- Nov 24, 2012
- HP Probook 6470b
- Intel Core i5-3320M
- Intel HD 4000, 1600x900
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I never heard of anyone with a Probook and HD4000 being able to use the VGA port.Ok, thanks i want use 2 Monitor's One with HDMI and One with VGA is there no Way to activate this port with a kext ? I have a HP DV6000 3010sg on this Machine work VGA and also HDMI ....
Did you patch your DSDT with the latest ProBook Installer? Make sure it is patched with the latest...Could you help me out? I have an extremely annoying issue...
My USB 3.0 ports are working pretty randomly (some devices work on them, some don't, but they mostly don't). My wireless mouse receiver and external audio card are plugged into both USB 2.0 ports and this leaves me with no available ports to plug anything... HP 4540s with sandy bridge CPU and Mavericks 10.9
Checked ioreg, it seems like I'm already using AppleUSBXHCIDid you patch your DSDT with the latest ProBook Installer? Make sure it is patched with the latest...
And make sure you're not using GenericUSBXHCI and instead are using AppleUSBXHCI (check ioreg).
Make sure you remove DSDT or boot DSDT=Null before attempting to re-patch. There must be no custom DSDT loaded at the time the ProBook Installer is running....
And then I was greeted with a DSDT Warning.txt on desktop, so I patched DSDT again (but only DSDT-related options, not everything)... ioreg still reports AppleUSBXHCI, USB ports still aren't working. Thoughts?