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Will Salley
6.8.4 Updater brought back old issues
on Dec 29, 2008 at 8:36:35 am

Darn, I updated the system and the same problem has re-appeared with the second monitor.

Here's the original thread.

http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/124/868971#868971

Primary System Info -
Mac Pro 2x3.2 Quadcore - 10.5.6 - QT 7.5.5 - 14 GB RAM - nvidia8800GT - SATA internal & external storage - Blackmagic Multibridge Pro (v6.7)- Open GL 1.5.9 - Wacom Intous2 tablet


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Rob Alexander
Re: 6.8.4 Updater brought back old issues
on Jan 12, 2009 at 4:10:23 pm

If you look at 'about this mac' it will almost certainly tell you that quartz extreme is not supported on the second monitor. I saw this problem about 6 months ago, zapping the PRAM worked for me - might have reinstalled BM drivers too (was a while ago!)

Good luck



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Will Salley
Re: 6.8.4 Updater brought back old issues
on Jan 12, 2009 at 4:55:34 pm

Thanks Rob, I re-installed the 6.7 version software but I still have the problem. I'll try the PRAM reset next. The system info has never recognized the Quartz Extreme capabilities of the second monitor so I don't know if that has anything to do with it since the problem has disappeared and reappeared with certain updates.





Primary System Info -
Mac Pro 2x3.2 Quadcore - 10.5.6 - QT 7.5.5 - 14 GB RAM - nvidia8800GT - SATA internal & external storage - Blackmagic Multibridge Pro (v6.7)- Open GL 1.5.9 - Wacom Intous2 tablet


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Rob Alexander
Re: 6.8.4 Updater brought back old issues
on Jan 12, 2009 at 5:09:07 pm

If you turn off your multibridge and restart I'll bet it'll see both monitors as quartz extreme enabled.



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Mark Johnson
Re: 6.8.4 Updater brought back old issues
on Jan 14, 2009 at 5:12:40 pm

This is happening to me as well. Are we still waiting for an Apple fix, or is BM going to be addressing this?



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