- Sep 22, 2011
- HP EliteDesk 800 G5 Mini
- UHD 630
- Mobile Phone
That's a cool idea!
Yes sorry, was trying to remove it but posted it by mistake.
The HDMI and DP ports are activated by the patch. Some questions:Yes sorry, was trying to remove it but posted it by mistake.
I have the Asus Z390-a and UHD 630 graphics of the 9900k working on DP, I can't even remember exactly what worked but was able to get it patched even with my limited knowledge and it worked, Now trying to get Dual Monitor has I use this Hackintosh for music recording which is always best with two monitors. I already suppressed GTX 1070 with boot arguments. I was wondering to translate your device properties to xcode or propertree data entries. So I could enter it. Thanks in advance
First Yes DP working and HDMI not, I only have the two on Asus Prime Z390-A boardThe HDMI and DP ports are activated by the patch. Some questions:
- Are you saying that DP port is working, but HDMI is not?
- Are you using Clover or OpenCore?
- Do you need help adding this patch to your config.plist?
- Are you running Mojave or Catalina?
- Which version of WhateverGreen are you using?
Will follow-up in the morning when I power up the Hackintosh again. Will simply update this post so “refreshing” the webpage might be necessary.First Yes DP working and HDMI not, I only have the two on Asus Prime Z390-A board
if possible help patching would be appreciated, but I could do it myself if the data could be translated for OpenCore config.plist which I open in xcode or propertree.
Has an example "<key>AAPL,ig-platform-id</key> <data> / BwCbPg==" the data is not something that I could enter in config.plist in xcode. how can I translate this or if you don't mind entering the patch or checking the config.plist which I have included below.
I'm running catalina and using the second last WEG released, just installing the new one tonight.
Thanks Casey will check back tomorrowWill follow-up in the morning when I power up the Hackintosh again. Will simply update this post so “refreshing” the webpage might be necessary.
Meanwhile, that strange looking text in <data> is Base64. Hackintool’s ’calculator’ page can be used to convert to and from Base64.