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help me with GTX 460
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i have Gtx 460 when run Final Cut pro x the screen become colour and no show any video And when save photo i see colour green or any colour

i install cuds driver

all my video and screen show 100% colour but final cut problem   

see my screen shot ??

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Problem came after CUDA kext or was before ?

I think before install cuda ,, pleas help me

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Problem came after CUDA kext or was before ?

I think before install cuda ,, pleas help me

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Problem came after CUDA kext or was before ?

I think before install cuda ,, pleas help me

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Problem came after CUDA kext or was before ?

I think before install cuda ,, pleas help me

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Remove all nVidia (backup) kext and reboot with -x GraphicsEnabler=No flag.

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Why dont goto guide section and see there? Writing same instructions not possible again and again.

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@hayatey_m He was reffering to the guide here that shows how to remove unnecessary kexts, in this case Nvidia kexts.

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ok thank you all 

 

i remove all nvidia kext And restart 

but when run Final Cut get ( Graphics configuration not supported ) 

what the best kext supported my vga 100% without broblem ? 

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Replaced and not work get white text on apple logo and freeze ?

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Didn't get why did you download this mach and broke your OSX. I had said only to remove nVidia. As your final cut threw error (that was fine), you had to check kext relating your graphic card one by one.

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@ Exactly what i was about to ask. 

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