Build-in monitor works for me like a charm. HDMI port attached FullHD monitor also works just great.
As for USB Type-C, I tried usb-c2hdmi hub and it works with glitches.
Can you make a photo or video that shows what you are talking about?
As for graphics, it should work because it is build-into CPU. But as for peripheral, it may be quite different comparing to my laptop. Use linux live USB stick to collect data about PCI and USB devices. You may compare your hardware to mine (see attached files).
I can see that you actually have HP ProBook 440 G6. So this is not exactly the same that I have. In particular SSDT-EC.aml doesn't work for you.
From the following picture I can see that bootloader does not start the kernel. It meanks that kexts are not the reason.
I also can see in log that...
As far as I can see, your config.plist is different to what I described in "Installation Instructions" section. And as a result you get kernel panic. Building hackintosh is like walking mine field. And devil is in details. So please follow "Installation Instructions" and send us a photo of your...
Even if I was able to make every piece of hardware work, I was not able to make them work all together. It seems there are some conflicts. For this reason I don't ant to publish buggy solution. But I still can help you by guiding through all the process. And may be you will help me to find...
I'm trying to figure out if CPU Power management works on my laptop. I do this like that:
$ sudo mkdir /kexts
skylake:Downloads antonio$ sudo cp -R AppleIntelInfo.kext /kexts/
skylake:Downloads antonio$ sudo kextutil /kexts/AppleIntelInfo.kext
Kext with invalid signatured (-67062) allowed...
This is not a hardware issue because same hardware works under Windows 10.
When I attach HDMI LCD to USB Type-C dock station, I can get display work, but there are lots of artifacts (see video file attached).
HP ProBook 430 G6 (Whiskey Lake)
USB Stick does not boot. First I see apple only. Then progress bar appear. Progress is growing, growing and growing up to the very end. However nothing happens. It gets frozen at the very last position.
Finally I managed to make a pure EFI build (without adding anything to /L/E or /S/L/E). Here is How I did this
CPU: Intel Core i5 3.9GHz
RAM: 32Gb 2133 MHz DDR4
GPU: Intel UHD Graphics 620 / PCI [8086:3ea0] - requires Lilu.kext + WhateverGreen.kext, device-id=a53e0000...