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[FULLY Working] ATI 5450, 5470 etc.. LION 1.0

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This will solve Ati, Ati Mobility 5450, 5470 etc.. Full QE/CI support..

requires: OSX Lion 10.7.3, 10.7.4..

my bootloader: Chameleon r2000 .html"]http://www.osx86.net/view/2848-chameleon_r2000_-_mountain_lion_[updated].html

Install:

1 : remove all ATI related kexts from System/Library/Extensions

2 : unzip and copy all the kext to your desktop

3 : install kexts with Kext Utility or Kext Wizard

4 : set GraphicsEnabler=Yes in org.chameleon.Boot.plist

5 : repair permissions

6 : enjoy (boot with AtiConfig=Shrike or other..)

Use:

Boot with:

AtiConfig=Shrike for VGA, HDMI for some pc..

AtiConfig=Eulemur for LVDS (internal display) for some pc..

AtiConfig=Hoolock for VGA, LVDS mirror for some pc..

If you get striped screen (etc: in Hoolock), connect your computer to VGA, and will work.. Iif you want LVDS and you get striped screen, switch res, and will work.. (VNC, or VGA) you must use SwitchResX (OR another personality, OR EDID, inject!!!)

If not work but you want LVDS (internal display), try AtiConfig other personalitys.. :encouragement:

My desktop (LVDS): http://oi49.tinypic.com/2uif8fs.jpg

Dashboard splash effect: http://oi45.tinypic.com/34tbqlw.jpg

DVD Player: http://oi49.tinypic.com/148lugy.jpg

In Mountain Lion (Offical ML kexts!!) or graphics wont work, don't delete all ATI kext (backup them)! add your dev id to info.plist under IOPCIMatch

to the ATi5000controller.kext and AMDRadeonAccelerator.kext...

My hackintosh project: http://code.google.com/p/k52jr-hackintosh/downloads/list

Good Luck! :victorious:

READ COMMENTS, you can find many useful informations..

If you stuck at, DSMOS has arrived, or no graphics..

Boot with: GraphicsEnabler=No , and edit kexts..




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these kext full work in lion 10.7.2.

In Lion 10.7.4 and mountain lion 10.8 DP3 don't work QE/CI..... :(

I've a ATI ASUS 5450 1gb. Help me :(

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Connect your computer to VGA, and boot with AtiConfig=Shrike .. It will work..

If you want to internal display, connect VGA, boot with AtiConfig=Hoolock .Switch your resolution about 1280x768.. Do an EDID inject.. Reboot, after your LVDS show up in QE/CI .. Download SwitchResX create a new resulution, install. Reboot, enjoy..

http://code.google.com/p/k52jr-hackintosh/ This is my hackintosh project.. Theres: EDID file, switchresx etc..

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I connect my computer to vga

- set GraphicsEnabler=yes

- removed all ATI kext

- installed kexts with kext helper b7

- repaired permission

- boot with AtiConfig: Shrike

Lion 10.7.4 Full work perfectly! but mountain lion work without QE/CI :( and these kext in mountain lion give me some problem with audio card, I can't select "green rear"...look at this: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/94/senzatitoloz.png/

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If mountain lion not work correctly, use the lastest "QE_CI Exotic patch"..

This video kext, can't worse any AppleHDA or VoodooHDA kext.. If sound don't work correctly, use mine, or change mine IOPCIClassMatch.. ;)

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mmm...I remember that QE_CI exotic work with ATI 48xx.....However, I have installed QE_CI exotic patch, but it doesn't work :( other solutions?

PS Tank you so much *___*

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It full work on 10.7.4. It's fantastic!

Resolutions work in Mountain Lion, but QE/CI don't work :(

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how i can swhitch LVDS to HDMI during OSX LION 10.7.4 is running???

You can use the display by entering the appropriate LVDS and HDMI cable to make a switch??

when I do this:

departure LVDS enabling hoolock

I edit BOOT.INI with "Shrike" connecting the HDMI cable and reboot the system works if you pull out the HDMI cable but the laptop screen is black.

practically every time I change the BOOT.INI

Do you have any idea??

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? possibile utilizzare il display LVDS e all'occorrenza inserendo il cavo HDMI effetturare uno switch???

al momento devo fare questo:

partenza in LVDS abilitando Hoolock

modifico il BOOT.INI inserendo "Shrike" riavvio collegando il cavo HDMI e il sistema funziona in HDMI se estraggo il cavo per? sul notebook lo schermo rimane nero.

in pratica ogni volta dovrei modificare il BOOT.INI

Avete qualche idea???

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ciao installato tutto ? funziona tutto molto bene solo che funziona l'hdmi e il vga, per quando riguarda lo schermo del portatile non ne vuol sapere qualche aiuto?

Hi guys,

thats all right but don't see anything image on display pc, start alone on hdmi and via (external port)

Ty in advance

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@galioto: Hi! http://code.google.com/p/k52jr-hackintosh/ Download this.. S_L_E/Graphics/LVDS.. Theres the files.. Boot with Eulemur, or Hoolock, if you want LVDS.. If striped laptop screen, but HDMI or vga works.. That's good :) Switch resolution, EDID inject, SwitchResX, reboot without external cable, works :D

@andro17: I upload soon a ML QE_CI patch.. :) Be patient..

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I can't get this to work at all on my HP dv7 4087. The ATI card is properly detected by Chameleon, but there is no QE/CI in OS X and System Information doesn't pick up the card.

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@ Dj400: I LOVE YOU!

@TheRacerMaster: Lion or Mountain Lion?

@grpuffo e galioto: potreste spiegarmi cosa intendete con LVDS? che schermi sono e come li collegate??

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wow...cio? in parole povere la nostra ATI 5450 ? in grado di far funzionare un normale pc su qualsiasi schermo LCD dei portatili?! chiedo scusa per l'off topic!

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I don't delete any original ati kext, and I have used original ones. I try to edit ORIGINAL ATi5000controller and ATIradeonx3000 kexts, I try to use flag -x, but Mountain Lion doesn't start.

When I delete all original kexts and install your kexts Mountain Lion work resolutions, but QE/CI doesn't works :(

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SOLVED! I before installed from an other disk (start the sistem with Lion), instead I solved editing ORIGINAL ATI5000CONTROLLER KEXT directly from Mountain Lion using integrated VGA! Now my ati 5450 1gb work perfectly! Thank you so much Dj400 :)

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I LOVE YOU!!!

Running on Acer 3820TG with HD5470(512mb), full resolution and of course QE/CI!

Fresh installed Lion (from USB created with U{censored}), used Mutlibeast to install EasyBeast (only, no extensions) and for some ps2 driver etc.

Then updated the "boot" file with the boot file from Chameleon r2000 Bootloader, followed your tutorial.

Configured VNC, fist boot with AtiConfig=Shrink and VNC-screen sharing from second PC.

Used EDID-Injection, reboot -> WORKS PERFECT with Shrink; THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!

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DJ400 - You are the man.

Tried many other 5000 series kexts, but this one was the only one to enable full QE/CI for 68F9 on 10.7.1.

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