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  1. boardschauer

    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    I am facing one issue though: The touchpad is recognizing only one finger at a time. So no gestures are recognized, e.g. scrolling with two fingers. It doesn't matter which setting I choose in the touchpad settings. With the tool FingerMgmt I see that the touchpad is recognizing only one finger...
  2. boardschauer

    Catalina on Asus Zenbook Pro UX580GE

    Please see my post on the other toppic, it could help to fix your Screenpad (at least to behave as a touchpad): https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/voodooi2c-help-and-support.243378/post-2181060
  3. boardschauer

    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    I had the same problem with my ASUS UX434FLC. The Screenpad device did not work at all. A little detail helped to solve the problem in my case: As you can see in your ioreg the VoodooI2CTouchscreenHIDEventDriver is binding to ETPD. This is probably caused by the nature of Screenpad (it is both...
  4. boardschauer

    ASUS ZenBook 14 UX431FAC - Nice Hackintosh

    Finally I found that there is a Micron 2200 NVMe inside my ZenBook (UX434FLC-A5305T). Unfortunatelly this SSD seems to be not compatible at all (https://dortania.github.io/Anti-Hackintosh-Buyers-Guide/Storage.html).
  5. boardschauer

    ASUS ZenBook 14 UX431FAC - Nice Hackintosh

    Thank you very much. I will try it and inform you about the outcome.
  6. boardschauer

    ASUS ZenBook 14 UX431FAC - Nice Hackintosh

    Any chance to get your EFI? I own a similar ZenBook (UX434, Comet lake, Intel NVMe) but after hours of trying I didn't get managed to use the Intel NVMe. Either I get a KP from the NVMe module or (if I patch NVMe away) the system is booting to the graphics but no NVMe is displayed.
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