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Hey on my Elitebook 8540w Notebook I have the problem of an undected internal Display...

I found some old information, that manual injections of NVCAP information may help at those cases...

I already extracted my graphic cards rom under windows an extracted the NVCAP value wich is 0400000000000700000000000000000700000000
with NVCAP maker und Mac OS X using my external display wich works perfect with full accelration.

Now my question, how can I inject this information? I only found instructions with some old graphic enabling kexts... isnt there a way with graphics enabler=yes or something?

Thank you!

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Or you can Inject your NVCAP via org.chameleon.Boot.plist with GraphicsEnabler = Yes
You need your device id
example, mine is 10de019d
and the 20 bytes value for the NVCAP
so add the key NVCAP_019d into org.chameleon.Boot.plist
mine will be:


your will be:


again for nvidia you can also inject the @0,display-cfg and @0,display-cfg value
mine as example (again org.chameleon.Boot.plist)




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