Dave Burton

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  1. I tried what you said; Type in terminal: kextstat | grep ATI and once kextstat | grep ATI Nothing happens. It just keeps going back to the command prompt. I downloaded and installed the files for my card from the 'Downloads' section from here. But no difference. When I go to System Information utility and Graphics/Display, this is what it tells me: Display: Type: GPU Bus: PCIe PCIe Lane Width: x16 VRAM (Total): 7 MB Vendor: ATI (0x1002) Device ID: 0x683d Revision ID: 0x0000 Kernel Extension Info: No Kext Loaded Displays: Display: Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888) Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes My card has 1024 MB not 7 MB
  2. EFIStudio doesn't have my video card in the list. I figured out from searching the net that the vender and product ID's are 683D 1002. It's a Radeon HD 7770 1024Mb card.
  3. Any idea how I could fully enable QE/CE? I'm new to Mac and Hackintosh so I'm learning as I go. I'v found a few things on the web that said I need to edit something and add the vender id and product id. I found those id's but not sure what to do with them now. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. Use boot flag: amdfx -v
  5. Niresh Mountain Lion 10.8.5
  6. ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Mobo AMD FX 8320 8-Core Black Edition 3.5GHz Processor Radeon HD 7770 Core Edition Graphics 32Gb DDR3 Ram Everything seems to be working fine except for the fact that my graphics card is running like it 15 years old. Desktop and normal programs work but I can't watch youtube or any other web pages that use flash, even switching to the launch pad or mission control is slow and laggy. Almost like I don't have any video ram.
  7. I don't need DSDT for my hardware, but I am having some problems with my graphics. I read somewhere that I just need to set something up in DSDT to fix it. I'm just wondering if I can use DSDT even though my hardware doesn't require it.
  8. It might be the way you monitor is connected. Make sure your using DVI instead of HDMI.
  9. Yeah unfortunately, I only have the cooling system that came with the processor. Mountain Lion ran fine though. I was hoping there was a certain setting I could use to get past this. If not I'll just go back to 10.8.5.
  10. Here is my situation. I've spent the most part of the last three days playing with OS X 10.8.5. After a lot of frustration and multiple re-installs, I got it all working, a little laggy on the graphics, but working. Since I got thing figured out I decided to try Mavericks. I got it to work with my system, except, when I boot after installing, I get half way through the setup and my computer shuts down because the CPU overheats. I didn't have any problems like this with 10.8.5. Is there something I can do or setup differently to get this working? My setup: ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Mobo AMD FX 8320 8-Core Black Edition 3.5GHz Processor Radeon HD 7770 Core Edition Graphics 32Gb DDR3 Ram