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Energy saver : switch off not working (not sleep)


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Hi all,

well, i've got an nvidia 7950G working with EFI strings, dual DVI monitors Hyundai

Everything is working, sleep, wake...

BUT,

energy saver : the monitors dont switch off automatically (you know the second setting under energy saver preference pane)

They go black, but dont turn off. Its annoying, because when i have a long downloading for example, the monitors go black but dont turn off...

I've tried, EFI studio, NVinject, NVkash...

Always the same

i've got stock nvidia drivers, under 10.5.5

Please help =!

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Other things :

- no issue when i plug another monitor (asus mw221uā - switch off work
- no issue when i plug the hyundai monitors into another hackintosh (but other GFX and mobo) - switch off work

I'm going mad,
the first tells me its the monitor
the second tells me its the hackintosh

i'm going mad !

BTW, i did clean install, always the same issue.

Does anyone has this pb ?

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Other things :

- no issue when i plug another monitor (asus mw221uā - switch off work
- no issue when i plug the hyundai monitors into another hackintosh (but other GFX and mobo) - switch off work

I'm going mad,
the first tells me its the monitor
the second tells me its the hackintosh

i'm going mad !

BTW, i did clean install, always the same issue.

Does anyone has this pb ?


Using DVI>VGA, no issue :);,??

I'll try HDMI





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