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H77-DS3H with GTX 660ti and 3770k gets stuck at crossed out circle


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Seems to KP on "Waiting for root device" so a likely USB-related issue. Add Rehabman's USBInjectAll kext to your kexts folder. You may then use Hackintool app to generate your SSDT-UIAC or USBPorts kext later.

 

'could not miss your framebuffer property injection for iGPU @2: 01660007, i.e. a null/empty layout. Was that deliberate? I would have expected you to inject desktop layout 0166000A or 01660005 if you want to enable HD4000 graphics.

https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGreen/blob/master/Manual/FAQ.IntelHD.en.md

12 hours ago, Hervé said:

Seems to KP on "Waiting for root device" so a likely USB-related issue. Add Rehabman's USBInjectAll kext to your kexts folder. You may then use Hackintool app to generate your SSDT-UIAC or USBPorts kext later.

 

'could not miss your framebuffer property injection for iGPU @2: 01660007, i.e. a null/empty layout. Was that deliberate? I would have expected you to inject desktop layout 0166000A or 01660005 if you want to enable HD4000 graphics.

https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGreen/blob/master/Manual/FAQ.IntelHD.en.md

You are right. I am able to boot with USBinjectAll.kext. I also changed the layout to 0166000A but still no hardware acceleration in VideoProc. Also the USBport.kext I made gets always stuck at ... "macos is missing for injected kext usbports.kext". I made it with Hackintool and placed the kext in the kext folder, put it in the config.plist and remove XHCI port limit.

Also the GTX660ti has glitches sometimes but I was reading about it. I think I will have to get an RX GPU.

 

Here's the screenshot when I try to boot with the USBPort.kext

 

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Re: USBPorts, it look like you made a typo for the binary file declaration in your OC config or maybe you missed it; correct this.

 

Glitches with GTX 660Ti may result from the well-know bug affecting GK106-based Kepler cards in OS X/macOS. Check if you card is bad on that chip and if it is, a change of card may indeed be the wise thing to do.

 

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