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x1600 pcie ... blue screen?


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InterHmai

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I've spent all night reading through posts and trying different installers to get my Sapphire X1600 256mb PCI-E video card working.

It seems to boot fine, and gets identified by nait, but after the OSX loading screen it just sits at a blue screen and doesn't do anything.

I'm running 10.4.8 JAS SSE2/SSE3 PPF1.

I checked the vendor/device ID and it's defintely in the Natit plist, but it shows up there as X1300.

Any help is appreciated =]

Edited by InterHmai, 18 February 2007 - 10:01 AM.


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try out my installer.its tottally different so, goto my helpful file site link in my sig and download the x1600 installer.
and if you have the X1600 pro select the 10.4.5 ATINDRV
if not just select the natit install and the IONDRVSupport.

just remember to remove Natit.kext, Callisto.kext and Titan.kext from your extensions folder before installing.

PM me if you encounter problems or just any other questions about it.

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http://diabolik1605....taller.mpkg.zip

incase your browser blocks off the link :)

Thanks i shall try this out later on my X1600 Pro 512MB PCIe :-)

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oho, works like a charm! Thanks a bunch =]





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