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phanguy

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sorry, not quite sure if this should be here or somewhere else.

i've finally installed leopard on my hackintosh. it took quite a bit of time but it was very much worth it. everything worked on boot up. i didn't have to modify anything! now my only only only problem now is that i can't get my s-video out to work. it worked fine before when i was running tiger.

when i first did it on tiger:
i started my hackintosh with the s-video plugged in and it worked immediately

on leopard:
i start it with the s-video plugged in, then it goes to the login screen(i'm not quite sure how to turn off the login) and once i log in, the background turns the Apple blue colored background and i can use my mouse, but that's it. nothing else shows up. i thought maybe installing the old kexts i used before might help but it didn't make a difference. probably because i need to remove whatever gpu kexts are working for my gpu right now, but i don't know which ones those would be.

any help would be very much appreciated!

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second that

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still no solution to this?

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Hi guys,

Well, I had the same problem. To simple boot, as you may already know you can just unplug S-Video cable.

But what about fix - there's info here - https://www.blogger....476621678036865

I'm going to try that out after permorming some tests. Check it out, it's about changing the positions of displays in Info.plist file. Should work to my mind.





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