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TeK9Samurai

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  1. I just switched out my GTX 760 to a Gigabyte GTX 950. Hoping it would be a simple swap, I was wrong. Everything was working fine with the GTX 760 and now I get No Signal from my monitor after the Apple logo. Uninstalled and reinstalled the nvidia webdrivers. Also ran the AGDPfix and the following shell commands (kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel and kextcache -system-cache). I am running an Smbios of 14,2 with clover parameters of Inject System ID and NvidiaWeb. The only way I am able to access my Hackintosh is if I remove use Nvidia Webdrivers from Clover or nv_disable=1. I am stumped and would appreciate the help of all you gurus. I have been up and down this forum but cannot find anything that resolves my issue. Thank you in advance.
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    OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 Officially Released

    I have read that many people did not have issues with the 10.9.4 update. Me on the other-hand, couple of major problems. Issues: 1. Shutdown/Reboot no longer worked. Computer would try to shutdown, monitor would go into power-saving but the computer would stay on. 2. Any USB device I would plug into my USB3 ports would make my computer crash. The computer would just hang unresponsive. Troubleshooting: Updated NVIDIA drivers - No resolution. System: MB: GA-P55-UD6 Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 650TI Boost USB3: Orico PVU3-202I with native OSX support I ended up restoring my computer to my last 10.9.3 backup which was right before the 10.9.4 update. I have found the culprit. It is related to the new NVIDIA drivers. Going to check if it has to do with the NVIDIA drivers or the CUDA drivers. Results: NVIDIA drivers causing restart issues. CUDA drivers causing USB3 and shutdown issues. Reverted to OSX default drivers and everything is fine. Any ideas?
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