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Mountain Lion HD5650 won´t work.. . :(

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Hello,

After my laptop with 10.7.3 Lion yes to sleep on clean runs, I try to install the Mountain Lion. The installation runs smoothly by U{censored}. But now listen. Once I "Chameleon 2034" install I get a black screen source or it hangs when booting. wowevent ... = 2 (1) ....

I unfortunately do not get the graphics card (5650) .. to run! When booting, it is properly recognized by OSX / Chameleon, but OSX itself .. 3 MB graphics card .. : (

Camera videos and run!

I hope you can help me :)

LG

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Now it's the same with me. Have the system set up clean again after a KP and changed files after the description. Strangely, it does not! Why? :/ I tried my EDID SMBios (6.2 + 8.1) .. no function ..:( What's going on?

EDIT: Solved ! :) In the Chameleon bootloader was the entry "PCIRootUID = 1" still in there that needs to be removed! ;)

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Can you tell us how. Maybe there are others with the same problem :)

Yes,done force edid, ati5000controller and accelator i put my dev id in them , graphics enabler and aticonfig "hoolock"

i had done all that, but i was booting from my USB that was the issue..

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