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Neolo

Neolo

Member Since 14 Jun 2009
Offline Last Active Mar 31 2013 02:54 PM
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In Topic: Gigabyte 9800GT Silent Cell -> HDMI (10.8.2)

16 March 2013 - 09:17 AM

I just got HDMI working for my TV... accidentally on 9800GT Posted Image

Not fully but at least something.


What I did:

!!!! Upgraded to 10.8.3->Got headache with NVenabler->went in -s and removed it ->booted with GraphicsEnabler (My PC monitor was connected with DVI cable to HDMI port via HDMI to DVI converter, because I broke DVI port on graphics card) -> I decided to plug out PC monitor and connect TV into HDMI port with HDMI-HDMI cable (without converters). And voila, TV detected signal as DVI (1600x900 @ 60) and I can see desktop there.


Major problems:

- No sound, certainly (pointing on S-Pdif or HDMI in sound settings does nothing).
- TV remains detected as my PC monitor, but I able to set proper resolution for it in system settings.
- After reboot cable replugging with PC monitor+converter required, TV can't be detected itself.

I think it's EDID issue, or TV doesn't send anything to OSX to be detected.
Big step forward, but I need help to make it usable.
Here is some photos attached.
Any help will be appreciated.

In Topic: external DVI not working

15 March 2013 - 11:05 AM

Maybe dvi port is broken? I have same thing, it just stopped gaining digital signal without reasons.

In Topic: Gigabyte 9800GT Silent Cell -> HDMI (10.8.2)

15 March 2013 - 10:49 AM

There is 3 ports - dvi, VGA and hdmi

In Topic: Gigabyte 9800GT Silent Cell -> HDMI (10.8.2)

13 March 2013 - 07:43 PM

Thank you for reply. I want at least video (sound I could attach via spdif separate connector). But why audio will never work? This card should mix it with using internal s-pdif connector.

In Topic: MULTIPLE NVIDIA card installation HOW-TO. EFI STRINGS

11 March 2013 - 09:20 PM

Can't get HDMI on 9800GT with that.
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