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  1. Instead of Voodoo, try the ApplePS2 kext that is also in Jake's EFI. You will need to disable Voodoo in the config.plist and add in entries for ApplePS2. Don't forget to add an entry for AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext.
  2. Herve, Thanks for the update. I do like the convenience of all the peripherals connected via the dock. However, with the e7270 there is plenty of room behind the laptop when it is connected in the PR02X/3X. So I have ended up using the DP on the dock connected to one monitor (con2) together with an HDMI cable from the 2nd monitor directly connected to the laptop while still in the dock (con1). It's a compromise that minimizes the number of cables that need to be disconnected/reconnected when I move away from the desk.
  3. I was referring to the example in dortania's OpenCore guide for the IvyBridge Laptop config.plist, where he adds 0304 and 0406 entries to the "alldata" entry for 0205 for framebuffer 04006601. Unfortunately I had no luck with either method you suggested (adding con3 to 0x19160000 or booting with 0x193B0005). Either way, I could only get the 2nd DVI port to act as a mirror of the first. For either attempt Hackintool also reported only the two external connectors - con1 and con2, never a con3. So I will try your other suggestion and see if I can scrounge up a monitor that still has a VGA port.
  4. Right, then starting with those files, including the Intel wifi kexts and modified config.plist, you can follow the procedure here to update the EFI from 0.6.8 to 0.6.9.
  5. You can try using the EFI from Jake Lo's guide (0.6.8) along with the intel wifi kexts from this post.
  6. I am attempting to patch the Whatevergreen Framebuffer for my E7270 (Skylake, 0x19160000) in BigSur/Opencore to support both DVI connectors on the E-port plus PR02X dock. I have tried to follow Herve's example for the same dock, but his post is for Haswell under HighSierra/Clover. The default for this Framebuffer has the internal display as con0 on busID 00, a DP connector as con1 on busID 05, and a DP connector as con2 on busID 04. Jake Lo's config.plist for the e7270 changes the display type from DP to HDMI for con1, enabling the HDMI connector on the laptop itself. The problem is that either DP on the dock shows up as busID 04; plugging DP monitors into both dock ports will not get two separate displays, only one display that is mirrored. As Herve did in his post, I tried adding an additional port/busID (0306) to both con1 (results in kernel panic) or con2 (nothing happens). I tried changing con1 back to DP, but that still did not enable the 2nd dock DP as a separate display. Has anyone been successful in enabling both dock DP ports as separate displays under OpenCore?
  7. All, I see this question raised a lot in various OSXL forums, so I thought I would add my experience. I just successfully set up my Latitude E7270 to dual boot Windows 10 and Big Sur partitions on the same drive under OpenCore 0.68. The original guide is from a post on reddit (Credit: u/junkieslip_6). Then, there is a very good you tube video that walks you through the steps from that guide. Two important notes: -It took me a few tries in Disk Utility to make sure I had a separate NTFS partition for Windows, and not another Volume in the same APFS container for MacOS -I needed to make my Windows 10 install USB using Rufus on a Windows 10 machine (neither Win 7 nor Linux/gparted worked for me) ...well three important notes: -there is a typo in the text instructions under the video on the you tube pages: "partition efi size=100" should be "create partition efi size=100" Hope this helps-
  8. Sorry - my mistake. I misread the BIOS version; my E6340 is at A24. Could using MBP11,1 instead of an ivy bridge ID may be causing the boot-to-sleep issue? If I revert to 10,2, do I need to generate new serial numbers/UUID's etc in order for Messages to work?
  9. Specs: BIOS: ver A22 CPU: i5-3340M @ 2.7 GHz RAM: 6BG 1600MHz DDR3 Graphics: HD 4000 1366x768 Catalina 10.15.7 Attached is the EFI. The SSDT-PM.aml comes from running ssdtPRGen.sh on this laptop. However, the config uses MacBookPro11,1 as that was what Jake Lo had used in his config.plist (presumably for Big Sur compatibility). That generates a mis-match warning when ssdtPRGen.sh is run, but the script still generates the aml file. EFI.zip
  10. My E6430 runs Catalina 10.15.7 on OC 0.6.3. The built-in display goes dark following the apple logo on boot, and eventually the machine goes to sleep. Once I wake it from sleep by pressing the power button, everything seems to work fine. I have tried both the E6430 low-res DSDT posted here by Jake Lo as well as the one posted by Herve in this thread. Both give the same results. I have found that if I boot in the dock (Dell port replicator) with an external display connected, the machine boots fine and the display stays on.
  11. An update - I did the Hackintool/USBInjectAll.kext thing to generate a new USBPorts.kext as well as the SSDT-UIAC.aml and SSDT-EC-USBX.aml. I removed what you had and installed those into OC/Kexts and config.plist. Unfortunately, that didn't help. However, I found others with the same "sleep wake failure" issue fixed the problem by disabling the serial port in the BIOS. This seems to be working for my E6430 as well. Hope this helps anyone else who runs into this issue-
  12. OK - I tried that, and reset NVRAM. Unfortunately the issue persists. Should I try and create my own USBPorts.kext using Hackintool with the laptop in the dock and use that to replace USBInjectAll.kext?
  13. I am using Jake Lo's OpenCore 0.6.3 EFI for my E7270, plus the ssdt.aml that I generated for this machine and added to /EFI/OC/ACPI as SSDT-PM.aml. Whenever I dock or remove the laptop from the dock, it reboots, with the following "System Sleep Wake Problem Report": Sleep Wake failure in EFI Failure code:: 0xffffffff 0x0000001f Please IGNORE the below stackshot ================================================================ Date/Time: 2020-12-06 22:13:57 -0800 OS Version: ??? ??? (Build ???) Architecture: x86_64 Report Version: 29 Data Source: Stackshots Shared Cache: 0xa638000 FEAD5445-3395-35A9-8514-928F530B3939 Event: Sleep Wake Failure Duration: 0.00s Steps: 1 Boot args: darkwake=0 keepsyms=1 debug=0x100 -v Time Awake Since Boot: 15s Process: swd [243] Architecture: x86_64 Footprint: 400 KB Start time: 2020-12-06 22:13:57 -0800 End time: 2020-12-06 22:13:57 -0800 Num samples: 1 (1) Thread 0x706 1 sample (1) priority 4 (base 4) <thread QoS background (requested background), thread darwinbg, process darwinbg, IO tier 2> 1 start + 1 (libdyld.dylib + 109769) [0x7fff7181bcc9] 1 1 ??? [0x10b582454] 1 1 ??? [0x10b5821dd] 1 1 __stack_snapshot_with_config + 10 (libsystem_kernel.dylib + 135862) [0x7fff7197d2b6] 1 *1 ??? [0xffffff80002c1206] 1 *1 ??? [0xffffff8000984c37] 1 *1 ??? [0xffffff800089d7c1] 1 *1 ??? [0xffffff80002e49e7] (running) 1 Binary Images: 0x7fff71801000 - 0x7fff71837fff libdyld.dylib (750.6) <789A18C2-8AC7-3C88-813D-CD674376585D> /usr/lib/system/libdyld.dylib 0x7fff7195c000 - 0x7fff71988fff libsystem_kernel.dylib (6153.141.1) <2B6311E6-6240-3EF7-8C87-475B66F7452C> /usr/lib/system/libsystem_kernel.dylib Model: MacBookPro13,1, BootROM 429.40.5.0.0, 2 processors, Dual-Core Intel Core i5, 2.5 GHz, 16 GB, SMC 2.36f101 Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 520, Intel HD Graphics 520, spdisplays_builtin Memory Module: BANK 0/DIMM A, 8 GB, DDR4, 2133 MHz, Micron, 16ATF1G64HZ-2G1B1 Memory Module: BANK 2/DIMM B, 8 GB, DDR4, 2133 MHz, 1315, CT8G4SFS824A.M8FE AirPort: spairport_wireless_card_type_airport_extreme (0x14E4, 0x117), Broadcom BCM43xx 1.0 (7.77.111.1 AirPortDriverBrcmNIC-1615.1) Bluetooth: Version 7.0.6f7, 3 services, 27 devices, 1 incoming serial ports Network Service: Wi-Fi, AirPort, en3 Serial ATA Device: SanDisk SD8SN8U-256G-1006, 256.06 GB USB Device: USB 3.0 Bus USB Device: BRCM20702 Hub USB Device: Bluetooth USB Host Controller USB Device: Integrated_Webcam_HD Thunderbolt Bus: This issue only started with open core 0.6.3. I've attached my EFI folder. Has anyone else had problems with E7270 and the dock? EFI.zip
  14. Thanks to Herve's physical description I was able to identify the tiny DW380 module in my e6230. Based on a post elsewhere, I had been mislead into believing that the BCM20702A0 that was showing up in IOReg Explorer was actually a part of the BCM94322HM8L card. I should have known to come here first - you guys have knowledge of these laptops that is unparalleled anywhere else...
  15. I have the same exact DW1510 (BCM94322HM8L) in my e6230 and e6430. Both are running Catalina under OpenCore. For some reason, the bluetooth module shows up on an internal USB port in the e6230, and Bluetooth works provided that port is enabled in my USBPorts.kext. But I cannot get it to show up in the e6430, even when I boot with USBInjectAll.kext and apply the port limit patch in OC. I have even swapped cards between the two laptops just to make sure one wasn't bad. Wifi works on both laptops. Is there some fundamental hardware difference that would prevent the bluetooth module from accessing internal USB in the e6430?
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