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is there any way to enable this? my system says display 3mb. this is on a gateway nv73

Thank you for any help

 

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You have 3mb in graphics because you need the kexts for your videocard.did you search for them? Or you got them ? Or need them ?

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I searched for them. No luck on finding them so yes I need them. If you could send or post I would greatly appreciate it! Also the keyboard and trackpad do not work once I get into mavericks. Works on the boot screen then nothing when I get in. If you could point me in the right direction on that it  would be great. Thank you for the reply.

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Ok il search for the kexts and about the keyboard have you try connecting it to a USB 3.0 port or different ports?

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Thank You KhatPhat! I hope you can find something I had no luck. As for the keyboard and mouse, I should of clarified more. The keyboard and trackpad that do not work are the ones built into the laptop. If I plug a keyboard and mouse into the usb ports they do work. I was hoping I could get the built in ones to work. Other than that everything seems to be working ok. I just cant shut it down have to manually hit the power button.

Thank you again!

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Ok il search for the kexts and about the keyboard have you try connecting it to a USB 3.0 port or different ports?

yeah I hope people here can help us, I have ati radeon 4250, and which belongs to the 4200 series, and I have no acceleration in the graphic card, which gives 4mb, so like someone here who can help us to make kext works in 10.8.5 or 10.9 oz. thanks

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Hello,

 

I need a kext for this too! It is unbearable how it works. It's slowing down the whole system!

 

my specs:

 

Lenovo G555 Laptop

 

Processor: AMD Athlon II M320@2.1 Ghz

Ram: 4 GB single slot installed

Video: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200

Audio: Conexant Audio

WI-Fi: Atheros (not working)

Ethernet: Broadcom (working)

 

All is ok excepting video and wifi. Please help me or if someone can put a set of instructions or guide in how to fix this it would be excellent. My lunch pad has an orange look.

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