- Jun 14, 2012
- HP 800 G4 Mini
- UHD 630 ??
- Mobile Phone
Thanks for your quick response.@santitf Please post your entire EFI as noted in Post #1.
EDIT: Since you are using an HP 600 prodesk G4 Mini and not the HP EliteDesk 800 G4/G5 Mini for which this guide is written, it is possible that there are elements of this solution that won't work for you (I've never tested on an HP 600 prodesk G4 Mini). Try removing boot-arg igfxfw=2.
Also, please confirm that you are populating your PlatformInfo (MLB, ROM, etc.).
Hi deveedee:@santitf Great detective work! You may have discovered an NVMe SSD with compatibility issues. See this.
I have not tested with HDMI, but others have reported some HDMI issues (even with properly patched framebuffer). Does your display also have an HDMI connector, or are you using an adapter cable (e.g., are you using a HDMI->HDMI cable)? Does your display have a DP connector so that you can try using a DP->DP cable on another video port? What is the resolution of your display?
It is possible that Hackintool is displaying the wrong info about your system. Can you please post your IORegistryExplorer dump using IORegistryExplorer 2.1 (attached)?
EDIT: When you open the "Connectors" view in Hackintool, try clicking the refresh button if Hackintool is not displaying the correct connector types.
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@deeveedee Thanks again!@santitf If you examine your IORegistry, you'll see that your connector types for each of your framebuffers are set according to your DeviceProperties patches, so the problem appears to be Hackintool and not your config:
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I haven't needed to patch HDMI, so I hope others will read this and chime in. Read this for other WEG HDMI DeviceProperties that you might need to play with to see if they help.
- enable-lspcon-support with the framebuffer-conX-has-lspcon property (replace conX with con2 for your rig)
- Optional: framebuffer-conX-preferred-lspcon-mode
Let us know what you discover.