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ManIkWeet

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  1. The Intel HD3000 problem.

    Any suggestions? Anyone? It feels like such a common problem... Any way to lower allocated VRAM or something?
  2. The Intel HD3000 problem.

    Hi After a short time of usage, I get horrible graphical glitches on my screen. See screenshots: I can temporarily remove the glitches by changing resolution to scaled and then back. I have a single resolution available: 1600x900 Graphics kexts are stock Apple. I am on OS X 10.9 (13A598). My bootloader is Clover, but I am willing to switch to Chameleon if needed. OS X recognizes same EDID as Windows, though said EDID does not seem complete. HDMI Connector does seem to work properly, though graphic glitches do appear on external monitor. I can not change VRAM in BIOS. On verbose boot, I get the infamous "Buffer pool allocate failed" message. Connectors: Internal LCD VGA HDMI Hardware specifications: Intel i5 2410m, 2.3GHz Intel HD3000 with device id = 0x01198086 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 RAM Intel Mobile HM65 chipset Laptop/Notebook model: Asus K73E-TY071V
  3. After a while of loading I just get a "spinning beachball" and a grey screen. I am using Clover bootloader. I tried booting with Chameleon but it just instantly restarts my laptop. I am running OSX10.8.5 just fine, so it's (probably) not hardware. Any suggestions? Edit: nevermind, I fixed it with Chameleon
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