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golosin2 last won the day on October 24 2019

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  1. I did not update anything, as it is working fine for me.
  2. No idea, sorry. If you boot in verbose mode, what message do you see?
  3. it is working for me, with a DW1560 card. Do you use the stock one or have you installed a Broadcom?
  4. Here you are! https://www.dropbox.com/s/39m05nmzx4qe1p3/ EFI Working OCT19.zip?dl=0 Let me know if it works.
  5. Here you are: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1i0v_aY23VgCWYTKsCOR0gZeIe1Cn6fz_ I have the factory SSD, I changed nothing on the BIOS, as I remember and I did not update the BIOS.
  6. I have the same laptop and used the manual Hervé linked, everything worked perfectly, except the trackpad buttons.
  7. Magically, It worked again. I tocuched nothing, but now it works afters some restarts...
  8. Hi again, I updated to 10.14.5 and trackpad stoped working. Does your system work?
  9. You got them from me The thing is that there is some lag with the Dell trackpad, but not with the Magic Trackpad. I tried your 7490 guide, but I get a KP when booting.
  10. Hi all, I have a 5490 with a working trackpad (no physical buttons though). There is a small lag on the trackpad movement, so for certain movements it is not exact. On the other hand, I normally use a Magic Trackpad, which works perfectly, with no lag at all. Why hey this happens and how can I correct it? Thanks in advance.
  11. Fingers crossed! Hope you succeed on that and trackpad will finally work as it should. I will keep refreshing your 7490 thread in case you add it there.
  12. Not in my case, I am afraid. Trackpad works worse than before... It only moves about 1cm before stopping, so have to lift the finger from the trackpad and move it again. Is there anything can be done?
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