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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    Looks good @tluck. I will try it later. Unfortunately my sleep does not work well. I thought it's fixed but now it just freezes sometimes. Also after some sleeps my Touchpad/Trackpoint are getting in responsive. :/ Using an USB drive to boot does not look like a solution to me, I don't want to always carry it with me. :/
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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    I just installed your new package and it looks like the sleep issues are gone. Also Volume-Mute does work again. But RehabMans Kext doesnt seem to work for me yet. It seems to recognise inputs with 3+ fingers, but it only beeps.
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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    Hmm, I just updated to Mavericks and now I have some problems. (Using the dsdt from tlucks bundle) The first one: When I press the "Mute Vol" button, the system freezes. (Manually turning down volume to 0 works) The second one: Sleep does not really work, the Power LED flashes but nothing happens. I looked through the latest posts, but I havent really seen anyone else with this problem. I installed OSX on my 2nd HDD, maybe that is the problem? Another annoying problem is scrolling. In most apps scrolling works like on windows. But using firefox it doesnt really work, I get this thing, that you also have in windows without drivers. http://0.tqn.com/d/webdesign/1/0/r/H/1/cursor_all-scroll_ie.gif PS: Does anyone know how this guy got multitouch?
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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    Thanks!! Installed using your method, now it boots. :-) Now installing some kexts^^
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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    @tluck A screen of my install media is attached. In the disk manager it shows only a few files. :/ My install really seems to be broken. @Sheep_Reaper How exactly did you fixed yours?
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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    Hmm, is there something I can do about that? I have not done anything special except the windows partition, but I do not see why this should make my fresh installation an installer. O.o Edit: And it is 100% on the harddrive, I can boot it when I remove the installer usb stick.
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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    Hey, thanks for your answer. The language dialog comes when I boot the installer usb. (I select german, the setup is german, but when rebooting the "installing"-screen is english) I have 3 Partitions on my harddrive, EFI, Windows, OS X. Before installing I always formatted the OS X partition using the disk utility, so I think there shouldnt be some left files, right?
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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    Hey, thanks for your answer. I also created my usb stick using Lion Disk Maker using an Installer.dmg. But I also have never seen such a result. I boot the usb stick, format my drive using the disk utility and after installing clover calls my hdd "OSX Installer". When booting it looks like shown in this video: Edit: I just redownloaded the installer app and reinstalled but nothing changed.
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    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    Hey, today I tried installing 10.8 on my T420 (4236-C32, HD+, i5, 2.5GHz) without WWAN and with SSD. I tried all of the bundles from this thread, but non of them works for me. With the clover bundle from the first post I was able to successfully boot into the installer and install OSX to my hard drive. But whenit reboots it only shows "Installing" and a "progressless progressbar". (Dont know how it is called ) Waited for hours, but nothing happens. Using other clover bundles I only got "waiting for AppleSMC". Using the latest bundle from tluck I can boot too if I set InjectKexts to true, but it also hangs in the installer screen after rebooting. Of course I tried different DSDTs/no DSDT, etc. I have no idea what I can do. Does anyone have another idea? :-) Greetings, Simon Edit: BIOS settings are like mentioned on the first pages.
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