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  1. I have a HP Pavilion TX2000. Specs: Model: HP Pavilion TX2000 Processor: AMD Turion 64 X2 Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150 with 128 MB at 1280x800 I was just wondering if Mac OS X will work on this and will my Graphics Card work with Mac OS X. If yes what version of Mac OS X. I don't care how old the Mac Operating System is, I just want OS X on this computer. Thank You!
  2. Rampage Dev

    Patched Framebuffer Repository

    about: This is a Repository for ATI and AMD patched Framebuffers. Here you will find a complete list of successfully patched framebuffers for ATI and AMD Graphics Cards. This is not a support page so do not post questions on this page. Start a new topic if you have questions. Thank you for your cooperation. Framebuffer Editing Guides: BCC9′s post that can be found here Alexander Martinez’s post that can be found here Mucha’s post that can be found here Posting Guidelines: The following are the posting guidelines for this page. Failure to follow set guidelines will mean that the patched framebuffer will not be posted on the first post. Thank you for your cooperation. Graphics Card Model: Graphics Card Manufacture Name: Graphics Card Manufacture Part Number: Fixed by: Patched Framebuffer:
  3. Hello Community, Yesterday the following problem appeared: Final Cut Pro X crashes randomly when importing media or editing projects. System Information: Mobo: ASRock Z77 Extreme4 Proc: Intel i5 3570k Graphic: ASUS GTX 560 DirectCU II OC OS: Mac OS Yosemite - 10.10.3 Software: Final Cut Pro X 10.2.1 Drivers: Nvidia Nvidia Web Driver - 346.01.02f04 - Set to use OSX Drivers in nVidia Control Panel System Definition: MacPro5,1 I attached the crash files which contain sometimes different errors but always an Graphics Card error. I selected four of them for all of the following scenarios. I had the nVidia Web Drivers installed and uninstalled them for a test, but the crashes where still there. I then switched to the nVidia Web Drivers usage from OSX native in the nVidia control panel, but the error was there again. Switching from my iMac System Definition to the MacPro5,1 Definition has not resolved the problem. After that I decided to update my Final Cut Pro X from 10.2 to 10.2.1 but no changes at all. As of today i reinstalled my Sapphire HD 5670 ATI card, but the problem still persists. Not so often, but it already happened again 30 Minutes ago. Some Help would be great, so I can continue editing the Videos Thanks for any Help Yesterday, nVidia, FCPX 10.2,with OSX native Drivers Final Cut Pro_2015-06-27-235548_Steffens-Mac-Pro.crash.txt Today, nVidia, FCPX 10.2,with nVidia Drivers Final Cut Pro_2015-06-28-133113_Steffens-Mac-Pro.crash.txt Today, nVidia, FCPX 10.2.1,with OSX Drivers Final Cut Pro_2015-06-28-134842_Steffens-Mac-Pro.crash.txt Today, ATI, FCPX 10.2.1,with OSX Drivers Final Cut Pro_2015-06-28-144117_Steffens-Mac-Pro.crash.txt
  4. Hello, I'm new to Hackintoshing and would appreciate some assistance. My Hardware specs are: Motherboard: AMD Crosshair V CPU: Phenom II 1090t RAM: 16GB DDR3 Graphics Card: Quadro FX 3800 HardDrive: Seagate 1TB I was successfully able to install OSX Yosemite 10.10.1 via my USB Yosemite(installation drive) using AMD kernel (1010-SSEPLUS-Rev.2) from this thread: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/302075-amd-yosemite-kernel-testing-for-help-use-the-help-topic/page-41 Currently I can get the system to boot from my hard drive installation via these flags: -x -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes npci=0x3000 However, If I want to boot into the Yosemite installer on my USB drive, I type these flags: -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes npci=0x3000 (Notice how if I boot into the Yosemite installer via the USB it does not require the safe mode -x flag.) Anyway, I also noticed that if I removed all of the nvidia kexts from S/L/E folder, I actually can boot into my Yosemite hard drive installation without the safe mode flag. However, this method isn't really a fix because I obviously want to use my Nvidia card drivers or else the entire desktop will be laggy and I won't have any graphics acceleration. Even if I place the nvidia kexts back into the S/L/E folder the system does not have graphics acceleration. However, when I check my the "About my MAC" it shows that my graphics card (Quadro Fx 3800) was detected properly. I also tried an AMD 5850 in the same machine, but same problem, would only get to the login screen if I boot via safe mode. If I do not use the safe mode flag when booting into my hard drive installation of Yosemite, I am stuck with the spinning color wheel cursor with a white background. Is there any way to achieve full graphics acceleration and boot into Yosemite without the safe mode flag? Am I experiencing two separate problems or are they related somehow?
  5. kadri15

    ATI Radeon 4200

    Hey everybody, I'm running Snow Leopard 10.6.8 on my HP Pavilion. Everything is working great except for the graphics card. My resolution is currently 1024 x 768. I have looked around for kexts but I have found nothing and everything is so maximied currently. Is there any solution to getting a good resolution for my ATI Radeon 4200? I have literally searched up so many times on Google yet I still haven't found a proper kext. Also I am running Legacy's Kernel for my boot manager? Please I would be really grateful if someone could help. Thank you very much. -Momin
  6. I just recently installed 10.5.8 onto a Dell Dimension 3000. While I have a working screen, it's stuck at 1024x768 with NO QE/CI. Since the Dimension 3000 only has PCI slots (no AGP), it looks like my only solution is to install a PCI graphics card. I tried using my google-fu, but I can't find anything definitive to get an answer as whether Leopard even supports PCI graphics cards let alone which ones. What (if any) would be a good PCI graphics card for running under 10.5.8 with QE/CI? Hoping to have DVI and output of 1920x1080. Would be nice if it could push some polygons for gaming too, but not a dealbreaker.
  7. Hello Guys, I recently bought an Nvidia based ASUS GTX 560 DirectCU 2 OC to upgrade my system. Now i connected my Screen via the DVI connector on the Card to my Monitor and set the BIOS to my PCI Express Graphics card. Now booting with -v works fine, but as soon as the boot process is over, my Monitor looses the Signal and turns off. I have tried using the onboard DVI with the Onboard BIOS Graphic Option, which lets me use the system and install the Nvidia Web Drivers (quite laggy of course). After Installing the Drivers i tried booting with the following Boot flags: -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes -v GraphicsEnabler=No -v GraphicsEnabler=No nvda_drv=1 -v GraphicsEnabler=No nvda_drv=1 PCIRootUID=0 -v GraphicsEnabler=No nvda_drv=1 PCIRootUID=1 But it always ends in the situation described above. I cannot try the HDMI Output as it is an miniHDMI Output and i do not have an adapter laying around, but i will try to buy one the next days, to see if the DVI Ports might be the issue (Still no real solution because my current Monitor only does have DVI or VGA).I am using the Chimera Bootloader v4.1.0] Build Date 2015-04-22 # 20:46:10. I tried GraphicsEnabler=Yes already, but there was only the signal lost. I would install and use Clover, but i am more familiar with Chameleon/Chimera so far. I have already searched for an Option to disable onboard Graphics at all, but there is none. In the South Bridge Section of my BIOS there is only onboard Audio to deactivate and Ethernet. It would be great if anyone experienced in Nvidia Cards on Hackintoshs could help me out here, as i have been using an AMD Radeon HD 5670 before which worked via the HDMI Port but only with settings the BIOS to the Onboard Card. I was using the following Definition: MacBook Pro (13 Inch, Mid 2010) because of the serial Number injected to make the App Store working, but changed it because of an advice to the Mac Pro 3,1 Definition. So I changed the system Definition to Mac Pro 3,1, added kext-dev-mode because of a kext for phone USB tethering and checked the GraphicsEnabler=Yes option, but the Problem is still there. As soon as the login screen should appear, the monitor looses its signal. Tried booting with GE Yes and GE No and with nvda_drv=1 But it was still worth a try Now after doing the above mentioned actions, Switching to Onboard Graphics does give a memory Allocation error, so i cant boot into the system anymore with the onboard graphics and with my PCIE graphics Card the signal is still lost when the loading screen should appear. Any Ideas? Thank You Guys System Information: Mobo: ASRock Z77 Extreme4 Proc: Intel i5 3570k Graphic: ASUS GTX 560 DirectCU II OC OS: Mac OS Yosemite - 10.10.3 Drivers: Nvidia Nvidia Web Driver - 346.01.02f04
  8. Hi there, im currently upgrading my System and i'm looking for a new/better Graphics Card to get rid of my old GT640. I had Nvidia Cards my entire life now, so I got used to them, but I've heard that AMD Radeon Graphics Cards aren't that bad either. And they are cheap, as I heard xD But I have really no clue where to start. I'm looking for a Graphics Card somewhere around 200€. It should be compatible with OSX 10.11 and support the newest Games on Windows with a decent resolution. But I don't need to play Games on Ultimate haha. Im currently using both the dedicated NVIDIA and the integrated Intel HD Graphics 4600 simultaneously. So this also should be possible Has someone an Idea which Graphics Card would be the best? Thanks in advance.
  9. Olá! Instalei o El Capitan num Samsung NP530U3C-AD5BR, Processador Intel Core i7 3517u (Ivy Bridge), e está tudo funcionando, exceto a placa de vídeo; até consigo fazer com que o sistema reconheça o modelo (pelo Clover Config, alterei o config.plist inserindo aquele 0x01660003), mas não consigo aumentar a quantidade de memória de vídeo (apresenta como apenas 4MB) e nem ativar a aceleração de vídeo... se alguém puder me ajudar por favor... Obrigado!
  10. Dogma36

    Nvidia GTX Titan X 12 GB for mac.

    Hello people, I would like to hear opinions abouth this, I had found a seller on e-bay that charges $200 for modding a Nvidia GTX Titan X 12 GB PC to have it working for mac, is that a reasonable price?. Thanks.
  11. Okay folks. I'm working on a new install of Snow Leopard 10.6.8 for a Gateway 3018GZ made in 2004... The install succeeded, installing iLife as we speak, and all updates are applied. I have most of the hardware functioning at this point. Except the Audio(AC'97 ICH4), Video(Intel 855GM), and ethernet(BCM4401). Tonight I almost managed to get the Audio to function using a recently patched kext, I now have the volume indicator showing at the top but no sound... /kneeclap. (Now If only I could get the backwards ticking internal clock to function properly..and tick forwards with the right time displayed... none of the RTC kexts are working... and have no DSDT for this system) I have searched all over the internet for any possible solution to the Sound issue, and the 855GM dilemma... the only drivers available for the videocard that I have were for Tiger 10.4.1. I happened to have an old install of Tiger still floating around and was able to pull the original 830/915 drivers from it, but they need to be recompiled entirely to use them. Question is, is there a newer driver that may be even remotely compatible for that old video card at all? Could use some help with the DSDT for that machine if you all have time. Only reason I'm bothering to go through the effort of this is that it is for a Band... and they want it done. Been at it for a month. Any assistance is welcome. Thank you all for your time, -Seige
  12. Hello! Does anyone know if R9 285 or R9 280 work OOB in Yosemite?I know for sure that R9 280X does,but I'm not sure about these two cards..I haven't found many topics in which they are mentioned, and I want to be sure that HDMI and DVI work OOB..has anyone tested them?I don't want to buy a graphics card and then have to return it and buy another one..