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Hello. I'm building a new hackintosh but i'm unable to get graphics working.

 

My specs

Gigabyte Z77x-UD5H Bios Rev. 14

Intel i3770K

Colorful GTX480

Asus GT210

10.8.2

 

My problem is that i can't get both graphics working together. I can only work with HD4000. I have generated EFI strings to HD4000 and GraphicsEnabler=No installed latest Nvidia Drivers and set MacPro 3.1 definition and iMac 12,2. I can't see desktop. HD 4000 set in bios 32 MB. I've tried with both graphics card that i have GTX480 and GT 210.

 

Scene 1

HD 4000, Graphics Enabler= Yes. It works.

 

Scene 2

HD 4000, GrapihcsEnabler = No, Efi Strings for HD 4000. It works.

 

Scene 3

HD 4000 set off in bios, GTX 480 GraphicsEnabler=yes, i can't get desktop. It doesn't work.

 

 

Scene 4

HD 4000 set off in bios, GTX 480 GraphicsEnabler=no, i can't get desktop. It doesn't work.

 

 

Scene 5

HD 4000, GTX 480 GraphicsEnabler=yes, i can't get desktop. It doesn't work.

 

 

Scene 6

HD 4000 Efi Strings for HD 4000, GTX 480 GraphicsEnabler=no, i can't get desktop. It doesn't work.

 

I have tried with GT 210 with same result. I've i put a discrete GPU i can't boot totally. I need to put a nvidia card to get CUDA.

 

ThankYou for all

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