- Jan 23, 2017
- Notebook: HP ProBook 440 G5
- UHD 620 (1920x1080)
- Mobile Phone
Oh, it's working now. Yesterday wasn't working. So weird...
The 8x60 series is HD3000. Mojave removed HD3000 graphics drivers, so not supported.So, I have a question about Mojave for the 8460p? Could one usr the .plist for the 8470p to enable the install of Mojave with the in-place upgrade. Then go back to the .plist for the 8460p once Mojave is installed? I ask if it would be possible because I did a full clone of my 8470p to another SSD with the .plist for the 8470p in place as well on the EFI partition (absent mindedly) and it was able to run as the 8470p and the 8460p are quite similar enough that it worked. It was a touch slower but I think it would work well enough to allow the install of Mojave.
Thoughts or concerns?
That's the input I was looking for. Thank you again!The 8x60 series is HD3000. Mojave removed HD3000 graphics drivers, so not supported.
I think using graphics kexts from previous versions is not likely to be very stable (HD3000 has not been very stable lately anyway).
I would not recommend it.
Stick with your 8x70.
You have AppleALC.kext installed (must be using applealc branch), but the wrong version (read post #1 regarding attached AppleALC.kext).Hi Rehabman! I installed Mojave after a working High Sierra. I have sound and video problem. Tried solutions but I'm out of ideas. Thank you!
Worked with appleacl branch and copying config.plist from that branch.You're trying to use the applealc branch (AppleALC.kext is installed). But you're using a config.plist from prior to Mojave support being added, and you're not using config.plist from the applealc branch.
You have two choices:
- switch to current master branch, delete AppleALC.kext from /L/E, follow all post #1 post-install instructions
- switch to current applealc branch, follow all post #1 post-install instructions, install AppleALC.kext attached to post #1