- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- Core i7-2600K
- Intel HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
Yup. Easy to see that ApplePanel at PNLF->AppleIntelPanelA is using 'Default' because it does not recognize the display.Thanks for the quick reply, Heres my ioreg
You should follow the instructions in post #1 to build a custom injector kext that will override this setting specifically for your display (vendor 0x610, device 0x9cc1).
It would be helpful if you knew the device-id of the original screen, because you could find the data that might work in AppleBacklight.kext's Info.plist (inside of ApplePanels).
Note: Your _UID is 14, so your panel key is probably going to be F14T9cc1. This makes sense as if you look at the ApplePanels data, you'll see F14T9cc3, 9cc5, 9cc7, 9cc9, etc. And all those data sets have a range that makes sense for the max of 0x710 that is typically used for HD3000.