Discuss 10.6.2 1080p HDTV issue.. at the Installation - Hackint0sh.org; So I've successfully got 10.6.2 running on my Q6600 PC. I have an NVIDIA Geforce ...
10.6.2 1080p HDTV issue..
So I've successfully got 10.6.2 running on my Q6600 PC. I have an NVIDIA Geforce 9800GT (1024MB), and two screens, a 22 inch LG (1680x1050) and a 37 inch Toshiba HDTV (1080p).
If I boot into OSX with the 1080p screen connected to the graphics card, it doesn't display anything on it, just black, as if it were on standby. The machine's doing something, can hear the HDD, etc.
If I boot into OSX with just the 1680x1050 screen connected, it boots in fine, displays in 1680x1050, no problems. If I plug the 1080p screen in while OSX is already running here, it just freezes the machine, no error, just a frozen cursor, etc.
I'm using GraphicsEnabler, but I've also tried Aquamac's manual GFX strings, NVInject, NVKush, and a couple of other things.
Can an OSx86 install display at 1080p? Is this something I'm going to be able to get working?
Which output of your graphic Card are you using…HDMI or PC output?
Originally Posted by thisjanuary
I used to have to same issue in the beginning but after I installed a different kext/driver problem solved. I used "cudadriver 2.3.1a macos.pkg" for NVIDIA Graphics Card. I have a sony Bravia 52" LCD TV model KDL-52VL150. Also my TV has 120 Hz but I got only 60 Hz with NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GS. I have connected my TV via HDMI.
My Graphic/Displays is setup as follow:
Chipset Model: Nvidia GeForce
PCIe Lane Width: x16
VRAM (Total): 768 MB
Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de)
Device ID: 0x0623
Revision ID: 0x00a1
ROM Revision: 0.8.8 - autoconf
Status: Display Connected
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
Main Display: Yes
Last Modified: 1/22/10 10:05 AM
64-Bit (Intel): No
and in the "startup Items":
Description: Nvidia CUDA Kernel Extension
Provides: CUDA Kernel Extension
Order Preference: Late
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It's a DVI to HDMI cable to the HDTV, and a DVI to DVI cable for the 22" LG screen.
Originally Posted by Extraspeed
By thisjanuary in forum Installation
Last Post: 02-09-2010, 05:59 PM