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[Solved]Blackscreen: GTX 1050ti HDMI port

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Posted (edited)

Solved!

Add this in config.plist:

	<key>Graphics</key>
	<dict>
		<key>BootDisplay</key>
		<integer>1</integer>
	</dict>

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Hi!

Monitor (single monitor) - DVI & HDMI port 

GPU  -  GTX 1050 (dvi, hdmi & displayport)

OS - macOS 10.13.6

 If i use DVI, it works!

 

Problem;

 If i use HDMI, it it shows GUI, apple logo then it goes to blacksceen just before it reaches the login screen.

Any input regarding this?

 

Thanks.

 

Edited by ellaosx

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Hi @Allan

Using latest web driver (.122). As i  mentioned, i have no issue at all if using DVI port.

My config.plist  dont have any patches regarding HDMI.

 

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In most likelihood, a NVCAP issue...

 

Try and boot your original HiSie USB installer with HDMI plugged in (and DVI unplugged). If you successfully reach the installer screen, grab a text dump of your IOReg with ioreg -l command in Terminal. Eg:

ioreg -l > ioreg.txt

 

Then look up the NVCAP value in the file and inject it in Clover.

 

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Posted (edited)

Hi @Hervé

I am also thinking of clover's bootdisplay feature.

I will try your suggestion too.

Im using nv_disable=1 to be able to boot HDMI  on my USB or macOS partition. Will it affect NVCAP's output?

I can do all of these later at home :)

 

Edited by ellaosx

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Good to know that you got this problem fixed. :)

 

3 hours ago, ellaosx said:

Setting bootdisplay to 1 in config did it. 

Would be good if you show us how you did it, using images, this can help the new members. ;)

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Posted (edited)

It's just a parameter in the Graphics section of Clover's config.plist. Setting nv_disable=1 would not have been the logical thing to me but if it works for you...

Edited by Hervé

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