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  1. Hey, I'm quoting from another thread... IF after close and open lid, the screen is scrumbled. I suggest the DSDT Clamshell fix in Silencers's post. It changes the behavior to sleep when lid is closed. Now sleep is supported in latest driver, so this should be no problem. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=190586 Try this.
  2. Hey all, I'm brand new to this and need some help getting QE/CI enabled. My system is an HP dv2 (1027ca) with an ATI x1250 (sometimes reads 1270) GPU - Dev. id 0x791f1002. I have Dong's RadeonHD.kext working to give me all resolutions (many thanks!!). In the meantime, I deleted all other "ATI" related kexts other than ATIRadeonDVDDriver.bundle that would have come with my original stock iAtkos v7 ATI HD driver set. My first question is: Should I reeinstall all those ATI kexts (they were stuff like: ATIRadeon8500GA.plugin, ATIRadeonX1000GLDriver.bundle and a whole lot of others) but going through the iAtkos install process (only drivers)?? Or are there only a select few that I need? From reading several forums all over the place, I get a bit of conflicting info as to whether I need to adjust the ATIRadeonX1000.kext or the ATIRadeonX2000.kext. I have tried adjusting a 1000 kext to include my device in the 1st string, then using a Hex editor (0xED) I tried to find and replace the existing ID, but the problem is that I'm not sure where that kext came from. Can someone send me an ATIRadeonX1000.kext that has been altered with my Dev id? (email to jfrost7@hotmail.com) or post here? The one I tried to edit constantly gave KPs so I removed it through terminal. Are there post-installation instructions that I need to follow? Like I said, this is my first 2 weeks ever attempting anything like this - I've been playing with PCs for awhile, but never really down to the code. I'm a noob but I'm eager to learn and catch on quick. Thanks for anyone's guidance in advance!
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