I decided I would add to my arsenal of os's and try out a hackintosh. I ran into a big problem, and desperately need help.
-Dell Optiplex 330
-2 GB 664 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
-Intel Pentium Dual Core (64) 2.00 GHz, 2.00 GHz
-nVidia GeForce 210 PCIEx graphics (Integrated Intel HD graphics)
-3 monitors, all with the same result. (Toshiba HDTV, viewsonic va1930wm, HP Vs17e)
I downloaded and successfully installed Niresh's OS X 10.9 from here. Everything went smoothly until the install finished and the computer rebooted. After the reboot, I see the normal startup screen/apple logo. This is where it gets interesting, my monitor reports "No Signal" as soon as the nVidia drivers are loaded in preparation for logon. I reboot using only integrated graphics, and it works like a charm. Is there some way I can use my nVidia card with my Hackintosh?
I fixed my problem by switching to the Clover os x bootloader, from chameleon. However there are a few other problems I've been wondering about. I'm now using the nVidia GeForce 210 with QuartzGL enabled, however, I can't change the resolution (stuck at 1024x768 on a 1440x900 monitor). I also noticed that certain visual elements on the screen have a habit of flashing rapidly as they update (IE; A loading webpage). My final bug is one I've heard a lot about, my mouse will stay behind as I drag a window. Can anyone help me with these problems?
-Just a note, all of these last stated problems are present on both the nVidia and integrated graphics systems.