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Qe Ci on Microsoft Surface Pro


Best Answer JahStories, 11 October 2013 - 04:39 PM

Ok i've got QECI!! dual screen too

would like to thanks iFire and those who helped ;) you are great, love this community <3

 

To do that i had to reinstall kexts from basesystem.dmg 

and then add this on the config.plist under graphics,

 

<key>ig-platform-id</key>

<string>0x0166000A</string>

 

Writing a guide on the installation, everything works, audio and mic (voodooHda), webcam oob, dual screen qeci, pen works but its not calibrated, same thing for touch, it works without calibration but only if you place four finger on the screen... :/ NOWIFI Marvel Avastar 88w8798

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Folks, 

i've been able to install 10.9Gm on my surface pro using clover r2165 as boot loader and installing NullCpuPM, fakesmc, genericusbxhci kexts.

BUT :) i can reach the desktop only in safe mode 

if i try to boot without the -x flag i get stuck'd in this screen

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delete all bluetooth-related kexts in S/L/E... It looks like that's where its freezing.



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I think the problem is related with those "SuperIODevice [fatal] unsupported chip" messages.



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No and no: it's graphics. The Intel HD4000 would be supported OOB, but i don't know how it is with the Surface Pro...



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i think that it's graphic related since when i boot in safe mode those bluetooth errors shows up but are irrelevant... cause it reaches the desktop



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i've deleted all ATI NVIDIA AMD graphic kext and now i can boot without safe mode but no qe ci and system info says: no kext loaded

any idea?



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please i've loosed all the day any idea?

is it possible that qe ci works in ML and it's broken in Mavericks?



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I think you must patch the AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext or inject something via DSDT. I repeat, i don't know how the Surface works, but the issues you're experiencing reminds me of folks trying to run Mountain Lion with a monitor plugged in the VGA port of the HD4000. I also think this - the Surface running OSX - was posted about on InsanelyMac some time ago, so you better use the forum's search tool to see if you can find any useful info.

 

All the best!



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Thanks, but i've been searching online and in the forum but i can't find nothing related patching the fb or injecting dsdt patches specifically for the surface pro not even for Mountain Lion :/ 

 

isn't around there any surface pro hackintosh folk like me on insanelymac?!? i can't belive it.



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Are you using GraphicsInjector on Clover?
 
Patch the FB,

 

sudo perl -pi -e 's|\x00.{1}\x10\x07\x00\x00\x10\x07|\x00\x??\x10\x07\x00\x00\x10\x07|g' ~/Desktop/AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleIntelFramebufferCapri

Change ?? to desired amount of VRAM,
 
10 = 256MB of RAM
18 = 384MB of RAM
20 = 512MB of RAM
30 = 768MB of RAM
40 = 1024MB of RAM



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it seems effectless 



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try

 

-f npci=0x2000 GraphicsEnabler=Yes



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GraphicsEnabler=Yes and -f are chameleon's flags, i'm using clover and i'm injecting intel,  tried to patch the fb thx to shane but it always boots without accelleration or kext loaded i've tried injecting various platform id from clover but the only difference notificable is that with ids system see the card as a 7 mb card instead of 64 shared...



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post a Darwin Dumper report



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as soon as i click dump on darwin dumper my surface reboots  :(


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 don´t check  all the box , look if work 

 

Edit: install lspci.kext, then repair permissions reboot, then this  from Terminal app

 

 

sudo dmesg  > ~/Desktop/boot.text

 

 

kextstat > ~/Desktop/kext.txt

 

 

ioreg -lw0 | grep AAPL,ig-platform-id > ~/Desktop/ig.text

 

 

sudo kextstat | grep -i AppleIntelHD > ~/Desktop/Intel.txt



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witch box should be checked? i was trying without checking anything



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Dump attached, the intel text comed out empty :/


i'm using an older version of Darwin Dumper, the 2.4.9


tried with the new Darwin Dumper same result, it reboots.

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not read any AppleIntelHD kext, secure that you have the kexts installed? or can be a problem Permissions and caches, try this script, wait for end , then reboot

 

 

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the boot log is very clean, 0 problem







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