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  1. Turns out my LCD died, that's why there is no image. I am replacing it and will do a brand new installation with the correct bootpack.
  2. OK. The question now is how to unbrick the laptop?
  3. Yes. I used Jake Lo's guide. I used E6420_HD3000_A23 bootpack and DSDT for high res. My BIOS version was A26.
  4. I used the SSDT that was in the bootpack. The about this Mac was showing only the Intel HD3000.
  5. Hi everyone, I have a really wired problem with my Latitude E6420. I was able to install High Sierra on it as per the guide and bootpacks offered here. The system has Optimus - NVIDIA NVS4200 and Intel HD3000. The installation was using Intel graphics. Everything was working great until the system went to sleep in High Sierra. The power button was pulsating, which was ok, indicating that the system is in sleep mode. I pressed the power button and the system started to wake up - the hdd light was flashing and I could see the backlight of the LCD, but nothing was showing up on the screen. I waited a little more to see if anything will show - but nothing. Then I pressed the power button to turn off the system. It did, but after starting it up again there was nothing on the screen - no image whatsoever. No DELL logo, no BIOS - nothing. Is it possible that High Sierra has done something? Wrote something bad in the BIOS or whatever? Can somebody help with this problem? Any ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Best regards.
  6. Hi, @OSX64, I am trying to install High Sierra using the Orlarila build but I can't get the installer to work. Can you share how did you do it? Thanks in advance.
  7. Jake Lo, is this a vanilla installation? I want to have an installation which is as close as possible to a real mac.
  8. Hi all, Can someone help me create a proper config.plist for LATITUDE E5450? Here are the specs: CPU: Core i7 – 5600U @ 2.6 GHz RAM: 16 GB DDR3 HDD: 256 SSD GB Display: 14 inch Res: 1920×1080 Video: Intel HD5500 Other: Camera; HDMI; USB 3.0;
  9. I'm looking for the Lion bootpack for D520. It's not on the bootpack download page. Where can I get it from? Best regards, Djuby
  10. Thank you. It makes sense not to pursue this idea any further. Best regards, Djuby
  11. Hi all, I need some assistance in getting OSX installed on Dell Vostro 1220. I know there is no bootpack available for that specific model. I tried myHack vanilla way but so far no luck. Chipset is Intel GM45 with integrated video. I'm not sure if Mavericks will work on that hardware, so Mountain Lion will be fine too. I will support any help available and will try any suggestions. Thank you in advance. Best regards, Djuby
  12. With -v -f flags it gets stuck on "Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)]/System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleHDAHardwareConfigDriver.kext/Contents/Info.plist] 14352 bytes." Djuby
  13. Yes, I've tried it, but can't boot after the installation.
  14. Hi, Here are the specs: CPU: 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7-3517U processor (4M Cache, up to 3.0 GHz) Chipset: Intel HM77 Express RAM: 8GB8 DDR3 SDRAM at 1600MHz Video: Intel HD 4000 with discrete NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 630M with 1GB GDDR5 VRAM Audio: Intel High Definition Audio with Waves MaxxAudio4 Wireless: Intel© Centrino© Advanced-N 6235 & Bluetooth 4.0 LAN: 1Gb/s Realtek Let me know if you need anything more. Best regards, Djuby
  15. Hi all, I've been trying to install OS X ML on a Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook with almost no luck so far, though the XPS 14 Ultrabook is almost identical to Mac Book Pro in terms of hardware. In theory a plain vanilla installation (myHack) should work out of the box, but again, no luck. Is there an EDP and/or a bootpack for that XPS model or any other way to get OS X ML working on that laptop. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Best regards, Djuby
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