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Intel HD4600: impossible to boot to OSx

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Hello guys.

I am setting up my first Hackintosh. Here are the specs:

 

Mobo: Adlink M-342 with AMI Aptio 4 UEFI

Intel i3 2120 SandyBridge

4GB RAM

500 GB SeaGate HDD

 

So, here's the issue. The first part of the installation process works perfectly. At the end of the process, I am asked to perform a restart. I do that, it boots back to Clover. I select the HFS partition where I installed OSx, it loads for a while and then the screen goes blank.

The only way I found so far to be able to boot to OSx is to set a FakeID in Clover's Graphics Injection menu. The only FakeID that works is this one:

0x041680862

Which is not even a real FakeID. There is no other way, at the moment, to boot to OSx but this one, which is far from a perfect solution (the screen flickers every now and then and I cannot select resolutions different from 1024x768).

 

I really need help on this. HD4600 is known to be fully compatible with OSx, so nobody else has ever had this issue before (apparently).

Thanks for your help.

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Hello guys.

I am setting up my first Hackintosh. Here are the specs:

 

Mobo: Adlink M-342 with AMI Aptio 4 UEFI

Intel i3 2120 SandyBridge

4GB RAM

500 GB SeaGate HDD

 

So, here's the issue. The first part of the installation process works perfectly. At the end of the process, I am asked to perform a restart. I do that, it boots back to Clover. I select the HFS partition where I installed OSx, it loads for a while and then the screen goes blank.

The only way I found so far to be able to boot to OSx is to set a FakeID in Clover's Graphics Injection menu. The only FakeID that works is this one:

0x041680862
Which is not even a real FakeID. There is no other way, at the moment, to boot to OSx but this one, which is far from a perfect solution (the screen flickers every now and then and I cannot select resolutions different from 1024x768).

 

I really need help on this. HD4600 is known to be fully compatible with OSx, so nobody else has ever had this issue before (apparently).

Thanks for your help.

 

The i3-2120 is not HD4600. It is HD2000:

 

http://ark.intel.com/products/53426/Intel-Core-i3-2120-Processor-3M-Cache-3_30-GHz

 

HD2000 is not supported. You need a supported graphics card.

 

HD4600 comes with Haswell CPUs. Your CPU is Sandy Bridge (two generations behind Haswell).

 

Sandy... Ivy... Haswell.

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