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kraecka

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Hey,

 

first of all I'd like to thank you for your support, which helped me setting up my Sony Hackintosh.

 

But I still have some Problems with Graphics.

I have a Sony Vaio Fit Notebook with a 2880x1620 Resolution.

It has a Intel 4500U Processor with a HD4400.

I get full qe/qi, but only on Resolution lower than 1920x1080.

When I set the native Resolution the screen flickers, the strangest is, as long as I move a Window (for example a Finder Window) the flickering is gone. When I stop moving around it starts flickering again.

 

The Resolution I use now is 1440x810. On that Resolution everything works correct.

When I set the Resolution to 1920x1080 I get a weird Menubar.  The Screenshot I attached shows this.

 

I have also tried debugging my dsdt/ssdt, but I have figured out that only a few Methods are called.

 

P.S I found a little touch support for my N-Trig Touchscreen in 10.10

 

Any help or hint is appreciated

Chris 

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maly70

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I have the same problem but in 10.9.4 (latest beta) only, i did not know where is the problem comes from

i installed intelFrameBufferAzul from 10.9.3 but did not work.

I wonder who can  this issue and solves it will be a super expert user.

As soon as i got a solution i will upload the file/s (if any needed) and will write down how to.



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same here after update to 10.9.3 and 10.9.4. Issue was from Use AppleIntelFramebufferAzul. On 10.9.3, I can use the kext from 10.9.2 and issue resolved. but on 10.9.4 using same kext also gone but i lost my QE/CI








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