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Hi, I have tried extract my VBios but I don't have sucess. My graphic card is HD Radeon 5650m(68c1:1002) and the primary graphic card is HD Radeon 4250m. In Clover, when I use F6, the file saved contains only the Radeon 4250m(9712:1002) onboard video. With Everest in Windows, the same. In CPUz on Windows, it's say that my Graphic Card don't support extract vbios.

Any other way to do that?
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PS: HPdv6-3080br notebook Subsystem 1440



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Try to do it with DarwinDumper. BIOS - Video



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thanks, I try it. but the rom file is the same. Only the Radeon 4250m(9712:1002) when I decode it.

 

In system profile app, The show the  HD Radeon 5650m as 5000/6000 with no VRAM, PCIe device. and only 'Monitor' for 4250m PCI device. =/



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use AIDA64 Extreme Edition



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With AIDA64 is the same thing. Only the Radeon 4250m(9712:1002) when I decode the saved rom.

By the way... now, when I boot using chameleon with GraphicsEnabler, I get the name of the graphic card in System profile, but I haven't the VRAM property. And during the chameleon log, It show 4096MB of memory instead 1024MB.

 

Note: The kext, ATI5000, GraphicsAccelerator and AMDSupport are loaded.

How to get the correct graphic memory size?



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About wrong memory http://www.insanelym...e/#entry1941843
Your also can try to extract Vbios by GPU-Z. Or Linux can be useful for it or not.





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