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  1. You probably need to setup NVRAM properly to retain those settings. If you use Clover, install the required module (EmuVariableUefi.efi) and the RC scripts. As far as I know, NVRAM won't work properly without the scripts.
  2. You have a kinda of hybrid configuration with conflicting settings: for instance AICPUPM patch + generated CPU-specific SSDT but also KernelPm patch and no dropping of CpuPm/Cpu0Ist SSDT tables. You need to chose which CPU power management method you want to use because it's either/or, not a mix of them.
  3. No support for Pascal cards beyond High Sierra so you'd have to run solely on the iGPU, if supported by Catalina.
  4. Make sure you use v2.2 of the kext. Previous versions were quite limited.
  5. The Catalina guide does say that the kexts included in the posted pack may be out of date and will require to be replaced by latest versions. Make sure you do that.
  6. Seems right enough. USB port limit patches basically means that: it removes the limit of 15 x USB ports and extends it to something like 24 if I'm not mistaken. Check the comments further to the right since you probably copied this from an existing config. Usually, that patch is not required on a laptop so it probably is of no use on your E5470.
  7. Updated for v1.15.1.
  8. @dmitryskakun, queries converted to a dedicated thread to avoid further polluting Biao77's Inspiron 5584 thread with somehow unrelated stuff. Then, please note that all SATA SSDs are natively supported in OS X/macOS, whatever format they use (M.2 or legacy 2.5" SATA). It's NVME, i.e. PCie SSDs that may cause issues. As such, there's is no need to ask about SATA SSDs. For NVM2 SSDs, Jake gave you a link. Do also search our forum before posting as you may find existing answers to your questions. For instance, consulting this thread would have answered your very 1st question and avoided you posting it...
  9. As suggested by @Jake Lo, here is a link to a MacRumors thread that provides a good list of tested and recommended SSDs that are compatible with macOS and therefore our Hackintoshes: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/upgrading-2013-2014-macbook-pro-ssd-to-m-2-nvme.2034976/
  10. Not like that, no; you'd need to post the full hardware specs and a dump of your ACPI tables. We can then try and build a Clover pack based for work previously done on such old and unsupported C2D laptop platforms. Also bear in mind that, as posted in my D630 guide, the method I had described for Catalina worked up to 10.15.3. It didn't work in 10.15.4 and, presumably, beyond. It's therefore highly likely you'd have to use dosdude1's patcher.
  11. It's got nothing to do with TrackPad; it's just plain & basic keyboard definition. We've got a few threads on the matter, look them up. You may also give Karabiner app a try. You know, experiment...
  12. Check if Ukelele contains a Logitech keyboard definition for a German keyboard. https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/2616-keyboard-mappings/?do=findComment&comment=19895 If it does, copy/paste the files into /Library/Keyboard Layouts folder. You'll then have a new German keyboard layout available to pick in your keyboard PrefPane.
  13. You could always run Hackintool app and regenerate the USB kext/SSDT table.
  14. We have full installation guides in the section carrying the same name, I suggest you start by looking at them. Given that you're totally new at Hackintoshing, I recommend you you also consult our FAQ section with regards to creating a bootable macOS USB installer. You should also consult our OS X/macOS section + Our Picks list for guidance regarding requirements. If you don't understand much at the present time, I must warn you that it's all very technical and may completely be over your head. Please note that we don't support distros here and that discussions or queries about them will be deleted without any notice. If you're looking for a quick and easy way to install and run macOS on your laptop like take a CD or DVD and off you go, pass your turn; it just does not work like that, you need to be technically skilled with computers and aware of their inner architecture/workings. Potentially, you have a huge amount of knowledge to acquire, something most of us took years to collect. It's not something anyone can explain or share in a few minutes or a few posts. Not trying to scare you away here but be totally honest with what awaits you. But if you're already computer-literate and technical enough, you'll get along.
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