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Enabling DVI/DP/HDMI and increasing VRAM with Intel Haswell/4th gen HD4200/4400/4600/etc. iGPU

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Well ... I've already rectified that, but that's not the problem, believe me, I've already tried all the possible combinations of SMBIOS and ports patch in clover

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Your FakePCIID kexts are not loaded... Personally, I would have added my add-on kexts to /L/E, not S/L/E. Try to repair permissions and rebuild your cache.

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You also have an AzulPatcher4600 kext loaded. Unless you know what this does, please get rid of it.

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Decide what you want to do but do avoid throwing all sorts of things at the system in the hope that it'll work... eventually.

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thanks, if Sierra doesn't support docking station DVI output then I will install a EI Capitan. For 7240 (HDMI+DP), which port should I patch?  0204 or 0306 ?

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I don't know. I've posted my own findings and experiments on the E6440; I don't have an E7240 so, it's your turn to roll up the sleeves! You have all the necessary details to try the patch, don't just rely on spoon-feeding...

 

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On 5/16/2018 at 11:33 PM, Hervé said:

Your FakePCIID kexts are not loaded...

 

I solved 50% issue...

For some reason, this patch does not work with the latest AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext from High Sierra version. I have installed a previous version from Sierra and now I have an image.
The problem now is the HDMI audio ....

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On 5/18/2018 at 9:22 AM, kali2000 said:

I solved 50% issue...

For some reason, this patch does not work with the latest AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext from High Sierra version. I have installed a previous version from Sierra and now I have an image.
The problem now is the HDMI audio ....

I solved my HDMI audio yesterday by patching the layout. Did you patch yours ? (sorry, I did not read previous posts so maybe you'll be repeating yourserlf here).

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