After installing an extra SSD (Samsung 850 EVO M.2 250GB) in the empty SSD slot I started hackintoshing my HP Zbook Studio G3. I used, and MacBookPro13,3.Code:
# ProBook_4x0s_G3_Skylake is CX20724, Skylake, HDMI
First of all thumbs up for the nice explanatory guide(s), the information is very clear. Still there are some issues with my laptop:
Using 'hybrid graphics' in bios only. The laptop 'feels' extremely fast, booting, starting programs etc.
- Built in display (including brightness, no left corner glitches)
- Laptop keyboard
- Built in speakers
- USB type A ports
- Battery percentage indicator
- (wake from) sleep (power button light starts blinking and fans turn off)
What's not working:
- USB type C ports
- Headphone jack
- shutdown (actually does reboot)
Now the HDMI port is important to me, I would like to connect the laptop to an external monitor. The HDMI port is not 'hard-wired' to the discrete graphics card, as visible in the output of lspci -nn on Ubuntu. Also under Ubuntu the HDMI port works using 'hybrid graphics' so I believe this should be possible in macOS also.
I believe there is no 'power' on the HDMI port because the monitor on-light does not become 'on' but keeps blinking (indicating no input source). Already tried injecting intel true/false but no difference. Some help would be appreciated (even indicating where to start reading).
Should I report the progress on this laptop somewhere (explaining which exact steps are taken etc. to help other people with this laptop)?
Rehabman, could you help me with a DisplayPort? EliteBook 2570P, I5-3360M, HD4000. External monitor is Dell U3417W hooked with DP -> mDP (3440x1440). When I add the SSDT's I get crash on boot when external monitor is connected. I guess it's because of the HDMI patch.
You missed the entire post-installation process. The EFI/Clover you attached is the EFI/Clover used for installation USB.
I did the post installation steps again, here's clover.