The guy I was replying to was talking about injectors.
I've never seen an NVCAP value like
What is that anyway, sheep format?
Therefore my question (for the other guy) still stands: What are you using to edit the plist.
I am now using plistedit pro 1.4. Before I was just looking at plist's with text editor (so it showed values in hex format, aka sheep format
I copy the NVdarwin.kext (version 1.2.5 now) from the extensions folder to the desktop, edit the NVCap value, and install with kext helper b7, then reboot. Problem is, I still don't get any different results when hooking up the 2nd monitor. Either one of the monitors always works fine, no matter if it's DVI, or VGA through DVI adapter, or straight VGA. As soon as I hook up a second monitor, either it goes blank with a cursor, or blue with nothing, or my desktop picture with tearing (and sometimes a couple icons bunched up in the corner, which eventually locks up if I right click enough times).
which was pulled straight from the bios via nibitor on a PC,
which looks like my cards physical setup on Krazubu's post ( http://forum.insanel...howtopic=103549 )
I think I have tried every variation of booting with different configurations, and hitting detect display's when I can.
This is on iAtkos 10.5.5, once I get it all working, and all these files, notes and modifications are saved to a thumb drive, and I will attempt a boot132 retail install. I don't wish to install w/o dual monitor support from the get go, unless you think somehow the iAtkos install is deficient in this support.
Thank you both for your help!