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HD7750 how to enable/install drivers without DSDT file?
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Hi, I have a problem with mygraphic in niresh mavericks.Only 3mb of graphics memory and blinking safari and other windows.I cant find my DSDT file so maybe I just dont have it.Can I enable full aceleration of my graphics without dsdt file?I cant use the GraphicsEnabler=Yes because it show me only white grey screen after mac loading logo.And my Mac freezing after boot but I fixed it with Boot ignore cache in chameleon.Please help.

My pc:

Asus P8H61M-LE Rev3.0

Intel Core i3 2100

Sapphire AMD HD7750 OC

4gb ram

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It may be helpfull if you would tell us witch grapics you have. There is a kext for your graphics in the downloads section. Under graphics>Ati

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So if in the description of the most drivers in ati section is "DSDT Injection" I don't need the dsdt file?Just install AMD accelerator and amd controller kexts?

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lol, download macasl and click on new->DSDT from ACPI voilla there is your DSDT

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Yeah already done with dsdtse but when I try to edit it with dsdt edit and add lines for my graphic card I cant save it or compile it.

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I tried almost all drivers from niresh page...not works.Even this what you posted.

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So I downloaded the AMDsupport.kext and enabled 1080p mode and I have now 7Mb of graphics memory.

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Fixed.The problem is my second VGA monitor.I have to unplug it because my primary screen shows only white screen and the second one black screen.

 

Is there a boot flag or something to boot only with my primary HDMI monitor or I have to unplug my second VGA monitor every time I want to boot Mac OS?

 

Or Is there a way to activate the second monitor?

 

Thanks.

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