I have this laptop running Mojave.
I disabled the touchscreen to save battery, since a single touch touchscreen is useless for me.
Everything else works fine.
Except sleep. I always get a kernel panic type 14 when waking up. I really, really can't find the kext culprit and my ram modules are...
I tried cpufriend and cpufrienddataprovider kexts. I tried the ones given on the example link you provided, and also tried the ones created by the script on this link:
no matter what I do, I can only achieve idle frequencies...
I can't get my hackintosh to use idle frequency at 0.8GHz (for battery life optimization purposes).
I used to achieve that only after waking up from sleep when I had custom ssdt.aml in /EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/PATCHED folder, but I was advised to not use it on my build, so I deleted it.
and this is the kernel panic log just generated, after an unsuccessful wake up from sleep.
Anonymous UUID: 7A447AEE-1996-9BAD-ECCF-C458F327DF98
Sun Mar 31 11:49:05 2019
*** Panic Report ***
panic(cpu 2 caller 0xffffff80106dd16d): Kernel trap at 0xffffff7f93da2ddb, type 14=page fault...
I installed all kexts to /L/E according to your instructions!
And used the recommended tool to generate the attached report file.
As per the attached screen capture, the idle frequency stays at 1.2GHz.
Now, 0.92GHz-0.97GHz idle freq can only be achieved after system sleep.
I already have...
I deleted the two .aml files you recommended. I changed config.plist InjectKexts to Detect. And I'm sure FakeSMC is correctly installed in /L/E.
But now, after rebooting, the keyboard, magic mouse and trackpad, none of them works. Although bluetooth is working, as well as wi-fi. I...
Thank you very much for your prompt reply!!!
I'll modify my system accordingly and will advise here after testing it.
EDIT: FakeSMC is not missing in /Library/Extensions, it is there.
I have Mojave 10.14.4 on my Dell 13" 5378-B40C laptop (i7 7500U, Intel HD 620).
Almost everything works, except a few things:
1. I can't get idle frequency at 0.8GHz. It stays at 1.10GHz when I use ssdt.aml. It stays at 1.30GHz when I don't. It stays at 0.80GHz only after waking up from sleep...
successfully made a clean install of sierra basically following the guide provided by the op for el capitan.
updated via app store, now on 10.12.2 and everything works: hdmi sound, sleep, shutdown.
it is really a mistery why el capitan wouldn't install at all, but whatever, its ok now.
First, I would like to thank Ammulder for this extensive and detailed guide.
I have read it countless times, but I finally decided to ask for help. I searched this thread and other ones too, but I finally realized that I am not able to find a solution by myself.
This is not my first...