Ive had a Gigabyte GA-H67M-Based machine for around a year now and have just upgraded the Momentus XT Hard Drive thereon to a Samsung 830 SSD. However, when installing Mountain Lion on to this new drive, I was a bit puzzled to note that it wouldn't recognise the HD 300 graphics I use on this...
I've just tried all the following framebuffers:
but to no avail.
All give me: ioreg | grep ATY
| | |...
I've updated the BIOS on my rev 2 Z68AP D2 B3 to UEFI as I heard the EFI upgrade itself may help solve some of the sleep problems I've never managed to put right. Everything initially seemed to go OK and I now have a fully functioning/accessible UEFI instead of the old BIOS, but it still doesn't...
Is it during the part where it says 'Loading operating system ......' ?
If so, make sure First boot device in your BIOS is set as 'Hard Disk' and not CDROM or anything else, as I know having CDROM as the first boot device in mine seriously slowed down the boot times at that part.
Mountain Lion installed without problems on my Gigabyte H67M Board and seems to run quicker than Lion did using the integrated HD3000 graphics provided by my i5 2500K.
I have full QE/CI/CL, etc. and get the ripple effect when adding widgets in dashboard, so am very happy with this for a...
I'm having the same problems: once Unibeast has finished writing to the USB stick and I try to run the resultant install file, I get an error message stating: "This copy of the Install OS X Mountain Lion application is damaged ..." .
Like you, I've also tried multiple downloads, and the...
This may be elementary to most on here but I'll ask anyway
Are the available screen resolutions displayed in System Preferences limited to what my currently attached monitor is capable of displaying?
I ask because when I check which VESA resolutions are available on my video card at the...
Just thought I'd let anybody who's interested know that (thanks to some good advice from Claes) I was able to get my MSI R6450 (device id 0x6779) fully recognised in system profiler merely by changing the framebuffer to Juncus and then writing that to my chameleon boot file (forgive me if my...
Please ignore the above request for help now, as I just ran the AppleHDA Rollback option in Multibeast immediately after installing the MacOSXUpdCombo10.7.3.dmg update image and before rebooting (as the guide on here suggests), and it's all working flawlessly again.
:D Thanks for all the great...
Please ignore the above request for help now, as I just ran the AppleHDA Rollback option in Multibeast immediately after installing the MacOSXUpdCombo10.7.3.dmg update package and before rebooting, and it's all working flawlessly again. :D