I’m watchin this forum for a long time (from September I think) and I must say that you guys have made a terrific job.
The reason for not posting all this time is that my English is terrible and I didn’t find a subject that I could help some of you.
After the boring intro ,here is my idea (that worked perfect for me):
I have the dell 2005fpw monitor.it’s really a great monitor but I think that it’s pretty useless (the time speaking) for macosx86 as there aren’t any video cards (I have an nvidia) that support resolution up to 1680x1050.as a cause ,if you boot with a resolution of 1280x1024 for example your image is stretched and blured (because its not its native resolution).
The solution is simple (and…idiotic you might say).
I assume that you are using the dvi input,where you cant make any adjustments.
Connect the analog cable (that shipped with dell 2005),select the d-sub input from the panel controls,go to menu ,image settings,scale and use 1:1 or aspect.and…see the difference. after that go to image settings,auto adjust and your image will become much clearer…
What you ‘ll have is the image of a 17” or 19” monitor…you can switch between d-sub and dvi with the press of a button.
Ok this is as I said a stupid idea,but personally I prefer this picture from the stretched and blured picture I had before. And not to forget it’s a temporary solution,I hope that we ‘ll have great news from macvidia soon.
(I have made also a real idiot’s -because I am one- guide for installing flawlessly osx86 10.4.3 after installing 10.4.1.if you want,I could upload it. )
keep up the good work!