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Hello. I installed MacOS 10.13.6 High Sierra on my laptop using Opencore 0.6.4. Everything is working fine, however, the internal screen(external screen using HDMI output is working fine) is very glitchy with white lines(see the picture below) I tried changing framebuffer, but it did not work? What can I do to solve this situation I will add my specs and EFI file below. Thank you in advance.

 

Specs

Manufacturer: Samsung

Series: Sens Series 9(2011)

Model Number: NT900X3A-A51(Korean variant of NP900X3A series)

CPU: Intel Core i5-2537M

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000(GT2, Mobile)

Motherboard: Intel HM65 Express

SSD: Samsung Portable SSD T1(Based on Samsung 850 EVO SATA)

RAM: DDR3-1333 4GB * 2

 

 

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config.plist

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5 hours ago, Slice said:

Use slide=0

Thank you fou your reply. However, I use Opencore, so I can't use slide = 0 option. Moreover, my BIOS is Phoenix. What should I do? Should I change the bootloader to Clover?

Edited by Duhee Cho
2 hours ago, ellaosx said:

Hi @Slice

Can i also post a pic regarding similar issue?

Should I find some more information on it?

18 hours ago, Slice said:

Use slide=0

Hello I tried slide=0 option and injected my EDID, but it is in the same condition. What else can I do to solve the problem? Thank you in advance.

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On 4/5/2021 at 5:33 PM, Duhee Cho said:

Hello I tried slide=0 option and injected my EDID, but it is in the same condition. What else can I do to solve the problem? Thank you in advance.

Why you use macbook air smbios?

try use macbook pro 8,1 8,2 or 8,3 instead

and may try snb-platform-id 00000200 in config.plist>device properties

21 hours ago, Julian_mstfh said:

Why you use macbook air smbios?

try use macbook pro 8,1 8,2 or 8,3 instead

and may try snb-platform-id 00000200 in config.plist>device properties

Is there a advantage when using macBook Pro SMBIOS? I used macbook air SMBIOS because my CPU's TDP is 17W

12 minutes ago, Duhee Cho said:

Is there a advantage when using macBook Pro SMBIOS? I used macbook air SMBIOS because my CPU's TDP is 17W


cpu power is patched using ssdt-pm tough..

but before you go far, i warned you that intel hd3000 for highsierra is buggy. More worst its often freeze.

i think best mac os for hd3000 is sierra.

iam not having freeze or glitchy issue when iam running sierra

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