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This is my preliminary OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.8, OSX Lion 10.7.5, OSX Mountain Lion 10.8.5 and OSX Maverick 10.9.0 Driver installer for desktop motherboard Gigabyte GA-G41MT-D3V Rev1.3 Bios F2

Known Issues:

10.6.8

- You can't wake up the system from PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse **

- You can't wake up the system from USB 2.0 device **

- Some Sata DVD RW Optical Drives broke auto sleep. Can put one blank disc on optical drive to avoid this problem (possible DSDT fix in progress) **4

- Ethernet Realtek RTL81xx (10ec:8168) WOL not tested **3

- Airport TP-LINK TL-WN781ND (0168c:002b) (AR9285) cannot assert wake from d3cold **1

10.7.5

- You can't wake up the system from PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse **

- You can't wake up the system from USB 2.0 device **

- Some Sata DVD RW Optical Drives broke auto sleep. Can put one blank disc on optical drive to avoid this problem (possible DSDT fix in progress) **4

- Ethernet Realtek RTL81xx (10ec:8168) WOL not tested **3

- Airport TP-LINK TL-WN781ND (0168c:002b) (AR9285) cannot assert wake from d3cold **1

10.8.5

- Sound assertion in AppleHDAEngine at line 599. *

- You can't wake up the system from PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse **

- You can't wake up the system from USB 2.0 device **

- Some Sata DVD RW Optical Drives broke auto sleep. Can put one blank disc on optical drive to avoid this problem (possible DSDT fix in progress) **4

- Ethernet Realtek RTL81xx (10ec:8168) WOL not tested **3

- USB Bluetooth Sitecom CN-516 (0a12:0001) adapter stops working after 10.8.5 upgrade (fix in progress) **2

- Airport TP-LINK TL-WN781ND (0168c:002b) (AR9285) cannot assert wake from d3cold **1

10.9.0

- Sound assertion in AppleHDAEngine at line 599. *

- You can't wake up the system from PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse **

- You can't wake up the system from USB 2.0 device **

- Some Sata DVD RW Optical Drives broke auto sleep. Can put one blank disc on optical drive to avoid this problem (possible DSDT fix in progress) **4

- Ethernet Realtek RTL81xx (10ec:8168) WOL not tested **3

- Airport TP-LINK TL-WN781ND (0168c:002b) (AR9285) cannot assert wake from d3cold **1

Status:

CPU: OK

AUDIO: OK *

VIDEO: NOK (Only External PCI-E Video Card Supported)

SATA: OK

DVD: OK (Read+Write)

USB 1.1 & 2.0: OK

WEBCAM: OK

KEYBOARD: OK

TRACKPAD: OK

LAN: OK (WOL Not Tested) **3

AIRPORT: OK (External PCI-E Device Tested) **1

BLUETOOTH: OK (External USB Device Tested) **2

CARD READER: OK (External USB Device Tested)

POWER ON/OFF: OK

RESTART: OK

SLEEP/WAKEUP: OK **

AUTOSLEEP: OK **4

CMOS: OK

RTC: OK

LPC: OK

SMBUS: OK

ACPI: OK

UART: OK (Not Tested) I don't have UART adapter to test it sad.png

LPT: NOK (Not Detected)

Change Log:

v3.10 (10/11/2013)

- Downgrade: Bootloader Core v2.2svn r2262 (solves several problems introduced in version v2.2svn r2266)

- Updated: More precise info in "Sytem Information > PCI Cards"

- Updated: GenericUSBXHCI for USB 3.0 v1.2.7 [zenith432]

- Updated: DSDT fixed and recompiled with iasl_20130927_64

v3.00 (01/11/2013)

- Added: OSX Maverick 10.9.0

- Updated: Cosmetical installer fixes

v2.00 (29/10/2013)

- Added: SSDT Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q9300 (6M Cache, 2.50 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB) [revogirl]

- Added: SSDT Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q8200 (4M Cache, 2.33 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB) [revogirl]

- Updated: Wizard Chamaleon v4.2.3 [janek202]

- Updated: Bootloader Core v2.2svn r2266

- Updates: FakeSMC v5.1.72 [Kozlek]

- Updated: HWMonitor v5.1.72 [Kozlek]

- Added: Prelinked kernel is created during installation

- Added: Remove not needed extensions (optional in TOOLS > System > RemoveKext)

- Updated: GenericUSBXHCI for USB 3.0 v1.2.6 [zenith432]

- Updated: Release VoodooPS2Controller.kext v1.8.8 Built 2013-09-13 [RehabMan]

- Fixed: 'Use ISO layout keyboard' IOKitPersonalitie in VoodooPS2Keyboard.kext

- Added: OSX Moutain Lion 10.8.5 supported

- Added: OSX Lion 10.7.5 supported

v1.00 (10/10/2012)

- Initial version OSX 10.6.8 Snow Leopard

Note:

Custom option in installer is for my computer profile

I would appreciate comments and suggestions!!




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Thanks a lot!

Have installed it and everything except sleep work (I don't really mind).

Audio is working but I had to select 'internal speaker' to get some sound out of the card (backside). Ethernet is now working perfectly (tested download from AppStore which was failing before).

My hardware is G41MT-D3V - E7500 2,9 Ghz - 8GB ram XMS3 DDR3 1066 - HD 6540 2 GB (using via port) - Wifi with RTL8111E - Apple keyboard (the best ones) - Logitech M505 mouse (with dongle plugged in the usb port of the keyboard).

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HelloSorry for not answering your questions. I've been very busy the last few weeks. I have the following tasks in progress:- Update the installer for OSX 10.6.8 and a troubleshooting guide- New installer for OSX 10.7.5- New installer for OSX 10.8.2regards

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Good news people !!! OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.8, OSX Lion 10.7.5 and OSX Mountain Lion 10.8.5 now supported !!! =D

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very good man vork with my gigabyte - asus 210 geforge and SL very good. My problem was the sound card and y stuff fix it. i've try a lot of this but nothing until this!?

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