Thanks. I just updated my hardware profile. Also thanks everyone for confirming that the EFI will not work with the Elitedesk 800 G1.
I'm not sure why the posted EFI for the 800 G1 does not work for me :(
My hardware for the machine are as follow:
Intel core i7-4765T processor
Intel Q87 express
Intel HD graphics on all models (integrated on processor)
2 Display Ports
Ethernet (RJ-45): Intel I217LM Gigabit Network Connection (standard)
Wireless: Intel Wireless-N 7260 802.11 M.2 a/b/g/n NIC card...
I know that OSX does not support it but is it possible to have the cards crossfired and not crash OSX? I dual boot OSX along with windows 7 so it would be nice if I could have both cards in there.
I'm still lost about the DSDT file. In your profile you have an Nvidia card while I have an ATI video card. How will that affect the DSDT file? Do I need to make further changes to it? I think I may have tried loading your DSDT file using multibeast. I'll try again in the mean...
Can anyone with this configuration share their DSDT file?
EVGA E758 3 way SLI <===X58 chipset motherboard
XFX Radeon 5770
12 gb ram
Do I need to list anything else?
One thing I don't understand is whether the graphics card configuration is in the DSDT? Thanks for your help!
I think the problem is that you're using an old iboot for ATI. Try the link below.
I believe this will help you boot up and load the OSX disc.
You might also try -x if that doesn't boot.
I've read over that already and have been trying for 2 weeks to get this working and it wasn't happening until I came upon this thread viewtopic.php?f=18&t=3651&start=420 where verdi1987 described how he used Preboot.dmg to get his system to boot up. Sure enough I tried that and it worked great...
I can't think of anything else. There is no way o crossfire the radeon without another card. But then again I'm pretty new at this. I spent the last two weeks trying to get this thing installed and working. Everytime it would never boot up until yesterday when I just decided to use easybeast...
I'm a newbie to all of this and managed to get far enough to have SL installed into the computer. I did what was adviced not to do and that was to copy the Preboot.dmg into the /Extra folder. This was the only way I could make my computer function. I followed the guide and was not able to...