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Cupra

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  1. I have the exact same issue. It I have not found a solution yet. Tried deleting AppleGraphicsControl and AppleGraphicsPowerManagement kexts and that didn't do anything. Let me know if you find anything.
  2. I'm having a weird video glitch that never happened in 10.5.7. The screen blurs for some hundredths of a second and then it is fine again. It can be seen when reading text, the screen does not go black but looks blurry for an instant. I have disabled power saving. I do not have speedstep, I'm always running at 2 Ghz, and that's fine. I am wondering that maybe other people have this problem, but are not attentive enough to catch it? I have switched between: * CoreVidia * NVidiaEFI * EFI String All of them display the same behavior. I deleted AppleGraphicsControl and AppleGraphicsPowerManagement kexts, but nothing improved. Any hints? My System: Inspiron E1505 Core2Duo 2.0 Ghz 4GB RAM NVidia 7300 Go Running Snow Leopard 10.6.2 in 32-bit mode.
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