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Geforce 750 Ti driver - Palit passive one

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i have installed 10.10, i was hang at bluetoothcontroller message during boot, nv_disable=1 make it boot, 

but system is very lagy and resolution 1280x1024 stretched to 1920x1200.


 When i trying to install any nvidia web driver I'm everytime got message computer is not supported. In system info i have this info about video card:


Palit GeForce GTX 750 Ti:


  Chipset Model: Palit GeForce GTX 750 Ti

  Type: GPU

  Bus: PCIe

  Slot: Slot-1

  PCIe Lane Width: x8

  VRAM (Total): 2989 MB

  Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de)

  Device ID: 0x1380

  Revision ID: 0x00a2

  ROM Revision:



  Resolution: 1280 x 1024

  Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)

  Main Display: Yes

  Mirror: Off

  Online: Yes

What i should do next?
 I need in kernel dev mode, or mark my machine like Mac Pro or what?

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Fixed by extracted web driver package and change script - to force detection of GPU and repackage it and install. This info should be added to guides!


Also chameleon wizzard for but parameters setup helped me soo much.

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Hey ! :D


I tried many solutions but I didn't find it.

So, could you make a quick tutorial for this ? Beacause it's very frustrating to seek and found nothing.


Thanks :)

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Filename of driver package in script below will vary i used 340 f1 for 10.10.


To everyone trying to install with a system definition not on a Mac Pro:

    Copy the latest webdriver package to your desktop
    Use the terminal commands to expand the .pkg into a folder called WebDriver (do not make the folder yourself - terminal will sort that for you)
    Make the required edit
    Repackage and install

Open terminal and type:
pkgutil --expand ~/Desktop/WebDriver-334.01.01f01.pkg ~/Desktop/WebDriver

Open up your newly created folder 'WebDriver' on your desktop and search for the distrubtion file, edit with TextWrangler/Text Edit and change var found_hardware = 0 to:
var found_hardware = 1

Now that we have made the edit, need to repackage the installer. Remove the original .pkg from your desktop and type:
pkgutil --flatten ~/Desktop/WebDriver ~/Desktop/WebDriver-334.01.01f01.pkg



Install, for boot you may need also additional kernel flags - use chameleon wizzard and nv_disable=1 boot flag if boot hang up and fix it and try reboot once more.

Edited by ruthan666

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Same driver working even for Geforce 660 and is possible to upgrade to f3 driver.

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