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29 minutes ago, jande said:

Hello again, I upload the files generated with the Black.Dragon74's. Thank you

debug_6364.zip

I started to examine your debug files, but stopped after noticing that your installation is the result of multiple methods.  It looks like you followed my instructions after already installing with another method.  Please perform a clean installation of Mojave and Clover using my instructions in Post #1 of this thread.  You'll need to delete the old files in your EFI first.

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Hello tonyx86 and thank you very much.

Now everything works except the audio that is badly heard and that I cannot operate the docking port display.
For me to reinstall everything is complicated.

Anyway thank you very much for your help. :)

 

I'll continue studying

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33 minutes ago, jande said:

The audio problem is solved by adding the following VoodooHDA.kext driver in \ CLOVER \ kexts \ Other

VoodooHDA.kext.zip

Congrats on solving your own issue, but I'm surprised it works.  Is it possible that you uploaded the wrong debug files?  Your patched ACPI files (in the files you uploaded) are not what I provided in this thread.  Again, congratulations.  Glad you got it working.  I wish I could take credit, but it was all you.

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I tried to boot with your ACPI patched and it doesn't work for me.
I was testing with others ACPI patched until it started.
The truth is that I am a newbie

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On 2/1/2020 at 3:04 PM, jande said:

I tried to boot with your ACPI patched and it doesn't work for me.
I was testing with others ACPI patched until it started.
The truth is that I am a newbie

That's ok - we all started as newbie's and I'm FAR from an expert.  My other thread for installing Catalina has better installation instructions.  I'm not going to spare you the learning that you'll need to do in order to become proficient with Hackintosh - I'd be doing you a disservice.  You need to understand it in order to maintain it.  It's not good enough to be able to install it.  Just be patient with yourself.  I would highly recommend that you start with a clean installation of Catalina - do not try to upgrade your current installation.   If you really do have a Dell Latitude E6410 with NVidia 3100m graphics and BIOS version A17, your ACPI is wrong.  Follow my Catalina instructions with a clean disk.

 

EDIT: I deleted my comment about staying with 10.15.2. Just follow my instructions in Post #1 of the Catalina thread.

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Deleted comment about staying with 10.15.2

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@tonyx86 I was wondering why my Geekbench CPU test is so bellow yours. Its like 700 for one core and 1500 for multi. Do you imagine something?

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1 hour ago, vbmota said:

@tonyx86 I was wondering why my Geekbench CPU test is so bellow yours. Its like 700 for one core and 1500 for multi. Do you imagine something?

 

Did you mean to post this here instead of in the Catalina thread?  Please post your black.dragon74 problem reporting files.

 

Also - you're using GeekBench4 and not GeekBench5, right?

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12 hours ago, tonyx86 said:

 

Did you mean to post this here instead of in the Catalina thread?  Please post your black.dragon74 problem reporting files.

 

Also - you're using GeekBench4 and not GeekBench5, right?

 

I mistakenly post here. Sorry.

As I generate my black.dragon74, will post for you. Thanks.

Yep, Geekbench4.

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@vbmota Here's my Latitude E6410's GeekBench5.1 score when running Mojave 10.14.6.  My Latitude E6410 has an i7-620m.

 

 

Screen Shot 2020-02-07 at 10.41.17 PM.png

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Thank you! Did you notice any significant improvement when upgrading to Catalina or is the performance similar?

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46 minutes ago, vbmota said:

Thank you! Did you notice any significant improvement when upgrading to Catalina or is the performance similar?

 

Too close to call.  If there is a difference, I think Catalina performs better.

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EDIT: This new DSDT and a new CLOVER config.plist are now included in the E6410-Mojave.zip attachment in Post #1 of this thread. The updated config.plist removes CLOVER USB Fixes that are no longer necessary.  Kexts have not been updated in the E6410-Mojave.zip attachment, so if you update your Mojave installation with the new EFI attached to Post #1, you will still need to follow all of the Catalina upgrade instructions (including new kexts) if you upgrade to Catalina by following the instructions in this thread.

 

A new DSDT for the Latitude E6410 is attached.  Replace your DSDT in EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched with the DSDT attached to this post.  Details below.

 

I found an incorrectly applied patch in my Latitude E6410 DSDT.  This DSDT has been incorrect since I first applied patches for Mojave and explains why I originally thought I needed to enable USBFix in CLOVER config.plist (which I ended up not having to do).  I had incorrectly applied the _DSM patch for Device (EHC1).  This _DSM patch was nested inside of Device EHC1.RHUB1 instead of up one level in Device EHC1.

 

This error doesn't appear to have affected USB behavior, but I haven't finished testing. Please replace your Latitude E6410 DSDT (in EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched) with this new one.

 

I will eventually update the EFI attached to Post #1 in this thread and to the Catalina Thread.

 

 

DSDT.zip

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I applied the most recent Mojave 10.14.6 Security Patch by following these steps:

  1. Create Mojave 10.14.6 USB Installer using DosDude Mojave Patcher 1.3.7
  2. Apply Mojave 10.14.6 security patch via System Preferences > Software Update
  3. After Mojave Security Patch is applied, reboot from USB Installer created in Step 1
  4. Select Post Install Utility and apply only the Legacy Graphics Patch
  5. After Mojave restarts, open terminal and run 'sudo kextcache -i /'
  6. Reboot

If the Legacy Graphics patch has been applied correctly, HWMonitor will show the GPU sensor parameters.

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An updated EFI for the Latitude E6410 (NVidia Graphics) is attached to Post #1 of this thread.  Details are below.  Note that I am no longer updating kexts in /Library/Extensions for Mojave since the existing kexts work fine in Mojave.  I am continuing to update kexts for Catalina, so you will need to follow my Catalina installation/upgrade instructions if upgrading from Mojave to Catalina.

 

Changes in E6410-Mojave-v4.zip attached to Post #1

  • Addition of SSDT-USBX.aml (install in EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched) - injects MacBookPro6,2 USB wake/sleep power properties which have been removed from IOUSBHostFamily.kext after High Sierra 10.13.6
  • DSDT changes
    • Resolve a few ACPI compile warnings (fixes borrowed from Slice's E6430 DSDT)
    • Rename EHCx to EH0x in DSDT (the only instance of these renames is in the DSDT, so no need for Clover to do this)
    • Other minor revisions 
  • Disabled EHCx -> EH0x renames in CLOVER config.plist (no longer necessary after performing renames in DSDT)

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