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  1. English: https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGreen/blob/master/Manual/FAQ.IntelHD.en.md Russian: https://www.applelife.ru/threads/intel-hd-graphics-3000-4000-4400-4600-5000-5500-5600-520-530-630.1289648/ Chinese: https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGreen/blob/master/Manual/FAQ.IntelHD.cn.md
  2. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    HACKINTOOL The Swiss army knife of vanilla Hackintoshing WARNING! Hackintool is not an automated patching tool that does all the work for you. Knowledge is required on how to patch before using it. Please read the Intel Framebuffer patching using WhateverGreen guide before you download this tool! I also recommend you read Daliansky's Hackintool tutorial (a proper English translation would be welcome). Mojave, Lilu + WhateverGreen You cannot use the Clover's KextsToPatch for framebuffer patching in Mojave for Skylake and above Framebuffer Dumps There are a few ways to dump your framebuffer data (the second two require WhateverGreen + Lilu debug versions) to read in Hackintool: 1. Use the Framebuffer->macOS 10.13.6 / Framebuffer->macOS 10.14 menu to create patches without a framebuffer dump 2. Use the -igfxdump boot flag to dump IGPU framebuffer kext to /AppleIntelFramebuffer_X_Y (root of your boot drive) and then File->Open menu 3. Use the -igfxfbdump boot flag to dump native and patched framebuffer table to ioreg and then File->Import->IOReg Dump menu Features - Supports Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, Haswell, Broadwell, Skylake, Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake, Cannon Lake and Ice Lake generations - Create All, Connectors or VRAM patches - Detect Changes for auto patch creation - Create Clover patches in hex, base64 or Devices/Properties formats - Displays native GPU and Model identifiers - Display and edit Memory Info such as Stolen, Framebuffer, VRAM, Cursor etc. - Roll over some items for additional info (Tooltips) - Reads "live" data directly from Framebuffer kexts (if available; see Mojave note below) - File->Open framebuffer file generated by WhateverGreen's -igfxdump boot flag - File->Export->Clover config.plist / File->Export->Framebuffer.txt file - Patch audio layout id - Add USB port limit patch - Plug and unplug USB2 / USB3 devices and set port connector types then generate a USBPorts.kext - Advanced patching options (DVMT pre-alloc 32 MB, VRAM 2048 MB, Disable eGPU, Enable HDMI20 (4K), DP -> HDMI, GfxYTile Fix, Reboot Fix, USB port Limit, Spoof Audio Device Id, FB Port Limit, Spoof Gfx Device Id) Release Notes 2.8.6 - Fix crash in getEDIDData, fix Import KextsToPatch 2.8.5 - Add "Show Installed Only" option for installed kexts 2.8.4 - Improved framebuffer enumeration, updated codecs and pci.ids 2.8.3 - Improved version checking routine, updated Turkish translation 2.8.2 - Updated Clover download location / OpenCore download support, Chinese translation update 2.8.1 - Data file updates 2.8.0 - Fixed OpenCore KextsToPatch format. Removed DSDT Rename auto selection 2.7.9 - Source is now on Github here 2.7.8 - Fix pcidevices.dsl compile error 2.7.7 - pcidevices.dsl export will now compile. Fix for Device Path 2.7.6 - Custom Device Path generation code (big thanks to @jaymonkey for helping test). Updated Chinese translation 2.7.5 - PCI DevicePath fix 2.7.4 - Added EveryMac.com Serial Check 2.7.3 - Added Serial Number Generator (thanks to vit9696 / MacInfoPkg team) 2.7.2 - Added EDID injection to IGPU. Added DPCD Max Link Rate patching. Added tooltips for Advanced / LSPCON patch options. Updated pci.ids / AppleALC audio data 2.7.1 - Bug fixes. Updated pci.ids / AppleALC audio data 2.7.0 - Launch process output fix (big thanks to @jaymonkey for the help testing this). Prepends "Intel" for IGPU name for Intel Power Gadget (thanks again to @jaymonkey for discovering this). System Info now includes all graphics cards. iMessage Keys are now clearly labeled. Added new OpenCore logo. Updated pci.ids / AppleALC audio data 2.6.9 - Disable Gatekeeper tool fix 2.6.8 - Catalina fixes 2.6.7 - Added "HDMI Infinite Loop Fix". Added LSPCON patching. Fixes 2.6.6 - Added "Disable Gatekeeper and mount the disk in read/write mode" tool. Change GFX0 to IGPU selection no longer shows for dGPU 2.6.5 - Improved BT hardware detection (when installed) and will show if FW Loaded (if using BrcmPatchRAM) 2.6.4 - Fixes 2.6.3 - Added Atheros BT device detection 2.6.2 - Added Bluetooth to Info->Misc 2.6.1 - Fixed USB device speeds 2.6.0 - USB fixes for macOS Catalina. USB now shows device speeds. Much improved Log viewer. Installing kexts on macOS Catalina will prompt to disable Gatekeeper and mount the disk in read/write mode. Fixed Atheros install for macOS Catalina. Added NativeDisplayBrightness to kext install list. Updated translations for Korean / Chinese 2.5.9 - ACPI names must be 4 characters (thanks P1LGRIM) 2.5.8 - Now using pci.ids for Audio Controllers 2.5.7 - Removed kextcache -u / call for rebuild cache. Added more command output for tools 2.5.6 - Added column sorting to PCI table 2.5.5 - Added ASRock DeskMini 310 system config 2.5.4 - Will now output mounting errors 2.5.3 - Fixed EveryMac.com Visit link 2.5.2 - Added Host, OS, Kernel and RAM System Info 2.5.1 - Add support for 0x3EA50005 0x3EA60005 0x3E980003 frame id for CFL refresh 2.5.0 - Fixed stdout/stderr output capture for admin privilege shell commands (thanks jaymonkey) 2.4.9 - Fixes 2.4.8 - Fixes 2.4.7 - Fixes 2.4.6 - "Rebuild KextCache and Repair Permissions" moved to tools section now has progress bar 2.4.5 - Output added for "Rebuild KextCache and Repair Permissions" 2.4.4 - Chinese language updates. Compiler improvements 2.4.3 - Chinese language updates. USB configurator fixes 2.4.2 - Changed Framebuffer Info to Selected / Current Framebuffer Info for easier comparison 2.4.1 - Chinese language update 2.4.0 - Now includes iMessageDebug data (ElNono / mdmwii / flux84 / sugarface / pokenguyen). Export system info data. View model info (everymac.com). Check serial feature. Preliminary OpenCore support (thanks vit9696) 2.3.9 - ComboBox fix (thanks telepati) 2.3.8 - Bug fixes (thanks ReddestDream) 2.3.7 - Improved Clover EFI Mounting. Clover PCI export now uses SubClass for device_type 2.3.6 - Bug fixes. "Use Intel HDMI" option added (hda-gfx=onboard-x). Added "Non Scaled" resolution type 2.3.5 - Fixed bug in Device Path generator (gfxutil). Added "Generate Windows UTC Registry Files" tool 2.3.4 - Updated audio codecs, Export PCI list in Clover and dsl format, Now dumps all ACPI tables and decompiles to dsl 2.3.3 - Extract DSDT (phpdev32), Auto update PCIIDs (MuntashirAkon), Export PCI list in JSON format 2.3.2 - Monitor PCI hotplug 2.3.1 - UI Updates 2.3.1 - Right-click on a PCI device and select "Copy IOReg Path". Launch IORegistryExplorer and select Go->Go to Path... menu, paste in the path and click the "Go to Path" button. 2.2.8 - Added warning for HWP state logging (previous state can only be restored after a reboot) 2.2.7 - Added VDA Decoder status. Added DevicePath for PCI devices. Export PCI Devices list to desktop 2.2.6 - Improved Boot EFI detection. Set Boot EFI manually. AppleIntelInfo shows 30 second timer to log CStates. Restores HWP state after logging. Added Intel Regs warning. Calculator now shows reverse bytes 2.2.4 - Added AppleIntelInfo options (Enable HWP, Log: CStates, IGPU, IPG Style, Intel Regs, MSRs). Added AppleIntelInfo 20 second delay for CState capture. 2.2.2 - Added Info tab (Network Interfaces, Graphic Devices, Audio Devices and Storage Devices). Will highlight power settings green or red to indicate issues 2.2.1 - Fixes 2.2.0 - New PCI Devices, Network, Power and Tools tab 2.1.9 - Added Github kext downloading. The download version may be older than the source version. Also due to Github API rate limits it will store the latest download urls. Added Install kext(s) function. Added Rebuild KextCache and Repair Permissions function 2.1.8 - Uses kextstat to get the versions 2.1.7 - Now detects more kexts 2.1.6 - Can now download the current version numbers of Lilu + Plugins 2.0.8 - Patch->System Configs menu with various configurations you can try if your Coffee Lake system is being troublesome (CaseySJ) 2.0.4 - Apply Clover patches (KernelToPatch, KextToPatch, DSDT Renames). View, create and edit NVRAM variables (be careful!). View installed Lilu + Plugins, download and automatically compile the latest versions 1.9.6 - Disk display enhancements (icons / mount / unmount buttons) 1.9.2 - Fixes 1.9.1 - Added SSDT-UIAC.aml / SSDT-USBX.aml export support 1.9.0 - Fixed launch bug (thanks @Pavo) 1.8.7 - Added USB Power DSDT Renames 1.8.6 - Added DSDT Renames 1.8.5 - Fixes 1.8.4 - Auto update capability using Sparkle framework 1.8.3 - Improved Audio Device detection / selection, window can now be resized 1.8.2 - Added translations; French (Matgen84), German (al6042), Korean (zisqo), Russian / Ukrainian (ctich) 1.8.1 - Clover downloader (Kozlek / JrCs / slice), NVRAM boot-args edit, improved authorization, UI update 1.8.0 - Improved USB power export (corpnewt), other fixes, new icon 1.7.9 - Added USB power export, EFI partition mounting, calculator and log viewer 1.7.8 - Added resolution injection from one-key-hidpi script (xzhih) 1.7.7 - Added EDID patching support for AMD & nVidia 1.7.6 - EDID overrides can now export custom icons 1.7.5 - Improved USB guide, added print button 1.7.4 - Fixed defaults 1.7.3 - Updates 1.7.2 - Renamed app to Hackintool, added EDID injection support (Andy Vandijck) 1.7.1 - Dark mode fixes 1.7.0 - USB & Audio info added, shows possible spoof / kext requirements 1.6.9 - Updates 1.6.8 - Added framebuffer-camellia and framebuffer-flags patching support 1.6.7 - Added Macmini8,1 and MacBookAir8,1 definitions 1.6.6 - Data file updates 1.6.5 - Fixed USBInjectAll detection 1.6.4 - Audio layout id detection improvement 1.6.3 - Now shows Audio Controller 1.6.2 - USB fixes 1.6.1 - Improved Spoof Audio Device Id option 1.6.0 - Fixes 1.5.9 - Now shows USB Controllers 1.5.8 - Will store and restore USB ports between app sessions for use with new USBInjectAll.kext (0.7.0) to include boot flags for excluding groups of ports 1.5.7 - Now detects EHC and hub ports (thanks to RehabMan & SavageAUS). Multi-select USB Ports. Now detects if USBInjectAll is installed 1.5.4 - Fixed audio codec detection when user has multiple audio devices. Added "Reboot Fix" advanced patch (sets connector pipe values to 18) 1.5.3 - Improved Export->Clover config.plist and now makes a backup (config-backup.plist) 1.5.2 - Added Patch->AzulPatcher4600 1.5.1 - USBPorts port-count fix 1.5.0 - Fixes 1.4.9 - Added tab to show if Lilu, WhateverGreen and AppleALC are installed and version info 1.4.8 - Fixed framebuffer-cursormem output for iASL DSL Source patching 1.4.7 - Added support for new WEG -igfxfbdump boot flag using File->Import->IOReg Dump menu 1.4.6 - Fixes. Added Framebuffer->macOS 10.14 menu item. Added QE/CI and Metal support detection 1.4.5 - Added support for framebuffer-cursormem (Haswell) 1.4.4 - Added ability to inject valid device-id's 1.4.3 - Fixes 1.4.2 - Added Patch->Import KextsToPatch / Apply Current Patches menu. Renamed USBPower.kext -> USBPorts.kext 1.4.1 - Added TypeC USB ports 1.4.0 - Improved Intel Generation detection 1.3.9 - Now using AppleIntelFramebuffer@X index for connector association 1.3.8 - Fixed bug AppleIntelFramebuffer port-number should be connecter index + 4 or 0 for internal (RehabMan) 1.3.7 - Shows Display Info for connected displays on connector ports (with display hot plug support), fixed iASL DSL Source hex output, connector drag-drop to change order 1.3.6 - Fixes 1.3.5 - Will try HDAS if HDEF is not found 1.3.4 - Added AllData connector patch method (RehabMan). Will try GFX0 if IGPU is not found 1.3.3 - Fixes. Added more audio layout-id's (vandroiy2013) 1.3.2 - Fixes 1.3.1 - Fixes. Added new menu Framebuffer->Current Version / macOS 10.13.6 1.3.0 - Added audio patching, Clover config.plist exporting, USB patching, advanced auto patching 1.2.8 - Added iASL DSL Source patch output, display detected Intel gen and platform-id 1.2.7 - File->Export framebuffer text file 1.2.6 - Fix preallocated memory calculation formula (vit9696) 1.2.5 - Still outputs a config.plist/Devices/Properties patch when "Auto Detect Changes" is selected 1.2.4 - Fixes 1.2.3 - config.plist/Devices/Properties patch now outputs data format 1.2.2 - Fixes 1.2.1 - Updates and fixes 1.2.0 - Added support for Cannon Lake and Ice Lake 1.1.0 - Added MacBookPro15,1 and MacBookPro15,2 models 1.0.9 - Support for Mojave, Coffee Lake, WhateverGreen's -igfxdump boot flag and Clover's config.plist/Devices/Properties patch output 1.0.8 - Updates 1.0.7 - Fixed support for dark mode 1.0.6 - Better backwards compatibility 1.0.5 - Detects Chipset / Address on Startup, Edit Memory Values Easier 1.0.4 - Added GPU / Model Info 1.0.3 - Added Tooltips 1.0.2 - Added Memory tab 1.0.1 - Minor Fixes 1.0.0 - Initial Release Credits - vit9696 for WhateverGreen (full credits), Lilu (full credits), AppleALC (full credits), USBPorts.kext and additional help - vit9696 for IntelFramebuffer.bt with additional work by bcc9, Piker-Alpha and joevt - DalianSky for Intel Core Platform ID and SMBIOS Quick Reference - vandroiy2013 for audio id data from AppleALC - RehabMan for all data patching method, ioreg framebuffer dump and other contributions Download Download Hackintool
  3. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    It's because the Location ID column is being sorted before Name
  4. headkaze

    Intel Framebuffer patching using WhateverGreen

    I've replaced the first post with links to WEG's Github documentation which is up to date and easier to manage
  5. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Can you try selecting "Clear All" then "Refresh" buttons. If it still is not correct please post your .ioreg.
  6. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Ahh yes, good catch! Thank you; it was indeed broken recently! Fixed in v3.1.1!
  7. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Can you try v3.1.2?
  8. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    You need to click the "Update Versions" button now. You need to click the "Update Versions" button now.
  9. I'm just going to run through some of the changes I made to RehabMan's BrcmPatchRAM project for it to function in macOS Catalina. I don't really have time to go any further with it but hopefully my research and testing can help get an official working version out. I'm using BrcmFirmwareData.kext, BrcmPatchRAM2.kext and BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext and place them inside EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext was not required on previous macOS releases but is on Catalina because of the following missing IOCatalogue methods: kxld[com.no-one.BrcmPatchRAM2]: The following symbols are unresolved for this kext: kxld[com.no-one.BrcmPatchRAM2]: IOCatalogue::addDrivers(OSArray*, bool) kxld[com.no-one.BrcmPatchRAM2]: IOCatalogue::removeDrivers(OSDictionary*, bool) kxld[com.no-one.BrcmPatchRAM2]: IOCatalogue::startMatching(OSDictionary*) Since these methods are no longer available they must be removed from the project. The easiest way to do this is to comment out publishPersonality() and publishResourcePersonality() methods from BrcmPatchRAM.cpp / BrcmPatchRAM.h. Also remove all calls to these methods in BrcmPatchRAM.cpp. The next issue is dealing with the 0xe00002c2 error when reading and writing to the BRCM hardware. Starting with BrcmPatchRAM::continuousRead() and BrcmPatchRAM::readCompletion() we need to add an kIODirectionIn option. ie. mReadBuffer = IOBufferMemoryDescriptor::inTaskWithOptions(kernel_task, kIODirectionIn, 0x200); IOReturn result = mReadBuffer->prepare(kIODirectionIn); IOReturn result = me->mReadBuffer->complete(kIODirectionIn); Next in BrcmPatchRAM::bulkWrite we need to add kIODirectionOut options. if (IOMemoryDescriptor* buffer = IOMemoryDescriptor::withAddress((void*)data, length, kIODirectionOut)) if ((result = buffer->prepare(kIODirectionOut)) == kIOReturnSuccess) if ((result = buffer->complete(kIODirectionOut)) != kIOReturnSuccess) Now that we don't have IOCatalogue::addDrivers, IOCatalogue::removeDrivers and IOCatalogue::startMatching methods to switch from using the uploader driver to native macOS driver we have to use BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext instead. So my Bluetooth device is a BCM20702A0 with VendorID 0x0A5C and ProductID 0x216F (Dell DW1560 4352+20702 M.2) located in internal USB port HS14. So I'll use it as an example for the following modifications. In BrcmPatchRAM2-Info.plist we need the following entry. Note the addition of the IOProbeScore. When the kext is loaded it will call BrcmPatchRAM::probe which will update the firmware and return NULL and then the BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext should load instead. <key>0a5c_216f</key> <dict> <key>CFBundleIdentifier</key> <string>com.no-one.$(PRODUCT_NAME:rfc1034identifier)</string> <key>DisplayName</key> <string>DW1560 Bluetooth 4.0 LE</string> <key>FirmwareKey</key> <string>BCM20702A1_001.002.014.1443.1572_v5668</string> <key>IOClass</key> <string>BrcmPatchRAM2</string> <key>IOMatchCategory</key> <string>BrcmPatchRAM2</string> <key>IOProviderClass</key> <string>IOUSBHostDevice</string> <key>IOProbeScore</key> <integer>4000</integer> <key>idProduct</key> <integer>8559</integer> <key>idVendor</key> <integer>2652</integer> </dict> In BrcmBluetoothInjector-Info.plist we need the following entry. Note again the addition of the IOProbeScore. We want the BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext to load the macOS kext after the firmware has been uploaded to the hardware. Since BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext has not been updated in a long time you may need to add your hardware manually to the plist. Note that your Bluetooth device VendorID / ProductID is not the same as your WiFi hardware and will not show up in your PCI list. You will need to look at the USB ports to get this info. <key>0a5c_216f</key> <dict> <key>CFBundleIdentifier</key> <string>com.apple.iokit.BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport</string> <key>IOClass</key> <string>BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport</string> <key>IOProviderClass</key> <string>IOUSBHostDevice</string> <key>IOProbeScore</key> <integer>3000</integer> <key>idProduct</key> <integer>8559</integer> <key>idVendor</key> <integer>2652</integer> </dict> You will know the firmware is uploaded when its version in About This Mac->System Report...->Bluetooth shows something like: Firmware Version: v14 c5668 If it shows 4096 then the upload has failed. I will attach my compiled versions for people to help test. I'm not 100% sure if this is method is going to work so I'd appreciate feedback on it. Downloads (acidanthera)
  10. @Mieze do you have any ideas on what might be causing this issue? ... and the issue opening the device? (BrcmPatchRAM3) BrcmPatchRAM: uploadFirmware could not open the device!
  11. Maybe try playing around with the boot flags: bpr_probedelay=100 bpr_initialdelay=300 bpr_postresetdelay=300
  12. There are some useful tips and info on DalianSky's blog post here (it's in Chinese so you may need to translate the page into English).
  13. headkaze

    AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    Unfortunately it's not really something the average person can do right now. The general process goes like this: 1. Download the source code to AppleALC 2. Run Pin Configurator and File->Open... and select your dump ie. HdaCodec (Realtek ALC255).txt 3. Select Patch->Verb Sanitize 4. Select File->Export->PinConfigs.kext and browse to the AppleALC-master/Resources/PinConfigs.kext file 5. Edit the newly added entry for your Layout ID in AppleALC-master/Resources/PinConfigs.kext/Contents/Info.plist file (defaults may be okay) ie. - AFGLowPowerState - WakeConfigData - WakeVerbReinit 6. Add a Platforms.xml file* 7. Recompile AppleALC and test the new Layout ID * I didn't finish implementing the Platforms.xml export feature in Pin Configurator. @insanelyDeepak said he was going to have a look at finishing it off at some point. If anyone else wants to give it a try the method is called createPlatformsXml() in HdaCodec.m. There are other things that need to be done to make the exporting process more automated but currently it does require some expertise to do it. So for now you probably need someone here to help you or by all means give it a try yourself.
  14. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    No, you can copy Lilu.kext and WhateverGreen.kext to EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other before you boot into macOS.
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    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Have you read the Intel Framebuffer patching using WhateverGreen? Are you patching to a Platform ID that makes sense? Have you searched the forums for a previously created config you can use?
  16. headkaze

    AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    FYI there's an updated version of Pin Configurator here.
  17. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    There are now two main Bootloaders (OpenCore and Clover). So it will export the format based on whatever Bootloader you have set in that tab (it will auto detect by default)
  18. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Yes, it is by design. You need to click the "Update Version Info" button now.
  19. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    You'll need to select a device to populate the Audio Info section. Rather than replicate Apple's System Report I'm aiming to provide information that's more relevant to Hackintosh users. In a recent update I added additional info for AppleALC users (IOService:/.../HDEF/.../AppleHDACodecGeneric/HDAConfigDefault/0). I can add more info for VoodooHDA just let me know what info to add and the location in IORegistry. I also updated Pin Configurator so you can import the IOService:/.../HDAConfigDefault/0/BootConfigData dumped by AppleALC. It would be nice to be able to do this with VoodooHDA. Is there a location in IORegistry where the Pin Config data is stored?
  20. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    The device-id for your IGPU was in NSData format but was only 2 bytes long (I was ignoring anything less than 4 bytes). Please try Hackintool v2.9.8.
  21. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    In your first image Info->System you have "Intel ???" and "GPU Device ID" of 0x00008086. This data is displayed by enumerating the IODisplay's on your system. The "GPU Device ID" value is the device-id and vendor-id of the parent IOPCIDevice (in this case IGPU). The device-id for your IGPU must be 0x0, missing or not in NSData format. Perhaps it's because you're running in headless mode (0x19120001)? Give Hackintool v2.9.7 a try and if it's still not working please attach your IORegistry so I can take a more in depth look at this issue.
  22. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Hi @nik135 I added an ASPM column. It displays the value of pci-aspm-default from the PCI IOReg entry. It would be nice to display a more friendly version than the hex value so I was doing some research and found these values: # Hex Binary Meaning # ------------------------- # 0 0b00 L0 only # 1 0b01 L0s only # 2 0b10 L1 only # 3 0b11 L1 and L0s On my laptop I'm seeing values of 0, 2 and 3 and sometimes bit 8 is set. I'm not entirely sure if the first two bits correspond to the table above. Bit 8 being set could be "exit latency" or something else I'm not sure. I could just show the values of the first two bits instead? I've also seen the following #define's which also corresponds to the chart above but I can't find anything that explains bit 8. #define PCIE_LINK_STATE_L0S 1 #define PCIE_LINK_STATE_L1 2 #define PCIE_LINK_STATE_CLKPM 4
  23. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    You have the latest release versions which still highlight green. Compiling the latest Github version is up to you.
  24. headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    The source to Hackintool is available on Github. The file(s) you would be looking for are FixEDID.m and FixEDID.h The header file contains the EDID struct. If you do a binary compare of your modified EDID files it should tell you the offsets so you can then figure out what fields are changed in the EDID struct. That should make it much easier to add some sort of setting.
  25. The name is not so important (it's just the same rebranded hardware) it's the VID:PID that counts. Your hardware is already supported and BrcmPatchRAM3 has a newer version of the firmware you link to above anyway.
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