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  1. Thanks a lot. That worked flawlessly! I've attached my efi folder if other people with a latitude e5570 have trouble updating or installing. EFI.zip EFI.zip
  2. Bump, still not able to solve this one.
  3. Thanks for the reply! I've tried to set fakeID and ig-platform-id to 0x12345678 but it's still stuck on the bpfAttach message. I do think you're right about it being the graphics though since the brightness of the screen changes when it reaches this point. I've attached a picture with my settings. Edit: I've tried some other things like disable the wifi card in the bios but it still hangs when the screen brightness changes. The message seems to change though.
  4. Hey guys I've been running a very stable install on Mojave 10.14.3 (thanks to this forum) but have recently run into an issue when trying to update to 10.14.4. I've updated clover to the latest version before updating but the boot seems to freeze on bpfAttach 30 and I have no idea what it means. When googling I found that some people had this because of nvidia cards but since I only have integrated graphics this isn't possible. I've attached a picture of the point where it hangs. If anyone knows what's going on or how I could fix it I would be really grateful.
  5. Thank you so much! The config.plist worked and I'm now connected via wifi! Is there any way to support this forum? I wouldn't have been able to get it working without your help.
  6. Thanks for the tip. I have no experience with changing DSDT yet so I have no idea how to check that but I'm going to look into it now. I only see that the bios does see a wireless card installed. Got a lshw output and the debug file in the attachment below. Thanks for helping me out.
  7. Thanks for the reply! I've tried to boot with the E7470 bootpack but it won't boot. This is what it says right before the crash. Because it wasn't able to boot I tried to move some kexts from my old bootpack to the new one like the USB ones but without any luck. After that I decided to try with the old bootpack and remove the kexts you listed. The laptop still boots but there's still no wlan showing up. I've attached the current bootpack in the attachments. Last thing I also tried was deleting airport, networkinterfaces and preferences.plist in the /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration folder to try and force it to detect new interfaces. Is there anything else I could try? CLOVER.zip
  8. Hey guys, First of all, thanks everyone who has contributed to this forum. I've finally been able to get almost everything working with Mac OS on my Latitude. I only have one final thing to resolve which is the wlan module I ordered. I ordered a DW1830 because I saw people having good results with it but I just can't get it to work. To setup the machine to where it is now I've used this guide: https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/9179-dell-latitude-e7x70-clover-uefi-only/ I've saw posts regarding kexts and patches but I think those are already included in the clover config from the post. My laptop is a Dell Latitude e5570 and to install the module I've only attached the black and white cable, so I left the light grey one out. The system report from the bios shows that the wlan module is installed and enabled. Linux (elementary OS) can also see the device. In Mac OS I don't see it in the system preferences/network settings. I only see this in the System Information tab. I've attached a copy of my Clover folder so I hope I'm just missing something really basic. CLOVER.zip
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