Has anybody been able to enable QE/CI acceleration in a Thinkpad X220 (Core i5, HD3000). I've followed several guides, the one that took me further was the one at x220.mcdonnelltech.com , following that, everything is working fine except QE/CI. I have 8GB of RAM.
hi guys, is it more likely that two batteries die (HP Probook 430 G3 and 470 G3) or that the battery kexts don't do the trick on Skylake? It doesn't seem to be me because it works on an older 430 G2 Broadwell. TIA
update - figured it out myself - BIOS update - so crucial - maybe it might help others
Usb is booting and I can see the High Sierra install part.
1- I have a kernel error if I leave slide=0 in the args
2- I remove the slide=0 and the white text gets longer but at some point the install reboot itself without reaching the macos installation screen.
My EFI folder is linked below, don't know what I need to add for you to get the full detail.
Also manage to get a screenshot of the screen at the panic stage.
Thanks for your help !
EDIT : Issue looks to be solved by :
- removing argument : slide=0 (causes kernel error)
- switching DropTables version from minimal to aggressive in the config.plist as suggested in the "Note regarding CPU power management and SSDTs " part of the guide...
High Sierra is installed and now to proceed with the post installation...
i have probook 4540s.
i used your site guide frome maveriks to mojave.
after updating to mojave..my 4540s is lagy and slow on loanch apps for first use.
sometimes finder will crash.
what you think?
Thank you for this guide I have an Elitebook 810 G3, and I followed the procedure I used the 8x0 G3 Broadwell Plist, and it's experiencing some issues. When I disconnect power it crashes, and boot loops.. Also the audio is not working at all. I saw in earlier posts you were looking for the USB Customization IOREG so I included that with my log files. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.