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OSx86 10.4.5 successfully installed on an HP Pavillion tower with an Intel Extreme ...
OSx86 10.4.5 successfully installed on an HP Pavillion tower with an Intel Extreme (XTREEEEME!!1) Graphics Card, 845G.
I have an HDTV with no drivers, and it is capable of 1366x768 resolution. But OSx86 is stuck at 1024x768.
I have attempted to change the
sudo pico /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist
file, to no avail. Typing in the graphics mode parameters at boot does nothing, as well.
It is worth noting that on a fresh Windows install with this machine, I am stuck on 640x480 until I downloaded the Intel drivers from here. I'd assumed it was because my HDTV was not plug and play. After a reboot, I had full 1366x768 resolution. And it was good, and there was much rejoicing.
Also worth noting, Ubuntu does not recognize the widescreen-ality of this graphics card at all, either - no amount of xorg fiddling or BIOS cache patching would do the trick. I was stuck at 1024x768 there as well, and in addition I had to force it into the 810 graphics driver, because it mistakenly defaulted to 915 (even a gparted livecd has to be forced into 810 video mode with this graphics card and display combination, or else the GUI won't load)
I am writing this from a PowerBook G4. I can use the VGA adapter and plug it into my HDTV, and it recognizes the higher resolution right away.
I am running 10.4.5, and in my extensions folder I have the following:
but no 810 or 830 files, so editing those aren't an option as mentioned in this thread.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Having a beautiful 32" widescreen monitor stuck at 1024x768 is agonizing.
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