@R055 the model I have is the 4 cores one (7390 late 2019, i7-10510U ).
Still holding back going that way because it seems that trackpad audio and of course wifi have issues.
Extra bad also that to have WiFi in the end we will need a dongle to have USB wifi
Anyone working on this? what would be a nice starting guide that is close enough for this machine?
This guide is for a laptop with the same cpu
anyone tried it?
unfortunately I still get some screen glitches (mostly green frames) on my NUC8i7BEH with Samsung evo 970 plus with upgraded firmware
On the bright side I have no random reboots
My screen is a 4k one so I am pretty sure that is the reason why.
is there any known solution for 4k monitors?
@Leesureone thanks for supporting this thread.
Had many glitches and random reboots following the main guide but replacing my EFI folder with the one
you provided it just solved the issue it seems.
(NUC8i7BEH with Samsung evo 970 plus with upgraded firmware)
It seems that I was over engineering something.
After a fresh install,
using your HD4400 plist,
the frame buffer device properties from your y50 config_UHD.plist
I was finally able to get it to work.
I am attaching my debug report in case someone else...
Was thinking of trying the whole thing once more with
Your hd4400 config.plist
fake Intel hd graphics
(Sorry for the partial naming, I'm on my phone now)
Would the above even work or for Mojave or whatevergreen is the only way?
I got no luck on finding how to set framebuffer patches to match 128mb of DVMT-prealloc
Which of the Framebuffer properties corresponds to that one?
Sorry for that.
The install_tool.sh script was failing to generate it.
I exported it manually from ioregistryexplorer(v2.1) and included it in the zip.
config.plist is the one I use now and it works for a MacBook Air 6,1 and 6,2 SMBIOS but only for 1600x900 and 21mb vram.
Attaching the zip.
Did some more changes.
Removing all entries for framebuffer-* makes the build run exactly the same but still as a "MacBook Air".
vram is not moving from 21mb no matter what settings I change.
Please note that 'config.plist' is what I am experimenting on.
Unfortunately the closest I got was a MacBook Air setup where I get a second option for 1600x900 HiDPI with the attached config (has. a 2 in the name because I am still experimenting with the main one)
but still the vram shown in about this Mac is only 21mb.
Tried multiple DVMT pre-alloc values...
After staying in El Capitan for 2 years I decided to try to install Mojave on my Yoga 2 Pro(details in my signature).
Long story short I cannot get the graphics to work properly (I only have one resolution and cannot scale and my "about this Mac" vram is 21mb.
I was following the...