I think This script is example for hd 5x0
It appears that my DVMT is set to 128mb (found out using device manager in windows). I've looked into changing DVMT to 96mb, but my bios is also locked as it is an InsydeH20.
I tried using the minStolenSize patch, both versions, but it won't work.
I think the only thing I can do now is a) wait to hear on a solution, b) wait for 10.11.6 to come out, or c) try get my bios unlocked at bios-mods.
Any other suggestions?
I've been trying everything!
At this point, I'm assuming it is a DVMT problem, as my wife's new Skylake laptop works just fine with Intel HD 530 i7-6700HQ. But for my new Skylake laptop, I've got problems. Same intel chip, but I was able to set her DVMT. I can't set DVMT in my bios, and I don't know how to mod my InsydeH2O bios, nor know if it's even possible to mod my bios without bricking my machine.
is it possible to set DVMT using config.plist in Clover? Or does the minStolenSize patch need to be modified for Skylake? If so, how? I saw the framebuffer patch for Haswell, but I'm assuming that same patch won't work on the skylake framebuffer. How would I even engineer a patch such as this? @RehabMan, any suggestions?
The minStolenPatch needed for Skylake is already present in the plist file provided by my guide: http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-booting-the-os-x-installer-on-laptops-with-clover.148093/
It is, of course, disabled by default (read post #2 regarding disabled patches).
It is best that you set DVMT-prealloc via the UEFI shell, if possible. It is likely not setting it (and using the patch instead) will cause instability issues.
I'll try the minStolenPatch again... perhaps I was using the Broadwell version as the one I tried using didn't work.