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Help with HD3000 on mountain lion



I can't install HD3000 on my system, Everything works fine (audio, Network, sleep) but graphic card still working as 64mb of graphics shared memory!!! my setup is:

mobo GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3 rev 1.0 UEFI bios U1b

BIOS Settings - Set "Internal Graphics Memory Size" to 480MB

I5 2500k

HD3000 graphics

First I install moutain lion with U{censored} method. Then I installed MB{censored} 5.1.3 with:




FakeSMC Plugins -> Motherboard Plugins, HWMonitor Application


Chimera v1.11.1


System Definitions

Mac mini

GraphicsEnabler=yes don´t boot. hangs system

GraphicsEnabler=no boot, but don´t recognize graphic card

What can be happening?

Please help!

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Thanks Delgadilloalex, now i have full resolution HD3000, but without QE/CI.

Mac recognized HD3000 as 512mb VRAM instead of just 384mb configured in bios. Now I'm working with 1366x768 resolution, dvd player works, Diablo III works with full resolution, but I don't have desktop's icons animated.

Anyone got similar issues?

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