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Screen Flickering Intel GM45

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Respected Sir,

 

I have successfully Installed Mavericks in  3.19 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Memory 4 GB 797 MHz DDR3 Intel GM45 3MB Graphics

Intel GM45:

  Chipset Model:    Intel GM45
  Type:    GPU
  Bus:    Built-In
  VRAM (Total):    3 MB
  VRAM (Dynamic, Max):    10
  Vendor:    Intel (0x8086)
  Device ID:    0x2a42
  Revision ID:    0x0007
  Kernel Extension Info:    No Kext Loaded
  Displays:
Display:
  Resolution:    1024 x 768
  Pixel Depth:    32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
  Main Display:    Yes
  Mirror:    Off
  Online:    Yes

Whenever i use browser like chrome i get screen flickering in page scrolling and whenever i use zoom it screen flicker in firefox also

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21 hours ago, himanshu rehani said:

Respected Sir,

I have successfully Installed Mavericks in  3.19 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Memory 4 GB 797 MHz DDR3 Intel GM45 3MB Graphics

Whenever i use browser like chrome i get screen flickering in page scrolling and whenever i use zoom it screen flicker in firefox also

Hi, GMA45 was supported in 32 bit os long time ago on 10.6 last that i know of.

Is it a laptop or desktop.For desktop you can go for cheap GPU cards like gt210,240 or amd 5450 etc.

For laptop its more like a dead end.It not going to work.mean its not possible to load kext for this gpu any more, as a result you cant have QE/CI 

for better you can go for VMware for osx 

 

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