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Hey guys. I have enabled 3D acceleration my laptop but Applegraphicspowermanagement.kext is not automatically loaded. Sometimes core graphics lag, sometimes not.

 

My graphics card is NVIDIA 9600M GS.

 

Please help me.

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No, actually with graphicsenabler it works flawlessly except that sometimes lagging thing. I installed it using MyHack 3.1.2

 

It's OpenCL enabled as well.

 

1 OpenCL platform found!

[Platform 0]

Name: Apple

Vendor: Apple

Version: OpenCL 1.2 (Jun 20 2012 14:18:19)

Profile: FULL_PROFILE

Extensions: cl_APPLE_SetMemObjectDestructor cl_APPLE_ContextLoggingFunctions cl_APPLE_clut cl_APPLE_query_kernel_names cl_APPLE_gl_sharing cl_khr_gl_event

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Now i show you my metod,i use in my PC MacPro4.1 smbios plist and need to open GraphicPoweManagement.kext/Contens/Info.plist and here need to change my corectly Vendor and DevID from my Card:ATI4870.Example MacPro build in only with nVidia card and will need to change it...

 

   [b]	   <key>MacPro4,1</key>
		<dict>
		 <key>Vendor10deDevice05e2</key>Here need to put your Vendor and DeviceID GPU
			<dict>
				<key>Heuristic</key>
				<dict>
					<key>ID</key>
					<integer>0</integer>
					<key>IdleInterval</key>
					<integer>250</integer>
					<key>SensorOption</key>
					<integer>1</integer>
					<key>SensorSampleRate</key>
					<integer>4</integer>
					<key>TargetCount</key>
					<integer>5</integer>
					<key>Threshold_High</key>
					<array>
						<integer>87</integer>
						<integer>87</integer>
						<integer>87</integer>
						<integer>100</integer>
					</array>
					<key>Threshold_Low</key>
					<array>
						<integer>0</integer>
						<integer>87</integer>
						<integer>87</integer>
						<integer>87</integer>
					</array>
				</dict>
				<key>LogControl</key>
				<integer>0</integer>
				<key>control-id</key>
				<integer>18</integer>
			</dict>[/b]

Later i reboot with -v(text mode) and see little beging text -[AGPM]build in with controller 4640(my cardDevID)And now is time to play Crysis2 :thumbsup_anim:

System Info.app.zip

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HUSABER:

Is it safe to just replacing the vendor and device id? So what about the threshold values and others? Don't we need proper values for each specific VGA card?

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Yes metod is good for me and my graphic card,GraphicPowerManager.kext now load working 100% :thumbsup_anim:lpcbk9-3b3df4.png

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OK, I changed my mac definition to imac5,1. AGPM is loaded on every boot and now everything seems to be fine.

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I have macpro3,1 model, and that is missing from there... I tried adding macpro3,1 section in the info.plist, basically copied the macpro 4,1 section and added my vendor and device id, but it's not loading up... So people on real macpro3,1 doesn't get this loading too. I can use an imac model to get it working (used my hackintosh as an imac9,1 model for months, used 10,1 too) but then my sound gets strange because of the sound-energysaving feature on imacs ._.

So no AGPM for me I think.

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MacPro 3.1 dont have GPU control,and remember have CPU Xeon Quadro,test with 4.1,dont change on section,only see who MAC in to plist have GPU control.....

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I already tried with macpro4,1 (with proper serial and board id etc...) but I got kernel panic. Macpro3,1 works fine.

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Yes i'm shuar..fix it and happy Hack with MacPro 3.1bira.jpg

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OK if work posted anything here(like my iOreg picture)

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Hi, I have Nvidia GT 540M and I have been referred to here,

 

I can't quite understand what people are talking about or where to edit and what to edit.

 

Could someone please help me, maybe edit the file for me?

 

The only problem is that I have switchable graphics with Nvidia Optimus, and I'm not sure if OS X can support that?!

So even if I got it enabled would I be able to have the two cards (Intel HD Graphics 3000 + GT 540M) switching between the two, or just running together so that more heavy duty programs would use the Nvidia card.

At the moment I can't even boot with the Nvidia card, only in safe mode (-x) otherwise I get KP...

 

Vendor ID: 0x10de

Device ID: 0x0df4

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X-TRiAL

 

-You run Mac version?your Smbios.plist is?Your Mobo is?CPU is?Ram is?

Without your hardware no way to help..

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Thanks, I tried this, but it didn't work for me.

 

In -v all I got was this "nspace-handler-set-snapshot-time: 1343775763" which is the last thing to load on a normal boot, but it just freezes when I enable the switchable graphics in the BIOS.

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dont try only -v,try another command -s,-f or press only enter..

you have GraphicsEnabler=Yes in smbios.plist?

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When I use GraphicsEnabler=Yes in Chameleon it loads my DSDT and then shows my card "Nvidia GeForce GT 540M" and the PCI Root ID and then freezes.

I can boot with -x but I could do that before your files were installed.

 

Will try with -f, -s and enter.

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upload your boot.plist,and smbios.plist here

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