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Intel HD 4000 - distorted image through HDMI (Maverics)

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Good afternoon gentlemen!


 


I've installed Niresh Maverics 10.9 using the dual Clover-USB + MacOS USB installer method.


 


My laptop is a Dell Inspiron 15R 5521 Intel Core i5 with Intel HD 4000 64 MB graphics and 16 GB RAM.


 


I have an issue with HDMI displaying garbage.


 


Step by step what I do is:


 


1) Clover boot screen appears, I select options


https://www.dropbox....a9isrmhck/2.jpg


 


2) Go to the Graphics Injector menu:


https://www.dropbox....1shbz7to0/3.jpg


 


3) Check "Inject EDID" and configure the rest as depicted:


https://www.dropbox....ukd1lrvi5/4.jpg


 


4) Maverics boots and the image is displayed only on the laptop's screen, the external display connected via HDMI remains blank.


I see no kext is loaded for Intel HD 4000 and the amount of RAM reported is only 4 MB (on Windows 7 it shows 64 MB):


https://www.dropbox....qgaeevkah/5.jpg


 


When I repeat this procedure without touching anything in the "Graphics Injector" menu, then what I get is HDMI displaying garbage while the laptop's screen remains blank:


https://www.dropbox....uzeg68xe4/6.jpg


 


Unplugging and plugging HDMI again does not fix the problem.


 


I've already installed Niresh kexts from 10.9_Intel_HD_3000_&_HD_4000_Driver_,zip using Kext WIzard, but this changed nothing.


I think these kexts are not even loaded, screenshot from step 4) shows that.


 


I feel I'm close, but I am slowly getting tired and getting out of ideas on how to proceed, especially that I'm a beginner in the Mac world.


 


Please help a borther out. What do I need to do to make HDMI work?


 


Regards,


Rumcajz


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My laptop is a Dell Inspiron 15R 5521 Intel Core i5 with Intel HD 4000 64 MB 

 

 

You don't have Qe/Ci enabled. Extract your dsdt e attach.

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