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Bintan Siregar posted a topic in IntelHi, is anybody know kext/driver for Intel HD with Clarkdale based processor? I just found this tutorial http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/286092-guide-1st-generation-intel-hd-graphics-qeci/page-1 But i think it's just works on laptop not for computer. My motherboard is Booster H55 HD, with i3 540 processor. I just successfully installed El Capitan 10.11.4 on my computer, the problem is intel hd graphic driver, I can't get native resolution and lag display. I don't have dedicated gpu, I just want to use internal graphic, can anybody help? thank you.
swparkaust posted a topic in IntelI have been following this tutorial: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/223754-intel-hd-graphics-gma-5700/ to get QE/CI working on Intel HD Graphics (GMA 5700; Arrandale) but could not proceed since the link to Intel HD Graphics kexts (from MBP Early 2011) seems to be expired. I tried the kexts from 10.6.7 update but that gave me KP. Does anyone have, or know where to get the files? I could not post within the topic since it is locked. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
Hi Guys! This only works with 10.6 SNOW LEOPARD. Leopard unsure, Lion/ML doesn't work. First, follow this guide here. http://www.insanelym...pic=223754&st=0 Once you have the transparent menubar running, you will realise that there are lots of distortions. Fret not! Firstly, enable Screen Sharing. Make sure you allow VNC connections. Set a password for VNC clients. Then, get Chicken of The VNC. It's a VNC client. Get it set up and connected to your own hackintosh. Use the option 'View Only'. Run the client on your the machine with the GMA 5700. That's right - run it on the very same machine. KEEP IT RUNNING. You will realise that there are no more distortions! Now, you can watch Powerpoints and set Screensavers! However... I'm not sure about sleep and how to get Chicken of the VNC running at startup. NOTE: Minimise the VNC client. Use the desktop as normal. I'm not asking you to watch your PC thru a VNC client. You will notice that the display in the client might be distorted.
GhostRaider posted a topic in IntelUpdate: Custom resolution for 1st Generation Intel Core Processors (Arrandale/Clarkdale) with Intel HD Graphics is now possible. Please read this thread to get your hackintosh working with a better screen resolution http://www.insanelym...6-and-00468086/ Just remember that Quartz Extreme and Core Image however are not working at the moment (maybe in the future). You can still do a lot without it though, such as use Microsoft Office or making music in GarageBand but now with crisp resolution. I don't know if there are still users with the 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics (Arrandale/Ironlake) but I would like to experiment on a resolution hack called "915 Resolution". I kind of want to focus on getting native resolution for OS X first. Some users are able to get native resolution because their VBIOS has the resolution listed in VESA. Other computers don't and this is what I want to focus on. For example, a laptop that I have can use a resolution up to 1366x768, but this is not listed in the VESA table. I don't want to focus on getting Quartz Extreme or Core Image right now. 915 Resolution is hack that works with a bootloader called Grub2. If your familiar with Linux, this shouldn't be new. What this does is it replaces one of the VESA resolutions to a customized resolution. For example, with this hack, I would be able to replace the stupid 1024x768x32 line to 1366x768x32. Once Grub2 is configured to this hacked resolution, we would have to add a boot entry for OS X. Since Grub2 is using a hacked resolution, if you boot OS X, it will also be using that hacked resolution as well. Why would you want to do this? So you can be able to hack OS X with a decent resolution to work with. Anyways, this was the first thing that x4500 users did to get native resolution. They were successful. Of course now they used a hacked Intel x3100 kext but that doesn't matter. Read this post from the x4500 thread: Thread link: http://www.insanelym...00/page__st__40 I'm looking for help on patching the 915 resolution hack to work with 1st Gen Intel Core processors with Intel HD Graphics. Any guys from the x4500 thread want to give me a step by step guide on how to accomplish this? Any Linux users here know how to do this?