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Intel HD 3000 - How do I find the port number of the VGA port?

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Hey guys, I'm using a guide like this one http://forum.osxlati...tel-hd3000-gpu/

 

to hopefully get working VGA on my notebook. The only part I don't understand is where it says to get the VGA port number and insert that into the patch. Where do I get this port number? Tried scanning Google, couldn't turn up anything relevant.

 

Possibly relevant;

This is a notebook, specs in the signature. I have full hardware acceleration and 1080p on my internal display already working. I've tried the guides default (09) and that didn't work... tried '03' as it's the third connection in the list but I have no idea if that's what port number is actually referring too. I always go to displays in system preferences and hold option to detect. I'm on 10.10.3. My device id in system profiler shows 0x0126, and I do have 512mb showing as well.

Any suggestions?

 


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Hey guys, I'm using a guide like this one http://forum.osxlati...tel-hd3000-gpu/

 

to hopefully get working VGA on my notebook. The only part I don't understand is where it says to get the VGA port number and insert that into the patch. Where do I get this port number? Tried scanning Google, couldn't turn up anything relevant.

 

Possibly relevant;

This is a notebook, specs in the signature. I have full hardware acceleration and 1080p on my internal display already working. I've tried the guides default (09) and that didn't work... tried '03' as it's the third connection in the list but I have no idea if that's what port number is actually referring too. I always go to displays in system preferences and hold option to detect. I'm on 10.10.3. My device id in system profiler shows 0x0126, and I do have 512mb showing as well.

Any suggestions?

 

 

 

Find 

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Replace

010203001007000010070000050300000200000030000000060200000200000030000000020500000008000007000000000000000000000000000000

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HDMI+VGA

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AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB

 

My laptop full working (hdmi and vga port )



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I appreciate you man, but the VGA still doesn't work.. any ideas why? Am I onto something with the port numbers?



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Try the attached kext. It's modified to add a VGA port.

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