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  1. First off, thanks for providing this amazing resource ladies and gentlemen. It's much appreciated! I'm a long time Linux user and am taking my first step into installing OS X onto older hardware. I've run into some difficulty and am hoping for some pointers. I have a Dell E6420, A21 BIOS, i5-2540M CPU, 4GB RAM, Intel HD3000 graphics, 1600x900 Resolution, 250GB SSD. I followed the wonderful instructions in the following post using the E6220 boot pack: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8506-dell-latitude-inspiron-el-capitan-clover-guide/ However, I get stuck at one of two places: 1) With the stock + E6220 boot pack I get a kernel panic with message "pmLock: waited too long". 2) If I add NullCPUPM kext then I get a black screen that slowly turns all white. I did try to add DualLink into the Clover config. I've been trying different things from the forums, but with less success. I still have yet to see an installer screen. I do appreciate whatever time you can spare to help me get up to speed. I apologize If I'm missing something obvious, but this is all pretty new to me.
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