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In Topic: New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

22 February 2017 - 09:43 PM

@redbaty: Which mainboard do you have?

 

EDIT: Update your machine to Sierra (or at least El Capitan) and try the latest Version of the driver. If it doesn't work, we'll see what I can do for you but I'm not going to waste my time with Yosemite. Sorry, but this would be too much work.

 

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In Topic: No graphics / USB / Audio after wake

20 February 2017 - 06:12 AM

Yes, it's completely disabled. It's not wired on the motherboard, so there's nothing that connects IGPU anywhere i.e., HP couldn't make a BIOS patch to enable it.

There is no need for a display connector or any other hardware component in order to make use of the multimedia acceleration features. The question is, does lspci show the IGPU in the device listing?

 

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In Topic: No graphics / USB / Audio after wake

20 February 2017 - 01:12 AM

IIRC the EliteBooks have the IGPU completely disabled (you can only use the dGPU), so no switchable graphics there.

Are you sure as this would also disable the multimedia acceleration features of the IGPU? Also keep in mind that selecting the IGPU as secondary GPU changes its PCI device ID so that it won't be recognized by OS X as a supported device anymore.

 

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In Topic: No graphics / USB / Audio after wake

19 February 2017 - 11:56 PM

Has anyone tried this on a laptop that has Radeon only, like EliteBooks where HD4000 is not wired on the motherboard?

 

 

@Slice. Assuming this works, could it be possible to do this with Clover? Also I already load VBIOS from file with Clover to get QE/CI on HD 7570M. Couldn't I just patch that file so there's no need to flash GPU?

Flashing the GPU's VBIOS on a notebook is dangerous and involves the risk of turning your computer into a piece of high-tech scrap. If it's just the VBIOS, patching the VBIOS file which Clover loads should be enough but I doubt that this will solve the problem as notebooks usually have switchable graphics and the switch has to be done properly.

 

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In Topic: IntelMausiEthernet.kext for Intel onboard LAN

14 February 2017 - 10:20 AM

I'm only able to get 100baseTX speed on an i219. If I go into the network options and select "Advanced", and "Hardware", then change the settings from "Automatic" to "Manual" to force 1000baseTX, the network will not connect.

 

Is there any established fix?

Yes, fix your hardware as this is a hardware issue.

 

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