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dalton

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  1. Tried on mobility x1300, internal LCD does not work, only external monitor.
  2. IIRC, the xbox 360 web camera shows up as an iSight.
  3. ATY_Alopias working!

    Curious as well. I have the mobilty x1300 and I tried Diabolik's drivers. It fixed the tearing and I could change resolutions however my internal LCD no longer worked. If someone could try it out, that would be ace! Cheers
  4. Inspiron 6400

    I have made some progress. I installed Diabolik's ATI patch and there is no tearing or artifacts... however there is only video through VGA port. Any idea how to fix this? Thanks
  5. If worse comes to worst you could probably just boot up in a live cd and dd the drive over to an external drive. However, it probably isn't the best solution. Just throwing it in as a last resort type thing
  6. Inspiron 6400

    Hey Guys, How's everybody doing? Well, I am very hopeful because I have gotten 10.5.1 installed on my Inspiron 6400. I have got sound, wireless, and power management working. The only thing that is being an issue is the video. I have the ATI Radeon Mobility X1300 and I've got QE/CI working with a little modification to the RadeonX1000 kext. However, I am unable to change resolution and there is screen tearing and artifacts. I also tried the Natit drivers on the kalyway disk and it resulted in a black screen after the installer rebooted to the desktop. Am I going to have to live with the tearing and weird resolution? I tried issuing a "Graphics Mode"="1280x800x16" command at bootup but it didn't seem to do anything. Are there any other drivers that I should try? Thanks!
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