EDIT: I have been looking at tonymac's blog for Advanced DSDT Fixes for nVidia Graphics (link later in this thread), using IORegistryExplorer tool in Xcode I have navigated to the property 'Vram,totalsize' and it is listed as. This string therefore represents the 1536 MB in size for the graphics card and as the original post says - I only have a 1024 MB card. I have two new questions. 1) Will making the advanced DSDT edits to my system, but changing values to represent 1GB mess up my system? 2) Is it possible to change the value in IORegistryExplorer? Something I have just noticed.
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Original post: I am using the GTX 550 Ti, I have updated to 10.7.4 -> having troubles with the whole.plist editing and whatever but anyway. In the attached image, the graphics card is registered as 1536 MB but should be 1024 MB (1GB in size) - I was wondering how I would go about changing this value to reflect the true value? I have never needed to change anything apart from GraphicsEnabler=Yes so there are no edits in my DSDT.
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