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  1. Going to try Hackintool. It was completely stable again until I rebooted it again, where it would hang on boot and I have to disable the wireless card again to boot. It's so finicky. Just feels like it boots sometimes because it feels like it. There's no rhyme or reason to it.
  2. Don't want to speak too soon, but it appears I have fixed it by copying BRCM kexts from the Latitude boot pack to Library/Extensions. I thought I had done that, but perhaps I hadn't, and this might have fixed my issue. I appreciate the help, I will edit later to confirm if this solved my issue.
  3. I have another, part # CN-08PKF4, which I've tried, and it does the same thing, it hangs on boot. I don't believe it's an issue with the cards, but perhaps something I did wrong with the injection, but the injection did work initially, and the ASPM disabling fixed it for a while until it crashed. Could it be some other kext or Airport patching issue? I suppose I'll look into the pin masking method.
  4. I just opened it up to verify again, and I have: part # CN-0VW3T3. I followed the guide by injecting properties through Clover Configurator and it was working for some time. I eventually had to disable it as it would eventually crash. Disabling ASPM appeared to make it stable, but then it shut down randomly and it hangs on boot if my wireless is enabled in BIOS now.
  5. I apologize, I misspoke. I have a "DW1820A 802.11ac BT4.1 867Mbps M.2/NGFF WiFi Wireless Card BCM94352Z" as per my eBay order. The DW1820A is supported; right?
  6. Edit: I have a DW1820A. -- I followed the guide and everything was working fine with the ASPM patch, but upon rebooting, it hangs on boot, and the only way I can get back into OSX is to disable my wireless in BIOS and go without again. I don't really understand what happened, as it was quite stable after the ASPM patch. Any help would be appreciated.
  7. That appears to have worked. I still have post-install to complete, but I really appreciate the help!
  8. I thought I had that enabled, but I will give it a try. Thanks for the replies and help, by the way! I'll report back.
  9. I used the Exx50 bootpack for HD5500 and that's what's giving me the garbled screen on install.
  10. So, I've followed this guide to install Mojave fresh on my E7450: My system is slightly different than Jake's, it being the I5-5300U and running the touchscreen display (not expecting that touch will work in OSX, mind you.) But when I try to install it, it loads into Disk Utility with a completely garbled screen. It's unreadable. Oddly enough, I was able to install Mojave using a different Mojave boot drive, but the keyboard and mouse didn't work, and the HD5500 apparently wasn't working right. It also wasn't seeing my computer as a laptop, but as some kind of desktop. For the most part it worked, though it was a bit laggy due to the graphics card not working right. I've since messed up that installation, but could do it the same way again I imagine. Still, I would like to have the bootpack work for me. Any help would be appreciated.
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