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Track Pad not working on Lenovo Ideapad 320S 14IKB

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I was previously using clover with Catalina and on that everything worked very good, now i shifted to Opencore everything is working on laptop except trackpad, from windows is searched that my trackpad is "Microsoft HID" and i have tried all the VoodoI2 kexts, seperately like VoodoI2CHID, VoodoI2CELAN, VoodoI2CSynaptics but trackpad won't work. Previously i was using VoodoI2CHID on clover and trackpad was working very fine.
Kindly help me in that, a little help would be appreciated.
 I have attached my OpenCore EFI Folder

 

OC EFI.zip

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