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I have installe dmy laptop with kalyway 10.5.2and i have updated him to 10.5.4.




But i cannot modify my screen resolution and i works on 1024x768.


Can someone help me to install the good driver, im not a very advanced mac user...




Thanks all,

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i tried very much things to get that video card workin. i got a Toshiba Pro A100 with the X1600 Mobility Radeon 71c5 (256mb + 256mb), but there was always a bug -.-.

the best result i get with this using iAtkos v7 10.5.7, Voodoo 9.7.0:



(you have to replace the atiradeonx1000.kext with a newer one, that includes your device id or modify one, because when you not do it, you get a fully transparent bar. and by fully i mean fully not blurry!)


the thing is that it works sometimes and sometimes not. you have to restart many times till you have luck and the blue leopard screen comes up (and load the rest), but mostly you just get blue and black stripes before it ends in a black screen.

somebody got an idea how to fix this? i spent too much hours to give up now! it works perfectly with FULL res change and FULL QE/CI, but just sometimes, thats the problem and thats what make it unuseable...

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