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    • By WeBeRiO
      Hi all! I have a Asus h110s1 with a i5-7400 working.

      Only no wake up from sleep, screen black and reboot.

      Is posible fix this problem? No is model UHD.

      Thank U.-
    • By einjannis
      Hey guys,
      after reading many forum posts I wanted to boot my Hackintosh (MSI Z390-A-Pro, i5 9600k, GTX 950) with this EFI folder:
      https://olarila.com/files/Clover.Folder/CLOVER.SERIES.100.200.300.zip
      It worked using my GPU but since there are no Nvidia Drivers available for Mojave I wanted to use my integrated Intel UHD 630 Graphics but for some reason those don't seem to be working. I attached a video of my PC trying to boot using the already mentioned EFI Folder.
      I would appreciate your help as I'm getting desperate.

      20190921_140714_2.mp4
    • By ludufre
      Installing macOS Mojave 10.14.6 on Gigabyte Z370N WIFI + i7 8700K + UHD 630



      Changelog:
       
      09/01/2019 15:57h GMT-0
      - Updated to 10.14.6.
       
      06/10/2019 00:44h GMT-0
      - Completely rewritten.
       
      10/17/2018 08:12h GMT-0
      - Fix Kexts permissions commands adjusted.
      - Removed FrameBuffer patch that is not needed.
      - Added audio solution and HDMI.
      - Unfortunately DisplayPort does not work.
      - Replaced Wifi/BT with DW1560 (BCM94352Z)
       
      10/11/2018 04:15h GMT-0
      - Added USB 3.0 patch.
      - Adjusted some steps.
      - Changed text formatting.
       
      10/11/2018 03:42h GMT-0
      - Added missing UEFI configuration.
       
      10/07/2018 00:36h GMT-0
      - First version.
       
      What works and what does not
       
      - Processor: Intel Core i7-8700K ->  Work. All SpeedStep stages.
      - Video Card: Intel UHD 630 ->  Work. QE/CI and Metal.
      - Chipset: Intel Z370 ->  Work.
      - HDMI 2.0 (1st) ->  Work.
      - HDMI (2nd) ->  Work.
      - DP ->  Not tested yet.
      - Audio: ALC1220 ->  Work.
      - HDMI Audio ->  Work.
      - WiFi/Bluetooth ->  Not work. Replaced with BCM94360CS2.
      - Ethernet (1st) ->  Work.
      - Ethernet (2nd) ->  Work.
      - USB3.0 ->  Work.
      - Sleep ->  Work.
      - Airdrop, Handoff, Instant Hotspot and Continuity ->  Work after replaced wireless.
       
       
      Todo
       
      - Make audio work.
      - Make HDMI audio work.
      - Test DisplayPort.
      - Make second ethernet work.
      - Replace Wifi/Bluetooth.
      - Test DP.
       
      What you need to install

      - Running install of macOS
      - One USB flash drive of 8GB or bigger
      - macOS Mojave install app
      - Clover Configurator
      - Clover EFI
      - Clover Configurator
      - Some KEXTs and SSDT patches


      How create create the install flash drive
       
      Prepare install flash drive

      Format the flash drive with GUID partition mapping and name it "Install".

      - Open Disk Utility.
      - Click in View, then "Show All Devices".
      - Select the destination flash drive, then Erase.
      - Name: Install, Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) and Scheme: GUID Partition Map
       
      Create install flash drive

      Open terminal and run this command:
      sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Mojave.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Install --nointeraction This will take about 30 minutes. / 8 minutes with USB 3.0
       
       

      Install bootloader

      Download the CloverEFI (used 5058, from Automated Clover Builds) and install with this options on "Install macOS Mojave":
       
      - Install for UEFI booting only
      - Install Clover in the ESP
      - UEFI Drivers - Recommended drivers (check all)
      - UEFI Drivers - Human Interface Devices (check all)
      - UEFI Drivers - FileVault 2 UEFI Drivers (check all, If you are going to use FileVault)
      - UEFI Drivers - Additional drivers - NvmExpressDxe (if you are going to use NVMe)


       
       
      Make things works
       
      We'll make a full working flash drive, so follow these instructions:
       
      Will be mounted the EFI partition of the flash drive.
       
      Open the the /Volumes/EFI/CLOVER/config.plist inside this new partition with Clover Configurator (used 5.5.0.0)
       
      Important modifications
       
      config.plist
       
      ACPI Page
       
      - Check: SSDT - PluginType
       
      BOOT Page
       
      - Add: Arguments - darkwake=2
      - Check: Legacy - XMPDetection=Yes
       
      KERNEL AND KEXT PATCHES Page
       
      - Check: KernelPm
       
      RT VARIABLES Page
       
      - Change: CsrActiveConfig - 0x3E7
       
      SMBIOS Page
       
      - Change: Macmini8,1 - Mac mini (Late 2018) | Intel Core i7-8700B @ 3.20 GHz

       
      - Click: Generate New (few times in the two buttons)

       
       
      Need some Kexts in the folder /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/
       
      - Download the HWSensors 3 from here. I used the FakeSMC.kext, ACPIMonitor.kext, ITEIT87x.kext and IntelCPUMonitor.kext inside of DMG version r240.
      - Download the Lilu.kext from here. I used the version 1.3.8.

       
      Intel UHD 630
       
      ACPI Page
      - Uncheck: Fixes - AddHDMI
      - Uncheck: Fixes - FixDisplay
      - Uncheck: Fixes - FixHDA
       
      GUI Page
      - Change: Screen Resolution - 3840x2160 (My monitor is 4K)

      Need a Kext in the folder /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/
       
      - Download the WhateverGreen.kext from here. I used the version 1.3.1.

       
      Audio ALC 1220 and HDMI audio

      BOOT Page
      - Add: Arguments - alcid=11

      DEVICES Page
      - Change: Audio - Inject - 11
      - Uncheck: Audio - AFGLowPowerState
      - Uncheck: Audio - ResetHDA

      Need a Kext in the folder /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/
       
      - Download the AppleALC.kext from here. I used the version 1.4.0.

       
      All USBs (2.0, 3.0, Type-C, internal)
       
      KERNEL AND KEXT PATCHES Page - KextsToPatch
       
      - Name*: com.apple.iokit.IOUSBHostFamily
      - Find* [HEX]: 83FB0F0F
      - Replace* [HEX]: 83FB3F0F
      - Comment: USB Port Limit Patch 1 PMHeart/DalianSky
      - MatchOS: 10.14.x
       
      - Name*: com.apple.iokit.IOUSBHostFamily
      - Find* [HEX]: 83FB0F0F
      - Replace* [HEX]: 83FB3F0F
      - Comment: USB Port Limit Patch 2 PMHeart/DalianSky
      - MatchOS: 10.14.x
       
      - Name*: com.apple.driver.usb.AppleUSBXHCI
      - Find* [HEX]: 83FB0F0F
      - Replace* [HEX]: 83FB3F0F
      - Comment: USB Port Limit Patch 3 PMHeart/DalianSky
      - MatchOS: 10.14.x
       
      - Name*: com.apple.driver.usb.AppleUSBXHCI
      - Find* [HEX]: 83FF0F0F
      - Replace* [HEX]: 83FF3F0F
      - Comment: USB Port Limit Patch 4 PMHeart/DalianSky
      - MatchOS: 10.14.x
       
      Need a Kext in the folder /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/
       
      - Download the USBInjectAll.kext from here. I used the version 2018-1108.
       
      Need SSDT patch in the folder /EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/
       
      - Download the SSDT-EC.aml, SSDT-UIAC.aml and SSDT-USBX attached bellow.
       
      Wifi and Bluetooth (BCM94360CS)
       
      Works out of box (plug 'n' play).
       
       
      LAN Cards
       
      Need a Kext for feach card in the folder /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/
       
      - Download the IntelMausiEthrenet.kext from here. I used the version 2018-1031.
      - Download the SmallTreeIntel82576.kext attached bellow. I do not remember where I found it.

       
      Now you can start the instalation without problem (I guess).
       
       
      How install
       
      UEFI Setup Configuration and Installation

      UEFI configuration
       
      - Shutdown and insert the flash.
      - Power on with DEL pressed to enter BIOS setup.
      - Change value: Periphelrals - Initial Display to IGP
      - Change value: Periphelrals - USB Configuration - XHCI Hand-off to ENABLE
      - Change value: Chipset - VT-d to DISABLE
      - Change value: Chipset - Internal Graphics to ENABLE
      - Change value: Chipset - DVMT Pre-Allocated to 128M
      - Save & Exit Setup
       
      - Now, hold the F12
      - In the list, select your flash drive.
      - It will show twice. One with UEFI prefix and another without.
      - Select with UEFI prefix. Ie.: "UEFI: Sandisk Cruzer"
       
      The installer will start. 
      
      Format destination disk

      Format the disk with GUID partition mapping and name it "HD".

      - Select Disk Utility in the list, then press Continue.
      - Click in View, then "Show All Devices".
      - Select the destination Disk, then Erase.
      - Name: HD, Format: APFS and Scheme: GUID Partition Map

      Close Disk Utility.
      
      Select "Install macOS", then Continue.
      Follow instructions in screen.

      After install

      After first part install the system will reboot.
      
      The second part of the installation will begin. This will take 16 minutes.
       

      Post installation

      Install bootloader
       
      When the second part of install finish, the system will reboot again.

      After performing the user initial setup and go to the desktop, you need to install Clover on internal disk.

      Open the Clover installer inside flash drive that you copied before.

      Use same options above but choose the system partition this time.

      Now you need to replace the EFI folder inside your destination disk EFI parittion, with EFI folder inside flash card EFI partition.

      If the flash drive EFI partition of your destination disk or flash drive is unmounted:
      Mount with terminal "sudo diskutil mount /dev/rdiskXs1". To know what X is, use "diskutil list", most likely is 0 for destination disk and 1 for flash drive.
       
      Then, eject the flash drive.
       
      Last step
       
      Move all Kexts from EFI partition to /Library/Extensions, with those commands in Terminal:
      sudo cp -R /Volumes/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.14/* /Library/Extensions/ sudo chmod -R 755 /Library/Extensions sudo chown -R root:wheel /Library/Extensions sudo kextcache -i / Restart the system.
       
       
      It's done!
       
       
      Updates
       
      System update 10.14.6
       
      - Download and open latest CloverConfigurator
      - Open Mount EFI and click in Mount Partition in EFI Partitions list
      - Click in Open Partition that appears
      - Go to EFI -> CLOVER
      - Backup config.plist and ACPI folder to desktop
      - Go back and delete CLOVER folder
      (If you restart now you can't boot in macOS - DON'T RESTART)
      - Download latest Clover and install (link and config above)
      - Replace config.plist and ACPI folder from your desktop
       
      - Update Lilu.kext, AppleALC.kext, WhateverGreen.kext, HWSensors kexts (FakeSMC, ACPIMonitor, IntelCPUMonitor, ITEIT87x) in /Library/Extensions/
      - Run:
       
      sudo chmod -R 755 /Library/Extensions sudo chown -R root:wheel /Library/Extensions sudo kextcache -i /  
       
      - Install macOS Update 10.14.6 and restart
       

       
      And last but not least
       
      I would like to thank the following community members, by making these dream possible:
      @crushers, @snatch, @apianti, @blackosx, @blusseau, @dmazar, @slice2009, @autumnrain, @phpdev32, @EMlyDinEsH, @RehabMan, @Scellow, @mitch_de, @Shailua, @Andy Vandijck, @maxfierke, @ArturXXX, @LexHimself, @brumas and all others members involved directly or indirectly.
       
       
       
      Z370N-WIFI v2.zip
    • By guitar201
      Hackintosh post

      Hi Everyone.  I really need some help.  My GPU just went out so, I'm replacing my Vega 64 with a 5700 XT and was planning on using my iGPU until the when/if the 5700XT is supported  in a mackintosh.   

      I've currently got a GB Z390 M Gaming with an 8700K.  16GB Ram. Running Mojave 10.14.2.  Right now everything is working perfectly (except I have to pull my Vega 64 to get the water block looked at - the pump was making weird noises this morning, but is still working at the moment as I use this sparingly).   
      The hack boots.   [Intel GPU shows up in system report](https://imgur.com/a/rwhDbSM) but the problem I'm facing is there is no output to it.  
      Does anyone know what I've got going wrong here?  I appreciate any help and will make a donation to a charity to celebrate when I get this figured out.  I've been working on this on and off all dang day.  

      [I've got my Bios set correctly per multiple posts on reddit/hackintosher/tonyosx.](https://imgur.com/a/IX9kKVK)

      [EFI Folder](https://pastebin.com/XDMAJ77c)

      [Config.plist](https://pastebin.com/31QbSPQ3)
    • By headkaze
      Framebuffer patching in Mojave
      Binary patching framebuffers using KextsToPatch in Clover is no longer a viable method in Mojave for Skylake and above. Now you need to use Lilu + WhateverGreen.
       
      Not just for Mojave
      This method of framebuffer patching is not only required for Mojave we recommend it for all previous and future releases of macOS.
       
      Coffee Lake Users
      Please note that the new WhateverGreen will not work with fake Kaby Lake platform-id's. You will need to have either macOS 10.14 Beta 4 (18A336e) or macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G2112). The latter is a special build only available to MacBookPro15,1 or MacBookPro15,2 board id's. You can create a macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G2112) installer by running installinstallmacos.py. (Update: vit9696 added back ability to fake Kaby Lake platform-id's)
       
      Lilu + WhateverGreen
      WhateverGreen is going to replace all the other video patching plugins for Lilu (it currently has merged WhateverGreen, IntelGraphicsFixup, NvidiaGraphicsFixup, Shiki and CoreDisplayFixup). Others will likely follow (such as AppleALC, HibernationFixup and IntelGraphicsDVMTFixup). This is aiming to be the all-in-one solution for video.
       
      Preliminary
      1. Remove:
      - FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics
      - IntelGraphicsFixup
      - NvidiaGraphicsFixup
      - CoreDisplayFixup
      - Shiki
      2. Turn off all graphics injections in Clover:
      - config.plist/Graphics/Inject/ATI=NO
      - config.plist/Graphics/Inject/Intel=NO
      - config.plist/Graphics/Inject/NVidia=NO
      - config.plist/Graphics/ig-platform-id=
      - config.plist/Devices/FakeID/IntelGFX=

      3. Disable DSDT Clover fixes:
      - AddHDMI
      - FixDisplay
      - FixIntelGfx
      - AddIMEI
      4. Disable UseIntelHDMI
      5. Remove boot argument: -disablegfxfirmware
      6. Remove any IGPU and HDMI entries from:
      - config.plist/Devices/Arbitrary
      - config.plist/Devices/Properties
      - config.plist/Devices/AddProperties
      7. Remove any IGPU and HDMI related SSDT and DSDT from:
      - CLOVER/ACPI/patched
      8. Renaming GFX0 -> IGPU
      - WhateverGreen will do this automatically (see caveat below)
      - Be aware that WhateverGreen does not rename all instances of GFX0 -> IGPU but should be okay in most cases
      - You may need to include Clover GFX0 -> IGPU rename for other kexts or ACPI patching that require it
       
      Compile Lilu + WhateverGreen
      Download WhateverGreen. Make sure you place the debug version of Lilu into the root of WhateverGreen before you compile. Install Lilu and WhateverGreen kext's into the usual place. Compile WhateverGreen as debug if you want to view debug output.
       
      Having trouble compiling?
      If you're having trouble compiling you can download the official release binaries or download my (unsupported) build_lilu.sh shell script and run it in a folder to download and build Lilu + WhateverGreen using Xcode automatically. I recommend you try the debug versions first (place them into Clover's EFI/Clover/kexts/Other folder).
       
      Get the device path of your IGPU:
      Download and use the gfxutil tool like so:
      $ ./gfxutil IGPU = PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0) ig-platform-id
      For the AAPL,ig-platform-id (AAPL,snb-platform-id for Sandy Bridge) entry Clover requires this value to be in Data format so you need to reverse the bytes. So if you want your platform-id to be 0x3EA50009 first reverse the bytes (0900A53E) then use Xcode's plist editor to add the values to Clover's config.plist.

       
      What ig-platform-id should I use for my system?
      You should choose one that is the closest match to your system. I recommend you do some research on this before choosing one. See post #2 for available options. More info can be found here.
       
      You can determine the generation of your CPU by the first digit after the hyphen.
      Examples:
      - Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2760QM (Gen 2)
      - Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5257U CPU @ 2.70GHz (Gen 5)
      - Intel(R) Core(TM) m3-6Y30 (Gen 6)
      - Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8350U (Gen 8)
       
      Spoofing Intel CPU Gen
      If you need to spoof a different Intel CPU generation you can use the lilucpu=N boot flag. The N refers to the following Intel generations:
      4    SandyBridge 5    IvyBridge 6    Haswell 7    Broadwell 8    Skylake 9    KabyLake 10   CoffeeLake To spoof a CPU you will need to set a valid device-id in your GPU entry in Devices/Properties for the appropriate Intel generation.
       
      Eg. Spoofing Skylake (lilucpu=8 boot flag with device-id=0x16190000), Kaby Lake (lilucpu=9 boot flag with device-id=0x12590000).
       
      Here are some recommended frames:
       
      Gen 2: Sandy Bridge (Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000)
      - S/L/E/AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext
      - Support started with OS X 10.7.x and ended with macOS 10.13.6
      - Metal support is not available
      - device-id: 0x0102 0x0106 0x010A 0x0112 0x0116 0x0122 0x0126
      - AAPL,snb-platform-id (desktop): 0x00030010 (default)
      - AAPL,snb-platform-id (laptop): 0x00010000 (default)
       
      Gen 3: Ivy Bridge (Intel HD Graphics 2500/4000)
      - S/L/E/AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext
      - Support started with OS X 10.8.x
      - device-id: 0x0152 0x0156 0x0162 0x0166
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (desktop): 0x0166000A (default), 0x01620005
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (laptop): 0x01660003 (default), 0x01660009, 0x01660004
       
      Gen 4: Haswell (Intel HD Graphics 4200-5200)
      - S/L/E/AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext
      - Support started with OS X 10.9.x
      - device-id: 0x0D26 0x0A26 0x0A2E 0x0D22 0x0412
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (desktop): 0x0D220003 (default)
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (laptop): 0x0A160000 (default), 0x0A260005 (recommended)
       
      Gen 5: Broadwell (Intel HD Graphics 5300-6300)
      - S/L/E/AppleIntelBDWGraphicsFramebuffer.kext
      - Support started with OS X 10.10.2
      - device-id: 0x0BD1 0x0BD2 0x0BD3 0x1606 0x160E 0x1616 0x161E 0x1626 0x1622 0x1612 0x162B
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (desktop): 0x16220007 (default)
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (laptop): 0x16260006 (default)
       
      Gen 6: Skylake (Intel HD Graphics 510-580)
      - S/L/E/AppleIntelSKLGraphicsFramebuffer.kext
      - Support started with OS X 10.11.4
      - device-id: 0x1916 0x191E 0x1926 0x1927 0x1912 0x1932 0x1902 0x1917 0x193B 0x191B
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (desktop): 0x19120000 (default)
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (laptop): 0x19160000 (default)
       
      Gen 7: Kaby Lake (Intel HD Graphics 610-650)
      - S/L/E/AppleIntelKBLGraphicsFramebuffer.kext
      - Support started with macOS 10.12.6
      - device-id: 0x5912 0x5916 0x591B 0x591C 0x591E 0x5926 0x5927 0x5923 0x87C0
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (desktop): 0x59160000 (default)
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (laptop): 0x591B0000 (default)
       
      Gen 8: Coffee Lake (Intel UHD Graphics 630)
      - S/L/E/AppleIntelCFLGraphicsFramebuffer.kext
      - Support started with macOS 10.13.6 (17G2112) / 10.14 beta 4 (18A336e)
      - device-id: 0x3E9B 0x3EA5 0x3EA6 0x3E92 0x3E91 0x3E98
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (desktop): 0x3EA50000 (default), 0x3E9B0007 (recommended)
      - AAPL,ig-platform-id (laptop): 0x3EA50009 (default)
       
      Framebuffer Patching
      WhateverGreen does most of the work automatically for you and in most cases you do not need any extra Framebuffer Patching. At the minimum though you should choose an ig-platform-id suitable for your system and place it in config.plist/Devices/Properties like this:

      Here are some reasons why you might need extra Framebuffer Patching:
      - Setting DVMT for those who can't set it above 32 MB in BIOS (framebuffer-stolenmem / framebuffer-fbmem)
      - Setting higher VRAM for 4K users who experience graphical glitches (framebuffer-unifiedmem)
      - Disabling eGPU (disable-external-gpu)
      - Enable pixel clock patch for 4K support (enable-hdmi20)
      - Disabling connectors to enable sleep (framebuffer-pipecount / framebuffer-portcount / framebuffer-conX-type=-1)
      - Removing CNConnectorAlwaysConnected flag for eDP laptop screens on < 10.13.6 (framebuffer-con0-flags=0x00000090)
      - Changing connector types to match your systems ports (framebuffer-conX-type)
       
      Framebuffer Patching Types
      We have three different types of patches:
       
      1. Arbitrary (Recommended)
      framebuffer-patch-enable (required to enable below) framebuffer-framebufferid (optional; defaults to current platform-id) (all below are optional) framebuffer-mobile framebuffer-pipecount framebuffer-portcount framebuffer-memorycount framebuffer-stolenmem framebuffer-fbmem framebuffer-unifiedmem framebuffer-cursormem (Haswell only) framebuffer-camellia framebuffer-flags framebuffer-conX-enable (required to enable below) framebuffer-conX-index framebuffer-conX-busid framebuffer-conX-pipe framebuffer-conX-type framebuffer-conX-flags 2. All Data
      framebuffer-conX-enable (required to enable below) framebuffer-conX-alldata 3. Find / Replace
      framebuffer-patchX-enable (required to enable below) framebuffer-patchX-framebufferid (optional; defaults to current platform-id) framebuffer-patchX-find framebuffer-patchX-replace framebuffer-patchX-count (optional; defaults to 1) You should place your patches in config.plist/Devices/Properties in Clover config.plist.
       
      Here are some example patches:
      - 32MB BIOS, 19MB stolen (framebuffer) 9MB fbmem (cursor) 2048MB unifiedmem (vram)

       
      - Pipe / Port Count 3 to 2
      - Connector 1 DP to HDMI
      - Connector 2 Disable

       
      Here is an example of the All Data method:

       
      Here is an example of the Find / Replace method:

       
      Framebuffer Dumps
      There are two ways to dump your framebuffer data (both require WhateverGreen + Lilu debug versions):
       
      1. Using -igfxdump boot flag to dump IGPU framebuffer kext to /AppleIntelFramebuffer_X_Y (root of your boot drive)
       
      There are several ways of reading this dump:
      - Using 010 Editor along with the IntelFramebuffer.bt template
      - Using Hackintool File->Open menu
       
      2. Using -igfxfbdump boot flag to dump native and patched framebuffer table to ioreg at IOService:/IOResources/WhateverGreen
       
      There are several ways of reading this dump:
      - Using dump_platformlist.sh shell script
      - Using Hackintool File->Import->IOReg Dump menu
       
      3. Using Hackintool Framebuffer->macOS 10.14 menu
       
      Adjusting the brightness on a laptop
      1. Method 1
      Enable Clover DSDT fix AddPNLF. Enable SetIntelBacklight and SetIntelMaxBacklight. A specific value is not necessary - it will be automatically injected according to the processor installed.
      2. Method 2
      Use this ACPI table: SSDT-PNLF.dsl SSDT-PNLF.aml
      Do not use both methods at the same time!
       
      Digital Audio (HDMI / DVI / DP)
      To enable digital audio it is necessary to set the necessary properties and, usually, patch the connectors.
      To enable audio in general and HDMI in particular use WEG along with AppleALC.kext.
      On 10.10.5 and above, WEG automatically changes the connector-type of DP (00040000) to HDMI (00080000) if no custom patches are used.
      The actual connection may be of any type (HDMI / DVI / DP), but for the digital audio to function the connector-type must explicitly be HDMI.
       
      VGA support
      In most cases with Intel Skylake and newer it works by default.
      For Ivy Bridge and possibly other generations there are the options to patch your connectors with the following:
      06020000 02000000 30000000 // Option 1
      06020000 01000000 30000000 // Option 2
      On OS X 10.8.2 and newer it is impossible to have VGA on Ivy Bridge systems.
      Hot-plugging VGA usually does not work.
      In case this doesn't help - there are no other known solutions at this time.
       
      EDID
      EDID is usually correctly identified, so no actions are required. In rare cases, EDID needs to be injected manually.
      An EDID dump can be obtained, for example, with Linux. The correct EDID must be put into *AAPL00,override-no-connect* property for IGPU, where the second 0 stands for the display number.
      In some cases the EDID dump may be incompatible with macOS and leads to distortions. For some EDID in such cases you can use this script, which corrects a provided EDID and saves it to your desktop.
       
      HDMI in UHD resolution with 60 fps
      Add the enable-hdmi20 property to IGPU, otherwise you will get a black screen. Or instead of this property use the boot-arg -cdfon
       
      Disablng a discrete graphics card
      Add the disable-external-gpu property to IGPU. Or instead of this property, use the boot-arg -wegnoegpu
       
      Fix the invalid maximum link rate issue on some laptops (Dell XPS 15 9570, etc.)
      Add the enable-dpcd-max-link-rate-fix property to IGPU, otherwise a kernel panic would happen due to a division-by-zero. Or instead of this property, use the boot-arg -igfxmlr.
      You could also manually specify a maximum link rate value via the dpcd-max-link-rate for the builtin display.
      Typically use 0x14 for 4K display and 0x0A for 1080p display. All possible values are 0x06 (RBR), 0x0A (HBR), 0x14 (HBR2) and 0x1E (HBR3). If an invalid value is specified, the default value 0x14 will be used instead. If this property is not specified, same as above.  
      Fix the infinite loop on establishing Intel HDMI connections with a higher pixel clock rate on Skylake, Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake platforms
      Add the enable-hdmi-dividers-fix property to IGPU or use the -igfxhdmidivs boot argument instead to fix the infinite loop when the graphics driver tries to establish a HDMI connection with a higher pixel clock rate, for example connecting to a 2K/4K display with HDMI 1.4, otherwise the system just hangs (and your builtin laptop display remains black) when you plug in the HDMI cable.  
      1. General Notes
      For those who want to have "limited" 2K/4K experience (i.e. 2K@59Hz or 4K@30Hz) with their HDMI 1.4 port, you might find this fix helpful. For those who have a laptop or PC with HDMI 2.0 routed to IGPU and have HDMI output issues, please note that this fix is now succeeded by the LSPCON driver solution, and it is still recommended to enable the LSPCON driver support to have full HDMI 2.0 experience.  
      (You might still need this fix temporarily to figure out the connector index of your HDMI port. See the LSPCON section below.)
      LSPCON driver support to enable DisplayPort to HDMI 2.0 output on IGPU
      1. Brief Introduction
      Recent laptops (Kaby Lake/Coffee Lake-based) are typically equipped with a HDMI 2.0 port. This port could be either routed to IGPU or DGPU, and you can have a confirmation on Windows 10. Intel (U)HD Graphics, however, does not provide native HDMI 2.0 output, so in order to solve this issue OEMs add an additional hardware named LSPCON on the motherboard to convert DisplayPort into HDMI 2.0.
      LSPCON works in either Level Shifter (LS) or Protocol Converter (PCON) mode. When the adapter works in LS mode, it is capable of producing HDMI 1.4 signals from DisplayPort, while in PCON mode, it could provide HDMI 2.0 output. Some onboard LSPCON adapters (e.g. the one on Dell XPS 15 9570) have been configured in the firmware to work in LS mode by default, resulting a black screen on handling HDMI 2.0 connections.
      Starting from version 1.3.0, WhateverGreen now provides driver support for the onboard LSPCON by automatically configuring the adapter to run in PCON mode on new HDMI connections, and hence solves the black screen issue on some platforms.
       
      2. Before you start
      LSPCON driver is only applicable for laptops and PCs with HDMI 2.0 routed to IGPU. LSPCON driver is necessary for all newer platforms unless the new IGPU starts to provide native HDMI 2.0 output. Supported Intel Platform: Skylake, Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake and later.
      Skylake Case: Intel NUC Skull Canyon; Iris Pro 580 + HDMI 2.0 with Parade PS175 LSPCON.
      Coffee Lake Case: Some laptops, e.g. Dell XPS 15 9570, are equipped with HDMI 2.0 and Parade PS175 LSPCON. If you have confirmed that your HDMI 2.0 is routed to IGPU and is working properly right now, you don't need to enable this driver, because your onboard LSPCON might already be configured in the firmware to work in PCON mode.
      3. Instructions
      Dump your kernel log and you should also be able to see something simillar to lines below.
       
      // When you insert the HDMI 2.0 cable igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB0] called with controller at 0xffffff81a8680000 and framebuffer at 0xffffff81a868c000. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB0] No LSPCON chip associated with this framebuffer. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB0] Will call the original method. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB0] Returns 0x0. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] called with controller at 0xffffff81a8680000 and framebuffer at 0xffffff81a869a000. igfx @ (DBG) SC:   LSPCON::probe() DInfo: [FB2] Found the LSPCON adapter: Parade PS1750. igfx @ (DBG) SC:   LSPCON::probe() DInfo: [FB2] The current adapter mode is Level Shifter (DP++ to HDMI 1.4). igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] LSPCON driver has detected the onboard chip successfully. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] LSPCON driver has been initialized successfully. igfx @ (DBG) SC: LSPCON::getMode() DInfo: [FB2] The current mode value is 0x00. igfx @ (DBG) SC: LSPCON::getMode() DInfo: [FB2] The current mode value is 0x00. igfx @ (DBG) SC: LSPCON::getMode() DInfo: [FB2] The current mode value is 0x00. igfx @ (DBG) SC: LSPCON::getMode() DInfo: [FB2] The current mode value is 0x01. igfx @ (DBG) SC: LSPCON::setMode() DInfo: [FB2] The new mode is now effective. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] The adapter is running in preferred mode [Protocol Converter (DP++ to HDMI 2.0)]. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] Will call the original method. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] Returns 0x0. // When you remove the HDMI 2.0 cable igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB0] called with controller at 0xffffff81a8680000 and framebuffer at 0xffffff81a868c000. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB0] No LSPCON chip associated with this framebuffer. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB0] Will call the original method. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB0] Returns 0x0. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] called with controller at 0xffffff81a8680000 and framebuffer at 0xffffff81a869a000. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] LSPCON driver (at 0xffffff802ba3afe0) has already been initialized for this framebuffer. igfx @ (DBG) SC: LSPCON::setModeIfNecessary() DInfo: [FB2] The adapter is already running in Protocol Converter (DP++ to HDMI 2.0) mode. No need to update. igfx @ (DBG) SC: LSPCON::wakeUpNativeAUX() DInfo: [FB2] The native AUX channel is up. DPCD Rev = 0x12. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] Will call the original method. igfx @ (DBG) SC:     GetDPCDInfo() DInfo: [FB2] Returns 0x0. Additionally, you can find these properties injected by the driver under the corresponding framebuffer.
      (Only available in DEBUG version)
       
      fw-framebuffer-has-lspcon indicates whether the onboard LSPCON adapter exists or not.
      fw-framebuffer-preferred-lspcon-mode indicates the preferred adapter mode. 1 is PCON, and 0 is LS.
       
      Debug Output
      To get debug output from Lilu use the -liludbgall liludump=60 boot flags. You will need to compile Lilu and WhateverGreen as debug for both of these flags to work. Log files should be located at /var/log/Lilu_*.
       
      To view debug paste the following into Terminal (weglog.txt will output to your home directory):
      log show --predicate 'process == "kernel" AND (eventMessage CONTAINS "WhateverGreen" OR eventMessage CONTAINS "Lilu")' --style syslog --source --last boot >weglog.txt Getting Help

      To help the users of this forum diagnose issues with your configuration please generate a Lilu debug log and then run gen_debug.sh to generate a folder of debug files you can attach to a forum post requesting help.

      Credits
      - vit9696 and lvs1974 for WhateverGreen (Full Credits) and Lilu (Full Credits)
      - Andrey1970 for his guide on applelife.ru
      - RehabMan for all data patching method, ioreg framebuffer dump and other contributions
       


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