- Mar 13, 2015
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this patch is done for open core legacy patcher that works on Macs. Not sure it works on hackintosh. But, I am sure this will be added to open core soon.So, how I prepare my macmini6,1 and MacBook Pro 11,1 for Ventura? You sure that HD4400 and Iris HD 5100 work for Ventura?
I have gotten the the opencore legacy patcher app to successfully patch the graphics in Monterey post install on my hd4000 ivy bridge hackintosh with the right config.plist…..so if the OCLP and opencore evolve to automate the process of installing Ventura on ivy bridge cpus and patch hd 4000 graphics post install, there is hope….…… right now, apparently without serious maneuvering, one can’t even get Ventura to boot on an ivy bridge cpu.this patch is done for open core legacy patcher that works on Macs. Not sure it works on hackintosh. But, I am sure this will be added to open core soon.
Please share your opencore EFI for i7-4790K and Intel HD 4600 for macOS Ventura.
This is a forum for hackintosh, so you will probably get more help at Macrumors forum once there is support from Opencore legacy patcher with Ventura for HD4000. There is no Ventura oclp support for hd4000 yet. It’s being worked on, and it is probably around the corner. So we just have to wait a bit more.@sriHacPro
yes.i have a original macmini6,1 with i5 hd4000 and a original macbook11,1 with iris 5100 graphic... but how I need the installation and how to get acceleration.
i have legacy patcher alpha for Ventura .... can you tell me how to do step by step? it will be really nice to get help
The one really important thing OCLP can't offer is support for AVX2 instructions, that Ivy Br. and older CPUs just don't have. That will greatly hamper how well the CPU performs. It will take a "hit" as they say. To run Ventura it makes more sense to spend a little money on a Dell or HP Desktop model with a KabyLake i5-7500 or i7-7700 CPU. Those and the HD630 iGPU have full support. The 18,2 and 18,3 iMacs actually used the exact same CPUs so it's a perfect fit in terms of CPU power management, voltages and frequencies. Three important things you want to work properly in your hack. If you want to run a dGPU like the RX460 or RX560 the 18,2 SMBIOS is an even better match. Perfect actually.right now, apparently without serious maneuvering, one can’t even get Ventura to boot on an ivy bridge cpu.
Ventura release is not likely to happen I think, because all support including Skylake has been removed from it.I am still on Monterey. Waiting for Ventura release, and open core version with support.