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    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650 driver hopefully?

    Finally found it: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=190586 I got one of the latest. Too bad the code.google.com page doesn't have releases for download, only sources that only build for 10.5... Too bad that I have no clue whatsoever to fix it for 10.6
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    Itunes crashes on Snow install

    Thanks for the solution, I was afraid I wouldn't be able to fix it. It is a weird problem to google...
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    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650 driver hopefully?

    He thejoka, Glad I could helped somebody That's weird about your VRAM, mine is a 256MB card and all information in System Profiler seems correct about my card. I didn't even know there were 1GB cards in laptops... Guess I need a new one
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    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650 driver hopefully?

    Sorry I didn't see your question earlier. If you still have OS X installed: could you check to see if the radeonhd.kext is loaded after startup? You can see that by starting System Profiler and then select Extensions in the section Software. It should be listed there. Oh, and if you're using Snow Leopard: make sure the system starts in 32 bit mode. I have Chameleon RC4 (latest atm) installed and I boot into 32b mode by modifying /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist to have the value for Kernel Flags be arch=i386. Hope that this will help you out! I think I wasn't too clear in that post. I never had CI/QE working: I was talking about the fact that I couldn't find the original 'source' (read: url) of the RadeonHD.kext that I used. So alas: I'm still waiting for that as well (though it's probably in vain...)
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    ATI mobility radeon HD3650

    Search for RadeonHD.kext. Remove/rename/move ATIRadeonX2000.kext (in /System/Library/Extensions). Install RadeonHD.kext in /Extra/Extensions or in /System/Library/Extensions. Fix permissions (Disk Utility or running something like Kext Utility). Reboot. Then you should have the ability to switch resolutions. No CI/QE, but at least it's workable. Stuff like Expose/Spaces don't work that well, but I switch applications with Alt-Tab and windows with Alt-"Key above Tab" (Alt is my Command key) so I don't have to use expose/spaces. Feel free to ask more if you'll get in trouble.
  6. I have the same laptop and I was wondering: does your audio input work? Sorry for the slight off topic question...
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    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650 driver hopefully?

    Well, what works for me is the detection of my screen and resolution switching. But alas: no CI/QE. I tried to look up the pages and kext that helped me get it to 'work' but I couldn't find them anymore. I'll try to find them later tonight. How I got it to 'work' on just installed iPC 10.5.6: Remove /S/L/E/ATIRadeonX2000.kext Install RadeonHD.kext from attached zip file Reboot while keeping fingers crossed I use a Dell Studio 1737 with ATI mobility Radeon 3650 HD with deviceid: 0x9591 1002 Surprisingly useable without CI/QE! Good luck! RadeonHD.kext.10.5.zip