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  1. Hallo Jake Lo,
    Thank you for all of your valuable help in this forum! I have followed your guides step by step and because I have a very specific question I sent this pm to you.

    I am trying to install Mojave on my E5450 Latitude. It has 16 GB Ram and Nvidia 830 M discrete graphics. But the audio is not working, discrete card is not recognized and I cannot change any display settings (brightness, resolution) of HD5500.

    I have installed the Bootpack Exx50_Mojave and added SSDT-Disable-DGPU.aml.zip
    As you have explained here:

    I have also tried another advice of yours in this topic:
    and installed the bootpack E5450_HD5500_Mojave. But it didn't work either.

    I have also replaced the lilu.kext and whatevergreen.kext with the newest versions (1.3.6 and 1.2.9 respectively) with no avail.

    Which bootpack do you advice to use?
    Do you reccomend to use those latest kexts?
    When I update a kext, do I need to modify the config.plist file in the bootpack?


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    2. Taccano


      Thank you for the information Jake Lo! Then I am going to use the Integrated card, HD 5500.


      I have updated the kext as you told when I was installing:


      “7. Copy kexts from /EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other/CopytoLE to /Library/Extensions of Macintosh SSD”

      That is /L/E that you refer to right? In which cases I need to update the kexts in  (S/L/E) System/Library/Extensions?

      The audio has unfortunately a problem. It works when I reboot. Regardless to hibernation after a while (10 minutes approx) It stops working. After reboot it works again. Could you please look at my debug file again? (Because I haven't update it since then.)

      In the post install intructions you advice:


      9. Go to System Preferences
          •    Enable Clicking for Trackpad

      I have noticed that in my system settings there is no trackpad found. How can I enable it?


      I have just run the permission.sh script to rebuild and repair the permissions: It warns me that:


      /AppleInternal/Library/Extensions: No such file or directory

      Could it be the culprit?


      Have a nice evening and thank you for your kind helping!

    3. Taccano
    4. Jake Lo

      Jake Lo

      Just install to /L/E, not /S/L/E

      no, that error is normal.

      no touchpad because appleps2controller is a generic mouse kext. there's no current kext for Alps that's working at least not to my standard. you could try Dr.Hurt's Alps Refined kext. if you want to try it. you can find it in our forum.

      But 2 fingers scrolling works, tap to drag works. 2 fingers right click works. that's enough for me

      as for sound I don't have that issue after sleep. you could try adding codeccommander.kext to /L/E

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