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<key>GraphicsEnabler</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string>-v npci=0x2000</string>

from usbinstaller delete all Graphics kexts, ATI,INTEL,AMD,NVDA, NOW go for S/L/Caches delete all the contained of te folder

Use this boot flag: -f -x -v


Tried, but doesn't work for me, at the final of installation i always get an error :(
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Installation complete! :)
i had to put the hdd on my desktop PC and make the installation there;)
Now the system is installed and boot from hdd
Guys, now i need to install the graphics (gt-330m). But i don't know how :(
I only get a resolution of 1024x768 without QE/CI
HDMI port doesn't work
VGA port doesn't work
Sleep doesn't work
Help Please
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New info;
After a fresh installation, a get full resolution with QE/CI ONLY through my external display. I know, this is a commun issue on VAIO laptops. I read a lot about this on OSX forum and Linux forum. Linux user can fix this issue injecting the internal display EDID in XORG. My question is how can i do this on OSX when the internal display isn't detected.
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Update: New DarwinDumper uploaded

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1. Put the correct PCIRootUID= in your boot.plist 0 or 1 the problem can be it, you can detect it with app Chameleon Wizard
2. Quit the flag -f the boot.plist
3. Install this kext NVEnabler
4. Use the boot.plist with the EfiString what I made for you

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Tried, doesn't work.
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Internal screen/LVDS from VAIO notebooks with nvidia is not working in OSX until today. That's because Sony uses proprietary detection code and a custom power management chip that you can only find in Sony notebooks.

I wrote more about it here at the end of this post: http://www.insanelym...60#entry1864133 (please do not read jlvaio's posts, it's just annoying garbage without any structure)

If you bought an Sony notebook and highly recommend you to sell it soon again and buy Asus or something else instead!





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