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TheRacerMaster

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Hello guys,
I have OS X installed good and all, but I can't get the ATI card to have QE/CI. I've tried all the kexts, injectors, EDIDs, and framebuffers out there. But I think I know why it is happening. My laptop has an integrated graphics card and a discrete one. It has an Intel Graphics card (don't know which one...) and an ATI Mobility Radeon 5470. I cannot disable the Intel card in the BIOS. Is there any way I can disable the Intel card or get both of them to cooperate in OS X?

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Check this thread
http://www.insanelym...howtopic=261782

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Hey, thanks. I've tried those kexts before, and I tried them again. Still no result. No QE/CI, and the card isn't appearing in System Profiler. Posted Image(that's the Intel graphics card in the screenshot)

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I have the same exact problem as you :S BUMP





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