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wen1

Member Since 06 Jul 2008
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In Topic: [GUIDE] Sierra on HP ENVY17-n103n Skylake 6700HQ

19 December 2016 - 12:09 AM

I was able to get the linksys also working with auto connection. I will attached files shortly

Wanted to get the AC speeds working :)

 

BTW, this is an excellent guide. smoothest install that I ever did for a hackintosh

In Topic: [GUIDE] Sierra on HP ENVY17-n103n Skylake 6700HQ

18 December 2016 - 12:34 PM

excellent, I will give this a shot

 

Thanks


Also, what are using for usb wifi? I am trying to use linksys AE6000, which works with a driver posted earlier but does not auto connect when I boot up. I have to launch the perf pane.

 

Edit: Brightness control works perfect. Hoping the power management fix helps with the battery life. I was getting may be a couple of hours with full battery

In Topic: [GUIDE] Sierra on HP ENVY17-n103n Skylake 6700HQ

17 December 2016 - 03:25 PM

Guide worked perfectly so far. Trying to get dual boot working.

 

For some reason, sound does not work for me. Did you do something special for sound?

 

Edit: nevermind. still working through the post install steps.

 

Edit 2: Everything works well. I do have a minor issue though. My audio volume from laptop speakers is really low. Trying to see if I can adjust the gain.

In Topic: [GUIDE] Sierra on HP ENVY17-n103n Skylake 6700HQ

14 December 2016 - 11:16 PM

Thanks a lot for posting the guide. Will be trying this tomorrow to get mine to Sierra.

In Topic: HP Envy 17 6700HQ intel HD 530 partially working

13 December 2016 - 09:08 PM

So by generating ssdt.aml and placing it into /EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/Patched unlocked the turbo states but im still not sure if im getting all the power from it. 

 

 

 


update: removed all C and P states generation from clover. Left only with ssdt.aml

 

I bit better but im still missing 300MHz somewhere. 


update:

 

imessage started to work. After few reboots it just works :D

 

That is awesome. Will be of great help to share a brief guide and also the files that you used/modded.

 

Thanks

wen1

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