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First a big thx to the osxlatitude-Team! I have managed to install El Capitan 10.11.6 on Sony Vaio VPCZ13. >>Hardware<< CPU: 2.79GHz Intel Core i7 RAM: 8GB 1st GPU: Intel HD Arrandale ( 0x00458086 ) 2nd GPU: nVidia GeForce GT 330M ( 0x0A2B10DE ) Audio: RealTek ALC889 ( 0x10EC0889 ) & nVidia HDMI ( 0x10DE000A ) Ethernet: Intel 82577LC WiFi: Wireless 1515-N ( Atheros 9280 ) Bluetooth: v3 WWAN:Qualcomm Gobi 2000 HS-USB >>Works<< Audio: VoodooHDA 2.8.8 => WORKS! 2nd GPU: WORKS with QE/CI! Ethernet: IntelMausiEthernet.kext => WORKS! WiFi: WORKS! Bluetooth: v3 => WORKS! Keyboard+Touchpad: thx to EMlyDinEsH => WORKS! Battery: Rehabman's Sony Vaio DSDT patches + ACPIBatteryManager.kext => WORKS! Display brightness: Shades 1.2 => WORKS! >>BIOS-Settings<< Advanced > Peripheral Configuration > VGA Switching Policy: [sTATIC] Advanced > IDE Configuration > HDC Configuration as: [AHCI] >>Doesnt WORK<< Power-Button: due to patch of PWRB, it shows no reaction Sleep: probably needs some patches for the DSDT CardReader: Ricoh ( Vendor: 0x05ca / Prod: 0x18b7 ); VoodooSHDC => no results WWAN: have tried Rubel's entry from this post => no success | i have tried injecting the id to IOSerialFamily.kext & CellPhoneHelper.kext ( V: 05C6, V: 9225 / Integer-Values: V 1482, D 37413 ) => no success >>Attachments<< DSDT.aml -> patched / copy it to CLOVER/ACPI/patched ( pls do check if there is still improovement needed ) kext for 10.11 -> copy them to CLOVER/kext/10.11 GPU-ROM -> the rom for my GPU -> copy it to CLOVER/ROM config -> the config for my Laptop for 10.11 -> copy it to CLOVER/ Sony-VPC.htm -> HwInfo Extract --- If you could help me out with the PowerButton / Sleep, this would be great! ( I am trying now the WWAN Card ) GPU_ROM.zip config.zip kexts_10.11.zip DSDT+SSDT.zip sony-vaio+wwan-info.html
Hey everybody, I just acquired my dad's old Sony Vaio VPCCW17FX, he purchased it new in 2009. I'm about to install myhack 3.3.1 made with 10.9.1 Mavericks from the app store....but before I make the plunge and install OSX I am looking to get some feedback on this systems specs. I see that the Atheros 9285 wireless adapter is in there... that should work from what I've read. but I think most of this hardware will work but I'm still newberific so if you see any discrepancies please let me know. What I'm really trying to do is get an idea of what work exactly will be involved and any issues I may run into once installed. I can run a summary report if that helps, but it was a pretty long text file so for now see the screenshot Your thoughts and feedback are greatly appreciated. Thanks! ~Matt