Intel HD 3000 & HD 4000 10.8.5 ML Driver (QE/CI) 12F37
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[NEW] Intel HD 3000 & HD 4000 10.8.5 ML Driver

How To Install & Your Need Packages:

1- Install & Boot OS X 10.8 and update 10.8.5.

2- Download & extract this files.

3- Download & install lastest chameleon from www.hackintosh.zone ( minimum chameleon 2.2 r2262+ (or newer) )

4- Download lastest kext utility from www.hackintosh.zone

5-1- Extracted kexts copy and paste to /System/Library/Extensions and click change, okay (enter password) and open kext utility.app and enter password and click okay than see enjoy and click quit button and restart.

5-2- Or Extracted kexts drag and drop to kext utility.app and enter password and click okay than see enjoy and click quit button and restart.

Important:

Working on: HD 3000 graphics on 7-series motherboards & HD 4000 on 6-series motherboards:

7-series motherboard (B75/Z75/H77/Z77) + 2nd gen Core-i "Sandy Bridge" CPU using HD 3000 graphics

6-series motherboard (H61/H67/P67/Z68) + 3rd gen Core-i "Ivy Bridge" CPU using HD 4000 graphics

" This driver only Intel HD 3000 & HD 4000 GPU Models - Lastest chameleon bootloader auto detect your gpu no need enabler."

Note 1 : Resolution & refresh rate change perfectly work and glass menubar = %100 working your Intel HD 3000 & HD 4000 card.

Note 2 : OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 (12F37)



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