Can not parse plist file
everything worked great until I ran program "32- or 64-bit Kernel Startup Mode Selector" and now on preboot I get "Error parsing plist file", and my Nvidia GT 220 stoped working. Snow loads OK, but my GFX card is not recognized. I deleted com.apple.boot.plist, than deleted kernel boot flags, moved com.apple.boot.plist to Extra folder, but nothing works.
If i delete com.apple.boot.plist there is no error message but my Nvidia GT 220 isn't recognized.
Funny is that only thing changed was start in 64bit with "32- or 64-bit Kernel Startup Mode Selector". What does this program do? So I can revert it back?
Please help me.
Is there no one that could help me? Can some one help me get GT 220 kexts? Or how to install this Nvidia card? I can delete com.apple.boot.plist as I get no error any more. I think only thing now is right kexts or something that broke when I ran Kernel Mode Startup Selector... Any one?
Hope that you did not really delete your .boot.plist.
May just need to edit it and delete entries that you put in there when the app was installed.
Your video injection entries may still be in there to make your video card works.
I did deleted it, but I installed iAtkos S3 and graphic card was working from the start. i had no EFI string in it... I ran install over this install from DVD, but it still does not work :(
Any idea. But my sistem is runing as it was before, only my Nvidia is not...
That is too bad you delete it.
It must contain some entries for your card as there are several methods of video kext installation, and is not necessarily having EFI string.
There should be two of those boot.plist files.
You need to find out what installation method that S3 used, and/or try to find kext for the video card.
Just reinstalled mz OS, but now I do not remember what did a do to get my Nvidia GeForce GT 220 to work... Any one have any idea? I tried several guides, but non works. It works if I use EFI studio and then string for 285, but then I have to boot with -x (but the graphics is great on -x switch...)