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Gigabyte Nvidia GT 440

27 December 2013 - 12:34 AM



I installed mavericks and now only thing that is not working properly is graphics card. Anyone has the same card or know a solution on how to make this work?


All I´ve done so far was removing all geForce kexts from S/L/E, installing cuda and install AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext like explained here http://www.osx86.net...lastest-driver/ . Thought GT 430 might work on my system but it doesn't.





edit1. installed this here and got monitor recognised and max resolution, now only need to enable QE/CI I think.


edit2. to enable QE/CI remove NVDAResmanTesla.kext from S/L/E.


got it working, maybe this will be useful for someone with same graphics card.

System reboots after installing Mavericks

24 December 2013 - 12:56 PM

hi all.


I´ve been trying to install Mavericks in the last few days, I followed vanilla install guide.


I was booting with a hackintosh dvd, then I pressed F8 and select my usb install drive, crazy enough that didnt work at all, it just rebooted. So, I removed the dvd and booted directly from the usb drive and all worked great. Mavericks is now installed! Just writing this because it might help someone. Do not boot from other dvd, usb´s, boot directly from the one you will install.


Anyways, now that OS is installed, it always reboot while booting. I start in verbose mode, it shows loading some kexts (normal verbose boot), and the nreboots the pc.

I´ve tried a lot of flags, but no sucess. I read in myhack guide that the PciRoot=1 or GraphincsEnabler flags would fix this reboot problem, but no sucess.


edit: I read in the forum a posible solution is to remove all grahic card kext from s/l/e in the usb installer. i did that. after the install does mavericks need them back? will it boot without any graphic card kext? Or after installing mavericks they put back?


SO, if anyone can help me out with some hints to my problem I would be very apreciated.


Thanks all, and have a merry christmas :)

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