- May 3, 2018
- Lenovo G510 Clover
- i5 4200M
- HD 4600 / HD 8570M
- Mobile Phone
Please update the link. I hope you hear me.Spent most of yesterday getting most things working. Still a few rough edges.
Haswell Core i5-4200m / Intel HD 4600
4gb DDR3 @ 1600mhz
250gb Samsung 840evo upgraded from the 500gb WD Blue
Broadcom BCM43142 PCI ID#14e4:4365
I've had this laptop for a few months, played with Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Win 8.1, but I really want OSX to be flawless on it but it's always been kind of a pain. I had OSX booting the first day I owned it in February, but couldn't get everything working. So I'm giving it another go, and have most things working so far.
Brightness (DSDT/SSDT patch)
Sound incl. Mic
all USB ports
Brightness buttons on keyboard
SD Card reader (maybe it does, haven't even tried it)
I'm pretty happy so far, as wifi is the biggest issue for me, but I have a WUSB600N V2 sitting around that can be used, however I use it in my desktop, so I've ordered a Edimax EW-7811Un for $8.95, it shouldn't get in the way, and the built in wifi is a no-go and the BIOS has a Whitelist, so this may be the best option. Clover is the best solution, but is a pain to configure, not super excited about that, I used the configuration for the Haswell/HD4600 from the HP ProBook thread for booting both the installer, and the final install.
Format a 8gb or larger USB drive as MBR with a ~500mb FAT32 partition for booting, and the remainder as HFS+ Journaled for the installer, drag my included EFI folder to the FAT32 Partition, run Unibeast and 'install' to the HFS+ partition. After install, use something like Clover Configurator to Mount EFI partition, dump the same EFI folder there, it includes the DSDT/SSDT patch for worki
Download: I'm going to include a download to the above software, and include a lspci list I did from Ubuntu, and the DSDT/SSDT tables folder I dumped from Ubuntu as well, I'll also include the DSDT/SSDT that is patched for the brightness fix.
Any advice would be appreciated on getting sleep and brightness buttons working!