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Stuck with Geforce 670 @ 10.8.4 GE=No

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I have installed 10.8.4 on my Asus board mit the HD4000 graphics.

After some testing and Multibeast instalation&reboot I had a working system.

After the reboot I:
- set GraphicsEnabler=No in Multibeast
- Shut down the PC
- plugged in the Geforce 670 (worked on my UD5H @ 10.8.3 GE=No)
- Set primary Display to PCIe in the BIOS

now I am stuck @ the OSX boot.

-v PCIRootUID=1 doesn't work
-v npci=0x3000 doesn't work

Seems like there is a setting wrong for the 670?!

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I am having similar issues. Installing the nvidia webdrivers didn't help get a working boot.
 
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I'm still having this problem as I can't find a DSDT for a GA-z77x-ud5h. It works(worked 10.8.0) without a DSDT and I haven't needed one before.
 
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I managed it. Installed everything like in the guides and what made the difference and solved the problem: used a DSDT

How did you get it to work. i am looking for flag:
I cant find the correct boot flags. by de way i am using the older system.


-v GE=NO npci=0x3000 PCIRoot=0,1,2,3,4,5


It stops@:

IO8021Controller: : dataLinkLayerAttachComplete(): adding AppleEFINVRAM notification

19.661239: ATHR: unknown locale: 21


help.....
 

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i7-3612QM
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Mobile Phone
  1. iOS
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