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  1. @Tritius My USBs started working with the updates Jake Lo gave me. I have attached a copy of my EFI of my laptop from the EFI itself of the laptop, maybe it will help. If it works out, I highly recommend throwing a donation towards Jake Lo for finalizing, they are awesome! Good luck! E6530-EFI.zip
  2. @Tritius I can confirm brightness controls are not working; but I have not tried any of the suggestions by Jake and Herve. Brightness controls on this model are FN + Up/Down keys. Honestly I'm fine with the brightness being full blast, I have mine hooked up to an HDMI 65" LED 4K, but yeh eventually brightness might be an issue. As a side note, it may be possible to find a brightness control somewhere in system preferences or perhaps a third party app. I always thought brightness would go through the BIOS not the OS - but this is a really really small issue compared to having so much other things working. I hope you find a solution!
  3. @Jake Lo Everything is working 100% . -- Thank you so much! You guys kicked ass
  4. @Hervé I have no idea why I have no ACPI folder. I'm not trying to do anything special. Also I tried setting up without VoodooHDA - I could never get sound to work - Could VoodooHDA be causing USB issues?
  5. @Leook When it booted up, my screen filled with long vertical lines and got really bright, I'm not sure what happened but I never made it to the login screen. Possibly something with the graphics. @Hervé Is there somewhere I can go to collect all of the SMBIOS? Also, would that affect USB? I set the renaming as you requested, this did not have any effect. More things I tried: 1. It was suggested to install UsbInjectAll.kext to the OS and make the 2 rename suggestions you told me to do. 2. I also tried the Mojave USB patches 1, 2 and 3 for 10.14.4 (this didn't work either). I wish there was someone on here with my exact Latitude E6530 that has 10.14.4 working. I could only get my setup working from someone's E6230 EFI. Right now, sound, 1 usb and HDMI/graphics work, so I can't complain too much. If you have anymore ideas let me know.
  6. Thank you! I will do all of this and get back to you in a few hours with success/fail.
  7. Sorry, I named the file incorrectly. It's the same file, just couldn't delete it from the post and upload or rename it without a file size error. Here's the EFI folder zip renamed to the correct model. E6530-EFI-Mojave-10_14.4.zip
  8. @Jake Lo @Hervé Hey guys. I have been diligently searching the forums to get my E6530 booted up with Mojave 10.14.4. I am currently logged in to Mojave, with... - Sound (VoodooHDA / Layout-ID 12), - HDMI (1080p), - HD4000 Integrated Graphics, - 16GB Ram, - 2 TB HDD (not SSD). - Messages works (natively with my iPhone X). - No freezes at all, everything is smooth. - Graphics are great, plays 1080p nicely! - Sound is great too. What I need help with: - [big problem, I need more USB ports] Only 1 USB port works (back left diagonal). - I need help with Left USB (no power, no recognition) - I need help with Right USB (has power for iPad, but not detected) - [not important] Internal WiFi card not recognized (to be expected, probably an Intel card, not supported?) - I replaced with an external WiFi card I had laying around. I figure you guys have dealt with this already. Attaching my current EFI folder. I just want to thank you guys for working so hard for us E6530-EFI-Mojave-10_14.4.zip E6350-EFI-10_14.4.zip
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