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nVidia 8400 GS Framebuffer problems
I'm using NVDarwin and i have tryed NVKush and NVInject also, this is what i get when i try to move windows or scroll http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/9867/picture1dff.png
how can i fix this. im guessing its the frambuffer...
Did you try adding Efi Strings?
If you dont know how try with Efi Studio or OSX86 tools, google it
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do i put efi strings on top of NVDarwin? or standalone?
didint want to start a new thread so ill post here
im having the same problem on my newly hacked osx for core i7
i tried to install the nvidia drivers via nvidia's site but i guess thats just too easy since it did not work.
so im back to step one here
everyone esle in the guide i have for iatkos v7 worked great, sounds, internet etc. but i just cant get the driver / graphics to work
i am running a 1gb gtx 285
is this something i will need to reinstall my "mac" and choose another driver at startup to get working?
if so i will start trying different options, i just need to be pointed into the right direction.
btw i have no idea what an efi string is =)
i was finally able to solve the problem
i used EFI - dvi/dvi for my car
along with core nvidia and nvidia gt200 options
works like a charm now!!!
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