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  1. I have iAtkos L2, Lion, running on this PC and the graphic card works perfectly, but yesterday I install Mavericks with U{censored} and the graphic card doesn't work more Searching on the internet I discovered this card only works with 32 bits mode, and Mavericks is a only 64 bits mode system. Mavericks detect my graphic card, but don't "enable" it. I can't change resolution, transparency and some other things doesn't work too. ? My question: Can I fix it? Or is best I buy a new graphic card?? I was thinking in a Geforce GT 210 1GB... ? Sorry for my bad english. ? Thanks!
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