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[Guide] Intel Broadwell NUC5 using Clover UEFI (NUC5i5MHYE, NUC5i3MYHE, etc)

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#51
Your config.plist is not up-to-date with respect to current github content.
I made an update and changed to the last config.plist.

The behavior of start process changes a little:

nuc)miniDP ---------- DP(LG) Resolution 3840x2160 / 60 Hz
- BIOS ok, Clover ok,
- OS-Boot at the end the Logo gets bigger
- switch to the Login Screen for a short Moment and then the Monitor gets dark
- wating around 1 minute and the login screen comes back.
 

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#52
I made an update and changed to the last config.plist.

The behavior of start process changes a little:

nuc)miniDP ---------- DP(LG) Resolution 3840x2160 / 60 Hz
- BIOS ok, Clover ok,
- OS-Boot at the end the Logo gets bigger
- switch to the Login Screen for a short Moment and then the Monitor gets dark
- wating around 1 minute and the login screen comes back.
No ioreg in your debug zip. Please check your files prior to upload.
 
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#53
No ioreg in your debug zip. Please check your files prior to upload.
I followed all procedures to create a debug file and used your tool gen_debug.
The tool failed to add the ioreg, why ever... and it adds a generic IOREG report.

gen_debug.png


Here is one generated manually, but i am not sure if it's correct.
 

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#54
I followed all procedures to create a debug file and used your tool gen_debug.
The tool failed to add the ioreg, why ever... and it adds a generic IOREG report.

View attachment 369615
But reports for gen_debug.sh should be reported to its author, not me.

Here is one generated manually, but i am not sure if it's correct.
Your NUC has what kind of external connectors?
One HDMI, one DP?
If it has any HDMI ports, you must enable the matching patch (framebuffer-con1-enable or framebuffer-con2-enable, depending on which is the HDMI).

Also, for the 4k connected to DP, you might want to set a resolution via SysPrefs. Maybe that will help.

You may need larger VRAM setting (some report that as helping with Skylake/KabyLake, for example). You can patch it with WhateverGreen (framebuffer-unifiedmem).
 
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#55
Your NUC has what kind of external connectors?
..

You may need larger VRAM setting (some report that as helping with Skylake/KabyLake, for example). You can patch it with WhateverGreen (framebuffer-unifiedmem).
My Nuc has 2 connectors: 1. miniHDMI and 2. mini DP
I have enabled the hdmi patch for con-1 now, as ist was already described in this thread

Some tests with the sysPrefs dosen't change the boot behavior

I will make some tests with the vram settings, after reading some more informations about WhateverGreen, because this is all new for me.

thanks again for your support.
 

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#56
My Nuc has 2 connectors: 1. miniHDMI and 2. mini DP
I have enabled the hdmi patch for con-1 now, as ist was already described in this thread
The ioreg in #53 proves your assertion false:
Screen Shot 2018-12-03 at 5.47.20 AM.png
 
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#57
Hello,
on my NUC5i7RYH system exits abnormally from S1/S2/S3 sleep. More specifically even if the power led turns blue (so system wakes) display doesn't show anything (black screen), usb ports are dead (ie: keyboard unresponsive) and networking never starts (icmp/tcp connections to the host going in timeout).

S4 disabled as described in post #1 (/var/vm/sleepimage/ workaround)

Report files attached, thanks
 

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#59
Hello,
on my NUC5i7RYH system exits abnormally from S1/S2/S3 sleep. More specifically even if the power led turns blue (so system wakes) display doesn't show anything (black screen), usb ports are dead (ie: keyboard unresponsive) and networking never starts (icmp/tcp connections to the host going in timeout).

S4 disabled as described in post #1 (/var/vm/sleepimage/ workaround)

Report files attached, thanks
Check BIOS settings (make sure latest BIOS, correct BIOS settings as per post #1).
Remove unneeded software: com.nomachine.driver.nxau, Virtualbox
 
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