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Have a prob with nvidia 710 graphics card in Dell optiplex 7010 mavericks hackintosh

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Varunika

I have a dell optiplex 7010 motherboard 

It's i5 3rd gen 

16gb ram

I have a gigabyte Nvidia 710 2gb  graphics card

This graphics card isn't working with mavericks version but, only sierra. 

I need mavericks cuz I can't use any other version for my audio software. 

A friend of mine has the same model graphics card, same dell 7010 and everything is same as mine, but only it's Radeon brand 710 2gb graphics card. And it's working perfectly in hackintosh 

Why doesn't mine work? Can it be because of the brand? If not, what might be the reason? 

Also, I'm desperate to know a solution to make it work or an alternative graphics card that I could buy that's not too expensive. 

Pls help. 

 

 

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Varunika

Sorry. My friend's graphics card is zotac 710 2gb 

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Hackintosh

@Varunika Hi, Mavericks requires Nvidia web driver for your GT 710 to work

The following installer will auto install required version. You might want to use the boot-flag nvda_drv=1

 

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Hackintosh

@Varunika You must understand Radeon is part of ATI which was later owned by AMD, but nvidia is a different company which uses its own different graphics chipset. I have never known Radeon released a 710 Model, it could be 7100, Please double check.

What is the name of the audio software that you want to use?

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Varunika

SSorry. My friend's graphics card is zotac 710 2gb  not Radeon.  And the audio software is pro tools. 

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Hackintosh

@Varunika From some forum research i found for most OS GT 710 does not need any additional drivers, while installing you must un-check backup graphics extensions, if you have not done that, open terminal and run the following command

 

sudo grafix replace all

Then reboot with GraphicsEnabler=Yes boot-flag.

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Varunika

I'll try and I'll let u know 

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