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Hi, I installed Mac os Monterey on my signature configuration, 
a week ago and I upgraded the video card, in sierra it works without problems, 
the sierra tell metal=supported 
but in monterey after booting when the apple has to appear the monitor 
turns off and the led just flashes as if would come out of the resolution. 
The drivers are loaded see the capture in the attachment, nvdagf100hal and gk so support 
for fermi and kepler, those for nvdagf100hal are loaded but can enter the desktop only 
with nv_disable = 1. What do you advise me to do, 
this is the only video card I could afford to buy, thanks in advance.

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Edited by ovidoi

NVDAGF100Hal kext loaded -> your GT730 is a Fermi model and therefore unsupported beyond Sierra. It's very buggy to plain unusable in High Sierra and later. Tons of threads/posts on the matter, look these up. Only a Kepler GT730 is supported in 10.13 and later macOS versions. There's absolutely nothing you can do about your Fermi card except replace it. No fix, no workaround, nothing.

 

If you want to keep this card, Sierra is the last version you'll be able to run properly.

8 hours ago, Hervé said:

NVDAGF100Hal kext loaded -> your GT730 is a Fermi model and therefore unsupported beyond Sierra. It's very buggy to plain unusable in High Sierra and later. Tons of threads/posts on the matter, look these up. Only a Kepler GT730 is supported in 10.13 and later macOS versions. There's absolutely nothing you can do about your Fermi card except replace it. No fix, no workaround, nothing.

 

If you want to keep this card, Sierra is the last version you'll be able to run properly.

HI, but this is a official kext from Apple for fermi model, how it is not supported when charged if it is for this type of gpu,

and all extensions are charged the same in both Sierra and Monterey, the monitor behaves as if it is "out of range" ie it gives a higher resolution than supports or a great refresh.

Anyway, it's the beta version and there are probably still problems, when I wanted to install big sur I couldn't at all, 
but when the final version appeared I managed to install it even though I asked for advice and help and I didn't receive much,
only answers negative, I will be able to do this too. Sierra loads in 10 seconds, Monterey in 15 seconds.

 

I guess that, by charged, you meant loaded...

 

Yes, we all know that post-Sierra versions still offer a Fermi driver but that does not change the fact that you will not get your Fermi card to work properly, if at all. You don't have to believe this of course so feel free conduct your own experimentations, read what was written about Fermi cards over the last 4 years and draw your own conclusions.

 

NB: no need to quote entire messages to post replies; there is something called a Reply box at the bottom of each form page!

Sorry, i use sometimes google translate

 

At the stores that sell online in Romania, I don't say what kind of core the board has, I tried to change the order but I didn't succeed, so maybe I can do something, I can't afford to buy another one.

11 hours ago, ovidoi said:

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so maybe I can do something

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No. Either you stick to Sierra or you change your card.

 

As I said:

23 hours ago, Hervé said:

There's absolutely nothing you can do about your Fermi card except replace it. No fix, no workaround, nothing.

 

You would rapidly come to hate your Fermi card (and your Hackintosh) if you ran any post-Sierra macOS version with it; many of us have been there before you, you can take my word for it. The only nVidia cards supported beyond High Sierra are Kepler. Old Tesla remain supported in OpenGL-only mode in Mojave/Catalina with special complicated patches. But Fermi are dead beyond Sierra as are Maxwell and Pascal beyond High Sierra. Basically, and definitely since Big Sur, for nVidia cards it's Kepler or nothing.

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