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  1. Hi Friends, I have spare Dell latitude 7280 and I am trying to install mojave. I was able to half install to the point where it copies all files from USB to harddrive and then I have to continue install from harddrive. Then it is giving me KP and I am unable to find logs to check. I used Clover flag to stop rebooting if KP, but still I am unable to recognize error. So, If anyone has successfully installed Mojave with this version, then please share your settings for clover or EFI files. Note: I am planing to replace my intel wifi card with another one which is compatible with OSX. Thanks,
  2. So I was trying to follow the guide provided on these forums, however, I hit a snag when trying to download the Bootpack for my laptop. Every thing I have read states to just use the file for the Dell E7440, however, when I follow the guide here and try to download the file for my processor model it says the attachment is unavailable. I found another EFI folder, but can't get the sound working so I was hoping someone here might be able to help me track down the correct Bootpack. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Hello people, i am totaly new to this website and for years i have been trying different to dual boot or simply have macOS on my Dell Latitude E5450. If there is anyone out there who can help me, please response. Thank you very mcuh!
  4. Dell Latitude 5290 2-in-1 UHD620 iGPU CLOVER Specifications - CPU : Intel® Kaby Lake R Core™ i5-8350U Processor @1.70GHz (Turbo boost up to 3.60GHz) - Graphics : Intel® UHD Graphics 620 - Sound : Realtek ALC225 (ALC3253) - Display : 12.3" WUXGA+ 1920x1280 3:2 10xPoints Multi Touch - Memory : 8GB LPDDR3 1867MHz - SSD : M.2 NVME 256GB TOSHIBA KXG60ZMV256G - Wireless : Broadcom BCM943602BAED-based DW1830 - External Ports : 1 x USB 3.1 Gen1, 2 x DP over USB Type-C, 1 x Audio Jack - SmartCard Reader Bios/Clover Bootloader/macOS Version - Bios : 1.7.3 - Clover Bootloader : v2.4k r4920 (or Higher) - macOS : 10.14 Bios Setup - Load Optimized Defaults Drivers64UEFI - ApfsDriverLoader-64.efi - AptioMemoryFix-64.efi - FSInject-64.efi - HFSPlus.efi - VirtualSmc.efi Kexts - AirportBrcmFixup.kext - AppleALC.kext - BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext - BrcmPatchRAM2.kext - EFICheckDisabler.kext - Lilu.kext - NullEthernet.kext (because this tablet PC has no built-in Ethernet) - SMCBatteryManager.kext - SMCLightSensor.kext - SMCProcessor.kext - SMCSuperIO.kext - USBPorts.kext - Hackintool generated, HS / SS port matching and realignment - VirtualSMC.kext - VoodooI2C.kext - VoodooI2CHID.kext - VoodooPS2Controller.kext - Add 'Info.plist - IOKitPersonalities - IONameMatch - Item 0 - PNP044E' - WhateverGreen.kext ETC After installation - Remove these boot flags -v debug=0x100 keepsyms=1 - Additional patches are required for iMessage and Facetime activation Intel UHD Graphics 620 - This build is suitable for 'Dell Latitude 5290 2-in-1' system uses iGPU of 'Intel UHD Graphics 620' If your iGPU is not 'Intel UHD Graphics 620', additional graphics patches might be required NullEthernet.kext & ssdt-rmne.aml - Null Ethernet is used to prevent a Mac address-based license for some software from being broken when a wireless card is absent or replaced (including iCloud) If you do not need to consider blocking software licenses by changing your Mac address, you can remove it What Works Graphics/Display - Intel® UHD Graphics 620 QE/CI, 2048MB Vram - Type C DP 2 ports Video / Audio output Hot Swap - Brightness control - Lid Close Sleep with Magnetic Travel Keyboard - I2C touch screen Up to 4 points Gesture action (recognized as Magic Trackpad 2) Audio - Built-in speaker - Built-in microphone - Line input - DP Audio Output Input - I2C touch screen Up to 4 points Gesture action (recognized as Magic Trackpad 2) - I2C Keyboard (Magnetic Travel Keyboard) with Backlight - Touchpad (Magnetic Travel Keyboard, recognized as mouse) - Volume button, window button, power button Power Management - CPU/Speed Step - Battery - DP over USB Type-C, 2 Ports Charging - Sleep/Wake Storage Device - Full Size / Type-C USB 2.0, 3.0 Hot Swap - M.2 NVME 2280/ m.2 SATA 2280 1 Slot and m.2 NVME 2230(2242)/ m.2 SATA 2230(2242) 1 Slot Wireless communication - iMessage/FaceTime/App Store - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airdrop, Continuity with macOS compatible wireless card Issues - If USB device is connected to Full size USB port with power connected state, it wakes up immediately after sleeping Fixed after Full size USB port as internal port As a result, if you connect a device above USB 3.0 to the Full size USB port, it will be recognized as an internal disk icon - When the battery is in use, the disk not ejected properly after sleeping Fixed with SafeSleepUSB.app or Jettison.app - WWAN communication via WWAN card, USIM, and Legacy_Sierra_QMI.kext is feasible, but has not been tried yet - DW1820A (BCM94350ZAE) - 1028:0021 (part# CN-0VW3T3) Issue 1 : WiFi Down sometimes - DW1830 (BCM943602BAED) - VendorID : 0489, DeviceID : E0A1, Firmware Version:v5 c4510 (v5 c4096) Issue 1 : Bluetooth not works after sleep Issue 2 : If check 'Wake for Wi-Fi network access', wifi speed will be very slow after sleep. - MicroSD slot not working properly If you use modified Sinetek-rtsx.kext, you can use HFS + formatted SD card, but there are still some problems - PCIe front and rear camera (AVStream2500, OV series camera) not recognized - Compared to Windows, white noise occurs a little on speakers - In case of new installation, Magic Trackpad 2 touch screen via VoodooI2C, VoodooI2CHID is not immediately recognized and suddenly recognized after specific setup / injection event after personal setting Once recognized, the touch screen will not be lost After recognized the touch screen, the touch pad of the Magnetic Travel Keyboard is disabled, which can be activated using Karabiner - 3:2 resolution HiDPI not works through known method Files and Details (Github) https://github.com/laelsirus/Dell-Latitude-5290-2-in-1-UHD620-iGPU-CLOVER
  5. Hi everybody. I just updated my Latitude E7440 I7 Full HD from 10.14.4 to 10.14.5. I use this forum bootpack and with BIOS option "Legacy Boot" enabled, MAC OS MOJAVE 10.14.4 worked fine with built in LCD screen and also with a Phillip 1080p monitor conected by HDMI. After upgrading to 10.14.5, with Legacy boot enabled in BIOS, laptop freezes (black screen at the end of boot) when HDMI screen is connected (built in screen works fine, but with some troubles with, for instance, Ableton Live SUite, which makes graphic noise in some windows). If I change BIOS legacy boot from enabled to disabled, HDMI monitor works fine (closing the laptop), but built in screen does not. May be should I upgrade some kext? Many thanks for your attention. Entropic.
  6. [SUCCESS] DELL LATITUDE E5440 macOS Mojave 10.14 (Updated) Download: - - > > "DELL"_"CLO"EFI"_"Kemal"ALKIN".zip" < < - -
  7. @Jake Lo , I have followed your guide for the e7450 before. This particular one has the following specs: Intel Core i5-5300U Intel HD 5500 Graphics DW1830 WiFi/Bluetooth Card 8GB DDR3 RAM I can't seem to get my wifi to work. I have searched dozens of previous posts and can't find anything. I am experiencing ping's of up to 14000 (tested in terminal), and when wifi does work it is is at most .5 mbps. This isn't just after sleep, but all the time. Bluetooth, however, is working perfectly. I have attached problem reporting files. These Kext's are installed to EFI/Clover/kexts/other: ACPIBatteryManager AirportBrcmFixup AppleAHCIPort AppleALC AppleBacklightFixup ApplePS2Controller FakePCIID_Broadcom_WiFi FakePCIID FakeSMC IntelMausiEthernet Lilu USBPorts-Exx50 WhateverGreen then a thing called WhateverName The following kexts are installed to L/E: ASC6x ArcMSR ATTOCelerityFC8 ATTOExpressSASHBA2 ATTOExpressSASRAID2 BrcmFirmwareRepo BrcmPatchRAM2 CalDigitHDProDrv DisableTurboBoostBattery FakePCIID_Broadcom_WiFI FakePCIID HighPointIOP HighPointRR PromiseSTEX SoftRAID Also, the battery life doesn't seem very long and I have a 40wh battery and the laptop is also running a bit hot, however, my main concern is one the WiFi right now. debug_25858.zip
  8. Just out of curiosity: Has anyone of you ever tried to install macOS on a Dell Latitude 7370? I want to buy it and replace my E7450 with it but before I want to be sure if macOS works on it because on my E7450 it works better than on a MacBook Pro!
  9. Dell Latitude e7240 with i7-4600U, 16GB RAM, 512GB Samsung 860 EVO, Dell DW1550 WiFi/BT card. Followed all the guides as best I can to install macOS 10.4.3 (including supplement) and most all is good. I have the kexts installed (I believe per the guide) to EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other (except for CodecCommander.kext and DisableTurboBoostBattery_2.3.kext which were copied to /Library/Extensions). The trackpad works, but nearly all the time, the Trackpad Pref Pane indicates "No trackpad found." One question I have after reading more, I'm wondering if some/most/all of the kexts should be moved to /Library/Extensions? This guide indicates "Copy FakeSMC and only critical kext's needed to run the MacOS Installer, Updater or Recovery to EFI/Clover/kexts/Other" - which ones are considered critical for Installer/Updater/Recovery? To enable my new WiFi/BT card (Dell DW1550), I need some additional kexts (AirportBrcmFixup.kext, BrcmPatchRAM2.kext, BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext) ... these should go to /Library/Extensions, correct? I'm also not sure yet if the battery indicator is correct. Is the fix for that part of the guide (and thus would already be in place if I did it correctly) or is there something additional I need to do? Thanks in advance for any help/guidance.
  10. I have successfully got my hackintosh running on my Dell Latitude E7440 thanks to the guide on this forum. I have one question and tried looking for the answer, but reading through 60 odd pages of comments got difficult and I didn't fully understand so i was wandering if someone could help. How can I adjust the pressure sensitivity for my trackpad? I currently have to press quite hard to register any touch, which with multitouch gestures on a small track pad gets to do consistently. When I say press hard, it's not very much pressure, but compared to my dell xps in windows and macbook pro at work it's quite a lot. I know these track pads don't require that much force as when I used this machine with windows 10 I could press much more lightly. Thanks in advance!
  11. Hi, I've used the installation guide here: http://www.osxlatitude.com/edp/documentation/on my latitude d420 however once it boots and starts the loading process it hangs on the grey apply screen with OSX LATITUDE logo on. Trying with OS X Lion. I also could not find a bootpack for a d420 so tried with a d620. If anyone could help with this installation that would be great thank you.
  12. Hello all, this is my first post and am hoping one of you geniuses can help me out. I have a Dell Latitude E5430 with the following specs: Intel Core i5 3210 M (Ivy Bridge, 2.5 Ghz) Intel HD Graphics 4000 8 GB Ram When looking through the clover bootpacks, I found the bootpacks for similar models but not the E5430. Has anyone successfully compiled a bootpack for this model? Could I use a similar model? Version of MacOs doesn''t matter, however Sierra would be nice. Thanks a ton!!
  13. Hello, I retry the installation of OSX on my Latitude E5450. This model has: · CPU Type Mobile DualCore Intel Core i7-5600U, 2600 MHz · Motherboard Chipset Intel Wildcat Point-LP, Intel Broadwell · RAM: DDR3-1600 DDR3 SDRAM · VIDEO Intel HD Graphics 5500 · Audio Adapter Realtek ALC293 @ Intel Wildcat Point-LP PCH - High DefinitionAudio Controller [F-0] · Network Adapter WLAN Dell Wireless 1707 802.11b/g/n (2.4GHZ) · Network Adapter LAN Intel(R) Ethernet Connection (3) I218-LM · BIOS Properties: Version A11 I already tried before using a tutorial for an I5 version and it did not work. Could you help me solve the problem? I add as attachment the result of the config report of my computer Thank you for your help! Best regardsDELL_LATITUDE_E5450_I7_Hardware_Report_TXT_EN_OK.rar
  14. Hello, i'm kinda newbie to the hackintosh world, and today I was wondering if I can turn my dell latitude E6420 into hackintosh, so after viewing some instructional videos on how to install the hackintosh, after installing it and everything was alright I tried to use the Wifi and the integrated mouse "touch pad" so they didn't work and I actually don't know what is the reason for that, but I saw this forum seeking for help! Thanks for your time and sorry for my bad English..
  15. Hello. I prepared my installer according to the guide, but when I go to boot to the installer, it shows the Apple logo for maybe 1/2 a second. Does anybody know what could fix this? I am trying to install macOS Sierra
  16. Hi. I just got macOS Sierra installed on my Dell Lat. e7450. WiFi isn't working yet, but I have the 1830 card on it's way. When I went into FaceTime to sign in, I put in my info then got a notification saying I can't sign in on this mac and I needed to contact apple. Of course, as Apple would not support me in my hackintosh needs, I turned to this forum. Any suggestions on how to fix iMessage and FaceTime? All help is greatly appreciated!
  17. Muna21

    Sierra on E6520

    Hy guys! I'm italian, so I apologize for my english XD I have a Dell E6520 with this specs CPU i5 2410M Ram 6GB Motherboard Dell 0J4TFW Gpu Intel HD3000 Gpu NVidia N-Vidia NVS 4200M Audio IDT High Definition Audio Network Broadcom 802.11 BIOS A02 I'm trying to instal<l Sierra using the guid I found in this forum, but it doesn't work. I get the Apple logo, then the loading starts, and when the white bar is a bit more than halfway, the process just stop and I get a prohibited mark. I would try also the guide that use myHack, but when I run the App i get an error message. What can I do? Thanks for the help
  18. Hey guys! I need patch's for my laptop DELL Latitude E7440 i5 4300U BIOS A25, i'm actually using A20 version of i7 taken from Bootpack, i'm looking to patch the ACPI tables extracted by clover. Here are the F4 ACPI Dump origin.zip thanks
  19. Hello. I have Dell Latitude E7440 i5 4300U 8GB Intel HD 4400 1366x768. I make a bootable USB flash drive by this topic I created a bootable USB flash drive with High Sierra, install Clover v.4368 with parameters for UEFI, replace config.plist from bootpack and copy kexts in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/. In BIOS i set up UEFI booting and SATA mode AHCI. But at boot time Clover don't see drives. What is the problem? P.S. sorry for my English
  20. Hello, first of all I'm sorry if this kind of thread is not allowed but I'd like to keep a thread of discussion about El Capitan install on the Dell Latitude E6500. If it's not allowed, please lock/delete this thread. OK, let's get to the point. I have managed to boot the installer just fine, however I am not able to proceed with the installer as the installer only shows "Reinstall OS X" and not "Install OS X". As such, this has caused me to not be able to install the OS due to some "eligibility checking" mechanism. I never had this issue when installing Yosemite months ago. Has anyone ran into this problem? How do I fix this? Is it related to the installer that I used or did I do something wrong while making the installer? Thanks a lot and if you have any tips and pointers or anything to discuss about El Capitan for the E6500 please do so here. --- From here on, I will update my progress in this section. 20170319 1950 -- Installer now shows "Install OS X" instead of "Reinstall OS X" after following another guide to setup the USB installer. I will now proceed to with the installation. 20170319 2013 -- Still at "a second remaining". 20170319 2131 -- Finished with everything, including bootloader installation. El Capitan is buttery smooth. It's amazing.
  21. i have a Dell Latitude 5480 with intel HD Graphics 620 but the accreditation not working. what to do?
  22. Hello everyone, After the surprisingly huge success with El Capitan, I decided to give Sierra a try. This thread is dedicated to get at least the installer running on the Dell E6500. Thoughts, opinions and discussions are also very welcome. (1) Using dosdude1's Sierra Patch, the installer USB creation was a breeze. Without the patch, the installer won't even try to boot (incompatible Mac). http://dosdude1.com/sierrapatch.html (2) Installer USB loads fine. (3) NVDAStartup causes kernel panic when trying to boot into the installer. nvda_drv=1 nv_disable=1 InjectNvidia=false does not work. I am not sure why but Nvidia still try to load the driver when nv_disable=1 is already present. I will post my DSDT.aml, config.plist and kexts later (still using the same ones from El Capitan). That is all for now. Any pointers and tips are highly encouraged. Thank you.
  23. Hello, Im on Sierra 12.0.4. on my Dell Latitude E7450. WiFi is working with my BCM 43xx but it does not show me any Bluetooth informations. How can I get it to run and use my AirPods and Instant Hotspot with it?
  24. Hi everyone, first of all I wanna thank Hervé for his fantastic guide on how to hackintosh our Latitude E6220. I want to start saying that I'm running Sierra, but I haven't followed the guide entirely, because, after the installation completed and I booted into the main HDD, I installed Clover instead of Enoch. I did this because I basically hate those legacy bootloaders, as they gave me lots of problems when I hackintoshed my other laptop, an Acer Aspire 5750G, so I don't want to use them if it's not mandatory. Also, I don't want to tamper with S/L/E if I can. Right now almost everything is working, but I have a little strange problem. When I first boot up the laptop, the eSata port does not work, and the SD card reader, even though is recognized, doesn't show any card in it. However, if I put the computer to sleep, then I wake it up, both start working without a hitch, I can hotplug the eSata port and the reader mounts without any problem. Is there a way to fix this under Clover? My lappy: Dell Latitude E6220 i5-2520M, HD3000 8GB 1333MHz RAM macOS 10.12.5 Sierra Clover r4077, using Hervé's DSDT and generated SSDT Boot args: darkwake=0 slide=0 I attach my config.plist, I think it could be useful. Thanks in advance config.plist.zip
  25. Dell Latitude E5530 vPro, i5 Ivy Bridge, 8 Gb RAM, 128 Gb SSD, Intel HD4000 - El Capitan 10.11.3. I need help to enable HDMI video output from my laptop to ACER 24" external monitor. I have previously had A17 BIOS, but I followed Jake Lo's advice to downgrade BIOS in order to get rid of boot glitch. I followed the steps from A3 to A12, and now I am running A12 BIOS. I really need external monitor because I am visually impaired. Here is my EFI folder in zip format: EFI.zip
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