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About Thumbkin83

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  1. It seems I am back to opencore. I managed to get a triple boot (Windows 10, Arch Linux & Mac Os Big sur) going quite easy, but I still dont have a working touch. I followed https://voodooi2c.github.io/#GPIO Pinning/GPIO Pinning but I dont understand how to create the patch in the end? Do i have to modify the DSDT itself? Since with opencore the DSDT is used from system, I dont have option to add "custom" one Name (SBFG, ResourceTemplate () { GpioInt (Level, ActiveLow, ExclusiveAndWake, PullDefault, 0x0000, "\\_SB.PCI0.GPI0", 0x00, ResourceConsumer, ,
  2. I have no intention on moving to Big Sur at the moment. Catalina will do nicely, like it did in opencore
  3. Thx I will give it a try after I merged to clover. I feel/hope that Clover will give a better compability as well. I need dual boot with windows and maybe Linux as well so that is easier to manage with clover.
  4. Sadly the problem still persists Also connection an external monitor to use does not seem to work yet. The external monitor detects being connected to hmdi port but it doenst show in macos
  5. I used https://github.com/UdaraWanasinghe/Asus-UX461UA-OpenCore-EFI now to get view of kexts & patches needed since its about 99% same hardware as my laptop (except for wifi) but its still the same. Keyboard is working fine and touchscreen but not the trackpad/touchpad
  6. Can somebody give me some hints how to patch SSDT-GPI0 to make my own? When ever I open my DSDT.dsl in maciasl and i paste the code to create the patch for SSDT_GPI0 the "apply" button stays grey. Does this mean it does not need patching? When i do kextstat in macos terminal it does say VoodooI2C is loaded.
  7. Hi I managed to install catalina (10.15.7) on my dell E5590 using opencore but I can not seem to get the touchpad working (pointer doesnt more or register clicks) An external mouse on USB is working for now. Every other thing (wifi, BT, sound, ...) is working just fine atm I already tried the following: Move VoodooPS2controller to /S/L/E Use VoodooPS2Mouse & Touchpad with VoodooInput Use VoodooI2C Use a patched SSDT-I2C The screen of the laptop is touchscreen and that works with moving over it. Does any1 have any id
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