1 0 0 0 - dvi/hdmi 1 0 0 - display port 0 1 0 - vga 0 0 1 - built-in (LVDS)The 14z is probably simply
1 0 0 - dvi/hdmi 0 1 0 - vga 0 0 1 - built-in (LVDS)
Seems like you should have been able to get HDMI working on channel2 with my original nvcap like it worked for westep23.
Still haven't heard from you what NVCAP nvenabler picks.
Have you tried 'detect displays' yet?
Which makes sense as the macbook has 2 external video ports (dvi/hdmi&vga) just like the 14z. The mini-dvi onthe macbook is dvi-i.
Yes, you'd certainly have full support after upgrading.
The explanation about the bit mapping is a bit unclear. Are you saying that the bit mapping for channel 1 and channel 2 are the same and inter-exchangeable? I'll check the channel tonight. But I was pretty sure ioreg said something about @1 display, meaning channel 2 right? Anyhow, let me just double check everything again tonight.
I tried Detect Displays, but it detects nothing. About the NVCAP for NVEnabler, I am not sure, I haven't gotten a chance to check it. But since it uses 3 different methods to detect the NVCAP and other values, I don't think there's a way to find out the NVCAP that has been detected successfully right?
GeForce 220.127.116.11 (17.5.7f10) <<--all NVDA kext same version
And I might have the patched IOPCIFamily from bcc9 shows version 2.6
The working nvcap
I'm going to do a clean retail install so I can make sure what installed. Also I didn't try HDMI.
And I also added my device id to Geforce.kext,NVDAResman,NVDANV50Hal, and NVEnabler. Like this
But I dont know if it's needed. Post back after I do a clean install.
I tried that NVCAP before but with no success.. but I think that may have been with a 10.5.6 install. And I don't know if using bcc9's Natit or NVEnabler would make a difference, since they're both injecting those values (NVCAP) in. NVEnabler does try to inspect the ROM for more values, but it doesn't seem successful at all (the @0,display-cfg is what causes the internal LCD blue screen to pop up... maybe that is needed for bcc9's Natit to make the internal LCD work). Anyhow, if you do try a clean retail install and it was successful, please let me know and I can try it out and also with an external HDMI monitor.
Will report back more results tonight, look forward to yours too westep23