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#2242016 HP Envy 17 6700HQ intel HD 530 partially working

Posted by wen1 on 10 June 2016 - 01:40 AM

its here. i think its same as yours.. check it pls its here. i think its same as yours.. check it pls Thanks for posting this. I compared the bios files, they are identical.I am assuming you do not get any errors/warnings during boot up. Wonder why mine is not allowing me to get to even clover screen with the wireless card installed Edit: Reattaching the error I get. Wireless module not supported. System halted Attached Files  IMG_2170.JPG 55.99KB 6 downloads

#2223540 Run Vanilla OS X El Capitan, Sierra or High Sierra in VMware Workstation 12 o...

Posted by wen1 on 13 March 2016 - 07:14 PM

Excellent guide.Got it working on my surface pro 3 with imessage

#2176889 [Guide] Surface Pro 1st gen El Capitan clean installation

Posted by wen1 on 12 October 2015 - 05:47 PM

Installed and works great. No video via display port though. I am trying to figure out how to enable that too.

#2077769 [Guide] Surface Pro 1st gen Yosemite clean installation

Posted by wen1 on 28 October 2014 - 07:24 PM

JahStories, Audio does work well if you use the applehda and eadpfix from the package Thanks Wen1

#2058717 [Guide] Test MacOs 10.10 PublicBeta or DeveloperPreview

Posted by wen1 on 07 September 2014 - 11:55 PM

I got the display port working by patching the AppleIntelFrameBufferCapri.kext manually. Now it detects the external monitor properly and supports full resolution via that port. Also detects audio port (verified via DPCIManager, but did not test actual sound output). The HD4000 card in surface has the revision id of 0x0009. So i modified the kext above for that platform id to support the LVDS in surface pro and modified the DSDT and the config file to inject 0x01660009 instead of 0x01660004. Let me know if there is any interest and i can post the the files used. Thanks

#1789217 OS X Mountain Lion Install Guide for Dell XPS 17 L702x Optimus

Posted by wen1 on 25 January 2012 - 12:50 AM

I got my L702x 3D laptop working fully with nvidia. Given that i have a 3D laptop i had to take a slightly different approach. I even created an SSDT for it and applied a speed stepper patch. I think i have most of the pstates working. my geek bench score is 9545 http://browse.geekbe...ekbench2/548572 Looking at your geek bench score, there a re still more tweaks needed for SSDT but it is close. Attaching my SSDT for reference. But do not use this unless you have a i7-2670QM CPU. SSDT i believe is tied to your CPU. I can see the p-states hitting the turbo speeds of up to 3.0 GHz. I did not see it go to 3.1 GHz, which is the max for this CPU. Don't know why. Thanks mahesh for your links. Seems like there are lot of convoluted steps for creation of SSDT out there. But i finally found a specification document for sandy bridge processors and calculated the P-states myself. Attached Files  SSDT-2670qm.aml.zip 519bytes 182 downloads

#1690383 [Guide] Dell XPS 15 L502X (Early 2011) Snow Leopard Install (possibly L702x too)

Posted by wen1 on 30 May 2011 - 01:14 AM

Yes it is a combination of those three kexts and DSDT Reach out to mald0n at this thread http://www.insanelym...howtopic=235523 Very helpful guy. He created the DSDT for me. Here is the tool you run on your laptop, it creates a zip file on your desktop and upload it to his thread. http://www.insanelym...p...st&id=81816 Wen1, how did you get the audio working properly? through DSDT? I'm at complete loss when it comes to DSDT. I don't know/understand how to extract mine nor how to read/edit it. Any help? Only ask about Audio because i installed the kexts and im not getting it to work. You install all of them in System/Library/Extensions/ or Extra/Extensions/
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