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  1. Hervé

    Need Help making Modem DW5811e work on Mojave

    As advised before, please post about this in our dedicated WWAN section...
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    DW5809e: how can i use the WWAN?

    @zbask, please post in the relevant thread or start a new one. This specific thread was for the DW5809e so you're off-topic. Guys, please exercise common sense and a little discipline on our forum. it's difficult enough to keep it clean.
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    [SOLVED] E6540 sound in Mojave (AppleALC)

    No need to copy that file, no.
  4. 1st of all, let me state that antennas connection bear no relation whatsoever to hardware detection. This being cleared out of the way, did you check if your DSDT would not already inject properies for a totally different wireless card? Very common, especially as one re-uses existing files from another installation. 'been there myself too in the past.
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    ASUS K55Vm - Help with High Sierra Install

    Afaik, you either live with it or you opt for a different wireless card of Apple origin. Eg: Apple's own Broadcom BCM94360CD or related. These support all features 100% and OOB.
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    ASUS K55Vm - Help with High Sierra Install

    These features frequently fail to work well or even at all with non-Apple hardware.
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    DW5809e: how can i use the WWAN?

    You're off-topic. DW5811e = Sierra Wireless EM7455 (Qualcomm chipset), it's written on it... -> Follow the instructions posted in existing Qualcomm EM7455 thread:
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    ASUS K55Vm - Help with High Sierra Install

    Don't duplicate kexts; if you must copy them anywhere, stick to /L/E. Don't go off scale in desperation. Obviously, the patched DSDT goes to the patched folder, unzipped as "DSDT.aml". If the DSDT device id injection does not work, try to add your card id 14e4:43b1 in the Broadcom kext. What SMBIOS do you use by the way? Everything is explained in this thread.
  9. It's HD4600 graphics (4th gen Haswell Intel graphics), not HD4000 (3rd gen Ivy Bridge Intel graphics). Are you attempting installation in BIOS legacy mode of UEFI mode?
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    ASUS K55Vm - Help with High Sierra Install

    Ok, try this revised DSDT: DSDT2.aml.zip
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    ASUS K55Vm - Help with High Sierra Install

    The "compatible" statement does not change the device id of the card it relates to; it only declares the card compatible with a model that is natively supported, i.e. it allows to load the relevant driver/kext for it. Bottom line is: do you now have wireless working or not?
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    Could this run macOS?

    Rami's gone; won't reply. I guess I'm overdue for an update of my E6440 guide. Outside sheer laziness, one of the reasons for not doing it was that I used a hybrid method to install High Sierra and retained that hybrid method for updates. By hybrid, I mean that, since Enoch did not support High Sierra installation and/or updates, I use Clover for initial installation and all subsequent updates. But for regular use, I still boot and run High Sierra with Enoch.
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    ASUS K55Vm - Help with High Sierra Install

    It would have been useful to remember that in the fist place! You would have saved yourself some time... For your AW-CE123H, just follow the instructions at the end of my previous post. You may also cleanup your kexts folder and remove all those related to Atheros hardware. If you also update to the latest Lilu + WhateverGreen + AppleALC, you should no longer need those old Shiki + IntelGraphicsFixup kexts that are now outdated.
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    ASUS K55Vm - Help with High Sierra Install

    @ManiaKsLV, can you please confirm what wireless card is currently fitted in your laptop? Reason I ask is because, on looking at your DSDT, I could not help but notice the following DSM method under device WLAN which basically injects properties of an Atheros AR9285 card! So... Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized) // _DSM: Device-Specific Method { If (LEqual (Arg2, Zero)) { Return (Buffer (One) { 0x03 }) } Return (Package (0x0E) { "device-id", Buffer (0x04) { 0x30, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 }, "name", "pci168c,30", "AAPL,slot-name", Buffer (0x08) { "AirPort" }, "device_type", Buffer (0x08) { "AirPort" }, "model", Buffer (0x33) { "Atheros 9285 802.11 b/g/n Wireless Network Adapter" }, "subsystem-id", Buffer (0x04) { 0x8F, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 }, "subsystem-vendor-id", Buffer (0x04) { 0x6B, 0x10, 0x00, 0x00 } }) } If you wish to inject properties for the AzureWave AW-CE123H, the above has to be replaced! By something like the following... Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized) // _DSM: Device-Specific Method { If (LEqual (Arg2, Zero)) { Return (Buffer (One) { 0x03 }) } Return (Package () { "compatible", Buffer () { "pci14e4,43a0" }, "model", Buffer () { "AzureWave AW-CE123H 802.11b/g/n/ac Wireless" } }) } Faking Broadcom device 14e4:43a0 whilst retaining your current Atheros properties injection will not work... Remove the Clover faking and try the DSDT attached below. DSDT.zip
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    Latitude E5550 DW1560 recognition issues

    DW1820A is "just" subject to whitelisting and that particular aspect was not clear before... It's not different that a DW1520 in that respect and the necessary patch or workaround is known.
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