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Hello community,

I am asking you because I have a problem with my new installation of monterey.
Everything works except the recognition of the Asus GTX 670 graphics card.
Have you been successful with a similar card? I specify that I use Clover 5142
I join my EFI.
 

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P1LGRIM

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Support for Nvidia Kepler based graphics is discontinued in Monterey.

Search for OpenCore Legacy Patcher or Geforce-Kepler-patcher-V2.
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hooo yes :clap:

Thank so much guys!! I have installed Geforce-Kepler-patcher-V2 and all work fine :)
 
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After patcher installation. I re-enabled SIP by putting back in config.plist => RT variable / csr-active-config ➤ 0x67, then re-enabling Gatekeeper as well. I restart, but I get stuck at the Apple logo with a little progress bar. What do you think is blocking?
 
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Enabling SIP and Gatekeeper.
Hi @PILGRIM,
Thanks
ok how do i reactivate them? I can no longer boot. and reactivate SIP and Getkeeper, that will not create security problems?
 

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I can no longer boot. and reactivate SIP and Getkeeper, that will not create security problems?
There is a price to pay for running unsupported hardware.
 
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