...related tabs but not the one for actually loading the Mojabe mac OS. I updated high sierra to Mojave and everything went fine. My laptop (Dell E6530) booted up normally, Mojave system loaded up, I finished the setup and spent sometime exploring. I updated clover to the latest version and...
...installed high Sierra 10.13. After some work I managed to turn off the Nvidia GPU and keep the intel hd4000 (ivy) on. Then updated to my dell e6530 then updated to 10.13.06 (using the combo edition, patching update did not work for me). Everything works fine so far, but I have a few...
2 weeks ago I decided to test high sierra on my Dell E6530 (which is also running Windows10 and Fedora28). I managed to install high sierra 10.13 and then after 2 more updates: security update 2017-001 and iTunes 12.08. Then, I got a new update software available message (for...
What was the exact procedure? How did you prepare the installer (I assume the RehabMan way)? In the end NVS is working with this build or only the Optimus disabled iGPU version? What BIOS/UEFI settings were used?
...to install Snow Leopard using the iBoot Ivy Bridge boot loader and the SL retail disc version 10.6.3. The laptop I'm using is a Dell Latitude e6530. In reading the FAQ, I noticed that it specifically mentioned that laptops using Nvidia Optimus switching graphics wouldn't be able to install...
This is not a troubleshooting thread.
And your "Problem Reporting" files are too large anyway.
Open a separate thread.
Attach "Problem Reporting" files as per FAQ.
"Problem Reporting" files are too large (result should not be 20mb).
Read FAQ, "Problem Reporting" again. Carefully. Attach all requested files/output.
...that could be tried and so I thought maybe I would ask on the forum to save myself some trouble.
This is all happening on a Dell Latitude E6530, with an Intel Core I7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and two SSD's running in RAID mode. My systems seems to support both BIOS and UEFI but in UEFI mode it...
You have no multibyte EC fields to patch, so the patching should be easy.
You do have Mutex objects with non-zero SyncLevel, so you will need to patch for that.
Read the main ACPI patching guide. It is linked from post #1.
Hello. I have Dell Latitude E6530 laptop. There is no patch in repo for my laptop.
I have skills to make edits in dsdt. I had Lenovo Y570 and using manual like this i have done battery as well. But in my case with Dell i can't do it.
I have this situation:
- I run El Capitan OS X 10.11.6...
Yes, disabling Optimus will give you the discrete (nVidia GPU) only. On my OS X Latitude E6530, using the dGPU all the time comes at the cost of battery (and some seriously hot air blows out the side!). So just keep that in mind! ^_^
EDIT: Just wanted to add some clarification regarding Optimus...
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I managed to install macOS Sierra on the Dell Latitude E6530 Laptop,
i used Unibeast and after disabling the Graphics Card and inserting some kexts the installation worked just fine.
Its important to use the USB 2.0 on the rear.
-> Load Defaults
Sata Operation -> AHCI
...to El Cap transition.
This Brix was my very first Hackintosh, and it's served as ye olde "Clover Waystation" for my others:
- Latitude E6530 i7 2.6 GHz 16GB 10.11.3
- i5 4690 UD3H 16GB 10.11.4
- i7 4790K UD3H 32GB 10.11.3 4x1TB SSD Dual boot with 980ti Liquid
I wasn't getting QE/CI after...