- Sep 25, 2018
- Gigabyte Aero 15X V8
- GTX 1070
No DSDT/SSDT necessary for graphics (other than disabling Nvidia graphics).Do u guys know how to fix Intel UHD 630 that High Sierra recognized with only 7MB VRAM? I tried other fix but none of them worked. I follow @zacmks guide upon this point and do some modification for the AppleALC.kext driver to work (I use VoohooDHA.kext instead and install it into L/E) High Sierra still recognize UHD with 7MB. Do you know anything upon this problem?
Also I have a question upon screen. Whenever I use the config.plist provided by you @zacmks I only have screen on my HDMI port while the internal display shows nothing but an apple logo with loading line (shown below). I believe that this might be something with SSDT and DSDT file but I'm pretty new to this so that I don't want to mess up anything.
Btw my keyboard, mouse, and trackpad work totally fine. Bluetooth on the other hand doesnt work but that doesnt affect me that much.
P/s: I can live with this but it is kinda finicking because it detects two display lol
Have you configured Whatevergreen + Lilu?
It's basically 2 kexts, plus the config.plist to rename the IGPU and patch the device
If you boot on verbose mode, it could help ("-v" option for args)
Here's a quick, easy guide for it:
An iDiot's Guide To Lilu and its Plug-in's Last Update: 14th Sept 2019 (Clarify IGPU Spoofing) About this Guide This guide is written as a helping hand to those users who have some understanding of using legacy hackintosh methods but are considering using Lilu as a means to migrate to Mojave...
Also, having more problem reporting files could help, there's a script to generate them:
Last update: 04 Mar 2018 Current Version: 4.2 Hello guys, I have seen many instances where people start a thread with the problem they are facing on their hack. They try to describe the issue in their own way that most of the times, is not able to properly describe what's going wrong with...
I cannot say much without more info, but if you used the config.plist that I provided, there could be something with Lilu/Whatevergreen
This is how it shows to me: