- Dec 18, 2013
- Lenovo Yoga C740
- Intel UHD Graphics
- Mobile Phone
Yeah I'm not getting anywhere near those 7-10 hours people are reporting, from full battery I get 3.5 hours tops. Any suggestions what I can try? macOS reports 89% battery health. I'm using the DW1830 for WiFi, and a Toshiba m.2 SSD which has native support.The Dell diagnosis says battery condition excellent. However it drains really fast in macOS. Will have to check how it holds up with Windows. Although "working" with Windows is really unpleasant.
It depends on many factors here.Yeah I'm not getting anywhere near those 7-10 hours people are reporting, from full battery I get 3.5 hours tops. Any suggestions what I can try? macOS reports 89% battery health. I'm using the DW1830 for WiFi, and a Toshiba m.2 SSD which has native support.
Same results, not sure but same purpose with different method via SSDT Dynamic hotpatching, not via DSDT fixes. Already included in Clover 3.3 folder at post #1, read earlier posts for more details.Isn't that the same result as checking fixADP1 at clover?
Nope. Already explained here. Fans have proprietary firmware and only 3 RPM fixed settings, no PMW. Contrary to windows you can't have fan control at all. It's hardcoded in the Bios, nothing we can do about it. And it won't work using FakeSMC if you wish on a dream, won't happen.I just installed the 3.3 boot pack, I'l monitor how it works. Ist there a way to reset fan settings or somehow keep them low at low temperatures?
Ok I think I solved this with Pike's updated fix from Feb.
Now, I can't seem to get the internal EFI to boot after updating to 10.14.5 from 10.14.2, but I can boot fine from USB. I tried repasting my Clover and everything to the internal EFI, managed to break windows, but it still doesn't seem to load the Kexts.
Ok, Clover has lost OSX again, which I assume is either from a Window's update somehow or OSX got corrupted, again, despite me never being on it today. The **** part is I always end up having to reinstall windows and configure it again to get OSX reinstalled.
Can someone please help point me in the right direction here? I am losing my mind. More than happy to contribute to someone's beer fund.
Okay, these can be the likely culprits
1 Check your hard drive health - Drives that corrupt like this can be not long of this earth
2 Are you doing 4k sectoring (You can convert your drive using a USB boot of Ubuntu) - Can be done with some models
3 Are you running some weird RAID config
4 Have you disabled hybernation
5 Are you running or somehow enabling filevault
1 According to the dell checks, it is supposedly good. Do you recommend another check? Edit: Crystal Disk Info says the drive is in good health, 100%.
2 I used the kext for non 4k drive from OP, though I did not check in a linux distro if it was 4k capable and Pike's fix for LiteOn. Should I have checked my drive is not on 4k? I honestly never thought dell would have it in 4k mode.
3 Nope, no raid. Only my NVME.
4 Yep, with his built in ktext as a backup and the .sh ran multiple times. Plus I never booted it today and it disappeared today.
5 I am not running it, I doubt it got enabled by accident 5/6 times.
Thank you so much nikoel, I am losing it. I don't mind challenges but I cant find anything on how to diagnose this with google/my usual methods.
Second Edit: Verified it is currently in 512, not sure if it supports 4k or not. I am using the kext from OP for 512.