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  1. Solved through other channels — please disregard.
  2. For some reason, Niresh's Mavericks thinks the ANSI keyboard on my Acer Aspire 5742Z-4685 is an ISO keyboard instead, and when I try to fix it it shakes it head at me, telling me to press the relevant keys on the unidentified keyboard and not the Apple one, even though that is the one being brought into question. Any assistance, please?
  3. ASUS AMD Radeon R5 230

    Anyone?
  4. ASUS AMD Radeon R5 230

    I recently installed an ASUS AMD Radeon R5230-SL-2GD3-L in my computer, which has 2 GB of GDDR5 RAM. When I went to install Niresh's Mavericks on it, it worked fine; however, when attempting to boot to it with graphics kexts in place, it displayed either no signal (HDMI) or a 640x480 Grey Screen of Death (VGA). After running grafix backup all and rebooting, I am able to get a 1600x1200 signal, but with no graphics acceleration. Does a kext exist for this graphics card? If so, where can I find it? If not, how can I get a 1920x1080 signal with graphics acceleration out of it?
  5. Now it works, but I get a kernel panic when I try to access some websites, including YouTube, the Pirate Bay, Celtx' website, and this forum (I'm on my phone right now). What do? D:
  6. @Devonic How? OS X doesn't recognize any EDID, and the only two Windows has are for the HDMI output and one created by Parallels... I'm hooked up over VGA right now, by the way. (Also I'm moving in with my dad, so it could be a while before you hear back from me again.)
  7. So I recently managed — and with a surprisingly small amount of pain! — to install Niresh's Mavericks on my Acer Aspire X3400G (specs here; ignore the processor frequency, it's actually 3.1 GHz). However, the Dell 1390 Wi-Fi card that I have plugged in is recognized by Windows but not OS X. What am I doing wrong and what might I do to fix it?
  8. It recognizes the HDMI output as another dismay but won't display anything there.
  9. So I recently managed — and with a surprisingly small amount of pain! — to install Niresh's Mavericks on my Acer Aspire X3400G (specs here; ignore the processor frequency, it's actually 3.1 GHz). The only things that don't work properly are the Internet (for which a solution is in the mail) and my graphics card, a Sapphire Radeon HD 5570. Now, while the Radeon can hit 1920x1080 over VGA on Windows 7, on Mavericks it will only go up to 1600x1200. What am I doing wrong and how might I fix it?
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