Thanks for help with the links provided so far.
I've been working at it with all my spare time and I'm pleased to say I have ethernet working!!!
I'm currently using the osx86 tools app to give me EFI string for the boot.plist for my graphics card and here is the system profile:
575]Unknown nVidia card:
575] Chipset Model: Unknown nVidia card
575] Type: GPU
575] Bus: PCIe
575] PCIe Lane Width: x16
575] VRAM (Total): 1024 MB
575] Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de)
575] Device ID: 0x0a65
575] Revision ID: 0x00a2
575] ROM Revision: nVidia GeForce 210 OpenGL Engine [EFI]
65] Resolution: 1280 x 1024
65] Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
65] Main Display: Yes
65] Mirror: Off
65] Online: YesAccording to that, I have no problem with the card but the display is the issue - it still gets the graphics resolution incorrect. My screen is an Asus VS247H (1920 x 1080). Should I be trying DSDT with the graphic card? I have looked at putting my vendor/device ID into kexts however, I do not have info.plist files in NVDAResman.kext or in NVDANV50Hal.kext Is that normal?? Should I be doing both EFI string in boot.plist and also v/d ID's into kexts? or is one method enough?
Also when using safari browser any adobe flash component is causing screen to flicker and seem to be constantly reloading causing delay on the mouse etc. Do you think that is related to graphics card problem?
Sound: still no progress.
Sorry if this is gone off DSDT topic..... EDIT:
Fixed my sound.http://www.insanelym...3h#entry1839092
Fixed the resolution.http://www.insanelym...stall-solution/
I still don't know why those kexts don't have .plist files inside.
I still don't know exactly what fixed the ethernet...
But right now I'm pretty happy.... and I haven't used DSDT yet either. which makes this completely