- Nov 27, 2011
- HP Envy 15 as-043 (Clover)
- HD 540 - 4K
- Mobile Phone
Thank you. Will follow your recommendations.
You cannot expect to use a desktop ig-platform-id for a laptop. Your ioreg proves it... 0x0d220003 is desktop.
See guide for correct plists:
It is also possible you have SSDT-IGPU.aml misconfigured (you really should not be using it anyway,... best to use config.plist for graphics injection). But if you insist on SSDT-IGPU, make sure it is configured correctly with SSDT-RMCF.
Your kextcache output proves kexts are not installed correctly.
All kexts you need must be installed to the system volume.
Read post #2 of the Clover guide for details:
I'm a bit confused as to what is wrong in the ACPI. Would you be able to elaborate a bit further. I read the guide and was still unsure about what is wrong with my ACPI.Your ACPI configuration is wrong.
See guide for good starter plists and recommended version of Clover:
Then read applicable ACPI patching guides:
I'm a bit confused as to what is wrong in the ACPI. Would you be able to elaborate a bit further. I read the guide and was still unsure about what is wrong with my ACPI.
Thanks, and I apologize for not understanding
Backlight control now works from SysPrefs->Displays on macOS Mojave.
There is one problem left to fix though: if I put the brightness slider on 100%, the screen still has a very low brightness (also, putting the slider at 20% results in a black screen instead of a low brightness screen).
Any idea on how to calibrate this correctly?
You are a hero, it works perfectly now.You need to use SSDT-PNLF.dsl from the beta branch.
And AppleBacklightInjector.kext from the Probook beta_weg branch.
And just made some changes that allow it to detect CFL ids automatically and pick the larger LMAX=0xff7b.
With everything setup correctly, you should have in ioreg, PNLF._UID=19, F19Txxxx backlight profile data.