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Hi,

 

I've been around for a while now and I know I haven't been the most active user on this forum but I'd like to thank all of you a lot for the help you provided all these years.

 

I've been struggling for days with my HD4600 graphics on Mavericks and I finally made it work!

I tried several bootloaders, IntelAzul values, platform ids, patches, flags... Either my computer booted with a blank screen, or didn't with kernel panics or stuck on "missing bluetooth controller transport"

 

My solution was to keep the Azul kext from 10.9.1, I installed it with Kext Wizard in S/L/E and I can now boot properly with IntelAzulFB=10.

 

I hope this will help someone with the same IGPU.

 

Thanks again,

 

FYI :

AsRock H81M-ITX

Intel i3-4330 (HD4600 on HDMI)

OS X 10.9.2 installed with myHack

 

 

 

 

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Hi,

 

I've been around for a while now and I know I haven't been the most active user on this forum but I'd like to thank all of you a lot for the help you provided all these years.

 

I've been struggling for days with my HD4600 graphics on Mavericks and I finally made it work!

I tried several bootloaders, IntelAzul values, platform ids, patches, flags... Either my computer booted with a blank screen, or didn't with kernel panics or stuck on "missing bluetooth controller transport"

 

My solution was to keep the Azul kext from 10.9.1, I installed it with Kext Wizard in S/L/E and I can now boot properly with IntelAzulFB=10.

 

I hope this will help someone with the same IGPU.

 

Thanks again,

 

FYI :

AsRock H81M-ITX

Intel i3-4330 (HD4600 on HDMI)

OS X 10.9.2 installed with myHack

 

Thanks, after much back and forth, only staying on 10.9.1 was possible for me.

 

I had this problem on 10.9.2 and 10.9.3, using the kext above i am now booting fine with HD5000 and Azul FB kext showing as loaded in system report.

Safari now works normal instead of the black blocks i used to get when an upgraded 10.9.2/3 would run, just without loaded kext.

Drop shadows are no shadows instead of vertical line garbage.

 

So instead of staying behind on 10.9.1 fully, just staying behind on 10.9.1 Azul is acceptable for me right now.

Thanks ToberMory0



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Thanks for sharing.

 

It looks like most who are able to get their HD4600 use HDMI.

 

I am using a DVI screen with my i5-4570 + H97N-WIFI and nothing has worked yet.

I tried to put your AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext in my S/L/E and repaired permissions, but QE still doesn't work.

 

I have no problem booting, Mac Profiler shows I am using the HD4600 with either 1024 or 1536MB of VRAM, but QE isn't working.  I can't watch videos with VLC or mPlayerOSX, The transport doesn't move in Logic unless I move the window around and all windows are extremely glitchy, especially when using Safari, Chrome is less prone to tearings and glitches.

 

Scouting the net for the last 2 days seems to indicate some problem between HD4600 and x97 boards.



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Try to get a cheap card for now, or buy a serious, future-proof one, to get past this issues. Remember that 10.10 supports R9 cards OOB, and support is quite probably coming for the upcoming 10.9.4 update.

 

All the best!



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Thanks!  

 

I had my eyes on a reasonable gt640, but I may go lower than that, to a GT210, just to get by, until (hopefully) the HD4600 issue is resolved.

 

I would hate to go expensive and something happens down the road and support is gone!



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I'm able to install Mavericks 10.9.4 using HD 4600 integrated VGA port, with Clover enabling both Intel and EDID inject and using 0x0300220D device ID as specified in Toleda's patch.

 

The system used is a Gigabyte GA-H87M-HD3 + i3 4330 + 8GB low voltage Crucial RAM + 120 GB M500 Crucial SSD.

 

Hope this helps.



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I'm able to install Mavericks 10.9.4 using HD 4600 integrated VGA port, with Clover enabling both Intel and EDID inject and using 0x0300220D device ID as specified in Toleda's patch.

 

The system used is a Gigabyte GA-H87M-HD3 + i3 4330 + 8GB low voltage Crucial RAM + 120 GB M500 Crucial SSD.

 

Hope this helps.

huh i am reading correct , u booted HD 4600 using VGA ? 

 

explain by any tutorial how you did that please



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huh i am reading correct , u booted HD 4600 using VGA ? 

 

explain by any tutorial how you did that please

 

Nothing special:

- boot Clover

- in Clover screen go to options

- in Graphic Injector menu select InjectEDID, InjectIntel and in FakeID insert 0x0300220D

- boot

 

The problem is that you'll be able to boot with VGA, BUT: using a standard video driver without QI/CE.

So, my solution is only partial... the best will be patching APpleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext to enable VGA port as done by others for HD4000, but I don't know if it is possible, I don't have enough knowledge :)



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Nothing special:

- boot Clover

- in Clover screen go to options

- in Graphic Injector menu select InjectEDID, InjectIntel and in FakeID insert 0x0300220D

- boot

 

The problem is that you'll be able to boot with VGA, BUT: using a standard video driver without QI/CE.

So, my solution is only partial... the best will be patching APpleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext to enable VGA port as done by others for HD4000, but I don't know if it is possible, I don't have enough knowledge :)

 

Thanks for the infos , we need someone to patch VGA for us :D



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FakeID insert 0x0300220D

That is the Azul desktop framebuffer, not a device_id.

0x0300220D only has DisplayPort connectors.



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I have an odd issue with my 4600 (desktop). If I connect only one display through either DVI or DP (I don't have a HDMI adapter sadly so can't try that port), I get a picture but with heavy graphic bugs on both ports. If I connect TWO monitors, one DP and one DVI, at the same time, then I get a bug-free image on both displays. Anyone know why that is? I want to use a single display on the IGPU but can't seem to get it to work.

 

I've tried all ig-platform-id settings (the ones suggested in clover docs and 0x0300220D), but no difference or not able to boot. I also tried the kext linked above (from DP2 I assume), but no difference.

 

I was going to try the toleda patch above too, but I'm not sure how to detect what display is connected to what framebuffer, the instructions are a bit unclear on that. Also, from what I can see my port numbers are 0x5, 0x6 and 0x0 (not 0x7) when I check them with IOJones. Anyone that can help a newbie out with better instructions here?



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Hi,

 

I've been around for a while now and I know I haven't been the most active user on this forum but I'd like to thank all of you a lot for the help you provided all these years.

 

I've been struggling for days with my HD4600 graphics on Mavericks and I finally made it work!

I tried several bootloaders, IntelAzul values, platform ids, patches, flags... Either my computer booted with a blank screen, or didn't with kernel panics or stuck on "missing bluetooth controller transport"

 

My solution was to keep the Azul kext from 10.9.1, I installed it with Kext Wizard in S/L/E and I can now boot properly with IntelAzulFB=10.

 

I hope this will help someone with the same IGPU.

 

Thanks again,

 

FYI :

AsRock H81M-ITX

Intel i3-4330 (HD4600 on HDMI)

OS X 10.9.2 installed with myHack

I tried that, hoping it would magically work with my HD 4600/i3-4330/ASRock H85M-HDS setup, but now I'm getting stuck here, no matter what boot arguments I try to use:
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The bootloader I'm using is Chimera.

 

Update: Repaired permissions and now my display goes blank after it goes through the regular boot lines. This is what everything was originally doing after a fresh install, so nothing has changed on my end.



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That is the Azul desktop framebuffer, not a device_id.

0x0300220D only has DisplayPort connectors.

 

Yes, I confused it, that the reason why I was able to boot with VGA cable: 'cause with it (or any other number) OSX will not use the Azul driver, resulting in the ability to use the VGA connector, but loosing the functionality of the driver.







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