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    [Guide] Lenovo Thinkpad T440S using Clover UEFI hotpatch

    I have run in to the same issue with mine. The only thing I have found that works each time is to copy the EFI from the Clover USB stick and pasted into the EFI partition. When I did that, it worked perfectly. I don't really understand why this works since from what I can see the content between...
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    [Guide] Lenovo Thinkpad T440S using Clover UEFI hotpatch

    What steps should be taken to update Clover? I'm on 4945. Could I update through Clover Configurator or should it be installed manually?
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    [Guide] Lenovo Thinkpad T440S using Clover UEFI hotpatch

    --Update-- Found the issue with audio...after performing a clean install I used Migration Assistant to move profile, applications and documents (deselected settings option under profile) over to the new install from a backup. This overwrote the EFI with the previous version from the beta method...
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    [Guide] Lenovo Thinkpad T440S using Clover UEFI hotpatch

    Amazing progress Sniki! Preparing to upgrade from 10.14.3 that I installed using your previous beta method in the High Sierra forum. Any issues with using Migration Assistant after a clean install?
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    Did you have to do anything after update to get audio working? I've been following the various update threads with interest and keep seeing an issue with 10.14.4 and audio.
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    It appears that there may be some additional updates that need to be performed for 10.4.14 to behave properly. I have not updated, so I have no personal experience with this, but since you have already updated you might try the advice located here.
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    BIOS modification is not necessary. You need to be on BIOS 2.36 which does not contain a whitelist so the WIFI/Bluetooth card can be changed out. If you have a higher BIOS, it's still possible to downgrade. Search in this thread for instructions.
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    You are very welcome.
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    I'm not certain, but I believe that 2.36 is the only T440s BIOS that is whitelist-free. From what I understand, it was not intentional on the part of Lenovo but was released without a whitelist in place.
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    I started with the original buttonless trackpad and it worked fine, but the experience was clunky...literally. I changed it out for the T450 trackpad by Synaptics and the tracking is improved I think and the physical buttons make for a much better experience. Swapping it out isn't too bad, but I...
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    If the stock WiFi/Bluetooth card is installed, then WiFi will not work since it is not supported. You'll need to change it out with a Broadcom BCM94352Z, but make sure you're getting the correct one. There are two versions. You need the one with two slots rather than one. Before changing out the...
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    Laptops for Mojave

    The Lenovo ThinkPad T440s is a little bit older but is an outstanding choice. I picked up a barely-used T440s from an executive via eBay, swapped out the WiFi/Bluetooth card and have a 100% compatible Mojave install. Sleep, sound, WiFi, Bluetooth, iMessage, App store...100% functionality. 15+...
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    Does your USB boot successfully? If so, copy the EFI dir from the USB and paste it into the EFI partition of your HDD/SSD. That's what I had to do in order to finally get mine booting properly. To view the EFI dir of the HDD/SSD, you need to run a couple of commands in Terminal. In terminal...
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    I had this problem of either freezing or entering a boot loop like you state. What worked for me was replacing the EFI folder in the EFI partition on the SSD with the one on the boot USB. I describe how I did it here.
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    [Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440S

    There is a post where another user did just what you have done. He took the old card that he had removed and used it as a template to modify the new card to fit. I haven't tried it so can't provide any personal recommendation, but he seems to have been successful doing so. And, by the way, it's...
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