1. Please try what I added in # 16.
2. Maybe remove "agdpmod = pikera"
(NVRAM \ Add \ 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82 \ boot-args)
Thanks a lot!
I didn't see #16
I tried your config.plist but it didn't change the outcome. Still stuck at the same level
After removing agdpmod=pikera from boot-args
-> same thing. The only improvement is that now the PC can shutdown/reboot normally (I don't need to press the power/reset button anymore). I'm not sure I should consider this an improvement (since there might be other ways to fix that), but at least it's that.
Thanks again, though...
I tried the following
And now after reboot my display is working and the resolution is right :)))
However, the mac doesn't seem to be sure wheter it's an iMacPro or a MacPro !?!?!
And I get an error message saying there is now too much ram on my MacPro
Should I be concerned?
How good of a choice was it to move from iMacPro1,1 to MacPro7,1?