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  1. I installed the El Capitan on a Dell N5010 with Clover. The problem is that I have a low resolution (also runs very laggy) and the video memory shows only 3mb. Some says that with Clover bootloader you can achieve QE/CI on the Mobility Radeon by setting "LoadVBios=Yes" but seems that didn't do trick. Is there anyway to fix this problem ? Card Name : ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 (1 GB RAM)
  2. This guide applies to LoRes WXGA (1280x800) and possibly HiRes WXUGA (1920x1200) models. The HiRes model was not tested. This guide was made with ML 10.8(.0) with subsequent update to ML 10.8.3. Contributions/confirmations/issues are welcome on that matter. The bootpack was made out of the D630 nVidia ML bootpack where the DSDT table was just replaced by the table from D830 GMA X3100 Lion bootpack (LoRes). If you have a HiRes model, just replace the DSDT with HiRes version to try it out. Extra_D830_LoRes_ML.zip This guide assumes you're using a blank HDD, partition
  3. This guide applies to LoRes WXGA (1280x800) and HiRes WXGA+ (1440x900) models. This guide was made with installation of ML 10.8(.0) + subsequent update to ML 10.8.3. Contributions/confirmations/issues are welcome on that matter. The bootpacks were made out of the D630 nVidia ML bootpack where the DSDT table was just replaced by the table from D630 GMA X3100 Lion bootpacks (LoRes or HiRes). Extra_D630_LoRes_ML.zip Extra_D630_HiRes_ML.zip This guide assumes you're using a blank HDD, partitioned and formated GUID. No tests done on MBR partitioned HDD, so don't ask abo
  4. This guide applies to Core2Duo D620 nVidia models. This guide was made with installation of ML 10.8(.0) + subsequent update to ML 10.8.3. Contributions/confirmations/issues are welcome on that matter. The bootpack was made out of the D630 nVidia ML bootpack where the DSDT table was replaced by the table from the D620 nVidia Lion bootpack, appropriate kexts removed and/or added and plists replaced. Extra D620n ML.zip This guide assumes you're using a blank HDD, partitioned and formated GUID. No tests done on MBR partitioned HDD, so don't ask about it, try it for yourself and report
  5. This guide applies to Core2Duo LoRes WXGA (1280x800) and HiRes WXGA+ (1440x900) models. This guide was made with installation of ML 10.8(.0) + subsequent update to ML 10.8.3. Contributions/confirmations/issues are welcome on that matter. The bootpacks were made out of the D630 nVidia ML bootpack where the DSDT table was replaced by the table from D620 GMA950 Lion bootpacks (LoRes or HiRes), appropriate kexts removed and/or added and plists replaced. Extra_D620i_LoRes_ML.zip Extra_D620i_HiRes_ML.zip This guide assumes you're using a blank HDD, partitioned and format
  6. I take no credit for this guide. Hervé and the folks at MacRumors did all the heavy lifting. All I did was do some testing and tweaking to get all their hard work and research working on the Dell Latitude D530. What follows is a result of everyone's efforts... This guide applies to the D530 1400x1050 models. This guide was made with purchased copy of ML 10.8.0. It was not tested with purchased copies of ML 10.8.1, 10.8.2 or 10.8.3. Contributions/confirmations/issues are welcome on that matter. The attached bootpack was made out of the D630 nVidia ML bootpack and the DSDT
  7. This guide applies to the Core2Duo D430 models. This guide was made with installation of ML 10.8.0 + subsequent update to ML 10.8.3. Contributions/confirmations/issues are welcome on that matter. The bootpack was made out of the D630 nVidia ML bootpack where the DSDT table was replaced by the table from D430 Dual Core Lion bootpack, appropriate kexts removed and/or added and Chameleon plists replaced. EDIT - 20Aug 2014: ------------------------- Bootpack edited following report of missing Broadcom LAN kext. Pack is now fully loaded with all necessary kexts, modules
  8. Hello , I have a HD4000 and Radeon 7670m on my Samsung Laptop. I would like to activate the hd4000. I add a Chameleon IntelCapriFB=4 and the HD4000 is activated whith 1024mo VRAM and kext loaded (AppleIntelFrameBufferCapri) but no QE/CI . In addition the kexts : IntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext and ApplGraphicsPowerManagement.kext are not load Thanks in advance !! Laptop : NP350E7C-S07FR 6 GO RAM HD4000 and Radeon 7670m OSx 10.9 : Bootloader Chameleon v2.2svn r2286 SMBIOS : MacBookPro 9.1
  9. Dear all experts, For several weeks now I’ve been trying to setup a Samsung NP900X4D-A01ES with dual boot Win7 and ML 10.8.5. I started as a total newbie, with no previous programming backgroung, and I have learnt a lot through the many posts I have read. Finally I managed to install and run ML 10.8.5 with reasonable success. I got wifi working (I bought an USB realtek wifi dongle) BUT no QE/CI support for the HD4000, no power management, no processor optimization, no Fn keys, no sleep/hibernate, no battery indicator, etc….. I soon realized the importance of optimising my system and
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