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Hard drive is no longer displayed after installation of Snow Leopard , but is intact .

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Hey,

 

I have Snow Leopard installed successfully on the Asus x511ma, but the hard drive is no longer displayed after installation,

unless I again Formatting with GParted, then it is visible again.

 

I know there really no solution, please Help me ...

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This sounds more like an unsupported chipset issue more than anything. I think it's failing to mount properly. Check your manuals for the x511ma and see if tells you what SATA/AHCI controllers that it uses, then look for the appropriate kext.

 

Martin

 

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vor 9 Stunden schrieb TpwUK:

This sounds more like an unsupported chipset issue more than anything. I think it's failing to mount properly. Check your manuals for the x511ma and see if tells you what SATA/AHCI controllers that it uses, then look for the appropriate kext.

 

Martin

 

 

Hello,

 

Have now once an image uploaded, where it can be seen that there is the AHCI mode. (X511ma)

Have seen in any case that it is not impossible.

 

 

Mark

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Hi Mark, That's good that it's using AHCI - You need to find the name of the SATA controller and then find the .kext that supports it, e.g.. AHCI_3rd_Party_SATA.

 

Martin

 

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vor 42 Minuten schrieb TpwUK:

Hi Mark, That's good that it's using AHCI - You need to find the name of the SATA controller and then find the .kext that supports it, e.g.. AHCI_3rd_Party_SATA.

 

Martin

 

 

Hey Martin, 

Is this the right thing?

Have Linux booted and stayed at the terminal: "lspci" entered.

And that came out:

SATA controller: Intel Corporation ValleyView 6-Port SATA AHCI controller (rev 0c)

 

Mark

 

 

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I did more digging on your system and it comes back as using Bay Trail Celeron CPU types, you can get a BayTrail-Kernel for your computer, but from what I am reading, the odds of you having any success at installing OS X are remote, sorry.

However you have done really well to get it to the point where you are at already

 

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vor 3 Stunden schrieb TpwUK:

I did more digging on your system and it comes back as using Bay Trail Celeron CPU types, you can get a BayTrail-Kernel for your computer, but from what I am reading, the odds of you having any success at installing OS X are remote, sorry.

However you have done really well to get it to the point where you are at already

 

 

It's a Pentium..

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