@CaseySJ sorry if I was not clear
this is the scenario:
IGPu is set in bios as init display
IGPU is connected to hdmi monitor
DGPu is connected to dvi monitor
everything goes well when booting - I have boot screen through HDMI/IGPU monitor then when Mac os kicks in I have login screen in...
Monitor connected to the IGPU shows the Apple logo - I should have mention it happens after boot, sorry I made myself sound dumber than I really am I guess :p
I don't have any boot problems. there is no freeze happening. The machine is on, working fully, with the monitor attached...
Hi @CaseySJ sorry for the late reply
I updated my kexts and now I have some kind of a image.... The monitor connected to the IGPU shows the apple logo. The system recognises the display, it show in system preferences, my mouse pointer shows in the monitor... if I take a screen shot I even have...
Hi @CaseySJ everything works in my build, except hdmi/dvi ports on IGPU
I have UHD 630 working with acceleration - it works with both CFL or KBL spoof
I tried the original method using what highlights, but nothing highlights when I connect monitors to my IGPU
Here are my files if you could...
I have WN823n installed with driver V3 from here:https://www.tp-link.com/us/support/download/tl-wn823n/#FAQs
it show in system information, it shows my wifi networks available on status bar, but I got the message "802.11n NIC is not plugged " in network preferences pane.
it's working through AppleALC i guess.....what do you mean "injecting onto the motherboard"? sorry for my ignorance :/
btw @gyrene2083 do you use SSDt for USB? how many ports are u using? I'm trying to make USB3 to work on my front case panel...
I had 2 builds with Gigabyte motherboards with Thunderbolt onboard. Both of them I had to install Windows first. After all this, Thunderbolt ports worked easily except for hot plug. They were all Thunderbolt 1.
after testing some stuff and having read a lot of threads and help from @CaseySJ and others
here is what I got
I'm able to have IGPU with 1536VRAM in two scenarios
smbios iMac 18.1 - no hdmi or dvi working on IGPU - system shows IGPU as KBL -(config_181_KBL.plist attached)
smbios iMac 19.1 -...
Tried with the new config.plist can't boot into system, screen goes black
I was able to boot in safe mode - only dvi monitor - the IGPU appears with 1536MB (screen grab)
will work on this some more tomorrow
thanks for all the help
I was trying to get the IGPU to work prior to installing the DGPU. The plan is to have both GPUs working
I'll try somethings suggested by @CaseySJ and his threads with the Z390 Designare, and maybe go to Mojave if needed.
Thanks for the reply!!
P.S. Tell us about the Thunderbolt card when you can.
Quick reply, I replaced the clover folder with the one you sent. didn't work, still 7MB vram and glitches
One of the last lines I see when booting is
"Graphics driver failed to load: could not register with framerbuffer driver"
btw BIOS settings IGFX is enabled
Thanks for the reply @CaseySJ
I will follow your instructions and if nothing happens I will do a reinstall following your guide to the Z390 DEsignare - (https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/success-gigabyte-designare-z390-thunderbolt-3-i7-9700k-amd-rx-580.267551/page-382#post-1944748) thread...
Hi guys. I've been working on this build the past 2 days, but can't get Intel UHD 630 to be recognised. Appears 7mb vram
I have both HDMI and DVI monitors. The plan is to have DGPU working also, I'm just trying to get the IGPU to work first, as I did in all my previous builds.
Below are my...
Wonderful guide @CaseySJ. Thanks!
My problem is my IGPU does not show properly in Hackintool. It's not recognised I believe
the build I'm working on is Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming/i7 8700k/high Sierra - I have both DVI and HDMI monitors the plan is to have a discrete card and one monitor attached...