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Guilherme Araújo

Guilherme Araújo

Member Since 13 Jan 2012
Offline Last Active May 21 2012 09:55 PM
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In Topic: Information on VESA modes in ATI&NVIDIA bios

03 February 2012 - 07:24 PM

That would be awesome!

In Topic: Information on VESA modes in ATI&NVIDIA bios

03 February 2012 - 12:45 AM

But is there any way to disable underscan even before booting any OS?

In Topic: Editing custom personalities for ATI Radeon HD[45]xx

31 January 2012 - 06:59 PM

Anyone?

In Topic: Information on VESA modes in ATI&NVIDIA bios

28 January 2012 - 10:57 PM

Well Guilherme, I don't know if DieBuche is still around. But it looks like that we are yet to find someone who could post screenshots of Chameleon boot screen which does not have the blackborders. Since you claimed that you were able to change the resolution, did you also try to set the resolution in the theme.plist file in your theme folder?

Yes, I changed the theme size as well. I believe it might be a BIOS limitation, because the BIOS screen and POST screen have the same borders, even before loading anything of any OS. Interesting to note, when I shut OS X down, there are a few lines on a black screen, but this time they fit the whole screen.

In Topic: Information on VESA modes in ATI&NVIDIA bios

27 January 2012 - 05:43 PM

Thanks to dublove i was finally able to hard flash my MSi ATi HD 5870, i can get now 1920 x 1080, but i still have those 1 inch thick, awful borders. Does anyone know, how to remove them?


I have the same problem, with an HD 4850. I noticed the resolution did change, because during boot there were some lines that wouldn't fit in one line and now it does.
Besides, in case of any problem with my monitor, I believe it would be safer to have 800x600 mode. I guess it'd be better to replace another "less useful" resolution, perhaps 1152x864. How can I do that?

Edit: another reason, look what happened to my BIOS screen (previously, it was fullscreen, almost full, with the same black borders).

Edit2: I managed to replace 1600x1200 with 1920x1080, so BIOS went back to normal, but I still have those borders.
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