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Touchscreen macOS Sierra

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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. 

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Ok. So I got the Bluetooth working by editing the info.plist and enabled the onscreen keyboard that came with the OS and so far everything seems to be doing its job with the exception of the Bluetooth keyboard connecting and disconnecting every 30 seconds. Still haven't solved my boot issue. 

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Congrats on the successful install!  I haven't seen many touchscreen Hackintoshes, let alone successful ones.

 

Can you expand more on your boot problem?

 

* Are you booting in legacy or UEFI?

* If the latter, is Secure Boot / Fast Boot disabled?

* Have you tried toggling CSM, if you have the option?

* Is your config the same on the ESP as whatever you're booting from?

* What drivers do you have installed in drivers64uefi?

 

Are some of the things not included with your original post.

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