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  1. Slow Video on GTX 550 ti and Noisy Audio

    Just an update: I've tried to install CUDA drivers for my Gtx550Ti and it changed a lot the graphics. Here is the download link: http://www.nvidia.com/object/mac-driver-archive.html PS: note that you need to open the terminal after you install any kexts and rebuild the caches. To do that just open terminal and type: sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel sudo kextcache -system-caches After that you need to reboot.
  2. Thanks for the replies I actually used win32diskimager as suggested and it worked perfectly. Thank you
  3. Permanent reboot after install

    Hello, I didn't understand one thing. Is your computer restarting after it loads Mavericks and get to the OS screen? Or it's just not loading Mavericks at all?
  4. Slow Video on GTX 550 ti and Noisy Audio

    Would you mind going to your video options and take a print screen? Also would be good to have a print of the nvidia driver version as well. Thanks. About the Audio Noise you're getting. I actually solved that on my computer. Open System Preferences Click on VoodooHDA On this panel search for => Input Gain Move the bar to your left, turning off the Input Gain. Open any music file and check. Hope it works.
  5. Slow Video on GTX 550 ti and Noisy Audio

    I've installed Niresh's Mavericks 10.9 and I got Audio working as well. There is a noise on the background as Anderson Souza mentioned but I'm pretty sure that has something to do with the db levels. On Windows if you go to the Audio x webcam and that could be the cause of the noise. Or, it's just a matter of finding the right kext to susbstitute the HDAvoodoo. Which I still didn't do. My video card is also a GTX550Ti and I've downloaded a kext for webgraphics. The system already recognized my video card after the installation was done but still haven't tested with games or softwares. PS: try reinstalling Niresh's and choose to customize before installing on your Hard Drive. Search for this on the driver's list: Mac Pro 3.1 Mac Pro 4.1 Mac Pro 5.1 I've assigned mine with Mac Pro 4.1 The Machine I've installed Niresh's is an old computer I have. Processor: AMD FX6300 Mobo: Gigabyte GA-78LMT-S2 rev 1.0 Video: Nvidia Gtx550Ti Ram: 8gb 1333mhz.
  6. Hello, I'm totally new on the forum, but before I had a little experience with Mac OSX Snow Leopard on my PC. I know that things changed a little bit but I'm having trouble to create the bootable pendrive. I've read the tutorials, searched for videos but it seems that everything is done through the Mac OS. I'd be glad if anyone could explain a way of doing it on windows 7 that works because I don't have any Mac at home and I wanted to experience the Maverick. Maybe someone could even clone a bootable pendrive and upload for us to download. I don't know if it would work but it's a thought. Maybe it would be possible of doing it through Acronis True Image. Thank you. Processor: AMD FX6300 Mobo: Gigabyte GA-78LMT-S2 Video Card: Nvidia GTX550Ti