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  1. Rampage Dev

    New Nvidia Retail Driver Install Solution

    New Nvidia Retail Driver Install Solution Posted on May 16, 2013by rampagedev about: New Nvidia Retail drivers have been released today. It introduces a new Preference Pane under System Preferences that allows you to enable the Nvidia Web Driver or OS X Default Driver The new drivers require information to be written to the NVram. Without this you will not be able to Meklort, who developed the NVram Module that we currently use, assisted me in understanding why the NVram information showed up on some systems and not others. If you are using my Recovery Partition And Enable All Features Of iCloud and iMessages fix you must remove nvram.log from /var/log/ before you can begin. If you plan to enable ECC, for a Nvidia card that support this feature, you must add the slot identification edit in your DSDT or the option to enable ECC on that card will not be available. Accreditation: Meklort for NVram Module and boot.plist Flag Originally posted here Guide: Part 1: Install 1. Download Mac OS X Driver Release 313.01.01 here 2. Install the drivers 3. Install the latest Bootloader found here 4. In your Extra folder if not present already create a folder called modules: 5. From i386/modules folder copy FileNVRAM.dylib into Extra/modules: 6. Continue to Part 2 Part 2: Fusion Drive Installs or Systems Without FileNVRAM 1. In your Extra folder open org.chameleon.Boot.plist: 2. Under Kernel Flags add nvda_drv=1: 3. Continue to Part 3 Part 3: Enabling 1. Go to System Preferences: 2. Go to Nvidia Driver Manager: 3. In the Preference Pane change the settings to match the following: 4. Restart 5. The new kexts should now be loaded: 6. If you are using my Recovery Partition And Enable All Features Of iCloud and iMessages fix please redo Parts 4-7 here