Discussion in 'Graphics' started by toleda, Feb 18, 2014.
No 10.13 Azul changes. What patch are you using? Does the Sierra patch work?
i couldnt test, setup does not boot on my system so far, not even with basic settings regardless wether im using direct update method or pandoras box
Hi Toleda, I hope you are doing well.
I'm having a graphics problem installing Mavericks with Clover. It's a PC of a friend of mine, whose hardware is an i7 3770, Asus P8H77-M and integrated HD 4000. He needs Mavericks because of compatibility issues with outdated hardware and software.
I can install 10.9.0 correctly without any problem, and the graphics work perfectly just by injecting Intel in Clover, but after updating to 10.9.5, the boot stucks at "missing bluetooth controller transport". I've tried doing the steps you mention in your guide, but I get the same error, both connecting the monitor via HDMI or DVI. Do you know if I'm missing something? I've attached my config.plist. Thanks in advance, I really appreciate all your work.
See Post #1/Problem Reporting; attach all requested files
I apologize, here they are, with some more info:
Mavericks 10.9.5 / INTEL i7 3770 / ASUS P8H77-M latest BIOS 1306 / HD 4000 / MacMini 6,2 SMBIOS (I also tried iMac 12,2 just in case, but nothing changed)
Method used: Clover latest revision 4233. I still didn't install the bootloader to the hard drive, since I was already having trouble with the USB thumb drive.
Not a reason to avoid Clover install to the the hard drive
IOReg shows no HD4000 acceleration, not a framebuffer problem; off topic.
Thanks for checking out the files. I believe there was no HD4000 acceleration because I booted in safe mode, otherwise I couldn't get to the desktop. But if safe mode isn't the reason, is it related to a hardware problem instead?
I've read there were graphics issues between Ivy Bridge and 6-series motherboards, that require a fix, but that shouldn't be a problem since my motherboard is supposedly a 7-series.
So what else should I do? I'm running out of ideas. I've read that for Chameleon there was a flag called "IntelCapriFB=", that allowed you to inject the framebuffer. And also other people injected manually an EFI string into the "device properties" section of Chimera. However I don't know how to put that value in Clover. Should I go back to Chameleon?
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