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  1. hi guys, Im hoping some one can help me out of this jam. maybe this is an easy fix but im lost. I've been running yosemite for years on my asus N53SV but i figured its time to upgrade.. and since i was told mojave its too much trouble im fine with going to High Sierra. my issue is this: I created a usb boot and grabbed a clover folder from a website that claimed everything worked out of the box. i was able to boot in to the setup screen, however my image looks all distorted. im guessing it has something to do with the fact that i replaced the panel on my laptop from a 720P to a 1080p display. i was able to solve this same issue when i was on yosemite by using a patched DSDT but if i use that same old patch DSDT then i get issues/conflicts like my internal keyboard and trackpad not working. This are my specs: ASUS N53SV HD3000 1080p i7 2670qm 512 GB SSD 8GB Ram maybe someone can point me in the right direction.. Im attaching aa picture in case someone has seen this issue before. Thanks
  2. Forged

    Lenovo ThinkPad X230i

    After many months of spare weekends, I've finally got my X230i up and running. Specs: Intel i3-2370M HD3000 graphics 1366x768 display Samsung 840 EVO 500GB 16GB DDR3 What's working: UEFI boot with Clover Full graphics acceleration VGA output via patched framebuffer Native power management Audio via Clover on-the-fly AppleHDA patches Wifi and Bluetooth through replaced wireless card (AW-CE123H) and Clover kext patches Ethernet Integrated microphone Backlight control via patched DSDT + ACPIBacklight Integrated camera Battery status via patched DSDT + ACPIBattery PS/2 keyboard + Synaptics touchpad with multitouch gestures USB2 and USB3 ports iMessage and Handoff What's not working: Integrated SD card reader External microphone through 3.5mm jack Current issues: Sleep indicator LED stays on after sleep Screen does not turn on when waking from sleep, until a key is pressed Handoff is indicated to be working, but does not Various iMessage issues If anyone has this laptop and would like details on any of the stuff I've done here, reply with what you'd like and I'll give you information and/or files for it. Likewise, if anyone knows how to help me fix the things that aren't working, that would be great. Thanks
  3. Micle123456789

    lenovo g580 video problem

    Having problems with starting mac. Lenovo g580 intel hd graphics 3000 nvidia gt630 m 2gb (disabled in bios) core i3 2328m it stops on failed to load com.AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB tried to install from windows , using r-drive and iatkos (usb install). Installation works fine but can't boot after that. Tried start with-f -v keys and graphicsEnabler=yes -f Nothing happended. Could somebody help? Thank you in advance
  4. Hi I have a Lenovo B570 that suffered from bad artifacts with L/ML. This was because of the HD3000 Gfx card. I'm wondering if anyone has had any success with artifacts disappearing with 10.9? Thanks.
  5. After installing Intel HD3000 on OSX Mountain Lion 10.8.2, My Laptop Toshiba Satellite L840 stuck on "DSMOS Has Arrived", how to fix that?
  6. rockinron_1

    how to enable hd3000 hdmi?

    Title says it all. My HDMI output on my HD3000 (8086 0116) works through the boot sequence then stops and sits on a freeze of the spinning boot logo when the main screen goes to login screen. Can't be that hard to enable it? It works with the installer but not after I reboot into my system. Using u n i b e a s t but get the same problem with iatkos. Processor is i3-2330m and i'm using macbook pro 8.3 smbios Any help? Cheers, Ron
  7. I upgraded my system, so trying to use older system at home. It's got GA-Z68AP-D3 i5-2500K Don't want to spend getting Graphic card. I clean installed Yosemite and when installing it with clover, the resolution comes fine without problem, however once I got to desktop after completing installation, HD3000 not recognized. tried bunch of solution from here, but all I can get is HD2000 with 7MB, thus not usable. I did have HD3000 working one time, but it was taking almost 5min to boot, then there were tons of artifacts all over the screen. Rehab man says DSDT patching is needed when using clover, did that, but did't help. So I am trying to boot with chameleon, but I get stuck at PCI configuration begin. (see attached pix) trying with npci=0x2000 or 3000 but same thing. So here is my dilemma, I can boot with clover but I get no HD3000 working, when trying with chameleon, I can't boot. Can't anyone help please?
  8. pandaDS3

    HD3000 freezing in Sierra

    HD3000 works with QE/CI, but dock glitching and Sierra freezing, when i folding windows
  9. giacomo.dessi2303

    Asus F550CC-XX382H DSDT

    Buongiorno a tutti sono un nuovo utente del forum e avrei bisogno di aiuto. Ho installato sierra sul mio laptop che ha le seguenti caratteristiche: Scheda video: intel hd graphics 3000 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M (so già che la scheda Nvidia non funzionerà) Scheda audio: Intel High Definition Audio Scheda di rete: 802.11b/g/n Questo è ciò che funziona e ciò che non funziona: Audio (OK) WebCam (OK) Ethernet (OK) Graphics (OK) Touchpad (OK) Keyboard (OK) WiFi (OK) USB (OK) Bootloader (OK) Battery (NO) Microphone (NO) Brightness (NO) Bluetooth (NO) SD Card Reader (NO) ​Non è che qualcuno di voi riuscirebbe a sistemarmi il DSDT in modo che il portatile funzioni correttamente con sierra? Grazie in anticipo CLOVER + DSDT.zip
  10. Pre-requistites: 1) Mac OS X Mountain Lion Install App from app store 2) MyHack (other tools may also be used) 3) Required Kexts [included in the package] 4) An 8 GB or higher USB Flash Drive 5) A (Mac/Hack)intosh installation (preferably Lion) 6) Some time 7) And Ofcourse an Acer Aspire e1-571 Processor : Core i3/i5/i7 Graphics Card : Intel HD3000/HD4000 Audio Card : ALC271x Trackpad : ElanTech What's Working: 1) The CPU Ofcourse 2) The Graphics Cards with full QE/CI 3) Sound works perfectly including mic 4) The ElanTech Trackpad works with multitouch gestures. What's Not Working: 1) Wifi (Card must be replaced ) 2) Broadcomm Ethernet 3) SD Card Reader Procedure: 1) Open up Disk Utility and Partition the Intallation USB Flash drive with GUID Partition and Mac OS X Extended (Journaled) …. Name it USB[this is important] . 2) Open up MyHack and let it do it's magic....the process will take about 10 – 20 mins. Drop the E1-571 folder that I uploaded into the installation media. 3) Make sure the Installer Flash drive is named USB and is mounted...Open up terminal and type: “ cd /Volumes/USB/System/Library/Extensions” 4) Then type in: “sudo mkdir Temp” 5) Then : “sudo mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelSNB* Temp” 6) Now exit the terminal and reboot into the installation media and install OS X. 7) Once the installation is complete reboot into the installation media but this time select the partition where you installed OS X and boot with the boot flag -v. 8) Please be patient as removal of AppleIntelSNBFramebuffer.kext earlier will cause system to wait for it and he booting may take upto 8 – 10 mins. 9) Set up the OS X as normal and once you get to the Desktop open up the installation media and open kext wizard and install all the kexts in the folder that I uploaded (Make sure to remove VoodooPS2.kext and AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext). 12) Use Chameleon Wizard to install Chameleon with the option boot0hfs. 11) Reboot and enjoy... Files: These are the required files. MyHack can be downloaded from the site Btw if anything doesn't work please let me know... Cheers @k@tsuk!777
  11. As many of you know, main graphics engine hangs are a real plague of many Intel HD3000 Graphics laptops. I've been trying to figure how to fix it for quite a while now. Sadly I haven't found a working solution yet. So I've thought about a different approach to the whole subject. It is known, that hot plugging another display device cures that problem, but that essentially makes your laptop a non-portable device, which is not a very good solution (unless you are using your laptop only at home). So the question here is: Is it possible to trick OSX into thinking or make it think, that there is an HDMI/DVI/DP device connected to it?
  12. Hi Everybody!! After messing around with many linux Distros, i've recently been attracted from the OS X, and wanted to get it working on my notebook. After many tries, following lot of different guides (non3 of them completely working to say the truth), I finally managed to install Lion 1.7.2 on my fresh Acer M3. The point of this Thread is help someone elsa with my hardware to accomplish this goal and, hopefully, get some help to make things works better (well, in some cases, just make them work would be enaugh :wink2:) see signature for complete hardware specs, anyway these are the main characteristics: Acer Mother board model MA50_HX (Bios: Insyde corp v1.08) Core i3-2377M Built-in HD3000 + nVidia Optimus discreete card nVidia GT640M Atheros AR9462 + NetLink BCM57780 Gigabit Ethernet PCIe Standard PS\2 built-in Keyboard + Elan PS\2 Port Smart Pad I've to say that I'm quite good at linux, but completely new to OSX so I'm just starting to understand Kext, smbios and so on... What i've used: 8gb USB stick iAtkos L2 dmg Chimera BootLoader (without this, touchpad isn't recognized during installation) Now that's what I've done: Downloaded iAtkos L2 dmg Installed it on VMWare (just to have a functional OSX for partitioning, restoring images etc), followed that guide that works really stright forward http://ilpico.it/wordpress/?p=2642 (It's in Italian, anyway if someone needs it I can traduce it) From Lion VMWare (or another working Mac OS), mounted the 8gb usb stick Entered Disk Utility, select the USB Stick, in "Partition" tab, selected 2 partition from the dropdown menu (i've used GUID partition table) Selected the first partition and changed size to something like 300-500MB, named it "boot" Selected the second partition and named it "iatkos" Partitioned the usb stick with this partition scheme. mounted iAtkosL2.dmg image in disk utility clicked on the mounted iatkosL2 image, and the in the expanded image Selected restore tab, dragged the expanded iatkosL2 image from the left inside the "source" field, dragged the "iatkos" partition inside the destination field. Proceeded to restore During the restore process, downloaded latest chimera bootloader pkg (i've used Version 1.9.2) When Restore process was complete (about 15-25min), opened the chimera pkg and then doble clicked the installer Proceeded througt the installation and changed the install destination to "boot" partition on my USB Stick When installation finishes, unmount partitions and rebooted At start up, selected the usb stick from boot menu In chimera boot loader, booted the iatkos image with -v GraphicsEnabler=No (otherwise the system tries to use the nVidia Card and cannot boot) Using chimera, when install screen arrives, touch pad was working, so proceeded trought the installation, initialized the partition i've wanted to use (i've used the whole 20GB SSD), selected only PS/2 Kext for making also the kayboard working. Also selected both Atheros driver but didnt' make my wifi card work. After install, booted in arch linux to remove every AppleIntelHD* and AppleIntelSNB* kext, otherwise boot hangs, even with GraphicsEnabler=No rebooted installation processes only for fixing permission trought disk utility Powered off and booted from SSD with GraphicsEnabler=No, this time i was able to reach the mail screen!! entered sytem setting -> chimera bootloader (or maybe it's called chameleon inside the system setting menu', dont remember right now), changed resolution to 1366x768x32, checked the "GraphicsEnabler=No" as boot option That's all, right now didnt apply any extra kext or smbios or dsdt. Now, that's wht's not workig, hoping some one can give me some good tips! - NETWORK: nor Atheros AR9462 nor NetLink BCM57780 Gigabit Ethernet PCIe get detected. Simply no network interface. (En0 not present). Any suggestion here?? I think for the atheros there isnt much we can do, but i think should be possibile to make the ethernet work! - GRAPHICS: Intel HD3000 is recognized as "built in graphics", with only 64MB of memory and no specific Kext used for it. How can I use the intel HD3000 kext and graphicsenabler=yes without having the system tryng to use the nVidia card??? Maybe romoving nVidia Kext and placing back intel HD and Intel SNB??? - INPUT: Keyboard it's ok, touch pad works with basic function (no gesture at all). anyway if I go in system settings -> touchpad, there's no device listed Anyone can suggest some fix for those problems? Should I fix my dsdt (if yes.... HOW??), should I use a smbios different from the stok one inside iAtkos (MacPro3,1)??? Hope this post will be usefull to anyone with this hardware configuration, and hope some good soul will help me fix these issues! Thank you in advance! PES
  13. Lopont

    Intel HD3000 on a HP Laptop

    Hi everyone! I'm trying to configure iATKOS L2 (OSX Lion 10.7.2) on a HP Laptop (a Pavilion g6-2040sl). I know it's quite difficult on these kind of computers... Anyway, everything works fine, except for the built-in graphics: the Intel HD3000 won't work properly on my computer. As a result, I cannot enable graphics acceleration. By the way, the first time i booted into OSX i had to manually remove the AppleIntelHD* and AppleIntelSNB* kexts because of the well-known "SNB framebuffer did not show up, unload." error. I've also tried booting with the flag "GraphicsEnabler=Yes", but without success, because the system hangs up at the booting prompt. One more thing, my computer comes with another graphics card, an AMD Radeon HD 7670M, which is not yet supported by OSX. That's why I'm trying to enable the built-in one. My CPU is an Intel Core i5 2450M. Thanks in advance for your help. Regards, Lopont. P.S.: I've attached a screenshot of my graphics cards information.
  14. IGotKernelPanic

    Please help me with HD3000 connector table edit

    Hi! Here is the connector info for my laptop's LVDS display: 01020300 10070000 10070000 05030000 02000000 30000000 What is 0102 (03 is the number of ports), 1007, 02000000 and 30000000? What i need to change to remove artifacts? Here is the full connector table: 01020300 10070000 10070000 05030000 02000000 30000000 04060000 00080000 06000000 06020000 00010000 09000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 FFFFFFFF And its the original what is in AppleIntelSNBGrahpicsFB: 01020400 10070000 10070000 05030000 02000000 30000000 02050000 00040000 07000000 03040000 00040000 09000000 04060000 00040000 09000000 01020100 10070000 10070000 05030000 02000000 30000000 00000000 01000000 40000000 00000000 01000000 40000000 00000000 01000000 40000000 00020300 00000000 FFFFFFFF
  15. Buon giorno a tutti ragazzi Vi scrivo cosa accade sulla seguente build successivamente all'installazione. Build: - MOBO: asrock b75m-gl R2.0 - CPU: Intel i7-2600k - GPU: HD3000 (con uscita DVI-Digitale dalla mobo) OS X: El Capitan 10.10.3 Bootloader: Clover v2.3k r3333 Il bios della b75m-gl R2.0 è stato moddato in modo da poter ottenere il corretto power management. Preparata la chiavetta di installazione con la guida di Gengik84, avvio l'installazione ed eseguo tutta l'installazione. Terminata la procedura avvio da chiavetta ed installo clover in Legacy sull'hdd. A questo punto, finchè vengono utilizzati i file creati automaticamente dalla procedura di installazione di clover, il computer parte anche se non vengono riconosciute ad esempio la scheda video integrata dando quindi una risoluzione errata del monitor e la mancanza delle trasparenze. Riavvio, ed estraggo il DSDT originale. A questo punto inserisco il DSDT modificato ed il config preparato appositamente. In questo momento iniziano i problemi... Inserendo il dsdt modificato ottengo un bel kernel panic. Eliminando il dsdt e iniziando a lavorare solo con il config modificato per lavorare senza dsdt ottengo sempre dei mancati avvii sia in verbose che in modalità normale. Es: foto1, foto2, foto3. Tentando di verificare, eliminato già in precedenza il dsdt modificato, tento rimettendo anche il config originale. Il risultato è quello iniziale, ovvero: il computer parte anche se non vengono riconosciute ad esempio la scheda video integrata dando quindi una risoluzione errata del monitor e la mancanza delle trasparenze. A questo punto, pensando di aver sbagliato qualcosa nella mod del bios, torno indietro e riflasho il bios. Ecco il nuovo dsdt cui tento di procedere. Nulla da fare, sempre stessa situazione. A mali estremi, estremi rimedi... Bypassiamo la HD3000. Inserisco una GT210, la imposto come primaria nel bios e modifico il config. Il dsdt modificato era già stato rimesso e... Se avvio in verobese, il computer parte e viene riconosciuto tutto correttamente, invece se avvio in modalità normale il computer non parte e si blocca alla mela senza nemmeno farmi vedere la barra di caricamento. Qualcuno ha qualche idea su questo bell'inghippo?
  16. fpolak

    Help with HD3000 on mountain lion

    Hi, I can't install HD3000 on my system, Everything works fine (audio, Network, sleep) but graphic card still working as 64mb of graphics shared memory!!! my setup is: mobo GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3 rev 1.0 UEFI bios U1b BIOS Settings - Set "Internal Graphics Memory Size" to 480MB I5 2500k HD3000 graphics First I install moutain lion with MB method. Then I installed MB 5.1.3 with: Drivers Miscellaneous FakeSMC FakeSMC Plugins -> Motherboard Plugins, HWMonitor Application Bootleader Chimera v1.11.1 Customization System Definitions Mac mini GraphicsEnabler=yes don´t boot. hangs system GraphicsEnabler=no boot, but don´t recognize graphic card What can be happening? Please help!
  17. Hi all! I have an Asus P8Z68-V Pro board with an I5-2500K CPU (HD3000 integrated GPU) and an AMD 7870. The problem: MacOs Mountain Lion does not support my 7870, but does support the HD3000 GPU, and accelerated. I'm using Chimera as bootloader. Chimera can inject EFI string for HD3000, and it works great, but only if you don't have a second UNSUPPORTED graphics card, like me. In my case, even if i set from the bios the HD3000 GPU as default and so on, and attach the DVI cable to the mobo, Chimera finds an AMD GPU and injects the EFI framebuffer infos, which are WRONG from the 7870. The system hangs. On the other side, if I tell Chimera not to inject anything (GraphicsEnabler=No in org.chameleon.Boot.plist), I have no acceleration. My solution is to create an ad hoc EFI string to be put into org.chameleon.Boot.plist and injected by Chimera at boot time. So, I created a plist file, converted it into hex using gfxutil and inserted the hex string into org.chameleon.Boot.plist: it worked! 1) use gfxutil to find the PCI path to the HD3000: i used the GFX0 name, it may be different on other pc (IGPU for example) localhost:~ shub$ gfxutil -f GFX0 DevicePath = PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0) localhost:~ shub$ 2) start Property List Editor and create something like this: put the DevicePath, the part after the "=", as below: 3) Now we have to add some entries. I copied these ones from my pc booted without the 7870 (physically removed) and with the Chimera injector active (GraphicsEnabler=Yes). I have to mess up a little with data type and string types. If I used the string type, some options were interpreted as data type, so I had to convert each char of the strings into corrisponding hex ASCII value. You can find some of this values in Chimera source (gma.c). Here they are. name, compatible, model, and hda-gfx are strings (null terminated). compatible are three strings null terminated. "name"=<646973706c617900> "AAPL,os-info"=<30490112121208000001f01f0100000010070000> "compatible"=<706369313034332c3834346400706369383038362c31323600706369636c6173732c30333030303000> "model"=<496e74656c204844204772617068696373203330303000> "hda-gfx"=<6f6e626f6172642d3100> "AAPL,tbl-info"=<304402020202000000000202020201010101> "AAPL,iokit-ndrv"=<206d99807fffffff> "class-code"=0x00030000 "reg"=<0010000000000000000000000000000000000000101000020000000000000000000000000000400018100042000000000000000000000000000000102010000100000000000000000000000040000000> "pcidebug"='0:2:0' "built-in"=0x00 "AAPL,gray-page"=0x00000001 "AAPL,gray-value"=0x00648cc3 "device-id"=0x00000126 The result in ioreg: as you can see, data turned into strings. 4) Anyway, after you created the plist as above, save it like let's say hd3000.plist and create the hex string with this command: localhost:~ shub$ gfxutil -v -i xml -o hex hd3000.plist hd3000.hex o device-properties <size=678, children=1> | +-o PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0) <size=666, records=14> { "name"=<646973706c617900> "AAPL,os-info"=<30490112121208000001f01f0100000010070000> "compatible"=<706369313034332c3834346400706369383038362c31323600706369636c6173732c30333030303000> "model"=<496e74656c204844204772617068696373203330303000> "hda-gfx"=<6f6e626f6172642d3100> "AAPL,tbl-info"=<304402020202000000000202020201010101> "AAPL,iokit-ndrv"=<206d99807fffffff> "class-code"=<00000300> "reg"=<0010000000000000000000000000000000000000101000020000000000000000000000000000400018100042000000000000000000000000000000102010000100000000000000000000000040000000> "pcidebug"='0:2:0' "built-in"=<00> "AAPL,gray-page"=<01000000> "AAPL,gray-value"=<c38c6400> "device-id"=<26010000> } localhost:~ shub$ 5) Now you have the EFI string into hd3000.hex file. To tell Chimera to inject it, open your org.chameleon.Boot.plist and insert something like this: <key>device-properties</key <string>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</string> where the neverending string is the hd3000.hex file content. Just ONE line. 6) Disable Chimera auto injection (GraphicsEnabler=No in org.chameleon.Boot.plist) and reboot. It SHOULD work. Note: I think most of the strings in the plist file can be omitted: the most important ones are: AAPL,os-info AAPL,tbl-info built-in class-code device-id hda-gfx model name reg If you have problems, try to delete the others, cause they may be specific for my machine. Result: Have fun! Shub
  18. ManIkWeet

    The Intel HD3000 problem.

    Hi After a short time of usage, I get horrible graphical glitches on my screen. See screenshots: I can temporarily remove the glitches by changing resolution to scaled and then back. I have a single resolution available: 1600x900 Graphics kexts are stock Apple. I am on OS X 10.9 (13A598). My bootloader is Clover, but I am willing to switch to Chameleon if needed. OS X recognizes same EDID as Windows, though said EDID does not seem complete. HDMI Connector does seem to work properly, though graphic glitches do appear on external monitor. I can not change VRAM in BIOS. On verbose boot, I get the infamous "Buffer pool allocate failed" message. Connectors: Internal LCD VGA HDMI Hardware specifications: Intel i5 2410m, 2.3GHz Intel HD3000 with device id = 0x01198086 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 RAM Intel Mobile HM65 chipset Laptop/Notebook model: Asus K73E-TY071V
  19. Hi My name is Vova please help me settings clover and dsdt tabel for laptop.. Installed version of the system OS X 10.12.5 Does not work: 1. Mouse treckpad (no multipad), usb mouse Work; 2. After Sleep mode, not work Audio and Micro, before sleep mode Audio and Mic true; 3. Battery It works then does not work; 4. This poppy does not open because of SMBios; 5. The hotkeys of the backlight do not work; Thank you dear friend that did not pass by Here is a system dump, laptop data, a clover data.... in file check.. Motherboard: Intel Cougar Point HM65, Intel Sandy Bridge CPU: Mobile QuadCore Intel Core i7-2670QM, 3000 MHz (30 x 100) CPU @ 2.20GHz Video adapter: Intel HD Graphics 3000 IDE Controller: Standard SATA AHCI Controller WIFI network adapter: Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter Ethernet network adapter: Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller Audio Adapter: Conexant Cx20590 @ Intel Cougar Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [b-2] Audio Adapter: Intel Cougar Point HDMI @ Intel Cougar Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [b-2] diagnotic sony vaio.zip Folder CLOVER.zip
  20. Hello everybody, it’s been a long long time since my last post here on this forum, I’m having a lot of issues trying to activate my graphic card, the system recognizes the graphic card but there’s not full acceleration, clearly shows up its name as Intel graphics HD 3000 with only 4 MB of video ram. I would like to know how I could fix this problem or a least any suggestion about it. The reason I came to this site one more time is because I have no clue how to edit or patch a DSDt.aml file, I have clover bootloader and still (seems to be easy but not for me LOL) so I don’t want to ruin the system once again. My configuration is OS macOS High Sierra 10.13 SAMSUNG series 3 NP300E5C-A0US INTEL CORE i3 - 2370M 2.4 GHz INTEL GRAPHICS HD 3000 WiFi ATHEROS AR5B95 MEMORY 6 GB DDR3 Wifi works *** Sound Works ***Ethernet Works*** Battery indicators and trackpad gestures are not working yet. Thank you guys in advance, I’ll keep myself reading and searching for any kind of solution for my laptop.. See attachment bootlog.txt CLOVER.zip DSDT.aml
  21. radargb

    Intel HD3000 QE/CI

    Any success on Intel HD3000 full acceleration?? I have already tried kexts im using in 10.8.4 as well as fresh kexts posted on osx86.net - still cant get qe/ci.
  22. ***************************************************************************************************************************************************** Mountain Lion Guide here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=280656 ***************************************************************************************************************************************************** For anyone coming here for the HD3000 80860116 use the smbios from a mac book pro 8.3 (included in attachment) ***************************************************************************************************************************************************** Generic update information lower down ***************************************************************************************************************************************************** *****Last updated: 16/5/2012***** I've had a few people contact me for help. I'm more than happy to help where possible but please read through the entire guide & u n i b e a s t page before contacting me. It may look complicated at first but it's really quite simple. Also I'd prefer comments on this page rather than PM's since other people that may be struggling can read it. There will be a Mountain Lion guide coming sometime after release for those interested. Hardware spec: core i3-2330m (4 thread dual core) hd3000 graphics (8086 0116) (note this is the 0116 revision not the 0112 you might read about for different HD3000's) Atheros AR9285 wi-fi (168C 002B) Realtek ALC269 sound (10EC 0269) Realtek ethernet (10EC 8136) 4GB RAM (upgraded mine to 8GB) What works: Graphics with full QI / CE. Wi-fi Touchpad & keyboard Webcam Bluetooth Audio output (speakers & headphones) App store Battery sensor (stability issuse - see note 3 below) HDMI Ethernet I haven't tried to get these working since I don't need them (may be a simple fix, I wouldn't know): Card reader Mic (unkown - i'll update if someone tests) HDMI audio And I don't know about sleep. It tries to sleep, goes into s3, comes out of it, sits there stupidly with a blank screen then when you press the power button goes back into s3 and comes back on to normal with the screen on. No idea. Working on sleep but may take a while. For anyone interested in helping see bottom of guide. A couple of things to note before you start: 1. If you don't have a mac / hack then you need to install the iatkos way first then do the following on that install. 2. If you want to install windows on the same partition you need to patch the u n i be a s t installer so you can install OS X on an MBR partition. See step 3 in the following guide: http://www.macbreake...-partition.html 3. After extended use I have found stability issues around the battery sensor (KP's). When you install kexts using kext utility below I suggest you ignore the files "AppleACPIBatteryManager" & "AppleSmartBatteryManager". I will fix this when I get round to it but probably not for a while. 4. Open the attachment in OS X not windows / linux (otherwise folder structure will probably look screwed). 5.If you have the i5 / nvidia graphics card combination: a. you need to boot with the PCIRootID=0 kernel flag. b If it boots and you see a blue flash then a black screen plug a HDMI monitor in to get through setup. c. copy the 8.3 smbios to your /extra folder (overwrite the one that's there) The guide: 1. Go to the tonymacx86 website follow instructions for & install u n i b e a s t (note if your going to put windows on the same partiton when creating partitions in disk utility use "master boot record" instead of "guid partition table") 2. Follow all steps of the u n i b e a s t installer up to and including step 3. (don't do step 4). This should leave you at the OS X desktop on your z370, then: 3. Install latest chameleon (included in attachment) 4. Install all attatched kexts using kext utility (just drag & drop them onto it) (included in attachment) (Red & orange ones are required to boot, the rest are drivers) 5. Copy extra folder to your root directory (now using smbios from 8.2 edited with smboardproduct key from 8.1 to get full hdmi support) 6. Repair permissions & reboot. On reboot go into BIOS and disable legacy USB support (and enable virtualisation if you want it) . N.B if you get boot0 error its a simple fix, see here: http://www.macbreake...oot0-error.html and ignore anything to do with obtaining the boot1h file - its included (you'll have to re-enable legacy usb support to get back into the installer) 7. Update system 8. Reinstall the blue labeled kexts using kext utility & repair permissions (this will have to be done after any system updates) 9. Delete nullcpupowermanagement.kext (in /system/library/extensions) (this MUST be reinstalled before any system updates) 10. Reboot and enjoy! Generic update information, as new ones are released I'll test them and report if they work (up-to 10.7.4 is fine): 1. Install nullcpupowermanagement.kext using kext utility (you WILL get kernel panic on reboot if you don't do this). 2. Reboot. 3. Update system as normal. 4. Use kext utility to reinstall the blue kexts. 5. Repair disk permissions in disk utility. 6. Reboot. 6. Delete nullcpupowermanagement.kext from /system/library/extensions 7. Reboot & enjoy! Here she is up and running, perfectly stable just missing this final touches: If anyone manages to get HDMI audio I'd be very interested to know how you managed it. Information about sleep development (incase anyone is clued up enough to help): I have sleep but it seems a little temperamental depending on how long its been running. How I did it: Opened console (in utilities) sent the laptop to the pseudo-sleep it goes into then checked console. The devices calling wake were "EHC1 EHC2 GLAN". So now I extracted my DSDT when into it and removed all the ACPI code for these devices. This has left me with working sleep and apparently no affected devices (still checking everything over). The problem now is that once the laptops been running for a while sleep no longer works and when you try for it, it appears to switch off the monitor then panic instead. I know also know I cannot simply remove said elements from the DSDT if I want the devices to work when coming out of sleep. I'll work on this more when I get round to it. *************************Old way using iatkos - for making u n i b e a s t only - not recomended************************* 1. Get a copy of iAtkos L2 (runs quicker restored onto a USB but from DVD will do) 2. Check SATA set to AHCI in BIOS 3. Plug USB keyboard & mouse in 4. Boot iAtkos and install with the following options: a. chameleon bootloader 2.1 b. fakeSMC c. disabler d. RTC e evoreboot f. AHCI SATA g. PS/2 h. atheros AR9285 (unless changing wi-fi card) 5. When the installer restarts shut down the computer before it gets chance to boot again (at BIOS screen) For the following 2 steps I removed the hard drive and put it into another mac but it should be possible in the terminal (boot with -s): 6. Install smbios.plist for macbook pro 8.3 (NOT 8.1 - it won't work) (use chameleon wizard to obtain) 7. (may be optional but I did it) Install latest chameleon bootloader (2.1 r1814) to mac partition (check graphics_enabler=yes) 8. Repair permissions (use disk utility on iAtkos boot DVD) 9. Boot the laptop and you should have full graphics support and see the initial mac screen. 01 Lenovo Mac.zip
  23. I have a (minor) problem with Intel HD 3000, and since I've been able to get help from the well-knowledgeable people in this forum, I'm here to ask help again. I have this hackintosh setup: OS: Mavericks 10.9.1 [13A603] CPU: Intel i7 2670QM (2.2Ghz) Graphics: Intel HD 3000 (with Nvidia GT 540M, Optimus) My problem is that I cannot seem to get Full HD graphics (1920 x 1080 resolution) in my setup, but I did notice that other systems like the ASUS N53SN/N53SV/N53SM Notebooks can have full HD with the same HD 3000 graphics. So far, these are things that I've tried to do: - Patch DSDT with RehabMan's HD 3000 High Resolution patch. - Change SMBios to Mac Book Pro 8,3 (from 8,1) - I tried installing these kexts: http://www.osx86.net/files/file/3667-new-final-build-13a603-109-intel-hd-3000-hd-4000-driver/ ^ *Note: My system crashed and was not able to boot OS X, but I was able to recover by overwriting the kexts through a backup via USB Installer. I'm sure there's a way to achieve full HD on my setup, I just do not know how to; please help.
  24. ***************************************************************************************************************************************************** Generic update information lower down ***************************************************************************************************************************************************** *****Last updated: 16/7/2012***** This guide is how to install a vanilla copy of OS X which you have created yourself, it requires a little more work than one-click installers but leaves you with a better system. Please note this is the initial guide so if I've missed something let me know. For those looking for a one-click installer I suggest you try myHack with a combination of the included kexts & extra folder. For those wishing to update there Lion install they'll have to wait for ML to be available in the app store then follow the generic update information below. Having said that this is untested by me and I suggest searching the forum first for advice on updating Lion to ML. I've had a few people contact me for help. I'm more than happy to help where possible but please read through the entire guide & installer page before contacting me. It may look complicated at first but it's really quite simple. Also I'd prefer comments on this page rather than PM's since other people that may be struggling can read it. Hardware spec: core i3-2330m (4 thread dual core) hd3000 graphics (8086 0116) (note this is the 0116 revision not the 0112 you might read about for different HD3000's) Atheros AR9285 wi-fi (168C 002B) Realtek ALC269 sound (10EC 0269) Realtek ethernet (10EC 8136) 4GB RAM (upgraded mine to 8GB) What works: Graphics with full QI / CE. Wi-fi Touchpad & keyboard Webcam Bluetooth Audio output (speakers & headphones) App store HDMI Ethernet What doesn't: Sleep Battery Sensor Card Reader HDMI audio I've had no luck in making the system stable with a battery sensor and it currently won't wake from sleep (on ML, it would on Lion), I don't really have time to work on these issues and I don't require them so unless someone else picks up development then the issues won't be solved for the foreseeable future. A couple of things to note before you start: 1. To prepare the installer you need a working copy of OS X, this can be done in a virtual machine or by installing an older version first, see here: http://www.insanelym...l=&fromsearch=1 2. Open the attachment in OS X not windows / linux (otherwise folder structure wil look screwed). 3. If you get boot0 error its a simple fix, see here: http://www.macbreake...oot0-error.html The guide: 1. Use the following tutorial up to and including part 4: http://thetecherra.c...oshosx86-video/ 2. Install the latest version of chameleon (included in the attachment) to your usb stick. 3. Copy the extra folder for your z370 model to the root of your usb stick. 4. Continue from part 5 of the above guide up to and including part 7 (note you need to use the boot-loader on the usb stick to boot into your OS X install initially. 5. Install the latest version of chameleon to your HDD (included in attachment). 6. Drag and drop the kexts in the attachment onto kext utility - NOTE: if you have the i5/NVIDIA combination ignore the AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB kext. 7. Copy the extra folder for your z370 model to the root of your hard drive. 8. Delete NullCPUPowerManagement from /System/Library/Extensions. 9. Fix permissions and reboot - you should have a working copy of OS X. I've been using it for a few days and haven't had any issues so I would be confident in saying its stable. Generic update information, as new ones are released I'll test them and report if they work: 1. Install nullcpupowermanagement.kext using kext utility (you WILL get kernel panic on reboot if you don't do this). 2. Reboot. 3. Update system as normal. 4. Use kext utility to reinstall the blue kexts. 5. Repair disk permissions in disk utility. 6. Reboot. 6. Delete nullcpupowermanagement.kext from /system/library/extensions 7. Reboot & enjoy! z370 ML.zip
  25. Spec - Samsung RF711 - Intel Core i7 2670QM (Sandy Bridge) - NVidia Optimus Graphics: Integrated Intel HD3000 - Dedicated NVidia GT 540M (No option to choose graphics card in BIOS) - 8GB Ram - Series 6 chipset (I think - how can I verify?) - Resolution: 1600x900 OS X Version: 10.10.3 Bootloader: Cham Install Method: UniB Trying to install Yosemite 10.10.3 on my laptop and got it installed and booting but the graphics are very laggy and only running at 1024x768 (should be 1600x900). System report shows Intel HD 3000 3mb (Device ID: 0x0116 - No Kext Loaded) so I'm assuming the issue is related to this as it definitely has more VRAM? On a side note I haven't yet got the machine booting without using UniB on a USB stick (although I was assuming I can sort this out afterwards?). I have installed Chimera but it didn't seem to do anything. Also, not sure if it would be better for me to be using Clover? Tried So Far 1. A wide range of boot flags including 'GraphicsEnabler, nv_disable, dart, IGPEnabler, PCIRootUID, npci=0x2000, maxmem=4096' but none of these seem to make a difference no matter what combination of options I choose for them. 2. Intel Graphics Patch in MultiB. 3. A few different other Kexts including this. I used Kext Utility to install these but upon restart the system will then not boot failing at: failed to load kext com.apple.driver.AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB (error 0xdc008017) This then requires me to boot into the OS X installation and remove AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext using Terminal to get the machine to boot again. 4. Tried patching DSDT with a couple of patches. This and the patch mentioned here. I'm using MaciASL to do this and (checking it compiles with no errors) and then saving DSDT.aml in 'Extra/'. None of these have any effect either (except for occasionally stopping the keyboard and trackpad from working and then requiring me to make a full re-install). Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can get this working? Thanks in advance for any help and let me know if any other info is required.
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