I'm Kris! I hope my topic is in a good section.
I am asking you guys for help in this difficult hackintosh problem.
For a very long time I tried to solve it myself but I have no idea how I can solve this problem.
Description of the problem
My problem is that I do not have access to any apple service. I am unable to log into the App Store using my Apple ID. I am unable to log into iCloud account in system preferences. iMessage and Facetime also do not work. Messages that I get when I try to log in: "An error occurred during activation. Try again"
in iMessage: "An error occurred during activation. Try again"
in App Store: "This device or computer can not be verified. Contact the support department for help"
in Face Time: "There was an error during activation. Try again"
In summary, I am unable to log in to any apple network service.
Motherboard: Acer MG43M
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7600 3.06GHz
Graphic card: Gigabyte GeForce 9600GT 515MB
Wi-fi: TP-LINK TL-WN881ND
Ethernet: (not supported)
Audio: (rather, it is not needed here)
My config.plist: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1vlYJC329sz6yuTwFr-k0fOs3rfhKeI6l
a while back I tested El Capitan on an old computer, and had a pleasant first impression. So, I decided to take a spare hard drive and install EC using Clover on my main PC.
The installation went fine, no problem. [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] ran fine, installed all kexts OK.
I still don't have the Wi-Fi kext (TL-WN722N), apparently someone did one but I have to build it myself. I'll get to that on another moment.
Now, the main issue I'm having is getting both displays to work. Unfortunately, both displays turn out to have only VGA input.
So, I have an i7-4790, with Intel HD4600 integrated graphics, plus a discrete Gigabyte GTX 650. Because the discrete card only has one VGA out, I need to enable the iGPU too in order to be able to use the second port. On Windows, this works fine. Both displays get along without issues.
OS X is a different story though. Only the GTX 650 works. It has full hardware acceleration so that's no longer an issue.
I'm trying to get the integrated graphics to work at the same time, so I can have both displays operative just like Windows.
Things I've tried:
- Taking out the discrete GPU. It hangs at boot. Only works in safe mode, but of course that's no use.
- Setting iGPU as Primary, and here's where things get really weird. The computer boots (Apple logo with loading bar) on the HD4600's monitor, but then this display freezes and the login screen appears on the 650's screen. I attached a screenshot in which I try it with verbose mode, but mind you a normal boot is no different. It really seems like the OS just wants the NVIDIA GPU as primary regardless of my Clover settings.
Hello, i'm here because i have a problem with the VGA output of
my Nvidia GT730 (4 GB).
I'm currently running Mavericks 10.9.5 and i have only one monitor connected
to the HDMI port of the video card. Since the GT730 has VGA, HDMI and
DVI i tried to connect a second monitor to the VGA port but i couldn't see the
HDMI display and the VGA resolution was stuck at 1024x768.
Can i do something to enable the dual monitor ?
I haven't installed Nvidia Web Driver, but when only the HDMI is connected
it runs at full 60 fps.