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  1. Well i was trying to fix ethernet on my Dell latitude E5530 laptop and mistakenly deleted "System/Library/Extensions/IONetworkingFamily.kext" kext file I don't want to reinstall this again someone could please help me by uploading this file My system latest mac os Mojave Dell latitude E5530 I3-3100M 6gb ram etc Help appreciated
  2. 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 a lot of hackintosh forums and descriptions (mostly for other Models/HW) on the web, but as a newbie, I spent a lot of days to become a functioning system, also performed min. 5 installations => It still doesn't work. Here are my problems: Under Settings / Network a "Ethernet" device is listed (for the wired connection, LAN). But is has a difficult MAC address 00:00:00:00:00:00... I can fix this with "ifconfig en0 ether <usefull MAC address>" within rc.local. Thereby DHCP does not work and is cyclically connect and disconnect whole the time. So I set the IP/Subnet Mask/Router/DNS Server manually and the Notebook in this way becommes connected to my router and the Ethernet device becomes status "Connected" ==> The problem is that it only looks great but the Notebook is still not connected (why/how ever)! Pinging the router or such other usefull IP does not work. I don't know what to do/try next. My WLAN does not work. Under Settings / Network there is no WLAN listed. I have no sound. Is there anyone of you having Sierra installed properly supporting HW like for my DELL E5530 who can send me the relevant EFI folder (for the EFI partition) and describe me in few steps a postinstall situation? Additional Info: ls -1 /Volumes/Hackintosh/Library/Extensions/ ACS6x.kext ATTOCelerityFC8.kext ATTOExpressSASHBA2.kext ATTOExpressSASRAID2.kext ArcMSR.kext CalDigitHDProDrv.kext HighPointIOP.kext HighPointRR.kext PromiseSTEX.kext SoftRAID.kext I have attached my actual EFI folder (from the EFI partition). Any help is wellcome EFI_E5530.zip
  3. 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?
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