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Asus X55C I53210M Hd 4000

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Hi guys, i'm new on the forum, but not knew to Hackintosh.

From a long time i'm searching to get my HD 4000 working with full acceleration, but from almost a year i'm not been able to solve this damned problem.

I'm on Niresh 10.8.5, everything works except from my HD 4000.

Can someone help me with this, what kernel to use, what bootloader to use, what flag to select, if i've to use GraphicsEnabler=Yes or NO....please, i'm desperate

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your system specification..and which Port are you using to connect through Monitor...

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My specifications are in signature....For HD 4000 port, i don't know what port it use, cause i'm on a notebook, internal display i think.

My intel HD 4000 has the following ID's:

Intel (0x8086)

ID disp. 0x0166

ID rev. 0x0009

I'm on Niresh 10.8.5, everything works fine, but i miss QE/CI only

Thanks for the help

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Could anyone help or not???Please....

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