- Apr 22, 2011
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I find info about my problem in this post http://www.tonymacx86.com/80-native-support-mountain-lion-ivy-bridge-hd-4000-geforce-6xx.html it says that Mountain Lion has native support of hd 4000 but for full support needed to unplug and replug DVI cable. This is really helps After booting I see pictures like in my previous post but after unplug and replug DVI cable everything is going ok and I can see a normal desktop with native resolution.
So the next question is how to solve this problem to not always unplug and replug DVI cable? The answer is:
It's really helps!!! Thx a lot! I guess this information should to be added to the firsts page.
It is only required for some of the monitors.
The monitor I use do not require to put the Graphics Mode String and it still work perfectly.