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Tony3567

HDMI Input on my GTX 650 not working

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My Hackintosh is working fine, and the dvi on my gpu is working fine, but when i plug in the hdmi cable my screen goes white, and and I am forced to rebbot my computer. Anyone here know how I can get this fixed, I would really appreciate it.

 

I would also like to know if theres a place where we can get current firmwares and updates for my graphic card like there is for windows....Thanks

 

the motherboard I have is a: GA-Z77X-UP5 TH

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Request assistance in the DSDT section of this site, posting your complete specs and a detailed description of your issue. You'll have to answer the quiz before being able to post outside the new user's lounge, but it's quite easy.

 

Best regards!

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Request assistance in the DSDT section of this site, posting your complete specs and a detailed description of your issue. You'll have to answer the quiz before being able to post outside the new user's lounge, but it's quite easy.

 

Best regards!

 

This is incorrect. DSDT injection can not and will not enable a port on a Nvidia card.

 

Install Nvidia retail drivers. See FAQ section for more info.

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