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  1. Intel HD3000 not working 10.10.4

    Apologies for the confusion; the goal is to have three monitors running concurrently. Two on my GTX770, and the remaining one on the HD3000. The GTX 770 has one monitor hooked up via HDMI, and one via VGA to DVI adapter. The HD3000 has a the third monitor hooked up via VGA. As I mentioned in post #7, I introduced a projector hooked up to the HD3000's HDMI port for the sake of testing. In my tests, I noted that monitor #3 (HD3000's VGA port) still would not display, however the projector on the HDMI port would. Next I installed the kext you provided, and the result is now that while OS X claims to not see monitor #3 on HD3000's VGA port, it does actually output, however it's outputting the exact same feed as the projector connected to HD3000's HDMI port. I'm currently out and about at the moment, so I can't provide you with the Intel Reg dump, but I will as soon as I get home.
  2. Intel HD3000 not working 10.10.4

    I changed DualLink to 1 in Clover's config, but that further restricted my resolution options. One thing I should have explained better is that monitor #3 doesn't actually appear in the Display settings. Monitors #1 and #2 and Projector all show up, but monitor #3 does not, yet monitor #3 clones what is on Projector. I hope that makes sense to you. I'm not sure what you mean by extracting hardware info. If you mean the details of System Report, I've uploaded that here.
  3. Intel HD3000 not working 10.10.4

    I'm not sure what this means, nor how to do it I'm afraid. More progress though; I ended up re-installing everything, and that kext did something, but not quite right. I now have the third monitor booting from VGA, however it's mirroring what the projector on HDMI is outputting. I'd be able to live with this, however the aspect ratio between the two devices isn't the same, so I can not select my monitor's native resolution, which means text and graphics are all stretched, and part of the screen is cut off. I've attached a pic to show what I mean.
  4. Intel HD3000 not working 10.10.4

    Using that kext, I'm unable to boot. Verbose tells me SNB Framebuffer did not show up, unload.
  5. Intel HD3000 not working 10.10.4

    Now we're getting somewhere! System profiler reports the correct values, and I appear to have acceleration! There's a new issue though. The monitor connected to the HD3000 via VGA hangs on the OS X loading screen. The other monitors make it into OS X fine. I've tested with a projector hooked up to the HDMI port of the HD3000, and that boots successfully, so that's working at least. I believe it's got something to do with this, so I'm going to try their fixes and see what I can come up with. It's strange that HDMI is working fine though, when it's supposed toneed that fix. In any case, thank you so much for your help, and I'll report back if I have issues applying that fix.
  6. Intel HD3000 not working 10.10.4

    No change unfortunately. I tried it with the kexts, and without, but there's still no acceleration, and system profiler is still mislabeling it.
  7. Intel HD3000 not working 10.10.4

    Thank you so much for the offer of help, and the swift response! My DSDT is here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzaNzDypZ_88WW1RMDBPSXpSazA/view?usp=sharing Am I right in saying that once you provide the patched DSDT, all I need to do is place it in /EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched? There aren't any other steps I need to perform to enable it?
  8. Hi guys, Last night I put together my first hackintosh without too much issue. Everything boots, and everything seems to be working properly, except my Intel HD3000. Initially, I had tried to run all 3 of my monitors from my GTX 770, however only two of three would work, so having Googled the result, I moved one of them to my IGP - the HD3000. That's all well and good, and I now have three monitors running, however I have no QE/CL, and my resolution on the monitor connected to it is stuck at 1024x768. I've checked system profiler, and the HD3000 is mislabeled as a HD2000, with only 3MB of VRAM. I found some kexts that claimed to fix this issue for 10.10.1, so I gave them a try on 10.10.4, but no luck. I read here about patching the DSDT, but I'm not really sure that I did it correctly, as my issue still persists. Any help would be much appreciated! I'm using Clover if that makes any difference. As I'm still new to the scene, I'm not particularly knowledgable about patching and such, so beginners terms would be preferable! My specs are as follows: i5 2500k Nvidia GTX 770 Intel HD3000 Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H 16GB RAM 120GB SSD 2x2TB HDD
  9. Hi all, I have an Acer Aspire 7750G with a 1GB 6650M running Mavericks at the moment without any acceleration. I never bothered to use this guide as it looked waaay out of my scope of knowledge. Re-reading through it though, it appears to me that if I use method #2, I don't need to touch my DSDT at all, and the only thing that needs to be touched is the AMD6000Controller.kext. I just patch that, drop it in S/L/E, then boot with GraphicsEnabler=Yes? If that's the case, can someone please provide me with the instructions for a 1GB 6650M? Thanks!
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