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Guide I am following: http://www.insanelym...-pentium-g4500/

 

Specs:

Pentium G4400

Intel HD Graphics 510

Asus H110 motherboard (D320MT - https://www.asus.com...specifications/ )

 

Problem I am having:

1. I don't have a graphics card (using integrated Intel HD Graphics 510)

2. When in verbose, it goes through a tons of line, then at about 75% loaded into the installation, it moves to another apple logo with a bar, sometimes the mouse would infinite load, and that's all.

 

Is there any way for the installation screen to load?



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I don't think there is a successful report on a full working HD510...u should try to get a supported GPU, it will save you a lot of work. 

Disable USB3.0 on bios for installation , use USB2.0 flash drive and port to boot, follow that guide related to SMBIOS type, USB fix e FakeCPUID, use 

minimal kexts (Fakesmc/VoodooPS2) and remember that NullCPUPM is a temporary solution to boot as it disables CPU power management, use latest bios of ur system, latest Clover and FakeSMC without hw sensors from the binary package.



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I don't think there is a successful report on a full working HD510...u should try to get a supported GPU, it will save you a lot of work. 

Disable USB3.0 on bios for installation , use USB2.0 flash drive and port to boot, follow that guide related to SMBIOS type, USB fix e FakeCPUID, use 

minimal kexts (Fakesmc/VoodooPS2) and remember that NullCPUPM is a temporary solution to boot as it disables CPU power management, use latest bios of ur system, latest Clover and FakeSMC without hw sensors from the binary package.

Then I suppose it should even loads into installation without the proper graphics card needed.

In my case, it just stuck.



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Try the following:

  1. fake CPU id 0306A0 (because Pentium G4400 apparently not natively supported)
  2. inject Intel Desktop HD 510 layout-id 0x19020001
  3. add/load Rehabman's FakePCIID + FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics

That's what I found as possible solution after a quick scrounge on the web.

 

If that does not work, try to boot in safe mode, that usually disables graphics. Or remove the SkyLake graphics kexts from your USB installer (keep a backup somewhere).

 

© Consomac.fr:

[ 1] 0x191e0000 - Intel® HD Graphics 515..........(ULX GT2)

[ 2] 0x19160000 - Intel® HD Graphics 520..........(ULT GT2)
[ 3] 0x19260000 - Intel® Iris™ Graphics 540.......(ULT GT3)
[ 4] 0x191b0000 - Intel® HD Graphics 530..........(Halo GT2)
[ 5] 0x193b0000 - Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics 580...(Halo GT4)
[ 6] 0x19120000 - Intel® HD Graphics 530..........(Desktop GT2)
[ 7] 0x19020001 - Intel® HD Graphics 510..........(Desktop GT1)
[ 8] 0x19170001 - Skylake Desktop.................(GT1.5)
[ 9] 0x19120001 - Intel® HD Graphics 530..........(Desktop GT2)
[10] 0x19320001 - Skylake Desktop.................(GT4)
[11] 0x19160002 - Intel® HD Graphics 520..........(ULT GT2)
[12] 0x19260002 - Intel® Iris™ Graphics 540.......(ULT GT3)
[13] 0x191e0003 - Intel® HD Graphics 515..........(ULX GT2)
[14] 0x19260004 - Intel® Iris™ Graphics 540.......(ULT GT3)
[15] 0x193b0005 - Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics 580...(Halo GT4)
[16] 0x193b0006 - Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics 580...(Halo GT4)







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