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GTX 460 Hawk 1GB works fine with GraphicsEnabler=Yes on 10.7 and 10.8

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One quick question : I have installed Mountain Lion on my system ( Core 2 duo 4300, 4 gb ram, Gigabyte 965g ds3, msi gts 250 1gb oc ). When i try to connect second monitor (lcd tv via dvi to hdmi adapter + hdmi cable) the mountain lion does not start anymore (white screen at startup). The video card worked out of the box after installation. Any advice to benefit of dual display ?
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HDMI is not working with GTS 250 /9800gt/8800gt use vga or dvi.

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GT240 also works out of the box - in my case, I used the inno3D 1GB GDDR5 variant. Just add GraphicsEnabler=Yes to your boot plist and you're good to go.

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@iLeopod - thanks for the answer but my gts250 doesn't have HDMI. I am using one DVI to VGA adapter for the monitor and one DVI to HDMI for the LCD TV.
Do you know a solution for my problem (mountain lion does not boot if lcd tv is connected to my video card ) , maybe a way to make dual display ?
Thanks in advance





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