- Dec 11, 2011
- HP ProBook 4440s-Clover
- HD 4000, 1366x768
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
If I recall, there should be a config plist file that is part of RehabMan's guide that enables displayport. Check the config folders where you pulled RehabMan's github and see if there are any references to "DP" instead of "HDMI"My notebook (8470p) only has VGA and DisplayPort outputs, VGA I know it doesn't work cause on another hackintosh I did (Desktop computer), I had to use an adapter DisplayPort to VGA to get the video to work since I don't have a Displayport display, so I was trying to use this same adapter on Elitebook 8470p too, but it didn't work.
So if there's any way to enable displayport on 8470p was hoping for some guidance to fix it. Not sure if a kext or some config could make it work.
Ps.: Tested this same adapter on 8470p windows install, worked nice.