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    move 10.14.1 update

    Try the reinstall macOS in the Recovery partition. This should install the most recent version of macOS. It may take a few extra minutes to download the newest version.
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    CPU temp sensor

    You need to use sensor plugins/kexts to get your sensors fully working. If you have FakeSMC, be sure you are using the CPUSensor.kext and if you are using VirtualSMC, be sure you are using SMCProcessor.kext.
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    HP Battery alert problem

    Is this your post? https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/hp-battery-defective-bios-alert.263754/ If so, I would try to use a DSDT that does not have RehabMan's battery patch. See what happens and report back here (or there.)
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    macOS Mojave 10.14.1 is out

    That does explain why I hadn't noticed that before. Still, try the DSDT I edited and see if it makes any difference. I am not too familiar with desktop motherboards and don't know if I can help you with a USB issue since there are typically so many more USB ports than on a laptop mobo.
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    macOS Mojave 10.14.1 is out

    I noticed that there were entries for usbehc1 and usbehc2 in your DSDT but we had changed your EHC1 and EHC2 devices to EH01 and EH02. Therefore, I changed these entries to usbeh01 and usbeh02. See if it helps. DSDT.aml.zip
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    HP Battery alert problem

    I used to have problems with the ACPIBatteryManager.kext, which I used with FakeSMC.kext. I have had no problems with my battery since I started using SMCBatteryManager.kext with VirtualSMC.kext.
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    Dell 7559 No brightness/backlight controls

    OK, based on your IOReg, you do not have a BT device connected via USB. Does it show up in System Information under the USB section? I'm guessing that it doesn't and that this is a USB issue. I also am wondering if you have 2 different Nvram.plists - one for each Clover installation. That might be screwing things up. I know you say that you have USB working perfectly but are you sure that all of your internal USB ports are working correctly. Is your webcam working ok? Do you have any other internal USB devices? If the BT kexts are installed correctly and you still can't get BT working, it is likely either a USB issue or a firmware issue. Do you have a Windows installation? Does BT work in Windows? If you boot to Mojave right after booting to Windows might your BT load? Check that out and let me know.
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    Dell 7559 No brightness/backlight controls

    You can't use both BrcmFirmwareRepo and BrcmFirmwareData at the same time and you don't put BrcmPatchRam2 into L/E, just BrcmFirmwareRepo. I use BrcmPatchRam2 and BrcmFirmwareData in Clover/kexts because I have enough RAM that I'm not worried about memory efficiency. Try using these 2 kexts in Clover/kexts/Other (or 10.14). Be sure to remove all other instances of BT kexts, including in your other Clover folder. BT Kexts.zip
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    Dell 7559 No brightness/backlight controls

    This comes from RehabMan's BitBucket page for BrcmPatchRAM: I'm pretty sure that's your problem.
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    Dell 7559 No brightness/backlight controls

    What Bluetooth card do you have? That should be our starting point. Also, have you tried putting the BT kexts in L/E? That's where you had them before.
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    requires voodootscsync?

    I saw this on another site:
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave 10.14.1

    Flurry screensaver is working again in 18B73a.
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