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    • By Lorkiyn
      Hey,
       
      so I just can't get my trackpad working. I'm running Catalina with OC (v0.5.8 debug) on my Gigabyte Aero 15x9.
      I followed the OC vanilla laptop guide and created a GPI0 SSDT fitting to my device name but it didn't help. I have VoodooI2C and VoodooI2CHID in my kexts folder because the publisher of my trackpad is "Microsoft" accordingly to Windows.
      I have stumbled across the DSDT patches from VoodooI2C, but since you can't load your patched DSDT on OC I didn't know what to do with them.
       
      According to VoodooI2C-HID satellite description you need a "PNP0C50" trackpad, which mine is.
       
      I noticed that there are some messages during, boot from Voodoo-Something, after selecting boot device in OC. But these messages are not logged in any log file I can find. So I don't know what exactly they are saying.
       
      Thank you in advance
       
      EFI.zip
      opencore-2020-05-31-141607.txt
      Windows_device_manager.tar
    • By blackandwhite
      Hello everyone!

      I'm doing my first Hackintosh ever on my laptop which is Lenovo Ideapad 310-15ISK. Specification:
      CPU: Intel Core i5 6200U
      GPU: Intel HD 520 + Nvidia 920MX (I know I won't be able to use it on macOS)
      RAM: 8 GB DDR4 (4 GB is soldered on mobo)
      Host bridge: Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v5/E3-1500 v5/6th Gen Core Processor Host Bridge/DRAM Registers (rev 08)

      I was able to successfully install Mojave using Rehabman Skylake config with additional memory config found in some tutorial. It works pretty stable without two things - I have no battery status and brightness control. After I've installed ACPIBatteryManager.kext there is battery indicator but showing always 0% and if I unplug power supply it gives me warning about low battery status. After installing IntelBacklight.kext I wasn't able to run macOS at all. As I know there is DSDT patch needed to run these things up. Problem is I'm not really that good in programming and my failed to understand how it works and made patches by myself. I wasn't able to find patches either, this laptop doesn't seem to be very popular in Hackintosh community. I've found patches for similar laptops (310-15IKB and 320-15ISK) but these laptops have different CPUs. I don't wanna to broke something by using bad patch. Is this safe? If not then how I can run these things up? Is there any similar DSDT that I can use with minimal differences? 

      I post you my ACPI folder, thank you in advance for answers.
      ACPI.zip
    • By Cimmerian_Iter
      Hello everyone i have a sony vaio svd1321Z9E intel i7-4500U/4400HD and 8G of ram and using opencore 5.6
      I made a battery patch following rehabman tutorials and i think the patch looks good, but when i try to load it with the kext my pc won't boot to the home menu.

      Like i it does the verbose boot then show me a grey glitchy screen with scattered apple logo.

      Normally it should give this screen then immediately turn into a black apple loading screen (still glitchy) and then return back to normal once it boot into the desktop menu of mac os. (my gpu problem that i never managed to fix but doesn't bother me)

      I would like to know how i could debug and solve this problem. Any help is appreciated.
      Here are my DSDT, config and my battery patch

       
      config.plist
      DSDT.dsl
      SSDT-BATT-3.aml
    • By williamdc
      EDIT: configurazione completata e funzionante!
      Guida: 
      - Sostituire la vostra cartella Clover con quella in allegato
      - Installare, i Kext in L/E (vedi archivio allegato):
      [VoodooTSCSync (risolve il lag dopo lo sleep); FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics.kext; FakePCIID.kext (questi ultimi due non so se son necessari onestamente)]
       
      Cosa non funziona:
       
      - Scheda di rete wireless Intel integrata, da sostituire
      - Radeon 530
      - Facetime/iMessage
      - Dopo lo sleep, il touchpad ogni tanto impazzisce. Basta soltanto cliccare il tasto sinistro del touchpad e torna a funzionare egregiamente. 
       
      Tutto il resto funziona!
       
       
      Migliorie apportate: 
       
      - Sostituito HDD 2TB (molto lento) con un SSD Crucial (dalle stalle alle stelle).
       
      - Installato Boom2 per l'audio. Costa 10€ ma permette di avere un audio potente come su Windows, super consigliato!
       
      - DA SOSTITUIRE: Scheda Wifi. Aggiornerò il post appena fatto, sto cercando l'opzione migliore. Per ora sto usando un pennino Wifi mini, il TP-Link TL-WN823N v3, che è compatibile con MacOs (i driver li fornisce la stessa TP-Link). Tuttavia credo ci siano opzioni ben più performanti e a un prezzo migliore, io già lo avevo. 
       
      - Sostituito pannello LCD con uno più performante; Il problema di questo laptop è sempre stato il suo display orribile. Pessimi colori, risoluzione solo HD, e angoli di visione penosi. Sostituitelo con il seguente modello e trasformerete questo laptop: 
       
      B156HAN01.1 o B156HAN01.2
       
      Il display in questione ha risoluzione full HD, ha angoli di visione perfetti e colori molto migliori. Davvero un ottima scelta. Il connettore è un 30 pin, io personalmente l'ho preso su Amazon ma non è più disponibile, in ogni caso si trova in giro, basta cercare la sigla. 
       
      ATTENZIONE: Per la sostituzione del display NON SEGUITE LE GUIDE SU YOUTUBE o potreste danneggiare irreparabilmente l'hinge cover! Seguite questa guida: 
       
      https://it.ifixit.com/Guida/Lenovo+IdeaPad+330+Screen+Replacement+Guide/120240
       
       
       
      Credits: un sentito grazie ad Insanelymac.com e a  MaLd0n che ha sistemato gran parte delle cose! Buon Hackintosh 
       
       
      CLOVER.zip
       
      Kext in L-E.zip
       
       

    • By welker
      Hello people,
      I'm having trouble enabling the battery status. I already installed Kext ACPIBatteryManager and tried to apply a ready-made RehabMan patch for Dell models, the patch compiles without errors but does not correct the problem.
      The percentage is stuck at 99% and the icon is as if it were charging, Can someone help me?
       
      My laptop is a Dell Inspiron 14 Series, model i14-5458
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