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Hi. I've installed iPC on an Acer 5630, but once i select the drivers for my graphics (Legacy GeForce, my graphic is a Geforce 7300GT), after the reboot, the iPC just breaks.

 

So, there is anyway to install kexts after installing the OS?

 

Tkz :D

 

tmd.santos...

 

First off, I would recommend just trying vanilla installs... more people play with that side of hackintoshing, then with distros...

 

Distros are the old & expired method, they still work, but fewer & fewer people use them, making finding help more difficult... Also, before installing a kext like the above mentioned, I would attempt to use chameleon graphics enabler first!

 

You will need to edit you com.apple.bootlist to do this, which should be found in your /Extra folder.

Then again, idk. Ha!

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tmd.santos...

 

First off, I would recommend just trying vanilla installs... more people play with that side of hackintoshing, then with distros...

 

Distros are the old & expired method, they still work, but fewer & fewer people use them, making finding help more difficult... Also, before installing a kext like the above mentioned, I would attempt to use chameleon graphics enabler first!

 

You will need to edit you com.apple.bootlist to do this, which should be found in your /Extra folder.

Then again, idk. Ha!

 

Tkz for the answer :( But what do you mean by vanilla installs?

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