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Please help to fix issues on Fresh Mojave install on HP-14-am101tu Notebook

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Hi everyone,

I successfully installed MacOS Mojave on my HP-14-am101tu Notebook using this guide.



My Laptop configuration was: 


  1. Processor Type: Intel Core i3-7100U Processor 2.4 GHz, 3 MB Cache
  2. Chipset: Intel HM99 Chipset
  3. RAM: 4 GB DDR4L RAM
  4. Hard Disk: 1 TB SATA HDD
  5. Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics 620
  6. Audio/Speaker: DTS Studio Sound, Dual Speakers
  7. Other Features: 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB 3.0 with PowerShare, HDMI, RJ-45


I formatted my whole HDD to MacOS Journaled format during the installation. I had no issue while installing. When I restarted the MacOs normally booted up. Then I installed the clover & other audio, ethernet, wifi drivers that I thought would be compatible with my laptop. Some of them worked & some of them didn't. 


Things that are working: 

  1. Audio
  2. Display
  3. Graphics(Video+Audio playing)


Things that aren't working:

  1. All USB Ports including USB 3.0
  2. Battery Percentage & charging status
  3. VGA Port(I tried to connect an external monitor)
  4. WiFi
  5. Ethernet
  6. Shutdown(ACPI Error: https://www.dropbox.com/home/%23%23 My Document/Hackintosh?preview=Photo+1-11-19%2C+12+59+08+PM.jpg )
  7. Normal Bootup (I have to select config_hackintoshzone every time from clover menu if I want to boot)


My USB ports were working for the first time. I tried several times to install different drivers from Multibeast. Now my USB ports are not working too. I tried several methods to solve the issues found through the internet, but I'm fed up now. Please help me to solve the issues if you can.

Edited by shsas
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