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[GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

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19 hours ago, skyfly555 said:

Thank you for saying this, good to know it. I'm happy I can have QE/CI in this old computer, it's great: I use Waterfox and it's ok for me, just the other people who use this computer are Chrome-addicts, I will uninstall it :)

 

On 7/18/2018 at 3:59 PM, mrblamz said:

I have those artifacts myself too using 1º gen. For now i spotted them at chrome playing videos and such and in spotify app. Do not know if its a solvable problem or if its just incompatibility with such old computers.

I noticed that this happens with all the apps where Hardware acceleration is on.

You can disable it in most apps and you won't have a problem :)

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1 minute ago, pashoni said:

 

I noticed that this happens with all the apps where Hardware acceleration is on.

You can disable it in most apps and you won't have a problem :)

I don't understand what's "it"... disable QE/CI? Could you give me an example, for example, how to disable "it" in Chrome?

 

Thank you!

Another thing I'm trying: getting brightness control.

Please, if you are using High Sierra and you can adjust brightness, can you tell me which kexts or method are you using to get it?

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"it" means exactly what was referenced right before: hardware acceleration in apps (not macOS graphics acceleration per sé). In Chrome, you'll find it under Preferences->Settings->System...

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26 minutes ago, Hervé said:

"it" means exactly what was referenced right before: hardware acceleration in apps (not macOS graphics acceleration per sé). In Chrome where you'll find it under Preferences->Settings->System...

Thank you very much! I didn't know it could be changed!

 

Now it's great, no more artifacts :)

 

Can we get backlight control? I'm trying AppleBacklightInjector.kext (with the clover patch and ssdt-pnlf) as with my other hackintoshes, with no success at the momet.

 

Thank you again,

 

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hello friend, is there anybody who save clover v2.3 special edition?

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@evilouse    ¿¿¿¿¿¿

special edition? For what? Why?
Your question without further information is meaningless and does not belong here!
Clover latest versions are free downloadable !!!

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23 hours ago, MacPeet said:

@evilouse    ¿¿¿¿¿¿

special edition? For what? Why?
Your question without further information is meaningless and does not belong here!
Clover latest versions are free downloadable !!!

Because in page one said that we use clover special edition, so I ask question...

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7 minutes ago, evilouse said:

Because in page one said that we use clover special edition, so I ask question...

Yeah.. it seems the guides were not updated yet for a long time ago.

Just use createinstallmedia for OS X USB Installer, then manually install Clover package. :)

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Man, when I "grow" up, I hope I can reach this kind of wisdom (I mean, hard work), I read the entirely Guide just to know why I can have native resolution on my Laptop, thanks for the Guide, I like to read that kind of in deep Guide.

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I just finished to manage updating to 10.13.6 and applied the chrome tweak as well and now no more weird artifacts. Hopefully Mojave gets full support soon.

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18 minutes ago, rc3105 said:

"The easiest way that you can create an OS X USB installer with Clover is by using Chris111's Clover 2.3K Special Edition Installer (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/403-clover-v23k-special-edition/)."

Anybody have a valid link to that version of clover?

Old, use createinstallmedia then manually install Clover package from SourceForge to USB's ESP are more than enough:

 

sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ 10.XX.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/USBname --nointeraction

 

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On 9/1/2018 at 12:01 PM, rc3105 said:

I was afraid somebody was going to say that, already tried it w/o any luck :-\

I still try to make my installer bro.....

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Pre-patched kexts are only available for ML 10.8.5 at a minimum. Same applies to the patcher afaik: supports starts at 10.8.5. See p1.

 

But have a look here for SL.

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7 hours ago, Hervé said:

Pre-patched kexts are only available for ML 10.8.5 at a minimum. Same applies to the patcher afaik: supports starts at 10.8.5. See p1.

 

But have a look here for SL.

That is if there is hope for snow leopard, full QE / CI, Toshiba L500-sp6018m, i3 330M, Linkwidht 1 LVDS, I currently have High Sierra but I need to experiment, I really want to use Intel HD in Snow Leopard, Thanks , :) Thanks , Thanks.  

can extract FB of Snow leopard iatkos s3 v2 and patch Giofrida old version 

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@Badruzeus We meet on Facebook, howdy? Thanks for helping out within this thread, help really appreciated, homie. @GhostRaider Please add the following number to HP working laptops: HP G62-b40SG: Works: QE/CI, full resolution, rotate screen, sound, ethernet. Wifi works if replaced wireless card. Performance - 2013ish macbook pro. Bootloader has to be loaded through legacy means: that is Grub2 loading up Clover from Mojave EFI partition.

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