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Nvidia GeForce 9100M G

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Hey i got a lil problem . i have got hazard 10.6.6i on my pc (http://www.pcwelt.de/produkte/Medion-Akoya-P4010-D-MD-8850-Testergebnisse-und-technische-Daten-Preisknaller-der-All-In-Ones-472610.htmlhttp://www.pcwelt.de/produkte/Medion-Akoya...nes-472610.html ; Chipsatz Nvidia Nforce 730i ; Grafikchip Nvidia Geforce 9100M G, 256 MB (shared Memory: ja) ).


i also have the graficchip nvidia gefoce 9100m g .my resolution is 1920x1080x32.

the problem is, that the grafik is not fast. it freezes sometimes. and it does not like smoothly.

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Boot into single user mode (-s) and remove the kext.


Follow whats displayed at first to check the filesystem and mount your hard drive. Then:


rm - R /System/Library/Extensions/NVEnabler.kext/


Then type reboot.

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i Would need help too :/

i have here an Akoya P8610 with Hybrid SLi

1. nVidia GeForce 9100M G

2. nVidia GeForce 9600M GS


The 9600er works with NVEnabler but she Doesn't get active if 9100M isn't active ._.

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