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    Post HDMI work or support by Snow Leopard?

    I'd like to know if HDMI work or support by Snow Leopard? I'm going to install Snow leopard on my HP Pavilion Desktop and I was wondering if anybody in here got it to work.

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    I have installed Snow Leopard OS on my HP Pavilion Desktop m9520f and The HDMI works perfectly, In fact I have my Hackintosh connected to my Sony Bravia TV via HDMI connector and I have a "1920 x 1080" resolution .The graphic card that I have is "NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GS".
    I also runs my Hackintosh on a Dual boots running Snow Leopard and Windows 7...The Bootlaoder Program that I use is "Rebel EFI".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Extraspeed View Post
    I have installed Snow Leopard OS on my HP Pavilion Desktop m9520f and The HDMI works perfectly, In fact I have my Hackintosh connected to my Sony Bravia TV via HDMI connector and I have a "1920 x 1080" resolution .The graphic card that I have is "NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GS".
    I also runs my Hackintosh on a Dual boots running Snow Leopard and Windows 7...The Bootlaoder Program that I use is "Rebel EFI".
    Interesting .... are you using that nvinject ? I have a Lenovo Y450 ( with HDMI out ) with the GT210M and using the GraphicsEnabler = yes in the com.apple.boot.plist ( no nvinject ) and will try it when I get home on my 50 inch plasma

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    Wondering if anyone here is experiencing the same issue I am. When I boot into my SL drive, I will get a blue screen. So I disconnect the HDMI cable and re-connect it, my logon screen appears as it normally would. Now, if I boot into my Windows drive first, then restart into SL, it boots fine. Anyone else having this same issue? I can live with it, but it is annoying as hell. I have dedicated drives for each OS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skateni View Post
    Interesting .... are you using that nvinject ? I have a Lenovo Y450 ( with HDMI out ) with the GT210M and using the GraphicsEnabler = yes in the com.apple.boot.plist ( no nvinject ) and will try it when I get home on my 50 inch plasma
    My Graphic/Displays is setup as follow:

    Nvidia GeForce:

    Chipset Model: Nvidia GeForce
    Type: GPU
    Bus: PCIe
    Slot: Slot-1
    PCIe Lane Width: x16
    VRAM (Total): 768 MB
    Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de)
    Device ID: 0x0623
    Revision ID: 0x00a1
    ROM Revision: 0.8.8 - autoconf
    Displays:
    Display Connector:
    Status: Display Connected
    SONY TV:
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
    Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
    Main Display: Yes
    Mirror: Off
    Online: Yes
    Rotation: Supported
    Television: Yes

    GraphicsAppSupport:

    Version: 1.0
    Last Modified: 1/22/10 10:05 AM
    Kind: Universal
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Location: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/GraphicsAppSupport.framework
    Private: Yes


    and in the "startup Items":
    CUDA:

    Description: Nvidia CUDA Kernel Extension
    Location: /System/Library/StartupItems/CUDA
    Provides: CUDA Kernel Extension
    Enabled: Yes
    Order Preference: Late


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    Quote Originally Posted by dray View Post
    Wondering if anyone here is experiencing the same issue I am. When I boot into my SL drive, I will get a blue screen. So I disconnect the HDMI cable and re-connect it, my logon screen appears as it normally would. Now, if I boot into my Windows drive first, then restart into SL, it boots fine. Anyone else having this same issue? I can live with it, but it is annoying as hell. I have dedicated drives for each OS.

    Cheers
    I used to have to same issue in the beginning but after I installed a different driver problem solved. I have a sony Bravia 52" LCD TV model KDL-52VL150.

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    After I read your posting on "How to install SL using Rebel efi" I decide to install it and it was a "Piece of cake". After I finished the installation I have video thru a HDMI connection..IT REALLY WORKS!..I have a Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz..I don't know too much about MAC OS since I always been a Windows person but I love the Interface...is UNBELIEVABLE! Finally I have my own "Hackintosh" (I can Bragg about it..LOL..everything Works..except the Audio (I need a Sound Driver)..I'm pretty happy.......Also I did 2 partitions (To do dual boots) like you suggested in your post and I'm planning to install Windows 7 as we speak.
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/f152/105653.htm

    Any advice on how to solve a sound Problem?

    I'd like to Thank you very much!!

    P.S. I thought the installation would be a Nightmare since most post talks about Big problems and I don't know anything about Mac OS..I was kinda afraid..

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    Quote Originally Posted by FormulaX View Post
    After I read your posting on "How to install SL using Rebel efi" I decide to install it and it was a "Piece of cake". After I finished the installation I have video thru a HDMI connection..IT REALLY WORKS!..I have a Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz..I don't know too much about MAC OS since I always been a Windows person but I love the Interface...is UNBELIEVABLE! Finally I have my own "Hackintosh" (I can Bragg about it..LOL..everything Works..except the Audio (I need a Sound Driver)..I'm pretty happy.......Also I did 2 partitions (To do dual boots) like you suggested in your post and I'm planning to install Windows 7 as we speak.
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/f152/105653.htm

    Any advice on how to solve a sound Problem?

    I'd like to Thank you very much!!

    P.S. I thought the installation would be a Nightmare since most post talks about Big problems and I don't know anything about Mac OS..I was kinda afraid..
    I'm glad it work out good.....You can Get help with the 3rd Party Drivers List. from OSx86project web site...and also from one of my Post...http://www.hackint0sh.org/f213/107551.htm

    Remember to Always "Backup" with system before installing a new drive,So before you do this, make sure your Time Machine backup or other backup strategy is up-to-date. and Use it on your OWN RISK!


    Donít say I didnít warn you. And donít come crying to me if you lose data. LOL..Always BACKUP your Hard Drive!!

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    Thumbs up Problem Solved

    I fixed a Sound problem after I installed the VoodooHDA.kext from the link you posted..Thanks a lot dude!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Extraspeed View Post
    I used to have to same issue in the beginning but after I installed a different driver problem solved. I have a sony Bravia 52" LCD TV model KDL-52VL150.

    What drivers/kexts are you currently running?

    Cheers
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    iPhone 4 4.1 JailBroken/Unlocked

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