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macOS Sierra Public 7 wont regonize my built in display and I can't reach Systemprefernce -> Display

 

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Any solution? 

Clover EDID<true> wont work

 

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DisplayMergeNub.kext (FixEDID.app & MacBook Air edit) fix the problem. 

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Must be specific to your own system but you forgot to specify what it was... All Ok natively on my Dell Latitude E6230 and with all Sierra DB versions, including latest DB8. But I'm not using Clover though, I'm using Enoch with GraphicsEnabler set to Yes.

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I have the same problem , can u explain detail a bit how you solve the problem ?

I ad did the drawin dump of my monitor edid, generate the DisplayMergeNub.kext using FixEDID.app, installed it in S/L/E.

But the DisplayMergeNub.kext show not loaded..n my monitor still not injected..

*MY SYSTEM IS Asus K551LN laptop with intel hd4400 ,patched DSDT and QE/CI all working, just can't access to display preference to adjust brightness..

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I think you have to boot your system without DisplayMergeNub.kext.

Run DarwinDumper and generate EDID.bin

Next step is to open FixEDID.app and add under "Open EDID binary file" your EDID.bin dump.

From drop down menu I choose "Apple MacBook Air Display (16:9).

DisplayClass -> AppleBacklightDisplay and Override Display Class -> AppleBacklightDisplay.

Hit the Make Button and there are 3 files on desktop. 

Install DisplayMergeNub.kext with EasyKext Pro.app and reboot.

After that all works fine.

 

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No. MacOS use the same EDID like Windows. That was not the problem. In El Capitan all works fine without DisplayMergeNub.kext

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I think you have to boot your system without DisplayMergeNub.kext.

Run DarwinDumper and generate EDID.bin

Next step is to open FixEDID.app and add under "Open EDID binary file" your EDID.bin dump.

From drop down menu I choose "Apple MacBook Air Display (16:9).

DisplayClass -> AppleBacklightDisplay and Override Display Class -> AppleBacklightDisplay.

Hit the Make Button and there are 3 files on desktop.

Install DisplayMergeNub.kext with EasyKext Pro.app and reboot.

After that all works fine.

 

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Cool. Does this enable QE/CI under osx El Capitan or Sierra?

 

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I saw that in Clover has changed something about the EDID injection.
The key "Inject EDID" is changed to "EDID" and in addition to the usual parameters "True / False" and "Custom EDID" there are now "VendorID" and "ProductID"
I was wondering if bringing here the data, that are  in the DisplayMergeNub.kext info.plist, you get the same result as with the injected kext.
I have no way to accurately check because I have not updated in sierra.

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Yes. I was adding this lines to config.plist and delete DisplayMerge.kext

<key>Graphics</key>
		<dict>
			<key>EDID</key>
			<dict>
				<key>Custom</key>
				<data>AP///////wAGEBSgAAAAAAoWAQSlHRJ4Am+xp1VMniUM
				UFQAAAABAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBWBtWflAADjAkMDUA
				WMIQAAAZAAAA/ABDb2xvciBMQ0QKICAgAAAA/gBMRyBE
				aXNwbGF5CiAgAAAA/gBMUDE1NldINC1UTE4yAL4=</data>
				<key>Inject</key>
				<true/>
			</dict>
		</dict>

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<key>Graphics</key>
<dict>
<key>EDID</key>
<dict>
<key>Inject</key>
<true/>
<key>ProductID</key>
<string>0xa00e</string>
<key>VendorID</key>
<string>0x1006</string>
</dict>

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