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I can't make sure that the VGA port working on my Laptop (Hackintosh) because when I installed Windows my home's VGA cable doesn't working and now I've installed macOS Mojave and inject NVIDIA and it said Sony GeForce.
 

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But that is desktop support only :confused:
 
This forum (Hardware Troubleshooting) is for Desktop computers only.
For help with your Laptop you should post in Mojave Laptop Support.
 
I can't make sure that the VGA port working on my Laptop (Hackintosh) because when I installed Windows my home's VGA cable doesn't working and now I've installed macOS Mojave and inject NVIDIA and it said Sony GeForce.
If your laptop uses Optimus for high-performance graphics switching, it is unsupported, therefore if the VGA port is tied to the eGPU, it will not work. It is highly recommended to use DSDT patching to fully disable your eGPU and only use your Intel graphics card.

Furthermore, VGA was never fully adopted in macOS, therefore it is unsupported and requires further hacks to get to function
 
If your laptop uses Optimus for high-performance graphics switching, it is unsupported, therefore if the VGA port is tied to the eGPU, it will not work. It is highly recommended to use DSDT patching to fully disable your eGPU and only use your Intel graphics card.

Furthermore, VGA was never fully adopted in macOS, therefore it is unsupported and requires further hacks to get to function
SO... It didn't work yeah?
 
SO... It didn't work yeah?
I am not sure, only way to test if your VGA port works is to boot into Windows, and plug in a VGA-compatible monitor, and then use the Display-Switch combo on your laptop keyboard to switch to the external display.
 
I am not sure, only way to test if your VGA port works is to boot into Windows, and plug in a VGA-compatible monitor, and then use the Display-Switch combo on your laptop keyboard to switch to the external display.
Now I'm sure that VGA port is... :(((
 
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