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Installare i driver nVidia su Hackintosh

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1) Installare i driver nVidia

 

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Requisiti :

 

Driver nVidia : http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/301416-nvidia-web-driver-updates-for-yosemite/  (grazie a fantomas1)

Utilizzare come smbios Mac Pro

 

Procedura:

 

Controllare il vostro smbios.plist di avere un Mac Pro

Installare i driver 

 

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Non riavviamo e rechiamoci in Preferenze di sistema - NVIDIA Driver Manager

 

 

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Verifichiamo che sia spuntato la voce "NVIDIA Web Driver"

 

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Riavviamo e all'avvio digitiamo come flag  nvda_drv=1

 

Adesso in base al bootloader che utilizziamo dobbiamo aggiungere la flag che abbiamo digitato all'avvio, rechiamoci in :

 

x Chameleon/Enoch

 

Finder/nome dell'HD/Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist e apriamo

 

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Aggiungere il seguente codice al file :

<dict>
	<key>Kernel Flags</key>
	<string>nvda_drv=1</string>
</dict>

Salvare e riavviare.

 

x Clover 

 

Montare la partizione EFI/Clover EFIMounter ho Clover Configurator e apriamo il config.plist

 

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Aggiungere il seguente codice al file :

<key>Boot</key>
	<dict>
		<key>Arguments</key>
		<string>nvda_drv=1 kext-dev-mode=1</string>
	</dict>

Salvare e riavviare. 

 

 

2) Se il modello non è supportato :  

 

Requisiti :

 

Scaricate i driver nVidia : http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/301416-nvidia-web-driver-updates-for-yosemite/

Post 38  (grazie a zhuangzl123)

 

Aprire il Terminale : 

 

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Digitate : 

Last login: Sat Jun 13 10:25:43 on ttys000
iMac-di-Fabio:~ fabio$ pkgutil --expand ~/Desktop/WebDriver-346.01.02f04.pkg ~/Desktop/WebDriver
iMac-di-Fabio:~ fabio$ 

Sulla scrivania vedrete una cartella "WebDriver" apritela e utilizzando con TexEdit modificate il file "Distribution"  

 

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if (found_hardware == 0)
a
if (found_hardware == -1) 

Salvare il file, adesso bisogna ricostruire il pacchetto eliminiamo i driver nVidia sulla scrivania e apriamo il Terminale :

 

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Digitiate :

pkgutil --flatten ~/Desktop/WebDriver ~/Desktop/WebDriver-346.01.02f04.pkg

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Vi troverete sulla scrivania i driver nVidia da installare.

 

Fabio

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