my dock. Driver from realtek site was necessary as 8153 is not part of AppleUSBECM afaict. The onboard NIC also works fine using i219 driver from multifail. I did have some trouble getting onboard to "built-in" status but the EFI string added to config.plist seems to be doing the trick. I seem to have broken my onboard keyboard however... Yes the trackpad was jittery but now neither work. Not sure what I did to hurt it. EFI attached. EFI.zip
  6. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 Mojave APFS error

    Also, the app store no longer works and iMessage locked me out. I'm looking for a used mac to grab a guid from. /wink.
  7. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 Mojave APFS error

    @@Jack Doe Hi. My install is on a USB 1tb NVME. I have not tried to install to the internal NVME yet. I'm still facing resolution issues, the sound doesn't work and the trackpad, well you know. I'm toying with the idea of buying one but if there are a couple folks that want to work together I'm happy to do so. Work was crazy for past month...
  8. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    @Jake Lo is there other data I can provide?
  9. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    LMK what you need me to do.
  10. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Graphics on laptop screen good, but I have a big monitor and it's not working at optimum res. As you say, the trackpad works but jumpy and no buttons. Focusing on monitor, then will go into audio and trackpad.
  11. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    and the IOfile without switchresX enabled. micheajp-v2.1-noSwitchX.ioreg
  12. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Attached are two versions. I tried SwitchResX and was able to bump up resolutions, but not to native 3840x1400. micheajp-v2.1.ioreg
  13. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Does not have an effect. Also tried some other flags. No change.
  14. micheajp

    Dell Latitude 7490 - Mojave

    Lol. Yes, here's a shot of each. The hub is separate as I mentioned. Nic is Port_#0004.Hub_#0002, Hub is Port_#0002.Hub_#0001
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