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This may be a stupid question but I’m trying to understnad the edits.. whty is the device id (for 4400/4600) for method 1 different than methods 2 and 3?
Because its a completely new gen.
I don’t understand “completely new gen..” I am looking under 4400/4600 section 4a that has 3 methods to modify the dsdt/ssdt.. but the device ID in method 1 is different than you use for method 2 and 3 in the same section.. You do the same thing for 4000 series, method 1 is different than method 2 and 3, but for hd3000 all 3 methods have the same device id.. I’m confused???
How do we know which layout ID to pick?
Understand what you have. If you have a desktop system then use the Desktop ID. Else match what your laptop has and test from there. Takes a bit of work.
I’m on a desktop with a 4790k
Asus Maximus vii Hero (z97)
So why are you not using my SSDT on the Haswell DMG? You don’t need to worry about this at all if you use that and the patch kext on there as well.
Sorry, I hadn’t realised that, that was the case. I thought it was for 4600 regardless do board.
The patches are in the SSDT.
Great. Is the Supreme FX 8-Channel High Definition Audio CODEC supported?
Thats not a codec. Thats a marketing ploy. You have ALC898 or ALC1150.
It’s not reported as a marketing ploy on their official comparison page.
Marketing ploy. Understand your hardware. Its just a rebranding which they started with the 6-Series motherboards. Nothing more. If you want to believe the ploy then so be it.
I do understand it. They’re usually based on the 1150, but are modded to have more features. If I can get away with a 1150, I’d be more than happy.
They don’t add anything. Sorry but like I said. Its a marking ploy. Install the SSDT and use IOreg to see your codec for yourself.
“Part 9: Known Issues
1. 9-Series Motherboards need to add 0x9c3a8086 device ID under AppleIntelMEIDriver in AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext”
Is there a way to edit this kext using Clover without actually replacing the original driver?
Never under any circumstances use clover to patch a kext.
Is HD4400 from i3-4130 supported using this method? Because I don’t have idea how to find it’s dev id
You have to test and find which one works.
I’m a bit stuck as to what to do on my system (Asus Z97 Pro Wi-fi AC, i7 4790k) to get multi monitor support working with my internal HD4600 video.
Works with either DVI or HDMI if connected from boot – but if I boot with both, OS X freezes on boot. If I add one or the other when booted, it won’t show up.
I patched native AppleHDA.kext with both the toleda commands to sort audio and also HDMI audio – although the HDMI audio isn’t working.
I have Sony Vaio and graphics Intel HD 3000 and AMD 6630M Graphics(I know switchable graphics not supported but atleast hd3000 should show up 1024mb vram) when i installed Yosemite it is showing only 384mb VRAM how do i patch dsdt by using any of the methods from 1,2 or 3 or specific method ?
SMBIOS i think i am using are MACBOOK PRO 8.1 i used Hackintosh Veitnam tool and selected CPU sandy mobile which selected Macbook pro 8.1 as SMBIOS for me
Look at the FB code you are using. ID the Memory code and then patch the kext.
I am completely new in all this i didn’t get what you are saying can u elaborate please… its hd3000 with 384mb vram only OOB and i haven’t edited dsdt i want to make it to full support
See 4600 break down in this guide.
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