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  1. Hi all I'm trying too many days to enable resolution in my Mavericks with Intel hd2000 Today I saw pokenguyen AIO excellent guide and he wrote there that hd2000 isn't supported for Mavericks Does it mean I can't get resolution other than 1024??? I don't need acceleration!! The guide: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/298027-guide-aio-guides-for-hackintosh/ Maybe I need to change to another OS X? Right now I'm injecting with dsdt device id 126 (real is 102) and getting appleintelgraphicshd3000.kext loaded But only 1024 px However appleintelsnbgraphicsfb.kext isn't loaded And when I replace it I get drmstatus error And I've noticed many of my kexts has no info.plist Is that a problem? Which kexts do I need? Can I copy kexts from cameleon recovery drive? I'm using latest clover right now Thanks!!
  2. Hello! I've been running High Sierra (Currently 10.13.3) on VMWare Player 12.5.9. I'm running it on a Dell XPS 15 9560 with the 4k screen. Currently I'm able to run OSX in either Native 4k resolution, or scaled to 1080p. I wanted to know if it was possible to add a 1440p scaled mode? Right now if I force 1440p resolution using VMWare tools, I simply get a smaller window with the virtual machine. So, as I understand, I need to add a HiDPI version of the resolution. Can anyone lend a helping hand? Thank you!
  3. Post here your ATI working card. Only cards that remain usable, with minor to no glitches, with either Lion 64-bit or Mountain Lion. nVidia suggestions, Intel or Snow Leopard/Lion 32-bit will be deleted without previous notification. Counting on you, guys! This topic will help AMD users to weight better their options facing an upgrade to Mountain Lion or to the 64-bit version of Lion, since graphics is a very important issue to be considered, specially with OSX. Important: please post the exact model of your card, preferentially with the device ID. Sometimes a slightly different version of the same model won't work the same way, as you can see here, starting with post #92: http://www.insanelym...80#entry1901192
  4. macrovers

    GTS 450 not detected

    Hi everybody, i have installed iAtKOS L2 ( lion 10.7.2 11c74 ) on my HP Pavilion a6230in. Issue > GPU not detected and display resolution only 1024x720 ( mine is a HPw1907 1440x900 ) My Specs: Intel Pentium ® Dual CPU E2140 @ 1.60 GHZ. ASUS P5LP-LE 2.5 GB RAM Network Card - Intel Pro 100 VE GPU - ASUS GTS450 1 GB DDR5 The issue is that my mackintosh doesn't recognize my GPU. When i go to > About this mac > System Report > Graphics and Display I get this >> Display: Type: GPU Bus: PCIe PCIe Lane Width: x16 VRAM (Total): 3 MB Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de) Device ID: 0x1245 Revision ID: 0x00a1 Displays: Display: Resolution: 1024 x 768 Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888) Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes The options i ticked during install are : Boot loader > Chameleon 2.1 Boot loader Options > Graphics Enabler Built in Ethernet Patches > FakeSMC Disabler RTC>RTC Ev0Reboot IOPCIFamily Drivers > Main hardware > SATA/IDE > ACHI SATA Sound > VoodooHDA > 2.7.2 USB > USB Hardware Sensors > CPU Motherboard nVIDIA VGA Cards PS/2 VGA > nVidia > GF100 Network > I didn't select anything, after installation i added AppleIntel8255x.kext to S/L/E ( with modified value in info.Plist ) using kext wizard. So anybody who have installed GTS450 or any fermi cards, kindly have a look and suggest me to figure this out.
  5. wildboarcharlie

    Full Resolution on R9 290X

    Hey guys, I've gotten most of my setup to work, but my R9 290X won't give me full resolution on my Ultrawide 21:9 display... I'm connected using HDMI and it gives me 1920x1080 which is not the full 2560x1080 my display can take. I fiddled with System Preferences and even SwitchResX and can't get it to work. I also noticed that HDMI audio doesn't work either. What can I do?
  6. Hi, my new Dell U2515H is connected via DisplayPort to a Intel HD4600. I like this monitor very much but with the native resolution of 2560x1440 pixel system-font looks really small. So I activated HiDPI from the terminal: sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.windowserver.plist DisplayResolutionEnabled -bool true but with the "1280x720 HiDPI" resolution the screen is to small After a long search I found a solution - display overrides. For this I put an override-file 'DisplayProductID-d06f' with the code below to /System/Library/Displays/Contents/Resources/Overrides/DisplayVendorID-10ac/DisplayProductID-d06f <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>DisplayProductName</key> <string>Dell U2515H (HiDPI)</string> <key>DisplayVendorID</key> <integer>4268</integer> <key>DisplayProductID</key> <integer>53359</integer> <key>scale-resolutions</key> <array> <data>AAAPAAAACHAAAAAB</data> <!-- 3840x2160 to get 1920x1080 HiDPI --> <data>AAAMgAAABwgAAAAB</data> <!-- 3200x1800 to get 1600x900 HiDPI --> <data>AAALQAAABlQAAAAB</data> <!-- 2880x1620 to get 1440x810 HiDPI --> </array> </dict> </plist> The Monitor use another ProductID if it's connected to HDMI. Therefore I need another override file. To verify the ProductID, I use this from terminal: ioreg -l -w0 -d0 -r -c AppleDisplay | grep ID | grep -v IO This override has a patched EDID to support RGB color mode with HDMI (see http://embdev.net/topic/284710 for more info) <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>DisplayProductName</key> <string>Dell U2515H (HiDPI + RGB)</string> <key>IODisplayEDID</key> <data>AP///////wAQrG/QTEE0MCkZAQSlNx94JkRVqVVNnSYPUFSlSwCzANEAcU+p QIGAd4ABAQEBVl4AoKCgKVAwIDUAKTchAAAaAAAA/wBYWFhYWFhYWFhYWFgK AAAA/ABERUxMIFUyNTE1SAogAAAA/QA4Vh5xHgEKICAgICAgAKM=</data> <key>DisplayVendorID</key> <integer>4268</integer> <key>DisplayProductID</key> <integer>53360</integer> <key>scale-resolutions</key> <array> <data>AAAPAAAACHAAAAAB</data> <!-- 3840x2160 to get 1920x1080 HiDPI --> <data>AAAMgAAABwgAAAAB</data> <!-- 3200x1800 to get 1600x900 HiDPI --> <data>AAALQAAABlQAAAAB</data> <!-- 2880x1620 to get 1440x810 HiDPI --> </array> </dict> </plist> Reboot and done For easy resolution switching I wrote a command-line tool based on RetinaDisplayMenu. I put SetDisplayResolution to /usr/local/bin and use Karabiner to create the keyboard shortcuts. From my private.xml <vkopenurldef> <name>KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_2560x1440</name> <url type="shell">/usr/local/bin/SetDisplayResolution -w 2560 -h 1440 -s 1</url> </vkopenurldef> <vkopenurldef> <name>KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_1920x1080_HiDpi</name> <url type="shell">/usr/local/bin/SetDisplayResolution -w 1920 -h 1080 -s 2</url> </vkopenurldef> <vkopenurldef> <name>KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_1600x900_HiDpi</name> <url type="shell">/usr/local/bin/SetDisplayResolution -w 1600 -h 900 -s 2</url> </vkopenurldef> <vkopenurldef> <name>KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_1440x810_HiDpi</name> <url type="shell">/usr/local/bin/SetDisplayResolution -w 1440 -h 810 -s 2</url> </vkopenurldef> <vkopenurldef> <name>KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_1280x720_HiDpi</name> <url type="shell">/usr/local/bin/SetDisplayResolution -w 1280 -h 720 -s 2</url> </vkopenurldef> <item> <name>Apple Magic Keyboard</name> <item> <name>BRIGHTNESS_DOWN+COMMAND_L to SetDisplayResolution 2560x1440</name> <identifier>apple.magic-keyboard.sdr_2560x1440</identifier> <device_only>DeviceVendor::Apple_Bluetooth, DeviceProduct::MAGIC_KEYBOARD</device_only> <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::BRIGHTNESS_DOWN, ModifierFlag::COMMAND_L, KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_2560x1440, Option::NOREPEAT</autogen> </item> <item> <name>BRIGHTNESS_UP+COMMAND_L to SetDisplayResolution 1920x1080 (HiDPI)</name> <identifier>apple.magic-keyboard.sdr_1920x1080_hidpi</identifier> <device_only>DeviceVendor::Apple_Bluetooth, DeviceProduct::MAGIC_KEYBOARD</device_only> <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::BRIGHTNESS_UP, ModifierFlag::COMMAND_L, KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_1920x1080_HiDpi, Option::NOREPEAT</autogen> </item> <item> <name>BRIGHTNESS_UP+COMMAND_L to SetDisplayResolution 1600x900 (HiDPI)</name> <identifier>apple.magic-keyboard.sdr_1600x900_hidpi</identifier> <device_only>DeviceVendor::Apple_Bluetooth, DeviceProduct::MAGIC_KEYBOARD</device_only> <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::BRIGHTNESS_UP, ModifierFlag::COMMAND_L, KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_1600x900_HiDpi, Option::NOREPEAT</autogen> </item> <item> <name>BRIGHTNESS_UP+COMMAND_L to SetDisplayResolution 1440x810 (HiDPI)</name> <identifier>apple.magic-keyboard.sdr_1440x810_hidpi</identifier> <device_only>DeviceVendor::Apple_Bluetooth, DeviceProduct::MAGIC_KEYBOARD</device_only> <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::BRIGHTNESS_UP, ModifierFlag::COMMAND_L, KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_1440x810_HiDpi, Option::NOREPEAT</autogen> </item> <item> <name>BRIGHTNESS_UP+COMMAND_L to SetDisplayResolution 1280x720 (HiDPI)</name> <identifier>apple.magic-keyboard.1280x720</identifier> <device_only>DeviceVendor::Apple_Bluetooth, DeviceProduct::MAGIC_KEYBOARD</device_only> <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::BRIGHTNESS_UP, ModifierFlag::COMMAND_L, KeyCode::VK_OPEN_URL_SHELL_SetDisplayResolution_1280x720_HiDpi, Option::NOREPEAT</autogen> </item> </item> Have Fun! DisplayProductID-d06f.zip SetDisplayResolution.zip DisplayProductID-d070.zip
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