- Jan 26, 2012
- Intel i7 2600K Sandy Bridge
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660
- Mobile Phone
Can't login now. But can get to safe mode. :/
What do the Grapicsenabler?
Software doesn't have anything to do with it. If OS X supports the card natively then GE= no will work 100%. If OS X does not natively support a card then GE = yes is to be used.Because I have software that won't run unless the GraphicsEnabler is set to yes. Also, I am currently using 5870 with the GraphicsEnabler set to yes. So I really don't want to take a step backwards if I upgrade my GPU.
should I even bother with this driver if I am having no issues with my GTX260 card? Suggestions please...
I like taking a gamble. I recommend backing up your working machine:if it ain't broke, don't fix it
- Working Mac / Hackintosh
- SuperDuper: Link (Free!)
- 2nd harddrive equal or larger than used space on boot drive
- This drive will be wiped! All content will be lost!
- Launch SuperDuper
- The drop-down menu next to the word Copy select your boot drive.
- Next in the drop-down menu next to the word To select the destination drive.
- In the picture my boot drive is Lion. The drive I am backing up to is name Machintosh HDD 2.
- Click Copy Now. Wait.
- Once it’s finished you’ll have a backup drive. This way if you mess up your primary drive you can boot into the backup drive and use SuperDuper to copy your working installation back.
You need GraphicsEnabler=Yes to support multiple GPUs.