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  1. Can you please update your 1st gen intel graphics kext for macOS Mojave?

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    NVIDIA® WebDriver Updater.app

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    Mavericks MBR patch

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    Chameleon 2.4 svn

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    macOS 10.13.2 Update is out

    This was the first time I've ever encountered an issue installing an update. Upgrading to Clover v4334 and updating Lilu.kext, AppleALC, and Nvidiagraphicsfixup.kext were essential. When I tried updating through Mac App Store, the installer was corrupted. After downloading the macOS 10.13.2 update from Apple directly worked. Not sure why Mac App Store version didn't work for me.
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    Clover General discussion

    Updated to Clover v4233. I noticed that NvidiaWeb under SystemParameters in config.plist no longer enables the Nvidia Web Drivers without adding nv_drv=1. Was this an intentional change? Before v4233, only having NvidiaWeb set to TRUE enabled the drivers without nv_drv=1 flag.
  7. That's a pretty funny verbose message lol. Well if you are in fact using the same motherboard as mine then it should be very easy. Though I'm not sure why you want Yosemite if you can use Sierra just fine. For this motherboard you need iMac 14,2 SMBIOS, OsxAptioFix2Drv, KernelPM enabled, AppleRTC enabled, igPlatformID 0x0D220003 if using Intel HD 4600. Now I use a custom SSDT so you will need to enable GeneratePStates and GenerateCStates. For USB, Ethernet, kexts are placed in Clover kext folder. Other than that, this motherboard runs almost vanilla macOS. Not sure why you're having problems.
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    [GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

    I believe both of your computers are not supported by the framebuffer. Sony computers never worked. Dells, only a few. It has something to do with how the display is connected, most likely eDP.
  9. Thanks! I've been wanting to update this guide for a long time with new information, especially finishing up the DSDT section but due to other matters I don't have time. Eventually I'll get to it lol.
  10. I'm not understanding. You only need to get your DSDT first and fix the errors. Or do you not know how to do that? There is an SSDT generator for Core I processors which you can use.
  11. Don't use the H81M files. They're too old. First of all, you need to extract your DSDT and patch it so that there are no errors. I did generate an SSDT based on my processsor. That's pretty much all i did to get sleep working. Unless you need something specific in Clover. You should get your DSDT and SSDT. Not sure why you aren't doing that. You have to look at your asus manual to see if any jumpers exist.
  12. My motherboard MSI H81M-E34 shouldnt be that different from yours. In my case, whenever I sleep, in order to wake the computer up, I have to press the power button once. After that it wakes up normally. In order to actually force the motherboard to keep USB power on during sleep you have to change a jumper on the motherboard. Read the motherboard manual for more information on this.
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    [GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

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