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Mihari Oyama

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  1. Let's try this new config.plist ... I have removed all UHD and audio patches, but you need to fill PlatformInfo again... config.zip
  2. nah I often change BIOS setting like this, make sure you restore settings first:
  3. I have the latest one: 1.24.0 You might try to update your BIOS via this: https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-vn/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=x8wfj&oscode=wt64a&productcode=latitude-14-7410-2-in-1-laptop and try replace my new config. Is your laptop is 2-in-1 version? config.plist.zip
  4. I have the same machine but my machine is i5-10310U. Could you try my EFI? You might replace your SMBIOS with MacBookPro16,3. And the other problem is, I used BCM94360CS2 (From MacBook and I needed to modify my barbone to fit it) for this machine but audio via Bluetooth sometimes is stuttering. EFI.zip
  5. Dell Latitude 5500 with OpenCore Bootloader Computer specs: CPU: Intel Core i5-8265U (1.6GHz, Whiskey Lake) Integrated GPU: Intel UHD Graphics 620 Dedicated GPU: AMD Radeon 540/540X/640/WX2100 Memory: 16G DDR4 Hynix (8G per slot) Wireless: Dell Wireless 1820A - 08PKF4 Working: CPU Power Management, ACPI State GPU Accelerator (AMD is not supported) and iGPU Output Display (HDMI, DisplayPort via Type-C) Ethernet: LAN, Wireless LAN, Bluetooth Audio: Internal Speaker/Microphone, Headphones Keyboard and trackpad USB Ports (3 Type-A and 1 Type-C) Not working: Pointing stick To do list: Touchscreen Thunderbolt 3 Adding support for pointing stick BIOS Setting Recommended: General: UEFI Boot Path Security: Never System Configuration: Integrated NIC: Enabled (Not Enabled w/PXE) SATA Operation: AHCI SMART Reporting: Enable SMART Reporting Miscellaneous Devices: Enable Camera, Enable Secure Digital Card MAC Address Pass-Through: Disabled Secure Boot: Secure Boot Enable: Disable Secure Boot Power Management: Lid Switch: Enable Lid Switch USB Wake Support: Disable Wake on Dell USB-C Dock Wake on LAN: Disabled Virtualization Support: Virtualization: Enable Intel Virtualization Technology VT for Direct I/O: Enable VT for Direct I/O Warning: Recommend update your BIOS to latest version. You must re-generate your own SMBIOS! Download: https://github.com/quynkk1/Dell5500-Hackintosh
  6. I thought it would never work. And I had sold this machine.
  7. I have my Gigabyte G5-KC installed macOS Ventura 13.5 and it's worked normally, but I have issue with my AC Adapter. Battery percentage still reported correctly, but when I plugged AC into laptop, battery status reported "Power Source: Battery" And I unplugged AC, battery status reported "Power Source: Battery" but percentage not reported correctly anymore, it freeze at level same as level when I plugged. For example, my battery shown 85%, then I plugged AC, battery logo still show "Power Source: Battery", and I unplugged AC, it freeze at 85% and no change. My DSDT: https://github.com/quynkk1/G5KC-Hackintosh/blob/main/Original/DSDT.aml
  8. I found that when I disabled all VoodooI2C's kext, its could touch but cannot move or 'click' mouse everywhere in screen. And when I restarted with VoodooI2C enable, only trackpad worked. Even though I added USB HID Patch in E7270 OC config, touchscreen still not happened.
  9. I have installed Ventura (13.4.1) on Latitude 7390 (not 2-in-1 version) and it worked well expected touchscreen. I already: - mapped USB - tried to patch TPL1 and TPD1 device in DSDT - used all VoodooI2C's kext relevant but all of them only make my trackpad worked, not touchscreen. There are images about SiW (Siliconworks) HID Touchscreen (It used USB protocol) and its IOReg: . This is my EFI: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1z4nqtrR6qPXd51w20Uobuuk4iaxg-hcW/view?usp=share_link All your help will be appriciated. Please help me this.
  10. Just a pre-built EFI for people who don't have much time and I just want to share with everyone
  11. I have built this EFI and I would confirm this will work on other Dell E5x70/7x70 Skylake based system. Specifically: E5450, E5570 (I owned this laptop and it worked well), E7270, E7470 Bootloader I used: OpenCore 0.8.2 with lastest kext. Link: https://github.com/quynkk1/e-series-skylake-hackintosh-dell
  12. I have Dell Inspiron 5448 with bootloader is OpenCore (0.7.9) and macOS Big Sur (11.6) installed. After adding VoodooI2C's kext, it shows this code (Image attached) for 5-10s and return back OC Picker. I have removed VoodooI2C but still nothing happen, tried to create clean EFI (just Lilu, WEG, itlwm, VoodooPS2 and used prebuilt SSDT from Dortania) but no success, so I decided to use Clover. Also, trackpad is not working in both OC and Clover, anyone can help me this? EFI (I attached both OC + Clover + DSDT): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Un38tLragGxW8UHZI1IWVZu-qvVmDw2M/view?usp=sharing
  13. How about this image? I found it when I was installing Windows. This laptop might have I2C Trackpad?
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