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Nvidia 8400GS Driver 1.0

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After for so many reinstallation of my Core2Duo E8400 & Nvidia 8400GS Hackintosh I finally find the solution to my problem I looked inside the iAtkos S3 v2 to find the driver of my MSI Nvidia 8400GS and I found it...

Now here's the Natit & Nvenabler PKG... Please post some reactions if you test it to your own system of Hackintosh... Good luck :D




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I post this because when I freshly install my Hackintosh iAtkos S3 v2 instantly my video card functions very very well but when I update or install apps that alters the video kext the video disables the Quartz Extreme capability but when I install the pkg above it enables the QE again... :D

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After a long time trying to get my Geforce 8400gs 512 (0x06e4) working on Snow Leopard 10.6.8 and Lion 10.7.1, I found this and tried because nothing else was working. Thanks A LOT dude... Just needed to disable GraphicsEnabler and that's it.

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You're kidding? 8400gs is probably the only card that is sure to work with anything. You probably have been using a bad bootloader. Try Chimira. Just use NV enabler. Other reason is u r using illegal distros which don't update the kernel.

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Yeah yeah fax88 is right; there were two version for 8400GS one is 512MB DDR2 and the other one is 512MB DDR3, DDR2 is working with anything just use GraphicsEnabler=yes no next need it out of the box...

But for DDR3 version (10c3) it is new and not include in the applekext, but it easy just add in there the ID and just put EFi String (device properties) on your boot.plist.....

That all....no next is need for 8400GS......as it work with apple's next...

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mine is working without natit. and fully working .even without any name "Unknown Nvidia Card" only add NVEnabler64.kext into /S/L/E

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Thanx angkung! For days I've been struggling, didn't understand why my 8400GS didn't work while everybody sais it's functioning oob. DDR3! But sorry, which EFI string do we put on the boot.plist?

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Not so easy, noooooh. My 8400 is not working at all with any distro from Chimera. I've tryed almost everything and without injection it's impossible to get a good resolution.

I used to think that 8400 was the easy way to get video but the new 512mb doesn't work as fine as the old 256mb.

So, yes. I keep serching for a working kext....

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well this worked great..i just installed nvenabler.pkg and my nvidia geforce 8400gs 512 mb started working on 10.6.3 iatkos v2 dvd my mb gigabyte g41combo

but ps2 mouse keboard only works when i boot with iatkos v2 10.6.3 dvd......

can anybody help

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I have installed mac lion on my intel pc. my systum configuration is processer i7 2600 3.4 gh,,,,graphic card nvidia-8400gs 1 gb......motherboard intel......ram DDR3 4 gb............................but my graphic card doesn't work. what to do plz help........

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I have a this card and every time I boot up with it it gets to nvenabler on "-v" the it immediately shuts down and restarts? Any fix?:)

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hello to everyone!

excuse install this driver, but my card does not even recognize me screen 2.

someone could help me, I need to stay at 64 bits q THANKS

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