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SteWie09

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  1. no, I`m sorry. But I still have the same problem. Now we are two! Who can help *us*??
  2. Intel GMA950 and DVI-Display

    Thanx Azimutz, see you!
  3. Intel GMA950 and DVI-Display

    I did another test and borrowed and connected a VGA-monitor, and...it works! That means that the compiled DTDS.aml is ok, but I am not able to drive the DVI-port. That's not satisfying, since I do only have DVI/HDMI-devices in my household. frustrating...
  4. OK - it is the VGA/DVI-Problem. I just borrowed a VGA-Monitor and everything works fine. But when I connect my DVI-Monitor it remains black, no signal! I read it in this thread a few times, has anybody solved it and got a DVI-Signal from the 945GM-Board?? When i unplug the VGA-Monitor, connect the DVI-display and reconnect the VGA-monitor it shows the native resolution of the DVI-monitor in the system preferences. Therefore at least *some* monitor detection seems to work, but still: no DVI-D-Signal... Any idea?
  5. Intel GMA950 and DVI-Display

    Hmmm...I thought with the fresh iDeneb installation I got the original kext? On the other hand I installed the GM950 patch from the iDeneb DVD... Could you please give me a hint where to find the "stock" kexts and how to do the restore? Many thanks!
  6. OK, and now my problem! :pirate2: I've done a fresh installation of iDeneb1.4 (Leopard 10.5.6). Everything is fine except graphics, 1280x1024 is the maximum with "Graphics Mode" kernel option. No other resolution is available at system preferences. I did not replace any kext. I did the DSDT-patch using Dr. Hurt's guide, but now I get a blank screen (Monitor seems to have an invalid or no signal). After replacing kext I get a blue screen. Maybe the output is now on a analog port but my pure DVI-D monitor cannot handle it. Is this boot load able to handle the DSDT: Darwin/x86 boot v5.0.132 - Chameleon v1.0.12? This is my configuration: Installation suite: iDeneb 1.4 (Leopard 10.5.6) The Computer is a Hush E1 Basic Media Center (-> no Laptop) Mainboard: Aopen i945GTt-vfa, 945GT chipset with GMA950 graphics on board, DVI-I-Video output (VGA via Adapter) Monitor: Apple Cinema 20" (DVI-D) HD-Screen: Panasonic 50" Plasma (via DVI-to-HDMI) full HD Thank you very much in advance for your help!
  7. Intel GMA950 and DVI-Display

    Hi Azimutz, thank you for your suggestion. I did the DSTS patch with Dr. Hurt's guide but now I get a blank screen (no signal) after reboot...Help! Do I need another boot loader? I am using the Darwin/x86 boot v5.0.132 - Chameleon v1.0.12?
  8. Intel GMA950 and DVI-Display

    Hi there, this was my first OSx86-installation and it ran unexpectedly good, but: "Graphics Mode" above 1280x1024 without effect The OS is not able to detect the monitor. Therefore I am not able to set the native resolution of my widescreen DVI monitor. I am stuck with the default resolution 1024x768. By setting then "Graphics Mode" at the kernel boot settings, I can push it to 1280x1024. A higher value has no effect, no resolution above 1280x1024 seems to be possible (but at least there are no artifacts). Blue screen after kext-replacement After reading this forum for hours and nights I followed suggestions to replace AppleIntegratedFramebuffer.kext and so on lead me to a full blue screen. The OS seems to boot up, but I am not able to see anything, because I only have the pure DVI monitor and I am not able to check a proper VGA-Output. SwitchResX The next suggestion in this forum was the installaton of SwithchResx. But without success: no widescreen resolution could be established. Who can help me to run full widescreen resolution (goal 1920x1080x32, Full HD) with the Intel GMA950 on an external DVI-Monitor? This is my configuration: Installation suite: iDeneb 1.4 (Leopard 10.5.6) The Computer is a Hush E1 Basic Media Center (-> no Laptop) Mainboard: Aopen i945GTt-vfa with GMA950 graphics on board, DVI-I-Video output (VGA via Adapter) Monitor: Apple Cinema 20" (DVI-D) HD-Screen: Panasonic 50" Plasma (via DVI-to-HDMI) full HD Many thanks in advance!
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