Screen corruption - NOT resolution related...
I've been reading this site for a while, and have read through the tutorials about installing OS X on my PC so I didn't seem like a complete N00B if anything went wrong, but it seems that my efforts to find the information I need have run out of steam...
I have the following set-up:
ASUS P5N-E SLI Motherboard
Intel Dual Core 3.0GHz Processor
nVidia 8800GT 1GB Graphics
Dual monitor set-up (1280x800 and 1680x1200)
I've installed OS X 10.5.5 using iATKOS installer, modifying my bios as directed elsewhere, and *functionally* it works fine.
iATKOS was my second attempt at installing OS X - I'd previously installed 10.5.2 using Kalyway, but when I tried to upgrade this to 10.5.3, I got the same result as I'm about to describe with iATKOS.
Basically, even though OS X works fine, the desktop keeps showing minor corruption on screen. This affects everything - menus, desktop and icons. It's almost like little strips of pixels are being corrupted (it's not like the whole thing turns to crap or anything), but it's pretty unnerving, as it kinda suggests that the system is unstable due to some kind of memory leak to me.
Now, although I've been very diligent with my research into how to install OS X, I'm still a bit of a N00B when it comes to .kext files etc. I don't know how to install them from outside of OS X (command line) or anything like that, so please excuse my ignorance.
Anyway - my simple question is:
Does anyone know of a fix for this crappy corruption, and if so, could someone tell me how to implement this fix?
Thanks in advance for both your patience and help! :)