If you are connecting the DisplayPort output from motherboard to DP-Input on the Belkin KVM, and then HDMI-out from KVM to monitor, then have you tried changing connector settings to Type HDMI instead of Type DP for Index 1 and Index 2?Thanks. I dropped that config.plist in and rebooted. It's *slightly* better, in that the green flicker begins between 5-30 seconds after logging in as a user. Previously, the flicker would start as soon as the login screen would come up.
Any idea about what the underlying problem is? I'm equal parts fascinated and aggravated by it ; )
Sorry @CaseySJ , I am working on my desktop, with specs on my signature ASUS-H310-D | i3-8100 | iGPU intel HD630You have an Intel i5-4300U. The 4300-series (because it starts with the number 4) belongs to the Haswell family, not the Coffee Lake family.
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So in Hackintool, please select Intel Generation: Haswell on the top left side of the Patch tab, and start with Platform ID: 0x0A260005 on the top right side. Also disable the Inject Intel checkbox in Clover Configurator --> Graphics.
Then reboot and see whether your built-in LCD still functions. If so, connect your external display, run Hackintool, and see which row lights up. You may post a screenshot of that.
Oh jeez! oops yes, i7-9700K is correct thanks! Thank you so much for the response!Please backup the existing EFI Folder and try the attached version. Changes in this EFI:
Your profile says i7-9700K, but your post says i7-7900K. This EFI Folder assumes that i7-9700K is what you meant.
- Latest Lilu, WhateverGreen, VirtualSMC
- Added missing VirtualSmc.efi to drivers folder
- Set Platform ID to 0x3e9b0007 and device-id to 0x3e9b
- Enabled connector patch for on-board HDMI port
Please try the attached config.plist. Also:Oh jeez! oops yes, i7-9700K is correct thanks! Thank you so much for the response!
that frame buffer/connector patch seems to be doing something, but it's not booting fully.
it gets to a point in verbose then the screen goes black and starts flashing with a cursor every 5-10 seconds
but that's new, usually it either boots, or boots to black and doesn't flash
In my case I have a Gigabyte H270N-Wifi and a Intel HD 630 iGPU from a i5-7600T (device-id 0x5912). Currently Mojave 10.14.4 is running fine with a Radeon 560 which I'd like to remove. The motherboard provides DVI + 2x HDMI. Will this just work injecting the correct device-id and this guide doesn't apply?