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eightballbill

Black screen for a long time at boot with natit.

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I've upgraded my GPU to a asus en7600gt wich works great with natit.

The only thing that disappoints me is that i have to wait a long time to get the card recognized and working at boot. Is there a fix for that?

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I've the same problem.

 

It's just the last thing to resolve to have the perfect hackintosh.

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Have the same problem though it only occurs when i use a second display to go dual with my nvidia. Seems as though it's scanning the resolution modes and take awhile to detect the second display. Although once it comes up the displays are set with the correct resolution.

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I had this issue, and I found that I had connected my display to the second dvi port, connecting to the first fixed it instantly.

 

I've got XFX 7600gt.

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I fixed it by installing the neopheus package and the natit.kext from the natit dual package 0.2 by bofors. It is still black when loginwindow.app starts, but at least it doesn't delay the boot process.

I still can't get sleep to work!!!

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