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[Risolto] problemi visualizzazione giochi nVidia GeForce GT230

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Salve a tutti, e grazie a chi saprà aiutarmi.

ho installato sul il pc in firma (HP Pavilion p6128it) SnowLeopard Hazard, ora sono alla versione 10.6.7 .

Funziona tutto (per ora), tranne un problema sulla scheda video. All'avvio di un gioco un pò pesante mi dà dei problemi.

Mi spiego meglio:

Angry Bird-> funziona tutto bene

Governator of poker-> schermo blu

Metal Slug-> schermo come se avesse la luminosità bassissima

Call Of Duty 4 -> schermo completamente nero (audio perfetto).

 

questo è il risultato di System Profiler Grafica/monitor

Unknown:

 

Modello Chipset: Unknown

Tipo: GPU

Bus: PCIe

Slot: Slot-1

Larghezza Lane PCIe: x16

VRAM (totale): 1536 MB

Fornitore: NVIDIA (0x10de)

ID dispositivo: 0x0603

ID revisione: 0x00a2

Revisione ROM: xx.xx.xx - internal

Monitor:

Mostra connettore:

Stato: Nessun monitor collegato

HP 2309:

Risoluzione: 1440 x 900 @ 60 Hz

Profondità pixel: Colore 32 bit (ARGB8888)

Monitor principale: Sì

Mirror: Spento

Online: Sì

Rotazione: Supportata

 

QE/CI attivi. Kext solo GRAPHICS ENABLER.

 

Grazie a chi saprà aiutarmi. Buona serata :)

 

 

EDIT: ho risolto comprando un adattatore DVI/VGA, ora funzionano tutti.

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