No point to try High Sierra, your IGPU is not supported. For the Monterey build I’ve had to disable the Vega64 because I felt it was clashing with the onboard IGPU. Otherwise it should boot like my VCS has.listen, and if you try to install mac os mojave (well, or high sierra), will it work?
and another question, I found mac os monterey version 12.4. Nothing terrible will happen?No point to try High Sierra, your IGPU is not supported. For the Monterey build I’ve had to disable the Vega64 because I felt it was clashing with the onboard IGPU. Otherwise it should boot like my VCS has.
I did it, but with monterey, opencore does not want to load, the bios freezes on post code 50What was the issue that you were having with Opencore? It should be quite easy to do. You format it as a Fat32 drive and name the drive as EFI. Put a folder named com.recovery.apple.boot in the root directory and place the two Monterey chunk list and DMG files into that folder from Macrecovery. Then in the root directory of your drive copy over your EFI config folder for your system (the one I gave you). Then reboot.
Vector acceleration is disabled in the configRight. Well, I have been to figure out what the problem of it is (why it isn’t booting on your system). I’ve got some ideas.
I think it is most likely to do with your GPU setting. If you try this - under UEFI in the config.plist check under Quirks and see if Vector Acceleration is turned on. You may have to turn it off. As I noticed this feature also prevented my VCS from booting.
Sorry I didn't drop the file, I was very busy, I'll drop it to you as soon as I'm a little free