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  1. in your specs above you mention you have Storage Type: M.2 SSD... can you click on the controladoras de almacenamiento its the one below the sata you have selected.
  2. did you try the whatevergreen boot flag -igfxsklaskbl https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGreen
  3. make sure that the icons are of the proper type and they are named the same way as the one's that are displaying.
  4. add the path to your efi folder to the machines bios boot menu set it as default boot path.
  5. skylake GPU support has been dropped in ventura. you will need to add the old framebuffers from a previous OS as ventura only supports kaby lake and up. you can try using ventura kaby lake of coffee lake framebuffers but i am not sure how well that will go.
  6. it might be an issue with your bios version. try updating it to latest from dell support site.
  7. https://github.com/Cememer/VMwareOpenCore https://github.com/paolo-projects/unlocker Maybe try those
  8. what bootloader are you using and is it updated? OC has fixed some issues with filevault over the revisions
  9. "OCS: No schema for AllowNvramReset at 0 index, context <Security> !" "OCS: No schema for AllowToggleSip at 2 index, context <Security> ! " this means you need to remove the entries from your config file. the version of OC you are using no longer needs those values. or they have been moved to another location in the config or renamed. so in the security part of config you can locate both AllowNvramReset and AllowToggleSip
  10. https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/troubleshooting/extended/userspace-issues.html#stuck-on-your-mac-needs-a-firmware-update-in-order-to-install-to-this-volume
  11. if the kext have the same name from the previous config entry then no you do not have to change anything in config. if you are adding new kext or removing unused kext's then yes config has to be edited to reflect the new changes
  12. he mentions V8 has support a few posts up so maybe there is a setting you need to modify in the kext.
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