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LCD Problem after MacVidia Install

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so after a hard day's work yesterday i managed to get the JaS 10.4.7 running.


programs worked (except for itunes which said i don't have enough ram after i updated it to the 7th version), but i had a 1024x768 resolution, which kinda sucked.


so i thought i install the macvidia driver to change my res to native and at rebot my LCD (sony SDM-HX 53S) showed an "out of range" 65,7 Hz / 85 Hz warning and staied black.


i wanted to go to the macvidia homepage, but it seems like it's down, so i came here and read all kinds of posts about possible fixes.


i tried the Graphic Mode = 1280x1024@85, the same thing with 60, then i tried adding the boot key into the com.apple.Boot thingy but still same result.


i just can't get the thing working.

did i miss something?


i have an Nvidia FX 5500 256MB.


is there any way to configure the macvidia driver over command line? (starting with -s -x -v flag, fsck -fy etc.)


would really be cool if someone could help

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Same happens on 10.5.8, Msi Geforce 3 Ti500!





are not anywhere on an ideneb 1.6 installation.



way out is


install from scratch

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