- Nov 11, 2018
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
- RX 580
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I tried two cables and both of them have the same problem, my monitor doesn't have the exit dp, so I need a dp to hdmi cablePlease try BusID 0x05 for Index 1 and use a DP-to-DP cable to confirm that the settings are good. Use of adapters can create problems that we are often unable to fix -- you may have to contact the manufacturer for support.
Well done -- an HDMI-only motherboard does make this more difficult, so glad to see you made it! Will add your configuration to the Compilation in Post 1.Thank you so much for the guide! I managed to get full graphics acceleration & HDMI working on the Gigabyte B360N WiFi with a Core i3 8100. The motherboard only has two HDMI ports for the display output, so getting the display to work was quite a challenge, but I did manage it. I ended up using the prebuilt patch for the ASRock B360M-ITX/AC that was located within Hackintool, and modifying it from there. I am pleased to report that audio and both HDMI ports are working. Attached is the tool screenshot and a compressed copy of my EFI folder for anyone's perusal.
What motherboard and cpu do u have? I had the same problem but fixed it using Hackintool. U can see it a few pages backAre there still no news on how to boot with two monitors attached on boot? I'm good with plugin one of them (either DP or HDMI) at boot, but its just such a pain! If I connect remotely I can see the two screens are active, but can't manage to turn the second on, on boot.
My DVI port works, but only when HDMI is unplugged. When both are plugged in, DVI is black and HDMI has glitches. When DVI is unplugged, HDMI works well. Both work well only after boot on DVI only and then plugging HDMI. is there any way to fix it ?What motherboard and cpu do u have? I had the same problem but fixed it using Hackintool. U can see it a few pages back