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Update to macOS Catalina 10.15.5 - Lenovo Legion Y540 Hackintosh

Ok, so I just got the notification, and from the details, I thought maybe I would have issues with sleep or power management in general. Turns out, everything is still working, including sleep! Download and install as normal from the Software Update pane.  Let it restart and boot on its own from Clover. The whole thing took max 15-20 minutes to update (it was a 3GB update). Upon startup after the update is installed, touchpad, USB WiFi, audio were not working. That's a temporary after-effect, and a fresh boot will fix that issue. Also upon startup you will be asked for your iCloud account password (I skipped that part, because my USB WiFi wasn't working). VERY IMPORTANT: On the same setup, you will be asked for Disk Encryption (File Vault), and the option is enabled by default. DO NOT PROCEED with that. Uncheck that option before finishing with the setup window. I confirm that on my Lenovo Legion Y540 Hackintosh everything is working: Sleep / Power Mana

Fix: Export Failed - Rendering Error in DaVinci Resolve

The other day I had issues exporting a video in DaVinci Resolve. It would reach at 99%, and then give me this error: " Rendering Error The Fusion composition on the current frame or clip could not be processed successfully." Here's how I got around it: From DaVinci Resolve menu, click on Preferences . Navigate to the User tab. From the list on the left, make sure you are in UI Settings . Disable Stop renders when a frame or clip cannot be processed . Click Save . Disclaimer: The content provided in this article is for informational purposes only. You are solely responsible for verifying the information as being appropriate for your personal use.

Installing MacOS Catalina on Legion Y540 Step 3 - Post installation

This article addresses post-installation issues. Click here to go back to Step 2 - USB Installer Click here to go back to Step 1 - BIOS Settings Click here to go back to Step 0 - Specs Post-installation Script You will need Internet for this. Run Clover Configurator and mount the EFI parttitions, of both your USB Installer and your Hack's SSD. Copy the EFI contents of your USB Installer to the SSD's EFI of your laptop. There was a README file on the EFI folder we downloaded and unzipped. If you don't have it, you can find it here: Inside the README file you will find a command you have to run on the Terminal (I repeat, you need the Internet for this to run). For reference, here is the command: sudo sh -c "$(curl -fsSL" Enabling the numeric keypad For this, we need to be able to see the hidden system files first. To do

Installing MacOS Catalina on Legion Y540 Step 2 - USB Installer

Now we will proceed in creating the USB macOS Catalina bootable installer.