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  1. Hi, I was wondering if anyone had solutions to two problems I was having with my otherwise successful E6410 installation of El Capitan. The first problem is the lack of sleep support. When I put the laptop to sleep it turns off the screen, accesses the hard drive for a bit, and never turns off. I have already disabled hibernation and deleted the sleepImage file. Is there any way to fix sleep? The second problem is the wireless adapter. I'm using a Broadcom BCM4311 chip (PCI ID 14e4:4311) from an old Latitude XT convertible. Is there any unofficial driver for this chip in Sierra? All my other wi-fi cards are Intel brand (unsupported) and I cannot buy a new one at this time. I would like to upgrade to Sierra, but if there is no support for my Wi-Fi card I will stay on El Cap. Thanks.
  2. Hello everybody, I'm trying to put the finishing touches on my Mojave install and have hit some snags. I'd like to preface this by saying that, while I'm pretty good with computers, I am an absolute noob at hackintoshing. I got Mojave up and running using clover with everything working but sleep, the dedicated k5000m GPU (shows up in system report and OpenGL Extensions Viewer but nothing seems to be able to use it), and brightness only sorta works. Sleep is the biggy. When I put the laptop to sleep (via any method eg. Apple > Sleep, power button, or lid close) It seems to go to sleep (power light slowly pulses and everything), but it takes a solid 30-45 seconds to get there. When I try waking it the fans will kick on for about a half second then it drops back to sleep mode. When I try again the fans do the same thing and then a few seconds later the computer reboots with Optimus disabled. It really baffles me as to why Optimus turns off every time I try to wake it. So far I've tried disabled Hibernation by following Hervé's guide here on OSXLatitude and gone through every Darkwake option. Neither changed the sleep behavior in any way. The Quadra k5000m seems to be detected fine in system report and OpenGL Extensions Viewer, but nothing seems to be able to use it. Is this because MacOS can't use the dGPU when the laptop implements Optimus? I've read mixed reports on that. I've tried just turning off Optimus in the Bios, but that causes MacOS to crash at boot. If possible I'd really like to have the Quadra working rather than the iGPU because my main use for MacOS is FCPX. Brightness works, but there's no on-screen indicator when changing it and if the screen turns off, it comes back on at full brightness. There's also no brightness slider in Settings > Display. I've attached my EFI folder and a debug report I generated with black.dragon74's script. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you in advance! debug_14893.zip EFI.zip
  3. Hi, I follow these guide to install 10.12.6 https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8506-dell-latitude-inspiron-precision-clover-guide/ https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/10014-latitude-5480-keyboard-and-trackpad-not-working/ Spec as below: BIOS Version 1.6.3 CPU Intel i7 7820HQ RAM Kingston DDR4 2400 16G x 2 MB Chipset Intel CM238 SSD TOSHIBA THNSNK256GVN8 M.2 2280 256GB Audio Realtek ALC3246 Graphics Intel HD Graphics 630 + NVIDIA GeForce 930MX Ethernet Intel Ethernet Connection I219-LM WIFI/BT Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 Touchpad ALPS I2C touchpad Thunderbolt 3 Controller Intel JHL6340 SD card reader Realtek PCIe SD Card Reader SmartCard reader Broadcom 5880 USB PCSC Camera Realtek 720p HD Camera Working: Keyboard Audio: Speaker, Microphone, Headphone Ethernet Camera USB 3.0 x3 Not Working(sort by priority) Thunderbolt 3 (only show “Thunderbolt: No hardware was found.” in the system report) USB.3.1 type C (if I plug the type-c external HD before boot, it will show something in the system report) HDMI Sleep Brightness Keys Touchpad (only button works) HD630 (show Intel HD 620 1536 MB in about this Mac, else is fine I think) SD card reader SmartCard reader VGA Geforce 930MX WIFI/BT (I will change it to DW1560) Please help me to patch the DSDT, I need tb3 for eGPU, and if hackintosh doesn't support 930MX please disable it for power consumption, thank you very much! EFI & IOReg.zip
  4. I was hoping someone could help me with an issue on an E5540 regarding loss of audio after sleep. The E5540 is running High Sierra and was installed using this guide and installation went fairly smoothly. I used the E7440_HS.zip bootpack as the E5540 does not have Nvidia (tried to rework for no Nvidia but was not able to get it working). Everything worked except SD card but fixed config and now works fine. However I don't have audio after waking from sleep - works fine (speaker and earphone) when first booted. After sleep no audio on speaker unless you plug/unplug earphones which seems to restart it - but never anything on the earphones themselves after wake. I've checked bootpack kexts and seems to be OK (CodecCommander) and not sure what to do next. Machine has i5-4200U cpu, HD4400 gpu, ALC 3226 audio controller. Cheers and thanks in advance for your help. debug_18128.zip
  5. rubbereend

    Sleep E5540

    Hi there, When i want my Dell E5540 with Sierra 10.12.5 to go to sleep, it goes to sleep but immediately afterwards turn on again and then turns off again and turns on again and that continues until i press the space bar and the desktop appears again... Is there a way to solve this?
  6. I am having issues with my WiFi after waking my computer up from sleep or hibernation. It will say that it is connected but when I try to do something online, it will not connect to the internet. For example, chrome will show the dinosaur page. Does anybody know how to fix this? Everything else is working fine. My wifi card is the Broadcom 1830
  7. Hi everyone, I recently managed to install Mac OS 10.13.6 to my dell E6530 (dual gpu>Nvidia graphics nvs5200m + IntelHD4000), Dell Bios ver A20. After some customization I got almost everything working but there a few things that I would like to fix: 1. Sleep issues: if I press the power button, the laptop goes to sleep but only for 2 seconds and then it's up again. If I close the lid, it does the same. I looked for the wake up reason in the log files and all show the same: LID0 EH02. 2018-09-06 14:49:11.170999-0500 localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: LID0 EH02 2018-09-06 14:57:59.577740-0500 localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: LID0 EH02 2018-09-06 14:57:59.577742-0500 localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: LID0 EH02 2. Usb 3.0 not injecting: My laptop has 2 2.0 USB ports and 2 3.0 ports. On system report/USB, I am able to see the 2.0 ports but there's no 3.0 ports on the list. I am using USBinjectall kexts + ACPI patches: change EHC1 to EH01, change EHC2 to EH02 + Kextstopatch: com.apple.driver.usb.AppleUSBXHCI 837D940F 0F839704 0000 837D940F 90909090 9090 , but I am not able to make the 3.0 ports available. 3. Sd card reader: Is any way to make the O2 micro sd card reader work? 4. Video glitch on boot (apple logos and a grey bar at the bottom of the screen): this is not affecting performance if the intel gpu, as far as I can tell, but it’s a little bit annoying. Jake Lo already explained me that it is not possible to make the HDMI video output work since in this laptop model the HDMI connector is hardware connected to the Nvidia GPU and since it is being disable via DSDT, it won't work. I hope somebody can help me. Thank you very much for your assistance. PD DSDT file attached DSDT.aml.zip
  8. Hello all, first post here ! This forum is a really impressive ressource. I have an Optiplex 9020 USFF on which I successfully installed Sierra by following Jake Lo's excellent guide, and everything seems to work as it should, except for waking up from sleep : it seems to wake up alright (produces system sounds, at least) but the screen stays dark and the only way to get back to a usable state is to turn off the machine and start it up again. The config.plist from the 9020 bootpack (I used the one for A20 BIOS, even though I have the newest BIOS installed) already has darkwake=no as a boot parameter. I am rather new to this, so here is exactly what I did : 1. Installed Sierra on a flash drive with createinstallmedia 2. Installed Clover for UEFI on the flash drive with only OsxAptioFixDrv-64 3. Merged the generic EFI + 9020 bootpacks 4. Replaced the EFI folder on the drive with the one just created 5. Rebooted into the installer and installed Sierra on the internal SSD 6. Installed Clover for UEFI on the SSD, same as (2) but with also RC scripts on target 7. Replaced the EFI folder from the SSD with the one on the flash drive 8. Copied the kexts from /EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other/LE to /Library/Extensions 9. Ran permissions.sh 10. Finally rebooted normally. Seeing as the 9020 bootpack already contains SSDT.aml files, I didn't generate one. As a I wrote, everything works well except that he screen doesn't wake up with the rest. My specs, in any case : Optiplex 9020 USFF i5-4670S 8GB RAM 120GB SSD The monitor is connected with DisplayPort and since it's a USFF model, it uses (flawlessly) the HD 4600 integrated graphics. Any idea ? EDIT : I upgraded to BIOS A22 and everything works now.
  9. Don't know if this of any use to any other M4800 users. It's not perfect, cos needs a little attention paid every time... What I do is: First, Unplug AC (mains) connector ; Then, Fn+F1 = Sleep OK (all system idle) and: Plug in mains connector ; press Power = successful wake. (There have been times when opening lid wakes it, but not consistently, and whenever it happens it's with no (deliberate) changes made to anything). If anyone has alternative method without plugging out and in... would be glad to hear.
  10. Don't know if this might be of use to someone. After many months of the annoying sleep and immediate re-wake problem, I've found a simple solution... With the BIOS set to APCI Suspend Mode as 'Suspend 3 only' (don't know if that is actually essential), change the USB Wake Up jumper USBPW9-14 (the one by the 3 USB connectors) to 2 and 3 (centre and right) instead of the default 1 and 2. I actually have all 3 of those USB connectors un-used (using only the backplate ones) so can't say if having them empty is relevant. So for me, with that now solved (faultless sleep, either manual or timed, and instant wake at any time with keyboard), everything is working perfectly. Hope this might be of help. (Maybe even for other similar boards)?
  11. Hello, i have sleep issue on my laptop. I check it on terminal and type the wake reason command, and i got this. Does anyone can help me to figure it out what is the main problem ? I attach all the problem reporiting files. Thanks debug_1741.zip
  12. Hey guys, I've been trying to get sleep to work properly the last few days. Currently, when my laptop goes to sleep, it does so but then wakes up after a few seconds. The screen continues to stay off though until I press something on my keyboard. I saw a similar post here and read the fix, which was to download a DSDT.aml file that was posted in the comments and to replace the one that the person was currently using in the /ACPI/patched folder. I downloaded it myself and replaced my original DSDT.aml, rebooted, and the sleep actually worked, but for some reason my sound stopped working. I put back my original DSDT.aml, rebooted, and the sound worked again. Any ideas? Any help would be appreciated.
  13. Hello guys, I am very happy about my E7440 running High Sierra, however I experience an issue while connected to two external monitors. I connect using the HDMI port and a Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapter. This works great, but when the screen is locked, or when the system goes to sleep, the system crashes and shuts down. Without any external monitors connected this problem does not occur. I am using the bootpack from the Clover guide along with Lilu.kext, Shiki.kext and IntelGraphicsFixup.kext. After reading this topic, I was thinking that this might have something to do with my current SMBIOS ProductName (MacBookAir6,2) or with the current VRAM amount (1536MB). I tried looking up the error in system.log, without any luck. Is this a known problem, and would changing the VRAM or ProductName solve this problem? Thanks!
  14. 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
  15. Hi, After quite a bit of work I have managed to install El Capitan on my Dell Precision T1700 workstation. Pretty much everything is working, including audio and USB3 and I think that I have a well patched DSDT / SSDT etc. However, no matter what I try, I can't get resume from sleep to work. I have disabled hibernate (by setting hibernatemode to 0 with pmset and setting hibernatefile to /dev/null). The computer seems to go in to sleep correctly (monitors, disks and fans shut down), pressing a keyboard key wakes the computer, but it just resets and starts again from scratch. At the moment I have set power management to never go in to sleep (from the preferences pane). However, it would be really useful to get sleep to work as it is a pretty noisy machine. The comp. has a Xeon / Haswell E3-1200 v3 processor, with an Nvidia NVS 310 graphics card. I have attached my current clover config.plist, the origin and patched APCPI folder (from EFI/CLOVER) as well as the boot log (grabbed from DPCIManager) and some DPCIManager screenshots. Any suggestions of where to go from here would be greatly appreciated, as I am pretty stumped! Thanks Dell_1700_config.zip
  16. Hello I've decided to try my hand at installing OS X on my E6420 for the 2nd time. I just installed El Capitan 10.11.5 using Jake Lo's guide. Everything appears to be fully functional except for one thing, my laptop monitor will always turn off during boot. The system is running fine in the background but my monitor just turns off for whatever reason. Unplugging and repluging the charger is my current work around. This works when have access to a wall outlet, but otherwise I am stuck with the monitor off. I am using the e6420 bootpack with the DSDT-LowRes.aml as my display's resolution is 1366x768. Also I do not have optimus on my laptop.
  17. I have an E5530 running El Capitan. When it goes into sleep mode, I have found that I cannot get it to wake. While the power button light fades in and out to reflect that the machine is sleeping, if I press it, the unit just turns off altogether. Any ideas for how to remedy this, per chance? Thanks as always!
  18. Hello all! After some time enjoying my hackintosh I decided to update it to 10.10.4. The update process was successful but after restart the computer some issues appeared. First, I can't start the operating system without the -v -f flags. If I don't enter these options, after a while the boot process gets stuck. Second, sleeping is not possible now. I really miss this, because I used my hackintosh to work and turn it on and off all the time is really time consuming. Any idea about what is going on? My E5420 is an i3 machine, with 4 GB RAM. Currently the SD reader works partially (or randomly) and I haven't tested the expresscard port. The wifi will be replaced as soon as arrives from ebay.
  19. So I have my hack laptop here,(dell latitude E6400) and its running great! My only problem is that I can't get it to go to sleep. I'm not entirely sure why. My system has the t9550 penryn proc, the Nvidia Quadro NVS 160M, and 4 gigs of DDR 2 ram. I installed an apple branded PCI extreme airport card, but left the broadcom BGM94312 in its stubby slot. I set pstates and cstates, I'm not sure if the Broadcom would prevent the sleep or not, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask if it has been the case with anyone else. I've not tried sleep enabler but that might be my next point of order. Basically if I tell the machine to sleep (either by closing the lid or going to the apple menu), it will go to a black screen and then just sit there, never getting to sleep, and never waking back up. Anyone got any suggestions?
  20. Hi, i just managed to install Yosemite on my T410. I have full QE/CI and everything is working well except sleep: The T410 goes to sleep but wakes up without backlight. I tried a few different dsdt files I found for the T410 but none of them fixed the sleep problem. Adding darkwake=0 to the org.chameleon.Boot.plist did not help too ... Did anyone of you have working sleep with the T410 on OS X Yosemite? Any help would be amazing! Thanks a lot, Barki
  21. Installed 10.9.5 on E6430, everything works fine except for sleep. Big thanks to the community who contributed so much!!! When close the lid, screen turns black then freeze. Already tried with no luck: - Replace SSDT in Extra if you have an i5-3340M - Also tried the DSDT file Jake Lo and Pokenguyen provided DSDT-E6430.aml.zip System: Intel i5-3340m Intel HD 4000 Please help me with some advise. Thanks!
  22. Greetings all and thanks for all your excellent work here! I have succeeded with a 10.9.0 Mavericks install on my M4400 and eventually got sleep going but this was broken by the 10.9.4 Combo Update. Apple made a feature of improved sleep in promoting the update so obviously significant modifications have been made. Have any fixes emerged for this yet? My install method for 10.9.0: myHack installation with the Extras folder from here: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/2674-dell-e64006500m4400-mavericks-109-gm/?hl=m4400 (1/3 way down page) Removed AppleACPIPlatform kext from the Extras folder (this kext is already in the Sys folder), then ran full myFix Finally, changed the hibernate mode to 0. Wake from sleep only ever worked by pressing the power button rather than from any keyboard keys.
  23. Hey everyone. I'm currently running a 6420, i5, HD3000 and everything is working pretty damn well. The only issue i have is that I will lose microphone input after putting the system to sleep. I thought I saw a post on this once before but I couldn't dig it up. Anyone else run into this? Is there a fix? Should I switch VooDooHDA.ktexts out with another version? Any guidance is appreciated!
  24. My spec: Latitude E6430, BIOS A12 | i5-3320M 2.6GHz | 4GB DDR3 | nVidia NVS 5200M 1024 MB | Rebranded Dell DW1510 | Mavericks 10.9.1 I used the Extra-folder provided by Jake Lo to make it work except sleeping. Everytime the laptop went to sleep, I couldn't wake it up by pressing the keyboard and mouse. The only way to make it work is to pressing the power button to restart my computer. Is there any solution for my problem? Thanks a lot.
  25. Hello: I have a Dell Optiplex 960 running ML 10.8.5. The machine will sleep on its own, or I can put it to sleep - but it will not recover on its own. I have to force a restart. Where do I begin? BIOS sleep setting is set to S3 - is that of any value? Thanks in advance.
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