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  1. I have plugged a projector (Panasonic AX200) in my graphics card's (GTX 560ti) secondary DVI port with a DVI-HDMI cable. In the primary port there's my BenQ monitor (DVI-DVI). I had no problem's for the first few months with this setup but this has been going on for a few weeks now: when I turn off the projector and turn the monitor back on, after a few seconds strange artifacts appear on my monitor, mouse cursor stops moving, keyboard stops working and everything freezes. If I don't press reset, the screen usually turns blue eventually. What's causing this and how to solve it? I don't have any power saving settings enabled and no screen savers. I have set up the projector to show an extended desktop. I read the thread " NVIDIA GTS 450 - "Blue Screen" after changing resolution" and updated to 10.8.2 and installed the Nvidia drivers as recommended there as a solution. It didn't have any effect on my problem however. Here's a photo of what happens: http://i.imgur.com/liSZE.jpg Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this? Thanks!
  2. Hello! I've been racking my brain trying to get my 560Ti card working in Mountain Lion. Some people seem to have it working OOB, but no such luck here. I've tried all the boot flags applicable to video issues, no luck. Can't seem to find any kexts for it either! So I can't get native resolution, or any kind of acceleration. If I load anything with any kind of graphic movement (the scrolling bar in Safari for example) it immediately crashes the system (with no error). It just freezes the screen until I force a restart by holding the power button. Can anyone help me figure out how to possibly edit the working kexts for Lion, to work in Mountain Lion? Or maybe show me what I need to do to come to a solution that might work? Thank you!
  3. I've searched in a few places, and it may just be my wording, but I can't find anything telling me exactly what I want to know. So forgive me if this has been asked before! I am mostly curious if running on Mountain Lion, my desktop will still have it's temperature safety features? I know Windows machines use the BIOS for fan controls right? So if I was in Windows 7, and the temps ever got too hot, the machine would shut itself off before causing damage? If I understand right, real macs use SMC for this? I never really checked my temps running under Windows. I could always hear the fans kick up if I ever did anything really processor/graphics intensive, so I just never thought about it. But I've noticed under OS X, my machine never turns the fans up at all really. I've attached a photo of what my temps are under normal circumstances/idle. But every once in a while when I do something fairly intensive, the temps shoot up very high, and the fans never seem to change speed. So what I am wondering, is if first of all, should they ever get dangerously high on the processor or graphics card, will the normal safeguards keep things from getting damaged? And second, is there something I can do to make it so that the fans come on as they should? I've read about people working on the DSDT but I don't have one (or at least if all hacks have one, I never modified it) so I am not sure how to proceed. Thanks!
  4. EDIT: The answer is often closer than you might think, Installer: http://www.osx86.net/downloads.php?do=file&id=2074 Follow the instructions in the installer. LION. Mods remove link if not allowed. if so, others with same problem just search for "560ti" on osx86.net Thanks for a great installer. ASUS GeForce GTX 560Ti 1GB DirectCU II TOP (ENGTX560 Ti DCII TOP/2DI/1GD5) Hey everybody! I've been working for days on trying to get this card to work under Lion 10.7.2 now. Device ID's has been tested, npci=1200 does not work either. Does anyone have an idea what to do here?!? (driving me crazy) Ive compiled a DSDT under windows, theres also a precompiled DSDT at tonymacs site. Mobo is: ga-h57m-usb3 If anyone has it working with DSDT edits that 'be great, or if anyone can point me in the right direction atleast. Thanks /H
  5. Hi, I'm trying to install Snow Leopard on my PC (I have an AMD CPU so can't install Lion) but my resolution is stuck at 1024x768 which is a long way off my monitor at 1920x1200. I have a 560ti which I have read is not compatible with Snow Leopard and needs Lion but this is out of the option due to the lack of AMD kernel. Is it possible to either get my 560ti working in Snow Leopard or at least increase the resolution to 1920x1200? I have tried setting "GraphicsMode"=1920x1200x32 at the bootloader but when I get into OSX, the resolution has decreased to 1600x1200. Any help would be greatly appreciated
  6. Good afternoon all! Almost running 10.8.2 smooth in my system, just one thing that is not working well, the AGPM. I'm using the MacPro5,1 system definition and a self-edited AGPM.kext. In the console, when I search for AGPM, I get the message [AGPM Controller] build GPUDict by Vendor10deDevice1200, but, don't get any state changes. My card is running full load all the time (850mhz) and with a temperature of 55~60ºC. My MacPro5,1 key is edited as follows: <key>MacPro5,1</key> <dict> <key>LogControl</key> <integer>0</integer> <key>Vendor10deDevice1200</key> <dict> <key>BoostPState</key> <array> <integer>0</integer> <integer>1</integer> <integer>2</integer> <integer>3</integer> </array> <key>BoostTime</key> <array> <integer>3</integer> <integer>3</integer> <integer>3</integer> <integer>3</integer> </array> <key>Heuristic</key> <dict> <key>ID</key> <integer>0</integer> <key>IdleInterval</key> <integer>100</integer> <key>SensorOption</key> <integer>1</integer> <key>TargetCount</key> <integer>5</integer> <key>Threshold_High</key> <array> <integer>55</integer> <integer>40</integer> <integer>60</integer> <integer>100</integer> </array> <key>Threshold_Low</key> <array> <integer>0</integer> <integer>75</integer> <integer>90</integer> <integer>98</integer> </array> </dict> <key>control-id</key> <integer>17</integer> </dict> </dict> Is there anything wrong? Could be something related with the graphics driver? Thanks in advance!