I used the original Kext, and indeed that the VGA output works when it's plugged in from the boot, when unplugged the VGA cable I was not able to use the VGA output again, I tried the ( detect display button, but it doesn't detect the extern monitor, a reboot is needed.johnmcdonnell wrote:Hi Aznbull,Aznbull wrote: Hi JohnMcdonell.
I can gladly inform you that I've solve the bootloader problem, and I managed to find a kext that made the VGA out working.
At the moment I've got a 99% working hackintosh, bios whitelisted ( still waiting for my mini pci-e card from HK) working DP/VGA, sleep, sound, and no kernel panik like the first 3 times .
I still have 1 problem thought, and that is I can't use mirror/duplicate screen when I use VGA out, I can only extend the screen. DP is working with mirror/duplicate and extend monitor.
READ this if you want VGA output on your x220 hackintosh:
If we got any one in here that are able to fix the VGA output so it's capable of duplicating the screen, it would be great.
VGA out (both mirrored and extended displays) is working properly for me with the standard install outlined in the guide. I'm not sure why it isn't working for you.
If the VGA cable isn't plugged in when you first boot the computer it might be necessary to go to System Preferences > Displays > Arrangement and press the Option key (Windows key on the x220) and then click the Detect Displays button
Let me know if this doesn't work.
Btw did you managed to get the SD card reader working ?