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  1. So, the High Sierra was released a few days ago and I just downloaded and installed it today to my test USB hard drive and it worked beautifully on my HP x360 HD4400 i7-4510u. I skipped the Sierra 10.12 due to Safari problems and Graphics. This one fixed everything. I'll have a full tutorial when I have a chance - But things you need are: Clover 4220, Lilu.kext 1.1.7, AppleALC.kext 1.1.4, IntelGraphicsFixUp.kext 1.1.7, everything else can be used from the El Capitan if you had it working, if not, wait for my tutorial from beginning to end. Cheers, Louis
  2. I installed macOS Sierra on my HP x360 15-u011dx i7-4510u Haskell HD4400. Here are my steps: 1. Create an 8GB macOS Sierra USB installer using Windows 7 2. Create a 500GB USB hard drive for Mac OS X testing all Mac OS X and install macOS Sierra in one 40GB partition. 3. Install macOS Sierra onto the USB drive and make sure everything works or NOT working. Until I get the backlight keys and audio keys to work, I will use the external USB drive to run macOS Sierra. - Patch clover for BCM94352HMB to work. - Use Rehabman's USBInjectAll.kext to run USB ports without patching anything - All USB ports work even the Bluetooth 4.0 with handoff. - Patch DSDT for battery and Graphics to work perfectly with Rehabman FakePCIIDHD4400_4600.kext FakePCIID.kext. - Get patched Trackpad.prefPane for Trackpad to work. I'll update when something else comes up. Cheers, Louis