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  1. Hello! Recently I decided to turn my Windows laptop into a Hackintosh. Thanks to osxlatitude and Jake Lo I found the fastest way to do it. Downloaded the Clover folder from this post as it seems to be very similar to my system and starting from scratch it's working pretty well! I have just a few minor bugs that probably you guys can help me to fix. My system - Dell E5450 14" HD 1366x768, Intel Core i5-5300U, iGPU 5500 HD, 12GB DDR3 , 480 GB SanDisk SSD, Wi-Fi replaced with DW1560 1. The first bug is the boot - right after the clover screen the apple logo pops up and it darkened immediately (but still loading). Stays for 20-30 seconds like this and then I can see the apple and the bar until it fully loads the welcome screen. The boot is painfully slow despite the SSD. I expected not more than 15 seconds boot time...tried different fixes from the web but nothing worked so far. This happen also in Verbose mode. I made a video of the boot - Boot Video 2. The second bug is that sometimes I loose the sound and when I open the System preferences/Sounds/Input screen the sound is back on...that's really weird and still can't find solution. Also the line input is not working, only the internal mic. Internal audio and HDMI audio working. 3. Can't get CPU temperature sensor working, any help is appreciated. Here's my EFI folder. Cheers! debug.zip
  2. Hello, Sorry my poor English, I have Latitude 7490 with i5-8350, 32 gb Kingston 2666mhz ram (i upgraded 8gm ddr4 2400mhz), 500 gb samsung 970 evo plus nvme M.2 ssd, dw1560, 1.11.0 BIOS specs. I used Hervé's topic Clover pack #7 (thanks a lot) but i did not success and always KP. So i tried different EFI packs (shared 7490 topics) and i started installation but i recived errors from installer at the and of the final stage but 7490 booted normally. Bluetooth (i did not see sys. pref.), trackpad and trackpad buttons is not working. System indicates my ram as 2400mhz. I guess i have to edit my config files (different ram config and wifi). I know how is edit DSDT and SSDT files but i don't know which patches i should make. I did not find any guide for Latitude 7490, or can i use rehabman's guide? I want to more stable laptop). I posted my debug report file. Thanks in advance. debug_31725.zip
  3. Hi there. After some weeks of using my "MacBook E5540" i think it's time to max out the performance of my system (mostly battery life)... Unfortunately i do not know how i can do this and succeed at 100% ... So, is there any person who may check my "debug" for stupid/bad/unnecessary configuration? I'm very interested in the "ACPI" part of my "config.plist" Thx in advance to everyone who is digging/crawling through config. debug_29750.zip
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