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no acceleration gt640m LE on ML10.8.4 Vaio S13 SVS

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hello guy.. i successfully do hackintosh on my sony vaio s13 2012 version(svs).. my vaio using optimus n i read a lot thread about optimus is not really support.. my vaio have intel 4000/gt640 m le..i got intel hd4000 full working with acceleration. For gt640m le, it recognize in system profile when i boot with GE=yes vbios=yes but with 0mb for vram instead 1gb vram.. one more thing, if i boot with GE=no vbios=no, it. only show nvidia chipset model bla bla....please anyone help me..maybe fix my dsdt..

sorry for my bad english..huhu..

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hello

 

is well know .. optimus don't work in mac os x

 

so.. make the intel hd works good

 

several years .. that optimus thecnology don't work .. start with sandy bridge cpus

 

good hack 

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yeah..my intel hd4000 working fine with full acceleration.. i just wondering, it is bcause optimus, i got total vram 0mb for nvidia in system information ..cuda driver also detect gpu driver version..

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No, in OS X it should be "Pause" btn, to increase brightness, and Fn+Del to reduce it, to block TouchPad hit "Prt Sc", volume btns are the same :) I will soon make a topic about Sony VAIO S ;)

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They are practicaly the same, the only difference is screen resolution, I have 1600x900 because I have SVS13P (SVS13A290X = version cuatomized on the website before actually getting it, this explains why mine is a bit diffeent) but anyway the graphics are the same and I have SVS2012 too, CPU may be diffrent but it isnt a big deal :) otger components will be the same and therefore the same behavior for all versions ;)

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