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Moutain 5450 Radeon - Big issue :(

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Hi all,

 

Big issue, i'm going mad.

 

I've got a working 10.7.4 with Radeon 5450 full QE/CI et res.

- GraphicsEnabler=Yes

- ATI5000Injector.kext in E/E

 

Update fresh mountain lion installation

- Chameleon 2035

- GraphicsEnabler=Yes

- AtiConfig=Hoolock

- Add 0x68F91002 to ATI5000Controller.kext and AMDRadeonAccelerator.kext IOPCIMatch

 

> Impossible to reach GUI

> ssh to machine, kextstat shows me that ATI5000Controller is Not loaded !!!!!!

 

Ii tried also with ATI5000Injector.kext in E/E, no luck

 

I'm going mad, what i'm doing wrong ???

 

Help !!!

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Funny thing, i've installed a different version of chameleon : 2030

> now i boot in gui with QE/CI,

 

but the downside is i dont have the res detected by the driver. I have to choose "scale" then i've got a list of resolution, but not mine

I've for example 1920x1200 but i only have 1920x1080 !!!

 

Is it a pb with framebuffer detection ???

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Funny thing, i've installed a different version of chameleon : 2030

> now i boot in gui with QE/CI,

 

but the downside is i dont have the res detected by the driver. I have to choose "scale" then i've got a list of resolution, but not mine

I've for example 1920x1200 but i only have 1920x1080 !!!

 

Is it a pb with framebuffer detection ???

 

Try inserting your device ID in the right section of

AMDRadeonAccelerator - You shouldn't need AtiConfig in your boot plist.

Good luck

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reinstall the kexts from 10.7 to 10.8 in system/lib/ext....thats what i did. oh & run disk util / repair permissions then reboot

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