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Foxconn P35A installation tool pack 1.10

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1. - Foxconn P35A tools pack - all-in-one post-installation tool pack designed specifically for this motherboard and Snow Leopard 10.6 / Lion 10.7. Fully patched DSDT included + several useful applications...

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2. - USB - P35A - Foxconn P35A DSDT (BIOS version 6B3F1P43) + EXTRA for USB install method

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What's New in Version 1.10

Released

  • v.1.10 / Serial-ATA (IDE) drivers included / binary patched AppleHDA.kext (10.6.8)
  • v.1.9.1 / NV inject DSDT patch for Lion 10.7.2 / Champlist.app included
  • v.1.8 / Dual Boot Time Sync fix / org.chameleon.Boot.plist for latest Chameleon RC5
  • v.1.7 / The structure of DSDT is rearranged / RTC patch for Lion 10.7 (GM)
  • v.1.6 / Fully patched DSDT BIOS 6B3F1P43.ROM / some minor fixes applied
  • v.1.5 / Fully patched DSDT for last P35A BIOS 6B3F1P43.ROM
  • - NVIDIA (Generic) graphics patch for various (Dual DVI) graphic cards
  • - MacPro3,1 smbios configs for various CPU and RAM memory support
  • v.1.4 / Fully patched DSDT / c-states fix applied
  • v.1.3 / Fully patched DSDT / native sleep works now
  • v.1.2 / Patched DSDT / some minor glitches are fixed
  • v.1.1 / Patched DSDT with HDEF (ALC888) and PEGP for NVIDIA (Dual DVI) graphics



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is not working for me( i have installed this pack with default settings but no luck. Network is working but sound not. Any ideas what's wrong? Thx)

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That's because you need DSDT alc888 patch for audio activation. So if you didn't pick some DSDT from the pack then it's perfectly clear why your audio doesn't work! Default setting doesn't consider installation of DSDT files and smbios.plist because I don?t have a clue what you might have inside your PC case. You need to pick some DSDT and one smbios.plist that will simply match to your hardware configuration.

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Thank you for the advise))))) But could you help me again please. My last experiment was not successful and my computer is not booting now:) Could you help me and tell which options i should choose if i have following hardware: Motherboard - Foxconn P35A, Core 2 Duo, 4GB RAM, 250 GB HDD Seagate. I will be very appreciated to you for your help. Thank you so much :)

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i have tried several times with different options but the computer after applying this pack is not booting anymore((((((((((((((( When i am booting with -v flag the booting process sticks at [PCI Configuration begin] string and i am no idea what i should do the next. My configuration i have written upper and i am using this version of Lion http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3651522

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For your configuration you should choose DSDT Legacy or if you have NVidia graphics with Dual DVI outputs then some from the list which is matching to your VGA card, SMBIOS for Core2Duo CPU where you should also add info for memory. You can use Chameleon Wizard for that part which is included with this latest update. If you have installed Lion 10.7.2 and you have NVIDIA graphics, then you probably have "blackout" error, which is fixed with special NV inject patch applied in all referent DSDT-s inside v1.9 toolpack.

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Hey! Thank you for the new version!!! Unfortunately i've got failed again :( I have chosen the DSDT Legacy and SMBIOS for Core2Duo CPU, but i have the 9600 Nvidia video card with 512 MB and it has outputs as follows: 1xDVI; 1xHDMI; 1xSVGA, so i didn't choose any video injects. Unfortunately i have the same s**t and my computer is not bootable again and sticks at PCI Configuration again :( Man, where i am wrong? I have Lion 10.7.0 not 7.1 or 7.2 I am probably so stupid, but i have no any ideas where i wrong and why i can't bring my computer work((((((((((((((

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@skydemonby

I don't know where is your problem, but I think that you didn't do something correct in BIOS... You'll probably need to update your BIOS first if you didn't do that until now, also to enable AHCI there! I will leave my BIOS settings in next update so that everyone can set everything correct there.

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@Vlada

Thank you! It would be great to try new update))))) I have the latest BIOS version and of course i have AHCI enabled! My BIOS setting are simple! Reset to the defaults and then i have enabled AHCI and disabled the FDD, that's it! So as you may see i have no any tweaks or something like that.

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Please help! I'm getting Black Screen after install.

I've googled a lot but still i don't know what I'm doing!lol. Really don't know what to tick on installation,this is my first blood to try MacOSx86 on my PC.

Please I really need your help...

My Distro is iATKOS_S3_version2

Here's my specs.

Foxconn P35a Mobo

Intel Core 2 Quad (Q8300) cpu

Kingston 3x 2GB DDR2-800

Nvidia Geforce GT240 1Gb GDDR5

500GB WD Black HDD

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Works fine on 10.8

to fix [PCI Configuration begin] error: install Legacy Kernel 10.8 V2 bevore you reboot after install the Foxconn P35A tools pack .....

I use P35A-S with Cor2Duo E7200

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