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EvilEyez

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    Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    Sounds good, thx. The sleep/wake does work, in that it gets me my native res, 1920x1200 - just no CI/QE. Plus my mouse cursor is barely usable as it's distorted. Last question then I'll head to netkas - the EFI string should enable CI/QE correct? And I'm hoping that magically fixes the mouse too.
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    Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    Errandwolfe, Ignorance talking, I thought the only thing that separated our config would be the panel, so I only attempted to change the EDID. Regardless, working off a generic X3100 dump from a macbook still results in the same "error parsing plist" on boot. I suspect I'm corrupting the XML formatting when injecting my EDID, or my EDID is garbage from the get go? Back to the battle and thanks for your help in this thread.
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    Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    So I've been following this thread for awhile now and with the latest breakthroughs, I think I'm pretty close to getting it going. I've taken errandwolfe's hex from his zip file and converted it to xml with gfxutil. I've found the EDID section and replaced it with my panel information that was gathered from the Windows side with the util in this thread. I then take the updated xml file for my config and take it back to hex before finally adding the string to my com.Apple.Boot.plist. I have to be close, but when I boot I get a message "error parsing plist" so I must have a problem in it, but what have i missed? Right now, I have 1920x1200 desktop but no CI/QE and my mouse cursor is graphically corrupt (makes for some difficult navigation). Doing the Sleep trick too. This is on an Inspiron 1720 at it's native res. Can anyone point out something obvious I've missed?
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