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  1. OpenCore successfully boots to the installer but I cannot proceed with the installation because I need to format a volume to APFS. I have VoodooPS2Controller and USBInjectAll installed in the kexts os1 to xos1 patch. I have tried a few different kexts like the rehabman Alps, and the one given in the guide. I'm not sure if I should use I2c because the laptop is old. EFI(with logs).zip
  2. Hi folks. Last year I had an E5520 working with Sierra, today I managed ist to install and use 10.14.2 on a E5530 (i5 3220M). What is working? - WiFi, replaced origin Intel Card with an AR9285 based card (168c:002b) - the same I used in the E5520 - Ethernet, used "FakePCIID_BCM57XX_as_BCM57765.kext", just had to add my pciID in "info.plist" (14e4:1681) - Graphics, INTEL HD4000 fully accelerated, I think it is because of FakePCIID_Intel_HD - Sound, VoodooHDA - Keyboard, VoodooPS2 - SSD Trim (enabled it via "sudo trimforce enable")
  3. I have an DELL E5530 and as a newbie, i have (somehow) installed MAC OS Sierra 10.12.3 on my Notebook. Thereby I found on youtube a guide how to create a bootable USB Stick from windows (as I don't have a second MAC) and later I found somewhere in the web a better EFI folder which I have used to normally boot and install Sierra. I am using CLOVER and here my E5530 specifications: Intel i5-3230M CPU 8 GB RAM BIOS-Version A11 High Definition Audio-Device Intel® HD Graphics 4000 (1920x1080, Full HD) Broadcom NetXtreme-Gigabit-Ethernet Dell Wireless 1504 802.11b/g/n (2,4 GHz) Surely there are
  4. I have an E5530 running El Capitan. When it goes into sleep mode, I have found that I cannot get it to wake. While the power button light fades in and out to reflect that the machine is sleeping, if I press it, the unit just turns off altogether. Any ideas for how to remedy this, per chance? Thanks as always!
  5. Thanks to the guidance of some amazing forum members to the thread below, I was able to get El Capitan installed on my Latitude E5530. Link: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8592-solved-dell-latitude-e5530-el-capitan-success/ One thing I discovered is that the integrated webcam isn't recognized. Has anyone had success in getting this to work? When I had Yosemite on this same unit previously, the webcam was immediately available post-install. Any tips or tricks that worked for you for this?
  6. Have any of you had any breakthroughs with getting audio to work again with either your E7440 or E5530 Dell Latitude hackintoshes following the 10.11.4 update? I found the thread below, but frankly I haven't been able to piece together specific steps that resulted in improvement: Link: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8491-dell-latitude-e5530-installation-working-approach/ I installed El Capitan via the following threads, with a LOT of help from the kind people who participate in this forum: E7440: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/6461-guide-e7440-with-clover/
  7. Just curious if any of the senior forum members have made a run at installing El Capitan on a Latitude E5530, and what the outcome had been. Did you try a clean install, or an upgrade to an existing working Yosemite instance?
  8. I've a DELL Latitude E5530 with the specifications below : Processor Intel® Core i5-3340M CPU @ 2.70GHz Video Card Intel® HD Graphics 4000 * Memory 8.1 GB I just need to know if I can install an OSX Yosemite or El Capitan without any problems, also if there's any tutorials about that, I'm new to this forum I wishing to find some help, because I'm getting sick of Windows and I don't have much money to buy a Macbook with the same specifications. Thanks to every one
  9. I have reviewed a number of threads on this and other sites for installing either Yosimite or El Capitan using a Dell Latitude E5530 laptop. For those who might have this same model of laptop and visit this forum, have you had any luck completing an installation? I tried using the guide below, but it dies off at step 6, where booting the installer USB drive just freezes. https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/6372-dell-latitude-5x30-6x30-clover-install-guide/?hl=%2Be5530+%2Byosemite Just curious if anyone here knows of a trick that worked for them that the other threads didn'
  10. I have a Latitude E5530 that I would like to know if it can support OS X Yosemite. Specs: Dell Wireless 1504 802.11 b/g/n (2.4GHz) BroadcomNetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller IDT High Definition Audio Intel® Mobile Express Chipset SATA RAID Controller Latitude E5530 non-vPro Intel i3-2328M @ 2.20GHz 4.00GB RAM 64-Bit Capable with Virtualization 500GB HDD
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