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  1. Version 10_9_0

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    Version 10.9.0 Ladies and Gentlemen ... Finally the ati 5550 works on hackintosh! :cool: ASUS radeon 5550 chipset .. Tested on ASUS EAH 5550 Silent Full acceleration and resolution .. (on my system: double monitor desktop!) DVI : WORKING HDMI :WORKING AUDIO ON HDMI : NOT TESTED 2 files: AMD5000Controller.kext & AMDRadeonX3000.kext to install via kext utilities (/System/Library/Extensions). GraphicsEnabler=NO Ati config =NO ( but... try yourself)
  2. i have got an asus n53sm with full HD 15.6 monitor, intel i7 2670QM, 16gb RAM (4x4GB), intel 3000HD+nvidia 630GT (2GB DDR3) 204bios version and samsung 830 256GB SSD. I have tried many relases (iAtkos L1, L2, U{censored}, N{censored}, iDeneb, etc) but i can't boot OS X, in the case of iAtkos L2 i can't boot the dvd for start the installation, with other releases i can install lion but can't boot it, with N{censored} version i can boot lion but when i install kext for the intel 3000HD or the DSDT OS X can't boot anymore, all other hardware works! i want OS X with the hardware acceleration of the intel 3000HD if you can tell me how i can obtain it that would be grateful. But with your new Mountain Lion release both the video cards should work (like in the new macbook pro) or not?
  3. Hi just to share experience, I've been struggling to get my gtx560 (non ti) working with SL 10.6.8 i'm neither a gaming guy nor a video one, so I only wanted full res and dual monitor. I got it using chimera 1.8 (correct detection of the board at boot) and nvdagf100hal.kext and nvdaresman.kext from nvidia 270 driver (I guess it's Lion's set of drivers too). like lion users I had to remove geforce's kexts and plugins. But I kept Graphics enabler = yes and graphic mode set to nothing in boot.plist I also use a patched dsdt with my graphics correct irq. And most of all, I modded info.plist in both kexts (nvdagf100 and resman) with the following : <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key> <string> 0x120110de&0xffc0ffff 0x120110de&0xffe0ffff </string> not being sure whether 0xffc0ffff or 0xffe0ffff was the right address for my board. I also removed other IOPCI lines from the info.plist I guess the trick would work with any gtx 5xx, assuming you use the correct id for your board (google it...) 1201 is for 560 10de for nvidia : 0x120110de I also lost lot of time when I modded the kexts from within windows : in some way it altered the file encoding and the kexts were not usable by osx, so 10.6.8 wouldn't boot, would kp or just have basic graphics. In the end , I have dual 1920x1080 monitors working under 10.6.8. i'm not sure whether chimera and dsdt are necessary, but since it works, I didn't mess with them ! How it helps...
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