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AppleIntelFramebufferCapri HD4000 VGA OUT problem


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I have problems with the disposal of VGA video on my HD4000 I have a Lenovo Y480 Core i7 3610QM, eh hex strings changed frambuffercapri: http://www.insanelym...80#entry1860014

I put GraphicsEnabler = No, i have AAPL, ig-platform-id: 01660003 in DSDT ...
And all I get to start with any VGA monitor plugged this on the screen of the notebook, and the monitor does not even have signal:

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Did you try unplugging/replugging the monitor?

All the best!

P.S.: After the boot, after getting to that screen, i mean: boot as you did, when you get the distorted desktop, unplug and replug the VGA cable.

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Yes, I tried to follow in the same...

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Apple does not use VGA for Intel HD3000/4000 thus it does not work OOB. There have been reports of a kext edit that allows it to work with mixed results.

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Apple does not use VGA for Intel HD3000/4000 thus it does not work OOB. There have been reports of a kext edit that allows it to work with mixed results.

True, specially on notebooks the results are mostly bad, there have been some more positive results on desktops.





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