I got the initial install of EC going on my W510, booted back to it from the install drive and everything looked ok.
I had added VooDooPS2 and my WIFI kexts already so those items were already up and running.
I ran the clover post install item for legacy, added my previously working DSDT file...
[SOLVED] Yosemite KP on Lenovo W510 / Install guide
I got the Yosemite installer to boot and run on my Lenovo W510, however...
After the installer finishes and reboots I am getting a panic no matter what I try.
This is not my first hackintosh, but the screen is not giving me any clues as to...
Working on a lenovo T410.
Have mavericks installed and most everything is working.
However, I randomly have instances where after the boot screen, the Apple logo screen comes up and the system loses connection to the HD. It just stops working.
I would say this happens 50% of the time.
What is the benefit of using the kernel cache on boot?
Is it just a speed thing?
I have Mavericks installed on a Dell Precision T3500.
I currently have
in the org.chameleon.Boot.plist file but the machine will only boot about one in 5 times.
I almost have my Mavericks install complete on my Lenovo W510.
Just a few small lingering issues to iron out.
After the basic install the system was reading my CPU at the correct frequency. 2.67 GHz.
With RehabMan's help, I have patched my DSDT to get the battery stats working.
I installed Mavericks on my Lenovo W510 notebook from the USB drive.
Had to use the GraphicsEnabler flag but otherwise, clean easy install.
After the initial installer finished and I rebooted for the first time using the USB drive, most everything is working right out of the box.
So, I was able to do a clean SL install on my Lenovo W510 using iBoot.
I have almost everything going but have a question about the trackpad.
After the initial install of SL (10.6.3) the trackpad was working fine.
It was detected by the system as a trackpad and I could scroll, click etc.