- Feb 14, 2018
- 0MN1TX Dell Optiplex 7010 USFF
- HD 2500
It doesn't work OOB like HD4000 does, requires specific DSDT edits. You can try it if you'd like. Post in that thread for help, not here.Intel hd 2500 in Mojave works. Someone knows something about it?.
The guide shows you how to patch your own DSDT, that is the only way to do it. There is also a video to watch. Someone else's DSDT will not work on your system, sorry.Can someone help me with the DSD edition? Or if it is not here, where should I go?
I will be grateful for life.
can you provide problem reporting files please, we might be able to make HD2500 work after we see which device ID and ig-platform-id does your system detect on IOREG.Hi,
first of all thank you very much trs96 for this guide! Followed your instructions and got my machine running without major problems.
Just recently had the opportunity to buy an MT 7010 for cheap. CPU is an i5 3550 which comes packed with an HD2500. Despite all forums telling that this chip isn't supported by macOS it works fine for me (10.13.6). It gets recognised correctly by the OS, transparency is no issue and in System Report even tells me that this chip is supported by Metal API. Sweet
The only thing that I noticed the past couple days is that when the system goes to sleep for a longer period (lets say more than two hours) it occasionally reboots. I followed the optional SSDT for CPU Power Management part to enable native power management. Do you guys have some advice what could cause this behaviour? Read that the power nap feature could cause this behavior but this isn't even enabled on my system