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Default 11-07-2009, 03:51 PM

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everything shuld work..includ bluetooth except sleep requires dsdt editing..also update 2 10.6.1..if u use the viao p extra folder it will error on boot..use the folder supplied will give u boot camp theme plus no error
okay still waiting for os x to install on mini 10 =! is it ok to use software update to upgrade to 10.6.1?
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update to 10.6.1 no problems
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Default 11-07-2009, 05:16 PM

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update to 10.6.1 no problems
brill ! okay now os x has loaded again howver there is still no proper resolution!!!!ahhh ive tried kext utility didnt work! i actually think your 1st dsdt file works better than the one in the folder
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Default 11-08-2009, 03:53 AM

Please keep us updated on the screen resolution issues.
Which screen/s are you using? The 1024x600 or the HD 1366x768 one?

If any of you can report on the HDMI output, that would be awesome.

Thanks!
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Default 11-08-2009, 04:37 AM

Try typing this at the bootloader (for the standard resolution screen)
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“Graphics Mode”=”1024×600x32@60Hz”
and for the high resolution screen:
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“Graphics Mode”=”1366×768x32@60Hz”
This should set the video mode if possible. You won't have hardware acceleration (but you already knew that, never had it to begin with anyways).


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Default 11-08-2009, 11:25 AM

okay thanks for the reply but how do i enter these commands at start up? like how do i type in the command ?

okay so worked it out but resolution still not changed! emm would it matter what version of chameleon im using?im using chameleon rc 3 im really starting to get frustrated by this!I dont know what to do to change the resolution
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Default 11-08-2009, 01:50 PM

It's really all dependent on the video modes that the video bios reports. In chameleon you can use the up / down arrows to select the video info option. Anything in there you can use as the resolution. On the mini 9 / 10v, only non widescreen resolutions are available, so the min 10 is probably similar.


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Default 11-08-2009, 02:42 PM

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It's really all dependent on the video modes that the video bios reports. In chameleon you can use the up / down arrows to select the video info option. Anything in there you can use as the resolution. On the mini 9 / 10v, only non widescreen resolutions are available, so the min 10 is probably similar.
right so i did this and it says my max resolution is 876x576x32 so what to do next?os there a way to update my video bios or something?

okay so bow i find my bios is way outta date!like a03 and the latest is a09 ill try udate bios see what i can do
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Default 11-11-2009, 11:34 AM

Is there a good tutorial to be found to get this working?
I have found Guides | OS X | mechdrew, and the ones in the second posting, but struggle which one is better.

Any tips on this, and also, does the HDMI work on the 10?
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Wink Wait for it - 11-11-2009, 12:30 PM

just updated the dell mini 10 to 10.6.2 and used a patched kernel 10.2 to make the update complete
Snow Leopard 10.6.2 with mach_kernel at 10.2
still everything works fast bluetooth,webcam,wifi network with railink drivers,touchpad,internal mic but... resolution at 1024x768 bcus reliable Linux drivers in development,and sleep
suggestion wait for reliable drivers to cme then ill help u put snow leopard and update it to 10.6.2
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