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So I have a somewhat odd problem today, ...
Blurry Image/Wrong Aspect Ratio at Native Resolution
NVIDIA 8400GS + NVinject + 1600x900 Resolution
So I have a somewhat odd problem today, been researching for two days with no results.
My issue is that when I apply my native resolution of 1600 x 900 using my NVidia 8400GS 512 MB card with the NVinject.kext*, I get the resolution, however the aspect ratio appears to be screwed up so my desktop looks squeezed together. It seems like my 16:9 resolution is being displayed as 16:10. To add to the confusion, when I apply any other HD resolution (720p e.g.) the desktop stretches and takes full advantage of the screen real estate like it should.
So as a fix attempt I set my monitor (LG Flatron W2040T) to stretch the image to fit the whole screen. It works, however everything is relatively blurry and text is rather difficult to read.
Computer: Dell Inspiron 530s**
Chipset: G33/G31 with GMA 3100 integrated graphics (I don't use it because I use dual monitors)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.8 GHz
OS X Version: 10.6.6
OS X 86 Distro: iAtkos S3 V2
Few additional/odd issues:
I hear slight static with audio (not a present issue in Ubuntu and Windows)
Certain websites won't load in either Safari or Chrome, like YouTube and kexts.com, among others.
[However the websites load fine in Firefox, not the issue that bugs me the most but certainly eager for a solution]
I know that's a lot of info, lol, but if any of you have had similar problems/solutions, I'd love to hear!
* Other nVidia kexts don't seem to work at all, but if you got it work, great!
** If anyone else has an Inspiron 530s, I can help you if you have hackintoshing problems, video card issues aside, of course.
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