VMQemuVGA display adapter driver for OSx86 running as a VirtualBox guest. The binary should work on all OSs from Snow Leopard up to Yosemite 10.10. It allows to set different screen resolutions in VirtualBox from System Preferences. The changes I've made to the fork have been minimal.
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Hi, can someone of you palese help me fix the dsdt from my HP 15 p030nl? I need battery mette, back light control and the audio work in. Pls, I'm just bad at this, and before making a mess, i'd like your help.
P. S. I'm on High Sierra
As some of you know, the option fast startup cause some problems in dual-boot Hacks, this happens because the Hibernation mode.
But is possible you keep the fast startup on, and disable Hibernation:
1 - powercfg /h /type reduced
This command line will reduce the size of hiberfile.sys file, in simple words, will cut the file in the half.
Some people recommend solve that by using this command line bellow:
2 - powercfg /hibernate off
But if you do that, you'll disable Hibernation and Fast Startup.
Use the first command line in Command Prompt (Admin) above (1º), and you'll enjoy this great resource in your dual-boot.
I know veterans from the hackintosh community claimed that Intel HD 2500 is not supported and doesn't work, but mine (mobile version) works with High Sierra, as it did back with every versions since Mountain Lion.
I formerly started a topic here for ElCapitan : http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/316981-intel-hd-graphics-ivy-b-hd-2500-qeci-for-osx-1011/
This should apply to any laptop with following CPU (mobile Ivy Bridge)
My Laptop is an Asus (F301A-RX229H) with an Intel Pentium Mobile 2020M, which includes an Intel HD Graphics, not labelled 2500, but it has 6 execution Units like the 2500, and approximately same clock settings (650-1100) instead of 650-1150 for HD2500. You can check specs here and here. Most importantly, it is identified by bootloader and MacOsX/macOS as "Intel HD Graphics 2500" and uses HD4000 kexts.
Few Graphic Glitches (windows title bar, dock...) solved by reducing transparency in Accessibility Preferences Panel.
I've been running High Sierra (Currently 10.13.3) on VMWare Player 12.5.9.
I'm running it on a Dell XPS 15 9560 with the 4k screen.
Currently I'm able to run OSX in either Native 4k resolution, or scaled to 1080p.
I wanted to know if it was possible to add a 1440p scaled mode? Right now if I force 1440p resolution using VMWare tools, I simply get a smaller window with the virtual machine. So, as I understand, I need to add a HiDPI version of the resolution.