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Hello and welcome to InsanelyMac. 😃


We can't help you if we haven't a clue what we're dealing...🙄


Do this:


Rather than post a link to a locked/acces-controlled Google drive that's just gonna get totally ignored, please list your hardware specs directly in your thread:

  • desktop/laptop (ideally exact computer model)
  • exact CPU model
  • exact GPU model (UHD615 does not exist)
  • audio codec (eg: Realtek ALCxxx, IDT xxHDyyyy)
  • LAN card (eg: Intel iXXXYY, Realtek RTLxxxx)
  • wireless/bluetooth card (eg: Broadcom BCMxxxx, Intel AC-yyyy)
  • card reader model (eg: Realtek RTSxxxx)
  • etc.
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This is a low-end Kaby Lake system; you may follow the Dortania guidance for such platform.

Use the SMBIOS of the 2017 MacBook10,1; there was a Core m3 model fitted with M3-7Y32 CPU and HD615 graphics. Refer to the WEG User Manual if need be.

ALC269 should be supported with Lilu + AppleALC; check out the AppleALC repo for layout id values.

Intel wireless card should be somehow supported with the usual OpenIntelWireless stuff. Limitations apply.

Touchscreens usually are USB-based; in many cases they work OOB once you've mapped all your ports but I found that, from Big Sur onwards, they no longer appear natively supported. You could find you'd have to call on some payable 3rd party software to get yours working.


Good luck.

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