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Hello, i have a problem with my Intel Hd Graphics 4400.

The graphics is not enabled, i’ve found various topic for resolve that but no one works.

Ive tried to changed my config.plist, install FakePCIID, Lilu, WEG, and patch my DSDT but no one works.

I need help, thanks you very much.

 

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Hello, i have a problem with my Intel Hd Graphics 4400.
The graphics is not enabled, i’ve found various topic for resolve that but no one works.
Ive tried to changed my config.plist, install FakePCIID, Lilu, WEG, and patch my DSDT but no one works.
I need help, thanks you very much.
 


Are you using FakePCI* kexts at the same time as WEG?


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OP does not seem to know his specs or be able to identify them: i5-4270U is not an existing CPU... Maybe it's an i5-4200U since he mentioned HD4400 graphics.

 

Anyway, the Clover config is all wrong for a Haswell laptop:

  • ACPI section: CPU power management settings are incorrect
  • Boot section! nvda_drv=1 (i.e. attempt to load the nVidia Web Driver)
  • Kernel & Kexts Patches: patches are incorrect and even include a SKL (i.e. Skylake) framebuffer patch!
  • SMBIOS: iMac14,2 profile, i.e. desktop!

Given that HD4400 remains subject to some hiccups under OS X/macOS, the following Clover config should be used instead:

config.plist.zip

 

Can't comment on the kexts or eventual patched tables OP might be using, he's not posted his Clover EFI folder.

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On 10/17/2019 at 1:13 PM, Hervé said:

OP does not seem to know his specs or be able to identify them: i5-4270U is not an existing CPU... Maybe it's an i5-4200U since he mentioned HD4400 graphics.

 

Anyway, the Clover config is all wrong for a Haswell laptop:

  • ACPI section: CPU power management settings are incorrect
  • Boot section! nvda_drv=1 (i.e. attempt to load the nVidia Web Driver)
  • Kernel & Kexts Patches: patches are incorrect and even include a SKL (i.e. Skylake) framebuffer patch!
  • SMBIOS: iMac14,2 profile, i.e. desktop!

Given that HD4400 remains subject to some hiccups under OS X/macOS, the following Clover config should be used instead:

config.plist.zip

 

Can't comment on the kexts or eventual patched tables OP might be using, he's not posted his Clover EFI folder.

I doesn’t understand what settings are incorrect, would you help me please, i don’t understand my problem.. and you speak french?

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i5-4270U does not exist; I'll assume you meant i5-4210U since that model integrates HD4400 iGPU.

 

For a Haswell laptop, with mobile HD4200/HD4400/HD4600 graphics you normally:

  • use MBP11,1 SMBIOS
  • use Azul framebuffer ig-layout-id 0x0a260006 (Framebuffer #12)
  • if required or desired, inject patches for DP/DVI/HDMI outputs
  • set KernelPm kernel patch for CPU power management
  • set Plugintype for CPU power management

 

Give me a few minutes and I'll upload a revised config for your platform.

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51 minutes ago, Hervé said:

i5-4270U does not exist; I'll assume you meant i5-4210U since that model integrates HD4400 iGPU.

 

For a Haswell laptop, with mobile HD4200/HD4400/HD4600 graphics you normally:

  • use MBP11,1 SMBIOS
  • use Azul framebuffer ig-layout-id 0x0a260006 (Framebuffer #12)
  • if required or desired, inject patches for DP/DVI/HDMI outputs
  • set KernelPm kernel patch for CPU power management
  • set Plugintype for CPU power management

 

Give me a few minutes and I'll upload a revised config for your platform.

Oh excuse me, i have i5-4200U, i don’t have seen my mistake.

What is Azul Framebuffer ?

How to set KernelPm for CPU Management ?

What is Plugintype ?

 

Thanks you for your help. 

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2 minutes ago, Hervé said:

Open up your Clover config with Clover Configurator app and you'll see...

You speak about that section of Clover Configurator ?

And I've patched the SSDT for have the Power Management, I don't understand what you speak.

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