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Intel HD 530 not being detected in Mac OS

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I would like to learn what patches I would need to do in order for the HD 530 to be properly detected by Mac OS


I have dell Optiplex 5040 with Catalina 10.15.6 installed.

i7 6700 (Intel HD 530)

16 GB DDR3L ram


AMD RX 560


Boot & Kext settings:

Open Core 0.6.0

Plist Attached as well.




I have set 01001219 for iGPU to be in headless mode as well, to no avail.


BIOS settings

DVMT cannot be set in BIOS (shouldn't matter as only need Intel Quick Sync to work for Hardware Acceleration)

Intel Multi Display is enabled

Initial display is set Intel Integrated






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Set Primary GPU to IGFX in BIOS/UEFI


and look for the iGPU here to see if it's loaded, that's the only way I could get it to show in System Report





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Yep did that but still not showing up.


A workaround for getting hardware acceleration with an AMD GPU is to use this boot args for WEG: 

shikigva=40 + shiki-id=Mac-7BA5B2D9E42DDD94

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