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panoss

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Hi, I'm trying to install logic pro studio 9 on my not, but when i start the installation it gives me the error: " vram=0"
I serch in many topics and the only solution i find is delete a hardware control file, but it is impossible to delete (error 61). Someone have other solution?
thanks and sorry for my bad english!

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Your video card must be correctly detected and have drivers loaded for it.

This is why your thread has been moved here.

vram means Video RAM.

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where I coul find the correct kext or drivers?

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Most likely here on InsanelyMac.

Not all "Intel HD" models can be made to work though.

Please don't crosspost, even if the other post is in your own language.

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i had this same exact issue, its for cards that either require vram (ram from the system to be used solely for video) or for cards that don't support QE/CI.
in order to get around this, open the logic disk and view hidden files on it, find the logic install.pkg and open it with pacifist. then delete the systemreq.plist file and quit pacifist. now you will be able to install without the check in place. i have found that on my girlfriends laptop (required this hack) that logic behaves just fine, but icons for virtual instruments fail to load, and the system lags if you watch automation on faders. other than that its 100% fine. if you need more in depth assistance just ask





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