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HD5770 AMD artifacts

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Hello This is my first time bulding a hackintosh and first thread on here ill try explain my problem 

I Installed 10.8.2 iAktos Guide with a new amd kernel i installed it all works fine but when i move windows and in safari i get random artifacts?

Here is a picture on google i found like mine 

http://www.tonymacx8...artifacts_2.jpg

my specs

HD5770 HIS (Not Faulty works in windows fine )

AMD Phenom x4 965 Black edition 

Mobo M4A88T-M

 

And mac can see i have a HD5770 so its no driver issue i don't think thanks for any help and support guys!


And a new note i am trying to install 10.7.3 also cause i heard around it was a kernel problem with the amd 10.8.2 so its better to wait for a good kernel and use 10.7.3 but i hope not if you guys need any more info please ask 



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Either it's incorrect inject for Graphics or it happens due to Kernel for AMD.

Did you make patch of framebuffer and so on?



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yeah im pretty sure i did if you mean by putting graphics card id into kext? sorry if im wrong new to this mac and kext stuff

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No, that's not the issue. There's a bug in the current kernel's patch set, so it will have artifacts with various degrees of severity with ATI graphics, and won't work at all with nVidia. There's no solution for the issue yet, and will be very surprising if someone comes out with a solution in the short term, since the causes of the bug are yet to be isolated. Sorry, man: if you want a perfectly working system you'll have to stay with Lion 10.7.5.

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hey the conna im having trouble getting 10.7.3 to install im using v2 niresh keep
getting usbf error tried removing graphics card usb 3 off tried boot flags cant get past it
its not a freeze it just stays on it any help would be awesome

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hey the conna im having trouble getting 10.7.3 to install im using v2 niresh keep
getting usbf error tried removing graphics card usb 3 off tried boot flags cant get past it
its not a freeze it just stays on it any help would be awesome

Could make a screenshot with -v to shed some light on it?

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sure hold on
here

 

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by the way i'm downloading  iATKOS_L2 cause his mountain lion worked for me i think niresh dont work for me



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You won't have success with those Lion distros: all of them use deprecated kernels and wrong boot flags, because when they were made, Lion support for AMD was awful and bleak at beast. Use this method linked, with the Lion kernel available at the download section of Insanelymac:  http://www.insanelym...erimental-only/

 

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alright thanks





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