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  1. My Latitude e7440 won't boot from an OpenCore installer USB stick. Here's what I've done: 1. I created the USB stick by formatting the entire USB device in macOS (Catalina) to be GUID Partition Map and Mac OS Extended (Journaled) file system. I used createinstallmedia to copy Catalina onto the USB drive. I also copied Jake Lo's OC 0.6.0 folder from the post below into the EFI partition (I used MountEFI to make the EFI partition visible in the Finder). 2. I plugged the USB drive into my Latitude E7440, and got to Boot Options. I set the USB drive to be first in the list, and used Hervé's list to configure the rest of my E7440 BIOS Settings. 3. Each time I boot, the USB drive is skipped/ignored, and the laptop boots from the internal drive. What should I investigate to make the computer boot OpenCore from the USB drive? PS I don't think it would matter, but I should note that the laptop has a previous macOS install based on Clover. Once I get OpenCore booting, my plan is to erase the entire internal drive and do a clean install of macOS Catalina ... Thanks!
  2. 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
  3. Hello all! This is the guide I am following: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8506-dell-latitude-inspiron-precision-clover-guide/&do=findComment&comment=54632 I've been toying with this E5450 for a while now and have finally gotten some progress, turns out I was an idiot and didn't configure the Bios properly: (I missed this) 2. Press F2 to configure the BIOS Sata Operaton -> AHCI Secure Boot -> Disabled Boot List Option -> UEFI. Enable Legacy Option Rom Apply and Exit So now I am getting I'm getting past the initial loading but it bombs out with this kernel panic: Some notes: Boot pack - I used this one: Broadwell - (See Note2 below) E5450_HD5500.zip 418.94KB 442 downloads Updates: I followed note to check for updates and replaced this kext: E7x70, E7x50, E5450, Precision 7510 AppleHDA_ALC293.kext.zip 13.26KB 385 downloads Anyone have a red hot clue what I did wrong? Thanks for reading. Eternally grateful
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