- Oct 27, 2015
- EliteBook 850 G2
I haven't been on this thread in a few months. Have we got the trackpad working on the new 2019 Razer Blades yet?
As per rules, please update your hardware profile to allow others to help you easierI have almost everything running on my 2019 rtx 2070 blade, but the sound would not work some times. It's a very strange bug because it will work some times and then after booting into windows and going back to macOS it will stop working. When I try to restart macOS then, it will hang in the loading screen on startup. After hard resetting it everything works again, booting and sound. Has anyone got an idea on how to fix this?
This is normal and doesn't have any connection with your laptop not booting up properly. The message you are talking about is printed when the actual full charge capacity is higher than the design capacity reported by the BIOS. Our laptops apparently ship with a slighly bigger battery than the one advertised.My Mojave install boots up successfully only one out of three times. Have the 2018 model. Anyone else experiencing this? The ACPIBattery warning will keep printing when it fails to boot.
I would suggest that you extract and repatch everything from scratch. I'm pretty sure this will take care of your touchpad not working.Hey everyone. I've been thoroughly enjoying macos on this machine thanks to this thread but wanted to give you guys heads up with this whole ZombieLoad Intel exploit. Supposedly manufacturers are recommending turning off Hyper-Threading as a temporary fix. I turned it off and my trackpad stopped working in macos (i'm running High Sierra). Just wanted to let everyone know if anyone was curious!
That is correct. Our NVIDIA card is directly routed to the HDMI and DP ports but still has to go through the iGPU when it comes to the built-in display.I don't quite understand what you mean by having the Nvidia working on HDMI out only. Does it mean I have to use an external monitor to be able to work with the GPU and the laptop's monitor itself doesn't work?