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GA-Z77x-D3H, I7-3770, as an optional new ASUS 9800GT

I have looked at the related post, I have tried almost all options, but I still get to have the graphics at full capacity, someone can guide me in configuring

with ASUS 9800 GT, "no video"

Thanks, Greetings

 

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My composition:

GA-Z77x-D3H, I7-3770, as an optional new ASUS 9800GT

I have looked at the related post, I have tried almost all options, but I still get to have the graphics at full capacity, someone can guide me in configuring

with ASUS 9800 GT, "no video"

 

Based on your screen cap your card is not being recognized. I do not have your card. Search THIS WIKI for your card and see what some people's solutions have been. Which Chameleon are you using? Sometimes a different Chameleon will work with "GraphicsEnabler=Yes." If nothing has worked so far and you have tried different Chameleons you can try to inject your graphics info with an EFI string. First put everything back to stock. Delete any enabler kexts you have added and change GraphicsEnabler to "GraphicsEnabler=No". Then check out this thread for generating an EFI string and see if that works. The thread is for a 210 Silent but the general idea is the same for every card. You may not need to do a custom EFI. Check the drop down menu and see if your card is listed.

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Based on your screen cap your card is not being recognized. I do not have your card. Search THIS WIKI for your card and see what some people's solutions have been. Which Chameleon are you using? Sometimes a different Chameleon will work with "GraphicsEnabler=Yes." If nothing has worked so far and you have tried different Chameleons you can try to inject your graphics info with an EFI string. First put everything back to stock. Delete any enabler kexts you have added and change GraphicsEnabler to "GraphicsEnabler=No". Then check out this thread for generating an EFI string and see if that works. The thread is for a 210 Silent but the general idea is the same for every card. You may not need to do a custom EFI. Check the drop down menu and see if your card is listed.

 

 

Thanks for your reply

In principle the problem is to have the graphics that has my new motherboard GA-Z77X-D3H + I7 3770 incorporating the HD4000 graphics, I think if I could run this, would be fine but I can not, and rule out the ASUS 9800GT

Install everything with ###### v.5.

I see at boot does not load the driver .... IntelCPUMonitor says (unsupported intel processor found kext will not load), not if you have something to do.

Greetings, sorry for my English is translated by Google

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Hello, I have removed "use nvidia rom" I put GraphicsEnabler "Yes", but as usual, only 1360 x 768

I have configured the BIOS of the GA-Z77, internal graphics as they say "auto" memory size to 64M, and DVMT "Max"

Not because the system does not recognize the HD4000 graphics

 

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The information says it does not recognize the chipset model, I would ask, you should manually enter the device ID in "AppleIntelHD4000Graphics.kext" or some other kexts

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Even though your not using any kernel flags in your boot plist, you should have a blank string after

<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string></string>

 

You can also see if PciRoot should be set to 1 by running this in terminal, courtesy of OldNapalm. if result is 1, add PciRoot=1 to boot.plist

ioreg -l | grep -15 "AppleACPIPCI\ " | grep UID

then, if still needed, as you mentioned, adding correct device ID's to kexts would be next step

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Even though your not using any kernel flags in your boot plist, you should have a blank string after

<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string></string>

 

You can also see if PciRoot should be set to 1 by running this in terminal, courtesy of OldNapalm. if result is 1, add PciRoot=1 to boot.plist

ioreg -l | grep -15 "AppleACPIPCI\ " | grep UID

then, if still needed, as you mentioned, adding correct device ID's to kexts would be next step

 

 

Grinding kerkel flags

Deputy result

 

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OK, got that much out of the way. From here, you'll probably want to see what some other Ivy Bridge users are doing, at least you have a picture, so off to a good start. here is some info on enabling HW acceleration http://olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1583 Without same hardware, that's about as much as I can do.

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Even though your not using any kernel flags in your boot plist, you should have a blank string after
 Kernel Flags  

You can also see if PciRoot should be set to 1 by running this in terminal, courtesy of OldNapalm. if result is 1, add PciRoot=1 to boot.plist

 ioreg -l | grep -15 "AppleACPIPCI\ " | grep UID 

then, if still needed, as you mentioned, adding correct device ID's to kexts would be next step

 

 

hey eep357, here is my result .

Last login: Sun Sep  9 09:44:32 on ttys000
pH:~ pH$ ioreg -l | grep -15 "AppleACPIPCI\ " | grep UID
   | | |   "_UID" = "0"
   | | |   "_UID" = "255"
pH:~ pH$

a little bit confusing with the 255

can u explain a little more ?

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I used my old ASUS 9800 GT, 'cause the internal HD4000 graphics, it was impossible.

Using an old folder and smbios.plist EXTAorg.chameleon.Boot.plist, look attachments

NVEnabler.kext by entering the ID of my card asus "614"

1 monitor 19 "LG DVI

1 TV Toshiba 32 "HDMI

with the monitor and the TV connected to the asus 9800gt

TV LG turned off the monitor, I boot the system when the system finishes loading the monitor goes blank 20 "monitor is activated and only then and only then say you can connect the TV to be of dual thereby.

 

now I have the TV and the monitor 1920x1080x32 LG 1280x1024

I hope this guide serves to someone.

regards

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hey eep357, here is my result .
 Last login: Sun Sep 9 09:44:32 on ttys000 pH:~ pH$ ioreg -l | grep -15 "AppleACPIPCI\ " | grep UID | | | "_UID" = "0" | | | "_UID" = "255" pH:~ pH$ 

a little bit confusing with the 255 can u explain a little more ?

No idea on the 255, you'd have to take a look in ioreg and see it in context as all that's doing is parsing info from there, same as: ioreg | grep ATY

if you shorten it up to: ioreg -l | grep -15 "AppleACPIPCI\ "

you can review that section only and see where 2nd UID is coming from

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