Hey guys, whats up? Here i come with another pseudo developer question about our problems with the nvidia cards.
Well, because of the motherboard i have, the tests with my Pentium 4 doesn't gone any further, i have another board but it is older and has AGP connection so i will not be able to test the card.
I was reading a lot about DSDT's and the OS X Kernel, but my skills are so basic that i could not even get some certain about that. But a lot of questions still populates my brain, the last, one that i could not figure out by myself follows:
Assuming that the Kexts uses the same part &/or functions of the kernel. Could the problem be an compatibility issue between the chipsets that drives the data to the card? I mean, an ATI chipset improving the performance of an ATI graphic card because of an technology they both share. It would explain in terms why we, nvidia users, are experiencing problems on getting QE but we can achieve CI and custom resolutions. I really don't know, i would really like to fully disable my "ATI HD2100" onboard graphics just to test it, it is listed on System Info app, and i tryed to disable it on BIOS but it seems that theres no way to do so. If this is possible to do it via DSDT, i would love if someone could write some patch to do so. I really don't know if this makes sense. I'm really sorry if i'm being redundant, but i couldn't find any post talking about this. And of course i'm sorry if this is kinda noob question.
Thank you guys.