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Edan Falls

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  1. Thanks a lot for this info. Been searching for a 64-bit compatible HFS+ reader for a while now, thanks.
  2. Hi guys, I think I know why some of you are having problems with this. Info.plist isn't the only file in the X2000 kext that refers to your device ID. If you go inside the MacOS folder, the ATIRadeonX2000 file in there also refers to the device ID's. Instead of ADDING your device ID to Info.plist, try changing one of the device ID's. For example try changing 0x94c91002 to 0x12341002 where 1234 is your device ID. Then open the ATIRadeonX2000 file inside MacOS with a hex editor (with the appropriate permissions), search for 3D C9 94 00 00 and change this to 3D 34 12 00 00 where 1234 is your device ID. Make sure you enter 34 12 and not 12 34! Then do step 5 to repair permissions. Let me know if this works or not! Nice guide by the way mcsmart! Will
  3. (Help) Pixelview 7600GS 256MB can't 1440x900

    Hi, I had a similar problem. Try editing /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist to include your resolution. Just add another key and string to say: <key>Graphics Mode</key> <string>1440x900x32</string> Give it a reboot and voila.