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  1. I have just received my DW1820a. On swapping the card, Windows detected it and it works flawlessly. But Mojave as well as Catalina Beta is having issues. There's no WiFi or Bluetooth. I'm trying to boot using brcmfx-driver=1 but no success. I have attached the debug file. debug_23393.zip
  2. Hi- Two more issues with the Dell Latitude E6230 Mojave installation - 1)The Wifi adapter ie DW1510 is not working consistently. Wifi Icon appears on the top however I'm unable to turn it on and always stays off. 2) Unplugging USB device is sometimes causing an error - "USB Accessories Disabled" error screenshot attached. Could you kindly help, please?
  3. Hello Hervé, Thanks to your guide for Dell E6230 Mojave - I was able to successfully install Mojave in a very straightforward manner. However, I've got 2 issues as listed below and hoping you could guide me in fixing it, please? 1) I'm just unable to get the stock Bluetooth working and there are no kext files for the same in your bootpack for Mojave. 2) Left USB i.e eSATA port is no longer detecting and devices connected to it. You've mentioned about an Hackintool in the description but again the boot pack doesn't have the USBports.kext? any help from you end would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
  4. Heys guys I just updated my system to macOS Catalina Beta. Before that I updated my kexts but is now stuck due to panic. I have attached the output of verbose and debug=0x100
  5. Hello guys, I am currently running macOS Mojave 10.14.6 on my Dell Latitude 5580. Its starting to get a bit slow so I attempted to boot into recovery mode and restore Time Machine backup. To my dismay my recovery partition isn’t booting up. It is shown in the Clover Menu but every time a panic results and the system restarts. I can however boot to macOS perfectly. Kindly someone point out the possible issue? P.S. I had the hackintosh bootable USB at the disposal but I just want the recovery partition to work right from the HDD.
  6. The questions says it all. I have set up mojave 10.14.5 How I can enable brightness control via functions keys. Its irritating that you have to go to System Pref>Display every time to change it. Debug files are attached. debug_3170.zip
  7. Hi, im very want to install macOS on Dell Latitude E7450. Im very confused to install macOS on it, im bored with windows and linux. I will be very happy if anyone can teach me to install it. My specification is: - Intel Core i5 5th Gen - Intel HD5500 Graphics - 4 GB RAM
  8. Hi, everyone ! Unfortunately, I no longer have macOS Sierra installed in my Dell Latitude E6230(i5-3340m, 1366x768). I was trying to set-up a pendrive using a virtual machine in VMware, but i can't see the hidden file BaseSystem.dmg from InstallESD.dmg. I can see all the hidden files from my system, but the ones in the dmg file don't show up. I guess this is happening because I'm running it in VM. Can anyone share the hidden BaseSystem files? I'm not currently having access to any MacBook.
  9. This is for the model E6420 with the Intel 3000 Graphics Card, could someone who uses the Nvidia version please post their findings on it. Thank you all. Although this guide is made for the i3-quad core, 8GB RAM, v3 ALPS, it has been extended to other types, just read through the thread. Credits @Jake Lo - DSDT patches for HDMI audio, AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB Patching for VGA and HDMI video output, the boot pack, Patching AppleHDA and finding the HDAEnabler trick in chameleon for audio, a lot of help with just about everything @Stork - Starting the research thread and figuring out the original stuff back on Lion (: @Bronxteck - User Support @RehabMan @BpedMan @sontrg @Yeahoon and myself - Work on the VoodooPS2 Project for ALPS, its come a long way and is still in development here: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/2545-new-touchpad-driver-for-e6520-alps/ @All - Debuging and helping out, without all of us, we wouldn’t be this far Myself (: - VoodooSDHC, Writing the guide, getting Deep Sleep Working 1. (Optional) Install alternative Wifi Card if you have Intel card 2. On a Mac or Hackintosh, download Mavericks from the Mac App Store, DO NOT INSTALL!!! 3. Extract the E6420.zip onto the desktop 4. Download the most recent MyHack and open and drag it to Applications, enter your sudo password, select “Create OS X 5. Installerâ€, then choose “Create OS X 10.9 Install Diskâ€, choose the USB drive you wish to use. 6. Rerun myHack and choose install extra, choose Extra, wait for all processes to finish 7. Reopen myHack and run myFix (quick) on your usb drive. 8. Push F2 during BIOS to enter setup, change SATA to AHCI, change fast boot to on, enable USB boot, apply and exit 9. Plug in your MyHack USB and push F12 at BIOS and select USB 10. Click continue on the first screen then Utilities ==> Disk Utility ==> Pick the highest level of your Hard Disk and got to the “Erase†tab and choose “Mac OS X Extended Journaled†and click “options†and select “Guid Partition Table†then click erase 11. Continue the installer, select yes to all options 12. After it installs click restart 13. Boot to the USB again and this time select “Mac OS X†14. Follow Setup Assistant 15. When you get to the desktop, Extract the E6420.zip 16. Now run the EDP installer from the Installers folder 17. Install necessary add ons to OS X that EDP asks for 18. Install Chameleon 2.2 (In installers) 19. Use Mac AppStore to update to 10.9.2 (or 10.9.4/5 if you want) (a must for audio to work) 20. (Recommended) Run the FakeSMC installer in the Installers folder 21. Open the VoodooPS2 Terminal.text and copy its contents into terminal and hit enter, then copy the VoodooPS2Daemon to /usr/bin 22. Open my Hack and run MyFix (Full), reboot. 23. (Optional) There are many programs in the “Installers†folder, you can install these programs if you want to, they helped me out immensely. 24. iGlasses app in the zip file get PhotoBooth Working 25.For Multitouch Gestures go to System Preferences ==> Keyboard ==> Shortcuts ==> Mission Control ==> Now chose the action you want (i.e. show dashboard) and click in the shortcut box, and do the gesture you want (it will show some weird keys, ignore it). 26. For Proper Keyboard, go to System Preferences ==> Keyboard ==> Modifier Keys ==> change Command Key to Option Key, and Option key to Command Key. 27. If you experience shutdown\restart issues, open your org.chameleon.boot.plist in textedit and change use kernel cache to no. 28. To get iCloud and Find my Mac working, download recoveryhd updater from osx86 (can't post link due to their download limits) and run it, reboot, check the icloud check boxes in system prefs. I will let you decide here... you can either have SD card functionality or Deep Sleep (normal sleep works either way), due to a conflict with the VoodooSDHC.kext in the attached extra folder, to get SD card reader working, just copy attached VoodooSDHC.kext to /Extra/Extensions and run myFix (quick) Congrats! Not Working Finger Print Reader (No clue how to fix… help would be appreciated) Headphone Jack (Temporary due to 10.9.2 breaking AppleHDA patches, will be fixed soon) This was caused on my model by a loose screw above the hard drive screws. Working Wifi (Athertos AR9281, recognized as native Airport Extreme oob, if you want one, the ebay auction is linked in my signature) Sleep Keyboard USB Bluetooth App Store and iMessage Screen Brightness Battery Percentage Boots Flag-Less (We are lucky) Display and Screen Resolution Audio Audio buttons and audio control HDMI (Auto Detection works!) QE/CI Network Switch Docking Port eSata Deep Sleep Free Fall Data (Can’t turn off) Smart Card Reader Express Card Reader Most Multitouch Gestures (3 and 4 fingers work) Webcam (Photo Booth as well) All Apple Logins (iMessage, etc.) VGA output (No Auto-detection) Find my Mac and iCloud Conflicts/Choices SD Card Reader (Use of the VoodooSDHC kext causes deep sleep to fail entirely, and after normal sleep, the reader refuses to mount cards) Installers.zip Extra.zip VoodooSDHC.kext.zip
  10. Hello everyone! I keep on reading to get my latitude work. Thanks to this site! Everything is fine except the NVS 3100m i cannot hook a projector an another monitor via VGA or Displayport then i found out this. is there a work around? or can point me to the right spot? thanks
  11. Hello everyone, I just installed OS X Mavericks on my latitude e6400 with myhack. I tried to install a graphics kext for my intel gm45 graphics, and in the guide, it told me to replace my boot.plist. I replaced it with the one provided, but when I rebooted, it said that it was late by xxxxx seconds, and I had to use forcewake=Y to override. I entered in this boot flag, but after a second, my computer just restarted and came back to the charms lion boot screen. I don't have access to a Mac anymore to create an installer to reinstall, so what should I do? Thank you in advance! Latitude e6400 specs: 2.27GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4GB RAM Intel GM45 Graphics BIOS VERSION A34
  12. My system has been getting finicky; freezes during startup (fsck) and shutdown sometimes... nothing to do but hard shutdown and try again, which has always worked. (So far.) But after running disk utilitiy, the verify permissions came back with a ton of errors. Should I repair them all or will this mess up my install? Just being prudent, and I'm new at this so be kind. Thanks for your input, too.
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