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Can't get HD 4000 to work on HP 1000-1127TU


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Hi, I'm trying to set up this HP laptop I just got a few days ago. I swapped a gaming laptop just so I can get hackintosh up and running on it

 

Anyways I know this laptop isn't very popular but I do have some experience with hackintoshing and am familiar with which parts are and are not compatible with OS X.

 

The rundown for the specifications of this laptop is very basic, most checking in to be compatible for OS X ML and (presumably) Mavericks 10.9

 

Processor : Intel Core i3 3110m (should be compatible right?)

Memory : 8GB DDR3 dual channel (upgraded from the original 2GB DDR3 it comes with)

GPU : Intel HD 4000 graphics (with a preset allocated memory of 64MB in BIOS, non-adjustable)

Audio : not sure yet (I'm assuming Realtek)

Wireless : Atheros AR9485 miniPCIe 

Display : 14-inch HD BrightView Display with a native resolution of 1366-by-768 @ 60 Hz (and I am assuming it is connected via LVDS)

Optical Drive : hp DL DVD SATA burner

Card Reader : Built-in multi-card reader

Camera : Built-in HD camera and microphone

Ports : 4 USB ports (2x USB 3.0), HDMI port, VGA port, audio jack, microphone jack

 

Anyways I got my vanilla OS X Mavericks USB installer to boot up on this and install all the way through, after that I can get it to boot up (sometimes through normal mode, sometimes only through safe mode) but with no acceleration whatsoever with the GPU. It shows up in About This Mac as "64MB of Shared System Memory". 

 

The set-up:

Vanilla OS X installation with patched AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext for 10.9 DP1 and FakeSMC

Chimera v 2.2.1 (I have to boot with the necessary "cpus=1" boot flag, something to do with HP BIOS apparently)

 

I know you have to set the Platform IDs for this GPU and I have tried using the string IGPlatformID with Platform ID's 01660002-3 and 01660008-9 (the ones with 64MB framebuffer reserved) and they all result in a black screen when OS X is loading (it doesn't even load, when I connect to HDMI for some of them, it's just stuck on the BluetoothHCIController part)

 

The only way I get it to load is through safe mode, any ideas? It should work, assuming everything else is working and I've gotten this far and the GPU is set to 64MB framebuffer (as indicated by Chimera bootloader)

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HD4000 Layout ID’s

HD4K-ig=0 set ig 01660000 // Mobile 4 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook) e 3 Display Port
HD4K-ig=1 set ig 01660001 // Mobile 4 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook), 1 HDMI e 2 Display Port
HD4K-ig=2 set ig 01660002 // Mobile 1 Port, LVDS (Display Notebook)
HD4K-ig=3 set ig 01660003 // Mobile 4 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook), 1 HDMI e 2 Display Port
HD4K-ig=4 set ig 01660004 // Mobile 1 Port, LVDS (Display Notebook)
HD4K-ig=5 set ig 01620005 // Desktop 3 Display Ports
HD4K-ig=6 set ig 01620006 // Desktop 0 Port (don't use it with the original kext)
HD4K-ig=7 set ig 01620007 // Desktop 0 Port (don't use it with the original kext)
HD4K-ig=8 set ig 01660008 // Mobile 3 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook) e 2 Display Port
HD4K-ig=9 set ig 01660009 // Mobile 3 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook) e 2 Display Port
HD4K-ig=10 set ig 0166000a // Mobile 3 Ports, 2 Display Port e 1 HDMI
HD4K-ig=11 set ig 0166000b // Mobile 3 Ports, 2 Display Port e 1 HDMI
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HD4000 Layout ID’s

HD4K-ig=0 set ig 01660000 // Mobile 4 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook) e 3 Display Port
HD4K-ig=1 set ig 01660001 // Mobile 4 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook), 1 HDMI e 2 Display Port
HD4K-ig=2 set ig 01660002 // Mobile 1 Port, LVDS (Display Notebook)
HD4K-ig=3 set ig 01660003 // Mobile 4 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook), 1 HDMI e 2 Display Port
HD4K-ig=4 set ig 01660004 // Mobile 1 Port, LVDS (Display Notebook)
HD4K-ig=5 set ig 01620005 // Desktop 3 Display Ports
HD4K-ig=6 set ig 01620006 // Desktop 0 Port (don't use it with the original kext)
HD4K-ig=7 set ig 01620007 // Desktop 0 Port (don't use it with the original kext)
HD4K-ig=8 set ig 01660008 // Mobile 3 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook) e 2 Display Port
HD4K-ig=9 set ig 01660009 // Mobile 3 Ports, 1 LVDS (Display Notebook) e 2 Display Port
HD4K-ig=10 set ig 0166000a // Mobile 3 Ports, 2 Display Port e 1 HDMI
HD4K-ig=11 set ig 0166000b // Mobile 3 Ports, 2 Display Port e 1 HDMI

sorry for the late reply, I will try this out today thank you very much for the reply!

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I'm still not able to boot with any of them :/ 

 

Should I use a different bootloader or something, I don't get what I'm doing wrong

 

I managed to get it to recognize the HD 4000 earlier with Clover just by booting it but it is still really really slow and no acceleration is present plus it says Intel HD Graphics 4000 4MB. 4MB??

 

Please someone help! HD 3000 was so much easier to work with :C

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