Reported by Francesco buoo, Feb 28, 2012
Hi! The GraphicsEnabler doesn't work when I use an EFI string to inject something for other devices, for example like this http://pastebin.com/K0Z1ADHa I'm sure there aren't conflicts with DSDT or something else intact if I delete the EFI string it works good. Info: Lion 10.7.3 Revision 1839 Asus P8Z68 Deluxe XFX Radeon 6870
Comment 1 by blackosx, Feb 29, 2012
I think you need to use either/or and not both together. So if you want to use a device properties string then try including your video in that also. For your 6870, see if this helps: http://bit.ly/xsANXW
Comment 2 by Francesco buoo, Mar 1, 2012
Thanks blackosx :) I'm using this injection http://pastebin.com/3W0eSv52 and I haven't problem, but I'd like to use the GraphicsEnabler because I get a better benchmark result (480FPS vs 407FPS). I extracted the chameleon injection http://pastebin.com/ppcgVcJt but if I try to add it in my EFI string I get the hell broke loose.
Comment 3 by Francesco buoo, Mar 1, 2012
Excuse me those values are wrong. I get the same results.
Comment 4 by blackosx, Mar 1, 2012
So you have everything working from the device properties string as you want?. Let me know and I'll close this issue.
Comment 5 by Francesco buoo, Mar 1, 2012
Ok Blackosx you can close the topic. If it's not a problem for you, could you explain me why if I add right this http://pastebin.com/ppcgVcJt chameleon injection in my EFI string the system doesn't boot? Thanks Francesco
Comment 6 by blackosx, Mar 2, 2012
Hi buoo Okay. I'll close this issue. As for your question, all I can suggest is you double check the contents of the plist and then re-make the hex string. Check fassl's topic at ProjectOSX for device-properties string info incase you've missed something. http://bit.ly/xPcn43 If you're still stuck then raise a post at the voodooproject's forum and maybe we can look further in to it. However, I've only used nvidia cards and not ATI so I might not be of much help to you. :)
Comment 7 by blackosx, Mar 2, 2012