- Oct 31, 2013
- Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD3H
- HD 4600
- Mobile Phone
Yes for Haswell IGPU such as HD 4600 that is the default IGPU name .... it comes from an on-line PCI device database.
You can change it to whatever you want by editing the string value for the "model" device property in your IGPU patch.
Just make sure that the model name starts with "Intel" ... EG "Intel HD 4600"
I'm not familiar with that system/model at all ... is it some sort of All-In-One (AIO)?
You say it has a AMD HD 530 dGPU ... it could be that the HDMI out port is driven by the dGPU (a common configuration in some other Lenovo systems), the only way to find out for sure is to try and find a schematic for the system .. (maybe in a service manual) the fact that the system has a HDMI in makes me suspect that this is the case.
If the HDMI Out is connected to the IGPU then it should be possible to get it working, if the HDMI Out is connected to the dGPU then your out of luck as unfortunately AMD HD 530 is not supported in MacOS.
I would try and conform which GPU the HDMI port is connected to before going any further.
xrandr --listprovidersto look at videocards on it. and, i have good news for me:
I'm having an issue with Hackintool, it makes "empty patches"(see picture attached), I was trying to find the right busID/index combination to make my 2 HDMI ports working (I have 1 DP which is working and 2 HDMI port on my Asrock Fatal1ty z170 - HD 530), when I noticed whatever I was changing, it was always that empty patch as result.
I'm pretty sure it's a simple issue, but can't find the cause.
I load linux mint on this pc, connect HDMI display and use
xrandr --listprovidersto look at videocards on it. All outputs assigned to IGPU.
problem on mac is LSPCON. whatevergreen said, that probe for it won't work.