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HD4600 @i5 4690 not working on my Asus B85M-E + RX570

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I have successfully get Mojave 14.2 installed and working on my pc:

i5 4690 (build-in HD4600)
Asus B85M-E
RX570
BCM943602CS (PCI - E)

The issue with it is that, system has not detected HD4600 and I am not able to review photos. I got a NoVPAJpeg.kext under kext folder and photo review issue is fixed temporarily.

I want to make HD4600 working also. To add, I tried adding intelgraphicsfixup.kext v1.2.7, but it can't run to the login dialogue with this driver so I have to removed it.

Please help. I am attaching my EFI folder.

EFI.zip

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If you look at your Clover config, you should notice that you're injecting a dummy layout-id 0x12345678 for graphics. That's obviously never going to be of any help towards obtaining graphics acceleration...

 

If you Inject Intel (and you do), you have to inject desktop HD4600 layout-id 0x0d220003. You should also use a Haswell desktop SMBIOS such as iMac14,x or iMac15,x for your platform rather than MBA6,2 which is inappropriate... Finally, you either Inject Intel + Haswell layout or inject Lilu + WEG kexts, not both; they're normally mutually exclusive.

 

There would be a few things to say about some of the kexts you inject that are not relevant to your platform. But that's another story...

 

I strongly recommend you start by adjusting your incorrect Clover config with Clover Configurator app.

 

NB: no links to TMX please...

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On 1/14/2019 at 10:07 PM, Hervé said:

If you look at your Clover config, you should notice that you're injecting a dummy layout-id 0x12345678 for graphics. That's obviously never going to be of any help towards obtaining graphics acceleration...

 

If you Inject Intel (and you do), you have to inject desktop HD4600 layout-id 0x0d220003. You should also use a Haswell desktop SMBIOS such as iMac14,x or iMac15,x for your platform rather than MBA6,2 which is inappropriate... Finally, you either Inject Intel + Haswell layout or inject Lilu + WEG kexts, not both; they're normally mutually exclusive.

 

There would be a few things to say about some of the kexts you inject that are not relevant to your platform. But that's another story...

 

I strongly recommend you start by adjusting your incorrect Clover config with Clover Configurator app.

 

NB: no links to TMX please...

I am new but am eager to learn. Thanks for pointing out the issues with my config and I will google to learn more. 

 

I changed my SMBIOS to iMac 14.2, and then set layout-id as 0x0d22003, and also try 0x0A26006 before inject intel. Both failed. Any more suggestions?

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Well, as I said, you either set Inject Intel + Haswell desktop layout-id OR inject Lilu + WEG. It seems you do both...

 

One other thing: your system BIOS would not be set for PCIe graphics rather than iGPU by any chance? Can't you run off the AMD RX 570 at all? It's expected to be supported.

 

NB: no need to quote messages you directly reply to. If you must, use @<pseudo> instead; it's far more appropriate.

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I have cancelled Inject Intel and removed the ig-platform-id, in so doing there only Lilu - WEG now right? But it doesn't work for now.

 

 your system BIOS would not be set for PCIe graphics rather than iGPU by any chance?  - No.

Can't you run off the AMD RX 570 at all? - Did you mean I will try disable PCIe RX 570 in BIOS or else?

 

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settled!

 

There reason is after I replaced GTX1050 with RX 570, BIOS automatically disable iGPU and I have to manually enable it again... I definitely sure I enabled iGPU before so after the shift I didn't check iGPU setting again.

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