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  1. I recently picked up a non-functional Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27" all-in-one touchscreen PC. After installing a new motherboard , I went straight to U{censored}. Two days later , I have a rather large all-in-one running macOS Sierra with a fully functioning touchscreen. However, I'm still having a few issues with Bluetooth drivers and I'm unable to boot from Internal EFI. I'll post more as I work out the kinks. Any help or suggestions on the issues I'm having would be greatly appreciated. The Bluetooth module requires a BCM20702a0 kext/driver which I have installed several versions of with no luck. An onscreen keyboard would be a nice addition but highly unlikely.
  2. Hello, I have recently been making a hackintosh out of my Acer V5-571. I originally installed Mavericks using a link from an installation guid for mavericks and got everything but the touchscreen to work ( I wasn't even sure that touchscreen worked on OS X) and the brightness of the screen to be brighter. I installed Yosemite instead hoping to fix my brightness issue, which still persists. My real problem that I want to solve before fixing the brightness is that Yosemite only recognizes the touchscreen. So the touchscreen works but the trackpad doesn't, the complete opposite of when Mavericks was installed. I want to have both the touchscreen and the trackpad working. Here is my system specs. ? Processor: 2.29 GHz Intel?Core?i5 Memory: 4 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics:?Intel?HD?Graphics 4400 1536 MB ? Edit: I just woke the computer from sleep and the trackpad is working, the only problem is what it was doing on mac before. The trackpad is recognised as a mouse and there is no multitouch. I did get the trackpad to recognize as a trackpad in mavericks. ? Here are the kexts I used to get everything working: ACPIBatteryManager.kext.zip ApplePS2SmartTouchPad.kext.zip RealtekRTL8111.kext.zip VoodooHDA.kext.zip IO80211Family.kext.zip IOath3kfrmwr.kext.zip
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