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Hello please, I need help,

I tried, but I can not get my laptop to work with higher resolution than 1024x786, my graphics card is an HD 3000, 116. my laptop is a samsung nt9000xa 58b.

I explain my problem,

I tried with all kext that are in kext.com kext (osx86.com), I modified the plist and add the 0x01168086, when I do this my screen breaks, (the screen is blank and lines as static)but I can see at the bottom of the screen image.

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Thanks in advance.

with Print Screen


As I see it


I leave my files


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sorry for the late reply,

i been trying all day and nothing happened when i patch the dsdt.

If I delete all intel kext only have resolution 1024,

if i try the intel kext, the screen worsened, and I cant see anything, except white screen messedup.

sorry for the bad english.

here is my dsdt patchet (rename .zip to aml)

PD. multishit will not let me install, I have to install it with dsdtse

and,,thank you very much for taking the time to help people with their Hackintosh


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hi! mendietinha

I generate one with chameleon wizard, this are the files i use.


the smbios is right, but you use some flags that you actually dont need. like if you use a ssdt, you dont need:





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Hello, my friend!

If your notebook is like mine, Samsung Series 9, what I believe the problem is, is that my notebook uses an Intel HM75 south bridge with which Mac expects to find an Ivy Bridge processor with a HD 4000 graphics, and it only finds a Sandy Bridge processor with HD 3000 graphics. I don't know if there's a way of changing some kexts to workaround the problem.

Don't know why Samsung decided to use what appears to be an Ivy bridge southbridge with a sandy bridge processor, whether it's intentional to prevent hackintosh on their products (even more if you think of the Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 Wi-Fi card that doesn't have -- and I think never will -- a driver ported to Mac) or they just wanted to spend less on the components.

I don't have the solution, just to help clarify what the problem might be. I ended up using Ubuntu and learned to live without Mac OS X for now.

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