- May 2, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
Okay, now I am using the plist file `config_HD615_620_630_640_650_spoof.plist` downloaded from your Github repo, and when the machine boots, it shows a bunch of [iGPU] message and go to black and loop again to the booting screen and I cannot catch the message on the screen.
Attached is the problem reporting files, including ioreg info, kextcache infor, CLOVER zip file, and the kext files I am using (among which I have tried modifying FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics to fit my UHD620. Please help! Thanks.
No need for Skylake spoof with Kaby Lake.
Make sure you read the guide regarding DVMT-prealloc.
Thanks! I am experiencing the same issue with IntelGFX (0x59168086) as the Fake ID and 0x59160000 as the platform-id.
About DVMT-prealloc, my understanding is to add com.apple.driver.AppleIntelKBLGraphicsFramebuffer in KextToPatch to make fit my laptop's 32mb prealloc, is that right?
Do you think my laptop model can boot with UHD 620 accelerate if I follow your guide?
Thanks for your reply! I am eager to solve this problem as I will go out of town for a meeting and I need my laptop to be working.I will confirm that it does. His guide is what I followed to get it working. In terms of seeing what you did wrong, I'd wait for someone else to figure that out as I'm still quite the amateur, but I can confirm that a 620 works with his guide.
I think I am following the guide. Could you kindly point out what I am missing here?
I also boot with 0x12345678 platform-id and ran `sudo kextcache -i /` then reboot with 0x591b0000, but it just went to black and reboot again.
Before it reboots, I catched a little piece of message as:
[IGPU] Scheduler (Somthing...)
[IGPU] Graphics Address (something...)
[IGPU] Graphics accelerate using (something...)
Attached CLOVER.zip is with the Kabylake plist. Also attached is the last screen before it goes to black and reboots. Do you think my laptop model can boot with UHD 620 accelerate if I follow your guide?
Honestly I just followed the directions and it worked. I needed to set an invalid id, then rebuild the cache then reboot with the valid id.Thanks for your reply! I am eager to solve this problem as I will go out of town for a meeting and I need my laptop to be working.
Don't you ever have the same issue like this? Have you ever dealt with DVMT-prealloc? Should I maybe use other platform-id? Do I need to patch something under CLOVER/ACPI if I have everything in config.plist?
Sorry that's a lot of questions. You don't have to answer all of them...