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NVIDIA GTX 560 kext (NO Ti)

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So I actually got the thinks with the Mac OS X "drivers" and installed the Internet :superman: but now the problem is that I have NVIDIA GTX 560 and I'm unable to run the Mac OS X in Full HD and to play 3D games (OpenGL). Any advices?

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I have already tried this but it didn't work. Actually I'm using Mac OS X 10.6.8 but with the kexts from 10.6.6i HAZARD because otherwise the PCI waiting bug appears. Any suggestions?

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What is the device id of youre card? And did you try that kext on SL or Lion? If you test it to SL maybe if you don't really need SL and can use Lion create a 20gb partition and install Lion on it and see if it works. I saw on youtube that someone got it working on ML without doing anything.

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I'm actually installed the Mac OS X 10.6.6i by HAZARD on my PC as a third OS (Windows XP and Windows 8) because the Emulation version isn't that stable. I don't know what is that device id? It is a Palit GPU.

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If you can't download them it means the file isn't stored in their server. Try search on google the name of the kext. ML is Mountain Lion.

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I don't think any gtx500 series card works with snow leipard. i have me own thread, that is very much dead, why was/am trying to get a gtx570 working in SL.

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I actually found something interesting here : http://d.driversdat.com/viewfile/GeForce_500_Series_Mac_OSX_SnowLeopard_10.6.8_-_19.5.8f03.dmg-2581 but when I launch the installation it displays a message that this computer will not support Geforce or Quadro Mac OS X edition cards. Any suggestions - is this a fake? By the way my processor is Intel Celeron and when I launch the Lion or Mountain Lion installation it says that it need core 2 duo or i7 and etc. processor and it exit.

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I actually found something interesting here : http://d.driversdat....5.8f03.dmg-2581 but when I launch the installation it displays a message that this computer will not support Geforce or Quadro Mac OS X edition cards. Any suggestions - is this a fake? By the way my processor is Intel Celeron and when I launch the Lion or Mountain Lion installation it says that it need core 2 duo or i7 and etc. processor and it exit.

 

My processor is a Celeron too. Which do you have?

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I actually found something interesting here : http://d.driversdat....5.8f03.dmg-2581 but when I launch the installation it displays a message that this computer will not support Geforce or Quadro Mac OS X edition cards. Any suggestions - is this a fake? By the way my processor is Intel Celeron and when I launch the Lion or Mountain Lion installation it says that it need core 2 duo or i7 and etc. processor and it exit.

 

I came acrossed this as well, i think it's just for CUDA. I could be wrog.

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So here is what happened now - I have successfully installed Mac OS X Mountain Lion and now it supports my GPU and I can even play CS:GO (at maximum resolution and graphic settings) but the game I installed Mac OS for - Tomb Raider AOD is POWER PC app which isn't supported by this version of Mac OS. What I can do now - any suggestions how the *** to run this game???

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