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[Solved] Quadro 2000 nVidia card detected but problems with resolution and glitches

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nVidia card detected but problems with resolution and glitches

sup

Finally I got Hackintosh working dunno how actually :rofl: I tried several copies and distros I even tried Mavericks thinking downgrading would solve some problems. anyways desperately tried Niresh Sierra the result got my soul back to my body :party:

I got everything working I'm posting actually from my hac right now .. :D 

though nVidia card is detected and recognized but still resolution stuck in 1280x1024, my screen resolution is 1920x1080.

http://i64.tinypic.com/2ujjx2b.jpg

http://i64.tinypic.com/33lnw3k.jpg

Also There is Graphics glitches everywhere like the driver is never installed, you gonna see and totally understand from the photos..

http://i65.tinypic.com/2ldho2u.jpg

http://i64.tinypic.com/znlfnc.jpg

 

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Use kext wizard to install all the kexts in Graphics-Kexts folder, then 

Install nvidia web driver and reboot, i think the Clover config file will be located for you in /EFI directory as you haven't customized bootloader.

@Biskrem Let me know if it works...

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Let me ask you one question before answering this question @Biskrem did you unselect backup graphics extensions while customizing Sierra Zone installer?

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@Niresh

no i didn't i just unchecked laptop kexts and checked GraphicsEnabler=Yes

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Ok open terminal run the following command

sudo grafix replace all

Install nvidia web driver and reboot, i think the Clover config file will be located for you in /EFI directory as you haven't customized bootloader

Let me know if it work @Biskrem

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@Niresh

Well, this is weird. I typed in the command but "grafix" :

sudo: grafix: command not found.:wacko:

 

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Do you have any graphics kexts in /Backup folder

If yes list them

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@Niresh

Yes, I do have 3 folders: Graphics-Kexts, Kexts and ReplacedFiles

the "Graphics-Kexts" Folder have 3 sub folders: ATI, Intel and nVidia

as for nVidia it has: 9 .kexts files

 

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@Niresh

Thanks Dude, I worked Everything is clear and pretty ,, wow :rofl::party::party:

just need one more tip though, I mounted My other HDD and its on NTFS format how can I write into them.

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