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    Default quartz extreme not supported

    hello guys & gals....i tink my graphic card working it seems (half way) but not with quartz extreme on "nvidia geforce 8400 gs 512mb pci-e" here http://img513.imageshack.us/img513/346/nvdia.jpg

    is there any way to solve or fix or enable quartz extreme with full resolution working.



    thank u...
    Board: Intel dg41rq motherboard., Processor: Intel core2duo with 2.93 ghz., Ram: 1GB RAM (ddr2).Graphic card: NVIDIA msi nx 8400 gs 512mb pci-e.,
    Ethernet: Realtek RTl8168D(P)8111D(P) PCI-E.,
    Display: LG 17 inch CRT monitor., HD:SATA 250 gb(internel)., OS:windows xp sp3 on primary partition., iatkos v7 10.5.7 on secondary partition.



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    Quote Originally Posted by vfxpro View Post
    hello guys & gals....i tink my graphic card working it seems (half way) but not with quartz extreme on "nvidia geforce 8400 gs 512mb pci-e" here http://img513.imageshack.us/img513/346/nvdia.jpg

    is there any way to solve or fix or enable quartz extreme with full resolution working.



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    I noticed that your Core Image is at "software" status. If you're looking to upgrade that to "Hardware Accelerated" and upgrading your Quartz Extreme to "Supported", you'll need a modified Natit.kext. I found one on the net that change my graphics settings to be fully supported.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingzero619 View Post
    I noticed that your Core Image is at "software" status. If you're looking to upgrade that to "Hardware Accelerated" and upgrading your Quartz Extreme to "Supported", you'll need a modified Natit.kext. I found one on the net that change my graphics settings to be fully supported.
    no men natit also not working fr me....it showing unknown display ....i dont what to do...for my graphich card....
    Board: Intel dg41rq motherboard., Processor: Intel core2duo with 2.93 ghz., Ram: 1GB RAM (ddr2).Graphic card: NVIDIA msi nx 8400 gs 512mb pci-e.,
    Ethernet: Realtek RTl8168D(P)8111D(P) PCI-E.,
    Display: LG 17 inch CRT monitor., HD:SATA 250 gb(internel)., OS:windows xp sp3 on primary partition., iatkos v7 10.5.7 on secondary partition.

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    Default nVidia GeForce 8400 GS 1gb PCI-E no QE/CI enabled

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    *I have Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS 1Gb and I installed the natit.kext and successfully got the resolution and driver but still no QE/CI enabled and also checked with NVEnabler64 that also worked but no QE/CI enabled so is there any other kexts that should work and enable the QE/CI. Please I need that I have installed lion os x and If possible please make the next for me and upload it for me please. I am using vga output and also can contact me on my email ayz_1992_786@hotmail.com. Thanks in advance

 

 

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