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geforce 6200 Le 265mb vram, 2 monitors

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hello

 

I've found a topic whit the same question as I have... but it's never answered... :( :

 

I'm also having issues with dual display on my Nvida card.

 

GEForce 5700 Ultra - One VGA, one DVI

 

Monitor#1: Syncmaster 955DF 19" CRT, via VGA cable to VGA port

Monitor#2: ViewSonic A98f 19" CRT, via VGA cable to DVI/VGA adapter to DVI port

 

Tried Natit, Natit Dual 0.1 and Natit Dual 0.2

 

1) When booting, the POST screen and the initial apple grey screen come up on both. I know this is just the default mode of the card, as when in the BIOS it's on both screens mirrored.

2) Screen goes black (like normal when it's activating monitors)

3a) With both plugged in (even switching them around), only the monitor connected to the VGA port activates. Other stays black and goes to sleep.

3b) With only the DVI port plugged in (via DVI/VGA adapter) it activates it fine.

3c) With only the VGA port plugged in (directly) it activates fine.

 

So, when I have both plugged in, it appears to not be able to activate the DVI port on my card.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks.

 

(or see this topic )

 

My videocard is an geforce 6200 le 265mb vram....

(One VGA, one DVI)

 

What can i do?? (or which kext do i need?)

 

I hope anybody can help me...

 

(sorry for my bad English... ;) )

 

p.s. I do have qe/ci (whit natit or titan)

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Solved :D

 

I've now two monitors working :wacko:

 

I've installed Natit Dual v0.01.kext (natit dual v0.01.zip )

 

and then i replaced the nvcap with my nvcap value (04000000 00000100 02000000 00000000 00000000 from: here )

 

reboot and..... dual screen :):D wow :blink: (and qe/ci enz...)

 

thanks

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I've now two monitors working ;)

 

I've installed Natit Dual v0.01.kext (natit dual v0.01.zip )

 

and then i replaced the nvcap with my nvcap value (04000000 00000100 02000000 00000000 00000000 from: here )

 

Excuse my stupidity but how do I find my nvcap value?

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