- Jun 30, 2012
- MSI Krait Gaming 3x
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
mount EFI and just get rid of osxaptiofix2drv and install osxaptiodrv using clover installer that should solve atlas it did for me
Ive read through most of this thread, and my understanding is that there is yet no true support for dual monitor from startup? My build wont even hot plug the second monitor. (One DVI on HDMI.).
Could someone please inform me?
You're correct. Mine was not working hot plugging either and I had to read carefully to repeat what someone else had done. I cannot remember the steps but look through the posts and my posts a few days ago.
What I don't understand is why this hardware is the recommended then? Ive used the recommended hardware several times over the years and its been spotless. I admit I'm a little to lazy (busy) to google for days to see if everything is compatible so I've trusted the recommendations on here. A little disappointed that something like dual monitor is not working.. I get that its not Tonymacs fault but I'd consider recommending older hardware if that has better support since the performance benefits are minimal. Lets hope Sierra fixes these issues.
Well truely I sorted it with the same process again and again happening due to aptiofic2drv when loaded and to add on for his ques set IG platform 0x1912000 in configurator and don't inject Intel or anything at all.Here is the saga of his issue http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/osxaptiodrvfix-error-only-if-using-intel-hd-530-igpu.199553/
Just as @ichris93 said, I've tried this time and time again with no luck.Well truely I sorted it with the same process again and again happening due to aptiofic2drv when loaded and to add on for his ques set IG platform 0x1912000 in configurator and don't inject Intel or anything at all.
well maybe you have messed things up as its a simple solution though even feeding in ram details in clover is suggested but for me my ram is recognized fine so I don't and almost till now no issue my hack boots fine without any error
To echo what wildwillow has said, I have a system that works just fine provided that you power up with only a single monitor connected. The second monitor can be added after OS-X has booted. This is a bit of a pain, but less of a pain than no dual monitor support.