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GTX 650 recognized as NVIDIA D14P1-30 issue

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Hi everybody,

I've installed my brand ner GIGABYTE GTX 650 OC with GraphicsEnabler=No and it seems to work proprely (Novabench GPU score 655) in 10.8.2 with stock drivers + CUDA, but it is recognized as NVIDIA D14P1-30. It would be no problem at all if only it could let me enable the Mercury Playback Engine on Adobe Premiere (for real time effects playback). I tried to add the card in the cuda supported cards list both as GeForce GTX 650 and NVIDIA D14P1-30, but it didn't work. Any idea?

Tony and MacMan, please, could you tell me if the patch for GTX 670/680/690 in Multibeast could fix that or is it only for that cards? Can I give it a try or do I risk to compromise my otherwise working graphic acceleration?
 
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Any word on this? I'm having the same problem. Google isn't much help here either.
 
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Hi everybody,

I've installed my brand ner GIGABYTE GTX 650 OC with GraphicsEnabler=No and it seems to work proprely (Novabench GPU score 655) in 10.8.2 with stock drivers + CUDA, but it is recognized as NVIDIA D14P1-30. It would be no problem at all if only it could let me enable the Mercury Playback Engine on Adobe Premiere (for real time effects playback). I tried to add the card in the cuda supported cards list both as GeForce GTX 650 and NVIDIA D14P1-30, but it didn't work. Any idea?

Tony and MacMan, please, could you tell me if the patch for GTX 670/680/690 in Multibeast could fix that or is it only for that cards? Can I give it a try or do I risk to compromise my otherwise working graphic acceleration?
In my case I have a Zotac Geforce GTX 650 and fix the problem by installing the drivers from Nvidia's website.
Now my card is properly recognized.

 
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medina07,
Yes, that's the right solution, worked for me too, sorry I didn't follow the thread anymore
 
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I'm having trouble locating these drivers. I could only find the cuda ones which I installed. Would you be so kind to provide a link? Thanks.

EDIT: After some digging around (during work hours) I found the following link.

Retail-304.00.05f02-macosx.dmg

I don't see GTX 650 supported though.

I did try to install it and up popped "Unsupported system: This computer will not support GeForce or Quadro Mac OS X edition cards.".

After more searching, I believe I'm supposed to change my System Definition to Mac Pro3,1 to get the drivers to install.

How to change the system definition ? : I think I need to use multibeast and just check/tick a Mac Pro 3,1 definition. I will try that and see what happens.

[SUCCESS] The geforce GTX 650 is now displayed correctly.

Alternative routes and fixes below for reference only :

EDIT 2 : After more digging, I found a post from Alfa147x :

Found a fix to this issue without having to change out which SMBIOS you are running.
Download Nvidia drivers and this: ""

1) Mount the downloaded DMG File
2) Right click on the package and click "Show Package Contents"
3) Inside the Contents folder you will see a Distribution.dist replace it with the one from the download.
4) Run package like normal

I will have to test when I get home.

EDIT 3 (for reference) : Found this post from lisapower to revert back to the original drivers if something goes wrong with the install :

To uninstall this driver and restore your original Mac OS X v10.8.2 driver, follow the steps below:

If for any reason you are unable to boot your system to the desktop and wish to restore your original Mac OS X v10.8.2 driver, you can also do so from “Single-User” mode:

STEP 1: Restart your Macintosh computer and hold down the “Command” (apple) key and the “s” key to boot into “Single User” mode.

STEP 2: When the system finishes loading to a command prompt, type the command “NVIDIARecovery” (no quotation marks), and hit the “Return” key.

STEP 3: The 304.00.05f02 driver will be uninstalled and your original Mac OS X v10.8.2 driver will be restored. The computer will then reboot automatically.

EDIT 4 (IF YOU EXPERIENCE RANDOM FREEZES): Posted by Dsynos80

Disable AppeGraphicsPowerManagement.kext in S/L/E. The only way i found to avoid random freezes,besides the VLC loop trick. I have renamed the kext to AppeGraphicsPowerManagement.kext.buk, and has become a folder(didnt want to delete it), its working, confirmed. Many hours idle after working with Premiere.

OR

Try MacPro3,1 system definition (taken from a post by MacMAn)
 
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Same thing happened to me. But after using the link on Tonymac's site to the Nvidia site - I downloaded the Nvidia Geforce drivers for 10.8.2 - and wa la - it is now recognized as the Nvidia GeForce GTX 650.

I have the PNY Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 and here are my screenshots
 

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Nice setup Kingdude1 !!! Yowza!

I see you drive a Samsung Syncmaster, think a 24" probably, at 1920x1200.
May I ask you with which cable? DVI-D to DVI-D, HDMI to DVI-D or a HDMI 1.4a cable?

Nice Avatar btw.... My kinda guy!
 
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Have you gotten HDMI port working on this card?
Cheers
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You don't have to! Just Show Package Contents of .mpkg and search for Contents/Packages/webDriverPayload_jLhsf.pkg and run that one.

More important is that you clear kernelcaches first before properly can run with the GTX 650. I ended up with KP's just because it loaded kernel-cache with previous vidcard. Boot in single-user mode and deleted /System/Library/Caches/* and in ~/Library/Caches/* (/Users/yourname/Library/Caches/*) Or run some kind of clear-cache-utility.
 
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I'm having this problem but I'm still a bit unclear on the process to fix it. I have a Gigabyte z77 wifi board and a EVGA GTX 650 2GB card. I'm currently running the card but it is identified as NVIDIA D14P1-30. I am using GraphicsEnabler=No. The HDMI doesn't work, but the DVI does. The performance sucks compared to even my old GTX 285 on Windoze.

Can someone please help a noob by telling me the steps to fix this? I'd like to avoid restoring from backup if it's avoidable.

I *think* the steps are:

1. Install the Retail-304.00.05f02.macosx.dmg drivers
2. Run kextutility with no arguments
3. Reboot and glory in the smoking speed of my newly invigorated hackintosh

If I've got this wrong, please straighten me out! :banghead:
 
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