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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by moti19999, Nov 8, 2015.
can i increase my vram? and how ? step by step please
Found this with a quick google search:
this is not work
or I do anything wrong ?
I have no idea if that command works or not, but the reason you cannot run it now is because the file you are trying to access is protected by System Integrity Protection (SIP) in El Capitan. You can try disabling SIP to allow the command to run.
I'm hoping you are backed up before you mess with this, because you may end up unbootable if this goes badly.
that would reduce your available vram to 384 MB. You're lucky it didn't work.
This very thread is a wonderful illustration of why SIP is a great idea
There is a whole thread about vRam increase, but the HD3000 is a pretty piss poor video card and more RAM will not make it run any better...