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This rotate trick doesn't work for me. Neither does the sleep trick (still white screens after waking). The only thing(s) that work for me thus far are: 1) iGPU enabled primary, but no cable connected, so booting blind into OSx86. No white screens, goes right to login. 2) iGPU enabled primary, but one cable connected, boots to OSx86 no white screen. If PCIE is set as primary, it will always boot to white screens, even if I can see the mouse. Hardware: - Asus Sabertooth Z77 - i7 3770k - Asus 7970 Currently using the blind boot (method 1) so I can drive all my monitors through the 7970, however I'd like to be able to ditch the blind boot if possible and use PCIE as primary. I've tried various FramBuffers no change, currently using Chutoro. I'm open to trying any suggestions, however based on other threads/blog posts this seems to be an un-resolvable problem.
I am also curious about what is needed to get an x1800 working in 10.5.2 with QE/CI. I am using Leo4All, and I have gotten my x1800 to at least let me change the resolution, however I cannot get QE or CI working. I used Natit.kext, renamed it to ATIRadeonX1000.kext. I had no ATIRadeonX1000.kext to modify, I assumed I had to just replace it with the Natit.kext. I'm not sure if that is what is meant by entering Natit.kext into ATIRadeonX1000.kext. The device ID in my ATIRadeonX1000.kext are correct to my x1800. I also followed the BorisBadenov method as much as I could. Some steps I could not change, more specifically modifying ATINDRV.kext. Anything else I should try?