- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- Core i7-2600K
- Intel HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
Injection of IGPU properties is done in SSDT-NUC7.aml, not config.plist.At least graphics works now:
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At first I noticed in the clover options during booting that inject intel was not checked. When I checked it then intel graphics was detected and used. Inspection of the config.plist showed this line:
When set to </true> graphics is loaded just fine.
For the record here are the two versions of clover config that I tried. clover-notworking1.zip is the one with the github version of config.plist and my NVMe .aml and clover-notworking2.zip is the one with my patched version of your SSDT. Both result in a non-booting system with the progress-bar going half-way through and then rebooting.
If you have an issue, you need to provide "Problem Reporting" files as per post #1.
You should not be modifying SSDT-NUC7.aml for your NVMe. Put your NVMe injects in a separate SSDT (typically SSDT_NVMe-Pcc.aml), and leave SSDT-NUC7.aml as per guide.
If you get a reboot during boot it is likely due to an incomplete (at that point) AppleHDA setup. You should comment out the "hda-gfx" injection (from SSDT-IGPU.dsl) as is mentioned in post #1 temporarily... until you can boot, rebuild cache, then you should be able to re-enable "hda-gfx" injection once the audio kexts are loading as expected.
Crash due to HDMI/DP audio "hda-gfx" with an incomplete/un-patched AppleHDA setup is fairly common...