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  1. I think the problem you are having is related to the fact that you need to not only install those 2 kexts but you need to also update the frameworks. Follow this link: Nvidia 550Ti Sleep / Wake / Freeze Thread - Page 83 Scroll down to where it says "This time it's final! (At least I hope)." and follow the instructions there. If you don't have the working kexts from NVIDIA you can find them in that same thread on page 80. I posted them there.. its the one that says: webDriverPayload_68z6s.pkg.zip (Link would be http://www.{censored}.com/attachments/mountain-lion-desktop-support/31842d1347931734-nvidia-550ti-sleep-wake-freeze-thread-webdriverpayload_68z6s.pkg.zip but you have to be registered there to download it. It should work... Im pretty sure, let me know if it did! By the way.. forget about NATIT or any other enabler, you shouldn't need that. Only thing I will suggest is using GraphicsEnabler=Yes in your boot loader
  2. Hi you can help me whit my zotac gtx 550 ti?

  3. ya lo resolvi, simplemente debia cambiar el modelo de Mac con el MB{censored}, gracias....

  4. Hola Martineztherock, he instalado los archivos tal como aconsejas. En about my mac, dice ser una tarjeta gt440, pero eso no es problema porque pude cambiarlo en el archivo plist dentro del paquete de Natit.

    Funciona en 1920x1080. pero no tengo ninguna aceleracion, y todos mis programas que antes corrian con mi antigua 7300 ya no lo hacen. Ej: Final Cut, Motion...

    Agradeceria cualquier ayuda...

    Gustavo.-

  5. use any of the Kext Utilities, you can download one from this site, once you have the app, drag the kexts into its icon and follow through. (kext utility)
  6. if the name of the card says gtx 440 its just the name given in the natit .plist nothing to worry about... you can change it if you want, but not while the kexts are loaded, maybe from windows or booting in safe mode without drivers.
  7. what do you have max2000? List everything from computer model to version of OS X and so on
  8. Version 1.0

    901 downloads

    Finally got a kext that did the job! For all of you who are in search of a kext that uses AppleHDA.kext and not VoodooHDA.kext here it is.. Hope it works for you as well. Got it from insanelymac after some googling.. This one comes out louder too! I did not try to load this kexts with AppleHDADisabler.kext running from the /Extra folder, so just in case and since this kexts use the AppleHDA.kext, might want to think about removing the kext just in case and if you like many other happen to have it.
  9. If you download this file, please rate it and comment on your success or failure... We can help each other out.. Thanks!
  10. Well what I did was... I downloaded this tool called acpica tools that comes in a zip a file, in that zip file is an executable called iasl.exe and all you do is open a cmd prompt and type iasl -g in that directory, and it will create a file called dsdt_SLIC-CPC.dsl or something like that. Then you load your OS X and open the file using the DSDT SE tool and Compile it... One the window that pops up with your new DSDT.aml simply drag the file (DSDT.aml) to your /Extra folder and you're done. Now I don't know if having the drivers loaded had anything to do with it loading all the correct settings for the machine, but I did noticed that once the Compile was done, the log said it made 85 Optimizations and 1 warning. Whenever I did it straight from DSDT SE I only got 70 Optimizations and 1 warning. When I restarted the computer, my audio was working perfectly with all the ports showing the right connections like front headset rear output, pink for mic and blue for line in and the front mic as well. Hope you get the picture, Im no pro either.. if you need a copy of my kexts let me know, but I don't have it like when I bought it, I added a new video card for which I uploaded the drivers in this site.
  11. Version 1.0

    126 downloads

    Here is a custom DSDT for the HP Desktop P7-1047CB bought from Costco (comes with that model number), but if you look it up in the hp site its called the P7-1047C without the B at the end I finally figured out that pulling the DSDT from Windows fully loaded with all the drivers, gave me a DSDT with 85 optimizations and finally got my ALC662 audio working! Either way, enjoy and hope it works for you as well. The DSDT patcher for OS X only gave me 70 optimizations. Im also including the AppleHDA.kext I use to get my audio working... and ALL the ports are showing, front, back and mic, line in... I don't know if removing / not using the VoodooHDA.kext will work, but I guess you can try it.. I'll try some other time cause Im tired!
  12. Natit is an enabler, and the string is not a kext is more like telling your pc what you have. Either way, ukeman says he got it working with just adding GraphicEnabler=Yes which is even better news.. I haven't tried it but since mine is working and having the EFI string doesn't affect me in any way, I'll keep it as it is. Im just telling you guys what actually worked for me, but Im really glad its working out for others. Its awesome to be able to play any game at speeds as fast or faster than when I play in Windows 7.. Like World of Warcraft.. Very Nice!
  13. If you are looking for a way to create your EFI string, you can do what I did... 1. Download OSX86Tools and open it 2. Click on Add EFI Strings / Boot Flag 3. Click on GFX Strings on the top left corner 4. Under Graphics Card: choose Custom GeForce... 5. Follow the simple wizard by entering the facts about your card (name your video card, nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti or whatever you want to name it) Choose the amount of memory in your card and finally the ports configuration you have in your card (look at it and choose). 6. Copy the Hexadecimal EFI String and paste it under in your org.chameleon.Boot.plist located in the /Extra folder. Hope this helps
  14. Check out the link of a screenshot of my desktop... http://www.eiimc.com/pictures/screenshot1.jpg
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