- May 4, 2018
- Gigabyte B550 Vision D-P
- Ryzen 9 3950X
- RX 6800
- Mobile Phone
From what I understand, removing all but one stick of RAM, allowing the training to one stick, then reinserting the rest will also clear your memmap. I haven't tested that yet, though.Managed to get iGPU consistently loaded into the memory map using iMac19,1 and a 5700XT as main display output.
Need to short the clear_CMOS motherboard pins (with power off) and reload the BIOS and immediately enable internal graphics and make the other hackintosh changes. This seems to reset the memmap on next boot and frees up enough block space to load the iGPU. DVMT settings are not visible until second boot but I did not attempt to change anything here.
Also upgraded the main BIOS to version 12d but that is probably incidental.
No slide settings are specified in my config.plist
Kudos to poster @CODYQX4 for the idea of clearing the CMOS to reset the memmap.
View attachment 445700View attachment 445701View attachment 445702View attachment 445703View attachment 445704View attachment 445705View attachment 445706The question I couldn't understand...what is the advantage of enabling the iGPU? If it works perfectly disabled in F8.www.tonymacx86.com