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Hi all,

 

I'm doing a mackintosh in a EliteBook 840 G2.

 

it has an Intel HD 5500 Graphics Card.

 

Attached File  Screen Shot 2017-09-21 at 15.08.12.png   97.21KB   1 downloads

 

and I can't figure out how to make it work properly, when I check Inject intel on clover I get this loop below, it keep looping over these two different lines:

RTUSBWriteMACRegister: Offset = 0x1314 - Value 0x3030505
...
AGS: ---> MlmeDynamicTxRateSwitchingAGSv2
...
RTUSBWriteMACRegister: Offset = 0x1314 - Value 0x3030505
...
AGS: ---> MlmeDynamicTxRateSwitchingAGSv2

Attached File  IMG_2413.JPG   189.12KB   1 downloads

 

here is my CLOVER folder with my current config.plist:

Attached File  CLOVER.zip   4.61MB   6 downloads

 

if someone can help me with this I'll be so glad.



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I've changed the ig-platform-id to 0x16160006 and now the system boots with Inject Intel but still not video acceleration.

 

Attached File  Screen Shot 2017-09-22 at 11.18.46.png   98.69KB   1 downloads

 

some can help with this?



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I've changed the ig-platform-id to 0x16160006 and now the system boots with Inject Intel but still not video acceleration.

 

attachicon.gifScreen Shot 2017-09-22 at 11.18.46.png

 

some can help with this?

Hi, try using ig-platform-id=0x16160002. Delete .dsl files in acpi/patched as they are useless. kext-dev-mode=1 hasn't been used since El Capitan.

Run IORegistryExplorer. Go to File -> Save As... and attach the file created.

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Hi, try using ig-platform-id=0x16160002. Delete .dsl files in acpi/patched as they are useless. kext-dev-mode=1 hasn't been used since El Capitan.

Run IORegistryExplorer. Go to File -> Save As... and attach the file created.

 

 

Hey, thanks for reply!

 

I'm using ig-platform-id=0x16160006, the system doesn't boot with 0x16160002, I deleted .dsl and removed kext-dev-mode,

 

here is the file that you request:

Attached File  Wesley’s MacBook Pro.zip   407.75KB   1 downloads


My DVMT is already on 512mb so I guess that I don't need to apply patch for prealloc is it right?



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Hey, thanks for reply!

 

I'm using ig-platform-id=0x16160006, the system doesn't boot with 0x16160002, I deleted .dsl and removed kext-dev-mode,

 

here is the file that you request:

attachicon.gifWesley’s MacBook Pro.zip


My DVMT is already on 512mb so I guess that I don't need to apply patch for prealloc is it right?

Yeah, you need to apply it only if you cannot change the dvmt in bios settings.

From your ioreg, it seems the broadwell's framebuffer is not loaded.

Try to take a look at this guide, as i don't know any other way to help you: http://www.insanelym...yosemite-10103/



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Yeah, you need to apply it only if you cannot change the dvmt in bios settings.

From your ioreg, it seems the broadwell's framebuffer is not loaded.

Try to take a look at this guide, as i don't know any other way to help you: http://www.insanelym...yosemite-10103/

 

I'm trying to solve this by two days.

 

Doesn't what more I can do.

 

when set ig-platform-id=0x16160002 the last text that I see is this:

Attached File  IMG_2419.jpg   142.88KB   1 downloads

 

then I type my user password and screen is updated:

Attached File  IMG_2420.jpg   118.46KB   1 downloads

 

There's a way to I know why the Broadwell's Framebuffer isn't loading?

 

I've read the guide that you provided but no clarification of how can I solve this.



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There's a way to I know why the Broadwell's Framebuffer isn't loading?

Check IORegistryExplorer, under IGPU.

Another way is to look at About This Mac -> System Report -> Graphics/Displays

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Check IORegistryExplorer, under IGPU.

Another way is to look at About This Mac -> System Report -> Graphics/Displays

 so, I see but what should be loaded "AppleIntelAzulController"?



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 so, I see but what should be loaded "AppleIntelAzulController"?

In your case, it should load Broadwell framebuffer. Try rehabman's patches in his config.plist (https://github.com/R...5500_6000.plist). Try them one by one and not all at once.







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