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jiaqi

[Help] N55SL HD3000 blank screen

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Hi, currently i'm using i5-2450M Processor

With HD3000 Graphics Card (id=0x01268086)

 

post-233784-0-19038600-1352600081_thumb.png

 

The problem is, i cant boot up to mac if i never delete appleintelsnbgraphics.kext

it caused my screen to be blank and just stucked.

 

http://legacy.tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?t=28851

i have tried the method here by trying patching the dsdt but still no luck.

 

i also tried with many different patched kext and the problem still remained

 

as long as i put in the appleintelsnbgraphics kext and when the kext is loaded

it will just make the screen blank.

 

so here i will attach my not edited dsdt and a screenshot here.

hope u guys can help me.

dsdt_Notebook.dsl.zip

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Update to 10.8.2 and try "GraphicsEnabler=Yes" and use the pre-made SMBios.plist of MacBookPro 8,1

 

I didn't get QE/Ci except with the latest AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFP.kext

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tried. but still cannot , it will still goes blank if the snbgraphicsfb is loaded. wondering if anyone could help me to compile my dsdt with the dual link, as during my own compilation there are lots of errors

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