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HD4600 Tearing Problems

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Thanks for the counsel with Chameleon Wizard. I selected the IntelAzul option and put 10 in the box. My dual monitor setup (DVI + HDMI) now works - but only with mirrored screens. How do I get individual screens as before with Mavericks?


MB: GA-Z87MX-D3H
CPU: I7-3790
RAM: 8Gb
OS: 10.10
Intel HD 4600 - only showing 6MB, No Kext Loaded
Resolution: 1680 x 1050 (1920 x 1080 x 32 selected
GraphicsEnabler=No
IGPEnabler=Yes
PCIRootUID=0

I don't have any string for Display_0 or Display_1

Any suggestions?
 

Adrian B

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Thanks for the counsel with Chameleon Wizard. I selected the IntelAzul option and put 10 in the box. My dual monitor setup (DVI + HDMI) now works - but only with mirrored screens. How do I get individual screens as before with Mavericks?


MB: GA-Z87MX-D3H
CPU: I7-3790
RAM: 8Gb
OS: 10.10
Intel HD 4600 - only showing 6MB, No Kext Loaded
Resolution: 1680 x 1050 (1920 x 1080 x 32 selected
GraphicsEnabler=No
IGPEnabler=Yes
PCIRootUID=0

I don't have any string for Display_0 or Display_1

Any suggestions?
If only 6MB RAM is being seen for your graphics then its not working. The bug in MultiBeast was fixed and new versions of UniBeast, Chimera & MultiBeast were released yesterday.

The new versions for Yosemite are:

MultiBeast 7.0.2
UniBeast 5.0.2
Chimera 4.0.1

http://www.tonymacx86.com/announcements/
http://www.tonymacx86.com/downloads.php?do=cat&id=3

All three are available from the Downloads section of the website. You can apply your MultiBeast options to your installation and reboot. Video should work properly for you.
your installation
 
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That's great news! I've been trying everything and had to go back to Mavericks as I couldn't get it working. I had the feeling that that is where the problem lay, so couldn't do anything about it. Thanks to all those who worked so hard to fix all these problems!
 

Adrian B

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That's great news! I've been trying everything and had to go back to Mavericks as I couldn't get it working. I had the feeling that that is where the problem lay, so couldn't do anything about it. Thanks to all those who worked so hard to fix all these problems!

Hope that it work out better for you this time around. :thumbup:
 
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I know that Chimera 4.0.1 was supposed to fix this tearing issues, but I still have them. What did I do wrong?

I've update only Chimera to 4.0.1 with the newest Multibeast, then I rebooted and the issues still persist.

Were there other options in Multibeast that I should've enabled simultaneously with Chimera's update?
 
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I know that Chimera 4.0.1 was supposed to fix this tearing issues, but I still have them. What did I do wrong?

I've update only Chimera to 4.0.1 with the newest Multibeast, then I rebooted and the issues still persist.

Were there other options in Multibeast that I should've enabled simultaneously with Chimera's update?


Still getting same problems also after 10.10.1 and Multibeast 7.0.2 - mainly from Safari
 
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For those still having these tearing issues. It might be worth trying an alternate IGPlatform ID. See Toys comment and his link here:
http://www.tonymacx86.com/graphics/146450-snowy-screen-hd-4600-a.html#post925877
Hey Adrian,

I've included this code into the boot list

<key>IGPlatformID</key>
<string>04160000</string>

and I'm still experiencing the same old tearing problems. Is the string number wrong for my particular system?

PS: I'm using 10.10.1 now and Multibeast 7.0.2.
 

Adrian B

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Hey Adrian,

I've included this code into the boot list

<key>IGPlatformID</key>
<string>04160000</string>

and I'm still experiencing the same old tearing problems. Is the string number wrong for my particular system?

PS: I'm using 10.10.1 now and Multibeast 7.0.2.
Try Changing to this.

<key>IGPlatformID</key>
<string>0D220003</string>

Check that the integrated graphics settings in the UEFI/BiOS are set to 64mb RAM - no more or less.
 
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