- Jan 29, 2016
- T430 2349CTO/X250
- i5-3230m/QM77 & i5-5330u
- Intel HD4000 1600x900 / HD5500 (1920x1080)
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- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Hello fraisdos125,Hi Agungand,
I will start the guide probably tomorrow morning. I wonder if the best is to do a new post or edit the 1st one of this thread.
See you soon ;-)
OK, I don't know the content of this.
Man! Jump up to Sierra, you are awesome. Will read the thread and prepare connection to download sierra installer.First version here: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-lenovo-x250.206197/
I did it from my souvenirs, tell me if it is digestible ;-) ?
First, update the bios to the latest version and take care to the DSDT. You should get your own. I recommend F4 at clover boot for getting the original files and apply the attached patches + two manual mods (patches have to be applied first):
- First manual mods is related to the merge method from two batteries to one: find and replace every "Notify (...BAT1)" or Notify (...BAT2)" by "Notify (....BATC)" and declare that BATC is an external DeviceObj by adding these two lines:
External (BATC, DeviceObj)
External (_SB.PCI0.LPC.EC.BATC, DeviceObj)
Don't forget to add and compile SSDT-BATC provided by rehabman (thanks again for all the job he does).
Do the same modifications into the file SSDT-3.
- Apply patches "4_graphics_Rename-PCI0_VID.txt" & "5_graphics_Rename-B0D3.txt" into the file SSDT-10 and manually find and replace "VID" by "IGPU" and "B0D3" by "HDAU".
Don't forget to patch the file SSDT-1 with "4_graphics_Rename-PCI0_VID.txt".
For more information on which patches to apply on which .dsl file, have a look to the numbers file attached. You should check if this table is reflecting your config.
Fans & temp:
Which CPU do you have ?
Did you create your own ssdt ?
I use the voodoo driver, ioio rehabman mod (install it first) and an automator script I have created: available in the attached files.
Start by creating your own ssdt, we don't have the same CPU.Hi i haven't created my own ssdt since i'm travelling yet and i don't have to much electricity nor internet, but is on the ToDo list, after the bios update the cpu keeps the same, is an core i5-5200, since i read is a common problem on real macs and disabling the TurboBoost can fix things but i haven't managed to disable it, will research further...
at the moment machine is running satisfactory, as soon as i have my internet connection i get it to work better.
Thanks everybody for your support
Could you test those drivers on Windows? Found in https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...94352z-m-2-card-on-asus-rog751-laptop.197402/.[....]
- Wireless&bluetooth card Intel AC...replaced by a Broadcom 94352z (I would recommend another model: no driver for windows)