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Help getting QE/CI with Zotac 550 Ti in 10.8

QE CI Zotac 550 Ti 10.8

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Hello Community! I currently have a Zotac 550 Ti installed on a ASRock Extreme4 P67. I have been unable to get graphics acceleration with the following: changing id in NVDAGF100Hal.kext, adding DSDT for motherboard, adding Geoforce.kext, patching GeForceGLDriver.bundle, and using ##### Femni Patches. None of these have worked at all and create no difference. In OSX I cant change the resolution too.

Is their any other method I can use to fix these problems?

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NVidia retail drivers for 10.8.2 (304.00.05f02)NVidia retail drivers for 10.8.2 (304.00.05f02)


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Thank you Rampage Dev ! I tried the Nvidia driver first and QE/CI was enabled!

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Enjoy.

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As a follow up: The 1080i resolution on the screen appears overstretched even without overscan and also had sort of a flash to it and I am using an HDMI connection to a 1080i TV. Solution?





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