- Dec 17, 2011
- Intel NUC6i3SKY
- HD 520
I have the same problem, can't boot with a 16gb ram module. Only with the preinstalled 4gb module. Can you please provide the info you're talking about how to fix it? Thanks in advance!Hi, I'm glad to see there's recent activity in this thread (there seems to be several Lenovo V330 threads here, though). Lenovo had a $450 doorbuster for the V330 so this is my new laptop. The keyboard is sure worse than HP. A Bluetooth keyboard and trackpad might be good future accessories.
Unibeast (Mojave) worked almost with no modification. But this is 2019. The Lenovo came with 12 GB of RAM, which was problem. I had to specify the physical RAM configuration in Clover's config.plist. If anyone else with more than 8 GB of RAM is having trouble getting your Lenovo V330 to boot, let me know and I'll post the method in detail.
Also, this is 2019, and the physical configuration of the V330-15IKB seems to be different from what's been described in earlier posts. This one has no AMD Radeon graphics. I have two type A USB ports and one type C port.
The trackpad on this laptop just doesn't seem to work. Does anyone have a recently manufactured V330 (similar configuration to mine) and got your trackpad to work? FWIW the ACPI ID comes up as TPD0, so that's how different the currently sold hardware is.
After configuring config.plist via clover configurator and setting the memory slots manually (2 slots, with slot 1 for the first memory and slot 2 for the second memory defined) everything works now! No panic!
Anyway it would be a HUGE DEAL if there will be a openCore tutorial for this laptop!
I would even spend some money to you for your work on openCore!
Thank in in advance!
UPDATE LATEST WORKING CLOVER VERSION:
The last working Clover version seems to be: Clover_v2.5k_r5070.zip
Every later version throughs out ACPI errors.
UPDATE FILEVAULT2 WORKING:
FV2 does not work out of the box.
You have to delete this code insight the config.plist to make it work:
<key>Hide</key> <array> <string>Preboot</string> </array>
Are there any plans to make it comptible with Opencore? That would be awesome!