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I injected false DFP1,EDID and LVDS,EDID and every time, my ioreg showed my LCD monitor on VGA port detected as CRT2,EDID with its own real EDID, not the ones I injected. This tells me that injecting EDID may not be necessary. The ioreg would show the injected DFP1,EDID and LVDS,EDID values, but then it would show the CRT2,EDID as connected. Nothing I tried got my second LCD monitor on a DVI-VGA adapter detected.

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I injected false DFP1,EDID and LVDS,EDID and every time, my ioreg showed my LCD monitor on VGA port detected as CRT2,EDID with its own real EDID, not the ones I injected. This tells me that injecting EDID may not be necessary. The ioreg would show the injected DFP1,EDID and LVDS,EDID values, but then it would show the CRT2,EDID as connected. Nothing I tried got my second LCD monitor on a DVI-VGA adapter detected.


Same thing for me.

Even if I don't put EDID values in the plist, ioreg give me this result

| | | | "CRT2,EDID" = & lt;00ffffffffffff0005e386a90e030000240f010368261e782a6d65a25a4c9d23134f54bfef008
1800101010101010101010101010101302a009851002a4030701300782d1100001e000000ff00323
93035394a41303030373832000000fd00374b1e530e000a202020202020000000fc004c4d3936350
a202020202020200029>
| | | | | "IODisplayEDID" = & lt;00ffffffffffff0005e386a90e030000240f010368261e782a6d65a25a4c9d23134f54bfef008
1800101010101010101010101010101302a009851002a4030701300782d1100001e000000ff00323
93035394a41303030373832000000fd00374b1e530e000a202020202020000000fc004c4d3936350
a202020202020200029>


that is the monitor connected to the vga.

But if I put in the plist the string CRT2,EDID with the EDID of the monitor connected to the dvi port, with ioreg in the IODisplayEDID i get the value I've put in the plist. So i'm forcing the dvi port to work, i think.

Hope this could be of help.

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Ok...I have tested ATIinject with dual display

Configuration
X1600PRO PCI-e 512 MB VGA / DVI
Two monitor
First: Acer AL1916W 19'' on 16:9
Second: Philips 107E4

Acer is connected with adpter VGA/DVI in DVI of my X1600
Philips in VGA

Only work with
ATIinject
ATINDRV 10.4.5
IONDRV 10.4.8
All ATIRadeonX1000 10.4.8 kext's

Ps. Work but Blurry monitor


My monitor EDID don't work i use this EDID base on Info.plist
I have change first EDID with LVDS and second with DFP1
base is DFP1 first and LVDS second because when i boot Philips in VGA it is ignited and it is extinguished continuously while Acer it works but it is the second desktop.
The problem is just becouse the PHILIPS becomes the Acer while and therefore when change resolution dosn't work

Screen1 Screen2 Screen 3

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hi guys,

I want have my X1600pro AGP working with atiinjetc in 2 ports VGA+DVI, but only have a vga port working!

please if anybody send to me a atiinjct for 2 displays config.

i have 2 lcd, one analogic (Lg L1720Bvga only) and one DVI(samsung 750b), i try natit, work fine whit my FX 5600 (all working), but atiinject work better for my ATI X1600, and I prefer this VGA card.

thanks

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hi guys

nobody can here help?

thanks





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