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Discussion in 'macOS Sierra (10.12)' started by Ultracyclist, Jun 13, 2016.
As the title say's
The intel HD3000 kext mods work on macOS 10.12 to get 1024mb of Vram
Where do you get these kexts from?
Found them somewhere around this forum. But here they are!
Just run them with Kextbeast
I have installed them with the help of "Kext Wizard" but mine still reads 512 MB. Is there any post-install procedure I should be aware of?
Also, are those two "AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext" files actually different one of each other? I just installed one of those and "AppleIntelHD3000Graphics.kext"
Try deleting the BootCache. It should force a re-scan of needed kexts for your system at next boot and pick up the modified kext.
Sorry my bad... Changed the files re-download them, now there are 3 different files.
For the other part, just follow the know to work instructions....
Is this kernel panic caused by this hack?
virtual void IOGraphicsAccelerator2::unwireAllVidMemory(): can't unwire, prepare_count=1.
It is marked as a "VOLATILE FAULT"
Did you diable SIP before instelling?
does it work with Mac mini 2011?
It should work with all Mac's that have the intel HD 3000
just install the kexts? does cause kernel panic?
Download kext files and put them on your desktop
Make sure you have disabled SIP
Then run kextbeast
I havent experienced kernel panic myself.
Yes, and it appears that the hack is working.
I guess its not a full Kernel Panic, I'm not sure what to call it. Check out the screenshot.
What Mac are you on? How many RAM do you have? I don't have any knowledge of kernel panic... maybe someone else?
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2011)
2.2 GHz Intel Core i7
16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Intel HD Graphics 3000 1024 MB
As far as I can tell it should work just fine...
My cMBP runs it flawless.
Have you checked your Console to see if you get that same output?
yes, shows nothing...
Ultracyclist thanks it works-)
Are the performance gains on this worth doing it? Is it still advisable to use the 256mb dedicated chip for gaming?
Im Sorry to announce, Im leaving this tread. Ive upgraded my logic board on my MBP to a 2012 so I've 1536mb out of the box.
Where did you source your logic board? Was it just a simple drop in into your 2011 chassis?
Just bought it on eBay with 60 days warranty.
It's a perfect fit, but it requires some experience a steady hand a pair of balls.
And if not already switched to, a 2012 Bluetooth card to make it complete.
Ram modules you can keep from your 2011 but I chose to get 16gb of 1600mhz. Just to max out the speed. (Had 16gb 1333mhz in the 2011)
I'm really happy that I no own a MacBook that's only been discontinued last October.