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Alan Paschoal

All fine, but monitor res. Need Hackintosher pro :D

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Hey Guys!

 

I own a Alienware M14x R1. (Sometimes I need MacOS to work...)

 

It´s a i7 Ivy Bridg with HD 3000 and Nvidia GT555M.

 

The install went well with bootflags:

Ivy - x -v

 

Fast like hell in using my primary SSD in a 30gb partition MBR. (Hell of a job Niresh and team!)

 

Sound, ok with voodo dirives.

Ethernet, ok

Usbs, ok (not sure 3.0)

 

Wifi, Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 =  No success.

 

BUT the main issue is the video: it is stuck in a weird resolution, not the monitor primary 1600x900.

Actually Unusable.

 

I've tried installing HD3000 and HD4000 drivers for Mavericks

Changing res on chamelion.list inside the EXTRA folder.

 

none workded.

 

Any ideias what to try next? Maybe re-installing as MacMini 5.1 ?

Any know DSDT ?

 

Thanks!

Best Regards,

 

Alan

 

 

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Finder->Go->Go To Folder-> /Extra 

Open org.Chameleon.Boot.plist

add

<key>Graphics Mode</key>
<string>1600x900</string>

 

I hope it will help, helped me on laptop :D 

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Same problem, also I had first after install weird resolution and colors, and then after installing some Intel HD 3000 drivers, I'm stuck at resolution 1024x768 any solution?

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I have a HP Probook 6560b and I installed it couple of times and with the HP Installer tool everything worked but then I had graphic glitches so I reinstalled it without the HP Installer so only with kexts of Intel drivers, but stuck at 1024x768 resolution, Now i'm back with Windows but if there is a solution maybe I will try again

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can anyone tell me how to set the video ram. I have a HP Pavilion 23-b017c yet it insist on giving me only 7MB of VRAM. because of it everything's slow. yes it is an AMD-A4-5300 but just tell me how to set the VRAM and ill be out of your hair

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