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Hi,

Please help me to enable and use hd 3000 with Mojave.

I know that I can install some .bundle or .kext files to make it can be enable.

But it always show an err msg up. "IOConsoleUsers gIOScreenLockState 3 ......"

I have tried to reinstall the refi drivers and kexts.

but still not solved this issue.

I will upload my EFI partition as a zip file below (Google Drive, Because It's bigger than 10 mb).

Thanks for helping.

For the details about my hardwares, please see my "About Me" page->Brian's Budget Hackintosh.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1E2aFpweYwKzcJj98zRroWSwFLVf5gz62/view?usp=sharing

Cheers,

Brian

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Hallo and welcome!

 

For getting proper support put your entire hardware infos in your signature.

 

Have fun.

 

 

PS.: A more specified naming of the thread could help too.

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6 minutes ago, styrian said:

Hallo and welcome!

 

For getting proper support put your entire hardware infos in your signature.

 

Have fun.

 

 

PS.: A more specified naming of the thread could help too.

Ok, wait a second...

10 minutes ago, styrian said:

Hallo and welcome!

 

For getting proper support put your entire hardware infos in your signature.

 

Have fun.

 

 

PS.: A more specified naming of the thread could help too.

Hi,

I ve put my hardware information in About Me.

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Buy a cheap dGPU instead. E.g. the GT 710. Eventhough you'll be able to get full accelaration on the HD 3000, due to the lack of metal support there'll be lots of glitches. Tried it on my early 2011 Macbook Pro which also has the HD 3000 and after 15 minutes I went back to High Sierra.

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5 hours ago, BrianWong11031 said:

I ve put my hardware information in About Me.

As already said, put it into SIGNATURE

Every post you make will show your specs

No one us going to about me anytime you need help

 

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+1.

 

There really would be no point trying to run Mojave on a a desktop PC with HD3000 graphics. Buy a cheap supported graphics card like the models mentioned above and get on with it.

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disable igpu ssdt if you have.
then
in gui, put 0x12345678 on deviceid on graphic part.
you can get legacy graphic, then after install, install hd 3000 drivers in s/l/e

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+1.
 
There really would be no point trying to run Mojave on a a desktop PC with HD3000 graphics. Buy a cheap supported graphics card like the models mentioned above and get on with it.

Could you please help me?
I really want to enable it.


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You need to copy the HD3000/SNB graphics kexts from a previous macOS release like High Sierra 10.13.6 and install them in /S/L/E from where you'll cache them. See here for instance:

https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/10726-macos-1014-mojave-betas-releases/?do=findComment&comment=83039

 

Make sure you set Clover to Inject Intel graphics and inject the SNB desktop HD3000 layout. Use Clover Configurator app to that effect. Graphics tab.

 

HD3000 being non-Metal and officially unsupported, you'll experience various graphics defects and glitches. These are unavoidable in Mojave.

 

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