- Sep 25, 2019
- i5-7300 U
- HD 620
- Mobile Phone
I just have this 2 photos, at the boot logo it stucks.Boot with the -v (verbose setting in clover) so you can see where it hangs. Hit the spacebar at boot, scroll down and check verbose, then school back up an choose boot with selected options and post the result
I've had that problem too with my laptop but swapped in a DW1560 instead of trying to get the 1820 to work. You can try this here but no idea if it will change anything, I never tried it.I found the problem, for some reason it doesn't boot with the wifi card installed, but without its working.
I use a DW1820A, someone have an idea what I have todo to let it work with it?
I've had that problem too with my laptop but swapped in a DW1560 instead of trying to get the 1820 to work. You can try this here but no idea if it will change anything, I never tried it.
This repo will contain drivers for DW1820A m.2 2230 Wifi card for Mac/Windows/Linux - DELL-DW1820A-Drivers/MacOS (Hackintosh) at master · ameeno/DELL-DW1820A-Driversgithub.com
I gave up now, I tried so many ways but none worked for me.
Which DW you recommend? I would use a DW1830 or even higher, I forgot what comes next after 1820a and 1830.
So i have to buy the 1560, bc the 1830 doesnt fit into the NUC (i checked yesterday).See here for a guide, post #138 deals with that specific card and may have some additional information and tips for you to try before you give up completely. Otherwise the DW 1560 works well, the 1820A is kind of notorious for being difficult.
Broadcom WiFi/Bluetooth [Guide] WiFi and Bluetooth working out of box on macOS with Apple branded Broadcom BCM94360. Enables specific half mini and M.2 BCM94352 on macOS with methods described below. Credit: RehabMan This thread does not support: macOS/Continuity Atheros/Qualcomm...www.tonymacx86.com
If none of the other suggestions work I would then suggest removing all add on kexts from L/ E and using this EFI folder bring it has worked for other NUC7 users. https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...i-nuc7i7bxx-nuc8i7bxx-etc.261711/post-2028881
So, getting rid of FakePCIID.kext and FakePCIID_Intel_HDMI_Audio.kext and installing the modified AppleALC.kext, according to post #1594 gave me a new analog headphone option (that's actually working) in System Preferences > Sound > Output, but still no digital HDMI anywhere to be found.
As my last final try I might do the EFI folder thing you suggested:
Could you tell me how a vanilla Mojave /Library/Extensions should look like? I'd hate to uninstall some essential system kexts by mistake. My guess would be, to uninstall every kext with the 2019-11-21 date (see attached screenshot), but I'm not really sure.
And another question: As I stated in my original post, I installed Clover and Mojave via UniBeast/MultiBeast. Could my missing digital audio output be a consequence of that? I'd say no, but what do I know?
Yes, the kexts you highlighted can be deleted and then relocated. BTW you seem to have some extra kexts you can eliminate if you aren't using an M2 Wifi Bluetooth adapter. Any of the BRCM prefix kexts are extraneous as are the BT4LEfixup and Airport kexts. After you delete whatever kexts then be sure to rebuild the kext cache.
Yes, its possible you selected something with Multibeast that hosed your HDMI sound, maybe not but it's possible. I haven't used MB for quite some time but if I remember right there are some sound options that could be responsible. An update or reinstall would fix that.
Wondering what would happen with the modified AppleALC.kext applied and then adding the FakePCIID.kext and FakePCIID_Intel_HDMI_Audio.kext back in?