- Aug 10, 2015
- HP 8300 Compaq Elite SFF
- Intel i3 3225
- Intel HD 4000
- Mobile Phone
The command: /Volumes/Image\ Volume/No-Convert is taking too much time to execute, indeed it isn't executing.
Start by filling out your hardware profile. https://www.tonymacx86.com/account/personal-detailsGuide worked great but now I'm having issues with the post-install. I followed the video along on my i7 minitower but I must've missed a step or something, here are the issues I'm having...
- I've tried KextBeast multiple times installing the AppleHDADisable and VoodooHDA kexts, still no sound from line in or front headphone port.
- Logging into macOS theres some flickering going on but once im in it goes away.
- System profiler says my Intel HD4000 only has 7mb of vram. System profiler also says iMac 14,2 even though I have set it to 13,2 in MultiBeast (I've ran MultiBeast multiple times and nothing changes).
Also I'm not sure if my clover is properly setup because I can only boot into OS X with my drive plugged in. If I don't have it plugged in my computer boots straight to my windows 10 partition. In boot order in the bios I didn't see any way to sort my partitions, only my drives, usb, etc. My issues above are my pressing to me though, I don't mind right now having to keep my drive plugged in I really just want my macOS partition to be running smooth
Any help is appreciated. Let me know if I need to give more details.
Are you certain that you've used Multibeast 10.2.0 and made the correct selections ? You may want to revisit that part of the guide.System profiler says my Intel HD4000 only has 7mb of vram. System profiler also says iMac 14,2 even though I have set it to 13,2 in MultiBeast (I've ran MultiBeast multiple times and nothing changes).
The guide doesn't say anything about entering an ig_platform id or using the IntelGF. kext either. Follow the guide exactly as presented and it will work. Are you using a DP to HDMI adapter for your monitor's connection ?Hi,
Installed 10.13.3 on 8300 USDT and am using HD4000. Looks good except sort of slow booting. The biggest issue is when I run Google Chrome browser there is a lot of flickering. Safari doesn't do this. In chrome I had to start with a command line argument to disable gnu acceleration. Only then chrome was behaving well enough that I could go into settings and disable gpu acceleration. W/o GPU acceleration still see a lot of flickering. Safari and Firefox are fine. I have used all of the appropriate ig_platform_id values and tried IntelGraphicsFixup.kext too. Any ideas? About Mac shows Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB