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  1. Dual DVI (with the laptop closed -- technically I believe the HD3000 can only drive two monitors at the hardware level). The current bootpack from today: http://www.osxlatitude.com/packs/Dell/Dell_Latitude_e6220-mav.zip
  2. Just to follow up on this: I upgrade to 10.9 using the latest myHack and bootpack (as of today). With no other changes... out of the box... I have the E6220 in a dock driving two external monitors flawlessly.
  3. Ok, I've rebuilt twice. Your bootpack blue screens on my machine. I wonder if there are different variations of the E6220. The only thing I can figure out is that in the logs, I have a prelinked error on some kexts. I wonder if the right kexts aren't loading. Otherwise, I'm out of ideas. Thanks for your help.
  4. I'm on BIOS A04... Let me start there and see if that fixes it. Update: No go on the BIOS update. I'm rebuilding from scratch. 10.8.4 install with myHack 3.2b8 and we'll see if that fixes it.
  5. Still no go. I got a kernel panic in the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement, so I switched that out to NullPowerManagement and it boots fine. Your version shows 64MB Shared Memory (compared with mine originally showing 512MB). But I still get the following screens detected: 9/2/13 9:39:28.247 PM WindowServer[81]: Display 0x0c198580: MappedDisplay Unit 0; Vendor 0xe430 Model 0x6616 S/N 0 Dimensions 10.91 x 6.14; online enabled built-in, Bounds (0,0)[1366 x 768], Rotation 0, Resolution 1 9/2/13 9:39:28.247 PM WindowServer[81]: Display 0x003f003e: MappedDisplay Unit 2; Vendor 0xffffffff Model 0xffffffff S/N -1 Dimensions 0.00 x 0.00; offline enabled, Bounds (2390,0)[1 x 1], Rotation 0, Resolution 1 9/2/13 9:39:28.247 PM WindowServer[81]: Display 0x003f003d: MappedDisplay Unit 1; Vendor 0xffffffff Model 0xffffffff S/N -1 Dimensions 0.00 x 0.00; offline enabled, Bounds (2391,0)[1 x 1], Rotation 0, Resolution 1
  6. No go. The login screen flashes and the laptop goes to sleep. Once I start it back up, the LCD display works fine. I'm closer. I now see this in the logs: 8/31/13 9:40:42.692 PM WindowServer[79]: Display 0x0c198580: MappedDisplay Unit 0; Vendor 0xe430 Model 0x6616 S/N 0 Dimensions 10.91 x 6.14; online enabled built-in, Bounds (0,0)[1366 x 768], Rotation 0, Resolution 1 8/31/13 9:40:42.692 PM WindowServer[79]: Display 0x003f003e: MappedDisplay Unit 2; Vendor 0xffffffff Model 0xffffffff S/N -1 Dimensions 0.00 x 0.00; offline enabled, Bounds (2390,0)[1 x 1], Rotation 0, Resolution 1 8/31/13 9:40:42.692 PM WindowServer[79]: Display 0x003f003d: MappedDisplay Unit 1; Vendor 0xffffffff Model 0xffffffff S/N -1 Dimensions 0.00 x 0.00; offline enabled, Bounds (2391,0)[1 x 1], Rotation 0, Resolution 1
  7. Hi all, I am running an E6220 with the HD3000 integrated graphics card. I am trying to get an external monitor working. I have tried the HDMI, VGA, and DVI ports with no luck. Using EDP and the E6220 profile, I enabled the VGA/HDMI fix with no lock. Additionally, I've tried a variety of AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext and AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext with no luck. Any suggestions on things to try? Thanks.
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