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Hello.
I have installed Mac OS X Sierra on the disc where I also have my Windows installed (on different partition of course). Everything works fine, except  that when I boot to Windows and then disconnect my laptop from the charger, it randomly hibernates (the battery led flashes, telling that the battery percentage is too low and the laptop hibernated). The thing is that the battery is almost fully charged (Windows shows the correct battery percentage). 

What do I have to do to sovle the problem?

Thanks.

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https://github.com/RehabMan/OS-X-ACPI-Battery-Driver

 

This kext may fix, read the description from above link, you may have to patch your DSDT 

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16 hours ago, Niresh said:

https://github.com/RehabMan/OS-X-ACPI-Battery-Driver

 

This kext may fix, read the description from above link, you may have to patch your DSDT 

Thank you for the reply.
I think that I temporarily fixed the problem. I unplugged my laptop from the charger, pulled out the battery, pressed the power button, put back the battery and it was working normally again.
If the problem would occur again, I will try your solution and post the result here.

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Greetings. My laptop is hp 8470p, i7 quad core. I downloaded Sierra zone, and everything went fine throughout the installation, but I can't manage an intel hd 4000 to work. The resolution is the lowest possible 1024x768, and the intel hd graphics is stuck at 3mb in system overview. Could somebody help me to fix the graphics issue? Thanks

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Thanks. Installed them, but they did not resolve the problem. It is so much easier to install hackintosh on a pc. Laptops suck.

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Installing the following kexts may fix your issue (Download here) do not remove other kexts

  • FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics.kext
  • FakePCIID.kext

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Thanks Niresh. Unfortunately again. 

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Install them to EFI Partition instead of /L/E 

Remove the duplicated from /L/E

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12 hours ago, Niresh said:

Install them to EFI Partition instead of /L/E 

Remove the duplicated from /L/E

I installed them with the Chameleon kext wizard.

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Mount EFI Partition and install kexts into EFI folder

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Thanks, I will try it. Niresh, one question, how do I remove chameleon, cause I want to use clover?

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On 12/25/2017 at 5:26 PM, Niresh said:

Mount EFI Partition and install kexts into EFI folder

Niresh, I have finally managed to make the graphics work. MacOS Sierra 10.12.6 Combo update made it work. I tried so many things before this, but none of them did the hack. Finally!!

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