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  1. A few weeks ago, I was able to get Catalina installed and operational on my Latitude E6430 using Opencore. Came across a 34 minute Chris Titus video on an Opencore build and decided to do it myself too. I spent a few more days trying to get the WIFI and the Audio to work. I was able to get both working using the AirportILwn.kext (for Catalina) (however it is spelled) and VoodooHDA.kext. I followed the Opencore Ivy Bridge Laptop Installation Guide. So, what I have running: Trackpad Keyboard (want to remap the buttons later to be more fluid to what I am used too for Wi
  2. Newbie here. I've managed to go from knowing practically nothing about Macs on Thursday morning to having a sort of working Hackintosh by Friday evening, thanks to the awesome work of so many others documenting this process! However, I've spent the entirety of Saturday trying to figure out the graphics. I'm stuck at "Display 8 MB" and cannot get the Intel graphics to be recognized. I feel like I've tried everything, but can get nothing to work. I'm sure I'm overlooking something simple and have probably missed several steps. I started over with a clean install and added the iG
  3. Hi everyone and happy new year. I'm totally new to Hackintosh and on this forum ( please feel free to correct if you find any mistake ) . I read dortania guide and build some installer USB. I have Dell Latitude E5270 with current specs: Chipset : 6th Generation IntelCore CPU : Intel Core i7-6600U Processor Graphics : Intel Integrated HD Graphics 520 Display : 12" FHD 1920x1080 Touch Screen RAM : 8GB 2133MHz DDR4 Storage : Kingston SA2000M8 NVME SSD LAN : Ethernet Connection I219-LM Wifi : Intel Corpora
  4. Hi @Jake Lo, I tried to boot windows (internal sata SSD, where I host windows and catalina) from the external hard drive (using OC 0.6.0, after resetting NVRAM) but the result I have is always the same. I post it in this video. OC is able to boot both Big Sur (in the external hard drive) and Catalina. And here there are my files. I followed dortania's guide but there seems to be no solutions for this case. Windows is recognized by the picker but I cannot boot windows at all. Do you have any hit? Ps: should I move the topic on another section? Ap
  5. Hi everyone, I've created an Big Sur installer like described here I've used the EFI folder from that download. The computer installs. Then I copy the EFI from the Installer USB to the EFI part of the MacHD. After restart I tries to boot from Mac HD. Then it restarts and I get an error screen (see attachment). Can anyone help me to get this HackBook running? Thanks!
  6. Dell E7470 with bootpack from JakeLo and OpenCore 6.4 Created 2 partitions, installed Big Sur successfully. Formatted 2nd partition and installed WIn10 from USB. Win10 boots ok if I press F12 and select Windows Boot Manager, however if I boot from OpenCore and select WIndows it goes straight into startup repair Is there any way to allow Win10 to boot via OpenCore? I have attached my EFI folder EFI.zip
  7. Hi, so I've been using @Jake Lo opencore config for Mojave and I had no issues until when I tried to boot into recovery it stuck on the Apple logo and nothing else happened after then. I'm planning to replace clover with oc because I found everything much faster than using clover.
  8. I have Open core 0.6.3 loaded and Big Sur working (thanks for the tip Jake) I can't figure out why ALC255 won't load I can get audio with VoodooHda but can't get audio with every layout ID I tried. This is a test machine, trying to get it working before I upgrade my main machine from clover and Catalina to Big Sur with open core. 11.25.2020 Updated (thank you Jake) Sound working Bluetooth working Facetime working App Store working Wake from sleep goes to black screen, don't know how to turn off sleep in Big S Can't replace Efi so I a
  9. My laptop configuration: i5 3340M, iGPU HD4000, HD screen. After successfully installing MacOS11, my computer is very laggy, can someone help me fix the error?
  10. Is there a guide for newbies on how to convert working clover to opencore? i want to convert my working cllover ( with vanilla MacOS Catalina ) to opencore but no success yet.. even booting failed
  11. Specifications: BIOS Version: 01.11.01 Intel 8th gen i7-8550U, 1.8GHz CPU Integrated Intel UHD620 graphics Dedicated Nvidia GeForce 930MX (disabled) 15.6" 16:9 1920 x 1080 pixel 141 PPI, AUO41ED, IPS LED 16GB DDR4-2400 RAM NVME M.2 KXG50ZNV512G TOSHIBA 512GB: Win 10 Home SSD SATA 256GB Toshiba: Catalina 10.15.6 (supported by CtlnaAHCIPort.kext) External USB 3.0 SATA case with Fujittsu MHZ2160BH FF 160GB HDD 5400rpm: Big Sur Beta 4 RTL8xxx Gigabit Ethernet Conexant CX8200 audio layout 21
  12. Hi everyone, I successfully installed Big Sur beta 4 on my Latitude E 7450 using OpenCore 0.6.0. The machine is already running Catalina 10.15.6 based on Jake Lo's guide, so I will not repeat the same story (especially for specs). I only underline that this is the iGPU only model (no dGPU to be disabled here). Working: - keyboard, trackpad and trackstick (only with ApplePS2Controller provided in Jake Lo's packages. Latest VoodooPS2Controller will not be useful for this ALPS touchpad) - Wifi (thanks to Jake Lo patch) using a Dell DW1560 (as per signature)
  13. config.plist.zip so I managed to boot Mac clover 5126 on my e7450 using your oc quirks in clover @Jake Lo everything works perfectly . Note: no kext is in clover folder kext is loaded from SLE and LE . I attached the config.plist if it helps anyone. also move open canopy.efi and open runtime.efi to clover drivers folders
  14. I use Dell E6430 (i5 3340M, igpu HD4000, HD monitor) i have difficulty creating EFI with Opencore, can someone share me the EFI folder?
  15. Hi, I am using Catalina(10.15.6/19G2021) on Dell Latitude E6230, BIOS version A11 (no battery for updating) The wifi chip is DW1510, BT is DW380 The patched DSDT cause the machine to boot and the screen will go dark when it reach the login screen. As a result, I worked on a dynamic (hot patch) DSDT Backlight, audio, trackpad, USB3, ...etc are working nicely. Also the boot time is way better than Clover. BTW, The backlight hotkeys(fn+arrow up/down) (IOWMIFamily) haven't work yet for now, but I will be working on that and will update soon
  16. I followed https://khronokernel-2.gitbook.io/opencore-vanilla-desktop-guide/intel-config.plist/haswell but applied the ACPI patches from https://khronokernel.github.io/Getting-Started-With-ACPI/ (With ECVD renamed to EC) All to no avail... I still end up with either ACPI errors or the dreaded waiting for root device followed by prohibited sign error. Also I followed the internet install guide, I'm currently on Linux so sadly I cannot run USBMap efiupload.zip
  17. I am new to this site, but I am really coming to appreciate the depth of knowledge and the responsiveness to questions. In response to my comment about the AW-CE123H stopping working after a Mojave update, I was told: Ahah. That's quite likely (I wasn't really sure what I was doing that first time 'round). I didn't know about the OSX Latitude site earlier. A search might have helped me find the problem. But... It sounds as if dropping back to Mojave might be a different workaround. I did re-install with Mojave using Jake Lo's EFI folder for Latitude E7440 p
  18. Hello, and need support In clover i have all work in catalina 10.15.4 фтв clover , but interesting try to use OpenCore. Now i made config, work all, but touchpad not. (TPD1 , DLL07A0) cant understand, how to use ACPI patch for it Cant understand , how to convert clover parameter TgtBridge to Open Core. Here my EFI (OC) EFI.zip Here old work config (Clover) https://osxlatitude.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=24833
  19. Specifications: BIOS Version: N51 01.63 Intel 7th gen i7-7700, 3.6GHz CPU Integrated Intel HD graphics 630 (as display, I use a 24" Lenovo ThinkVision T24-i10 1920 x 1080 pixel out of the DP port) 8 GB DDR4-2400 RAM HDD SATA WDC 1TB 3.5": Win 10 Home + macOS Catalina 10.15.6 (clover) HDD SATA Hitachi 160GB 2.5": Big Sur beta 4 (OpenCore) Intel I219-LM Gigabit Ethernet Realtek ALC221 audio layout 11 WiFi Card+BT: BCM4350 Dell DW 1820A (14e4:43a3), M.2, 802.11ac/b/g/n 2.4/5GHz 867Mbps + BT 4.1, BCM2045A0 chipset thr
  20. 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
  21. Hi all. I've manage to install OSX Catalina 10.15.5 on a Lenovo T470s and have it mostly functioning. The one thing I can't solve is the battery status. Let me explain 1. The battery status icon only sits at 0% and never updates on OpenCore 2. I have to use ACPIbatterymanager.kext for the the status indicator to even appear. Furthermore if I load SMCbatterymanager.kext instead I get a series of errors show in the included picture. 3. The same kexts when used in Clover are able to show some battery status, including charging even though even then it's not per
  22. So I've been trying to get my first hackintosh running following the online installer guide from dortania. I've gotten to the macOS install utility but am having some problems there and can't seem to find any solution that works. 1) My Touchpad works but the right and left button don't so I can't click on anything. have to use keyboard to navigate which is difficult. 2) USB mouse doesn't work either but I'm guessing that's because I need to map USB. 3) I also can't select my HFS+ partition for install, and if I try to erase and reformat I get the 'not enough
  23. Hi, i am having issues with my opencore bootloader on my Dell 6230. i have followed herves instructions for clover and that worked fine, however as i am new to the hackintosh world i am trying to learn how to set everything upto work. Please find attached my efi folder i can also post oc logs, if anyone can take a look and give me some input i will greatly appreciate it. i followed the open source instructions so i cant figure it out. Thanks Alex EFI.zip
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