yes, well don't blame it on your mobo : Mac hardwares (with Mountain Lion) don't include vga output. So Apple is not handling analog video signal in ML.
DVI-I is a standard port/plug that integrates 4 more pins than DVI-D, those 4 pins carry the analog signal. So even if your mobo had had a DVI-I port,
it would not be a solution for your, because your VGA/DVI converter would only get the analog signal from the mobo... hence you fall back on the same problem.
Can you help me? I have the same as lacedaemon in IOReg. I am however using DVI-D and with the above EFI string HD 4000 and the Capri kext both load. Still I don't get
QE/CI. The latest thing I did was install the latest kexts
from the recently released ##### 5.3.0 patched for using a mix of ivy and sandy. My processor is the Core i5 3450 with the HD 2500 graphics but I use an older motherboard with the H61 chipset, making it a series 6 Intel motherboard. its the Gigabyte GA-H61M-S2H-USB3. At first it wasn't even booting every time I switched the onboard graphics on. After changing the IME name I managed to get it to boot. I also use a discreet graphics card which is fully supported. It's the Nvidia 8800GS, I have no problems with it. I have tried pretty much all the EFI strings posted here and elsewhere without success. At least one of them loads the HD 4000 and capri but most of them don't. I'm really at a loss, I don't really need the onboard graphics but it would be nice to have as a backup. Also to enable other things like AirPlay. Is it possible to get it working? Are there some there are incompatible? My onboard ID is 0152 in IORegistryExplorer I get exactly what lacedaemon gets. No change at all including how onboard is described as GFX0@2 and no igplatformId appearing. I have been trying with DVI all this time but I guess I can try with HDMI tomorrow
I've managed to get it to work and it's all back to normal. After following the instructions and installing clover, I then configured the config plist with the right values and some made up ones. The mac address is correct but the serial number was short with only 12 digits instead of 17. I added some random letters to make up for the count and I was in. All I need to know now is how to go from the bios screen to the apple logo as I hate that the machine stops at the clover interface for a certain amount of time, which, I don't like. I prefer for it to appear when I need it and not every time. How to add quite boot to the plist?