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  1. I've taken the "BAT" script from DigitalDJ and the latest HFS drivers for Windows from the BootCamp 3.1 Update and made this liitle package. Download it, uncompress it. The open a command prompt as Administrator (Start -> Accessories/Zubehör -> cmd and then right mouse click the cmd). Change into the extracted directory "AppleBootCamp3.1_HFS" using "cd" and then run the installer script "install_or_remove_hfs.bat" and follow the instructions. Reboot and you will have read-only access to your HFS+ drives. I have Win7 64Bit with all updates and for me it does work. I can read all my HFS drives. Just to be sure, here are the SHA hashes of the drivers: 228e91cf5fd1995e821a9e41b2d132d710257bde AppleBootCamp3.1_HFS.zip afdbfa47a7663d10862c3475565b21242c8badb8 AMD64/AppleHFS.sys 91fada2e45c0435168c74010decb224d43773539 AMD64/AppleMNT.sys 8a41a0cd88e007a61a2fddeae4b198884e6541de x86/AppleHFS.sys d92cd54150a63e097f118b86a7a27a7cf2a26b54 x86/AppleMNT.sys
  2. Happy new year to everyone! I have a little gift for you I was quite inactive here in the last weeks... but not dormant at all. I'm done the first major changes to Chameleon. I'm really disappointed regarding the code quality of Chameleon. It's full of possible buffer overflows, quick & dirty hacks... you can notice that there is no one behind, who is supervising the development, who has and keeps the whole picture in mind. The code quality is really bad One example is the use of the boolean datatype. You can find boolean_t, bool, BOOL, int, char... used with 0, 1, TRUE, FALSE, true, false, 0, 1, YES or NO, and this even mixed! So I started to cleanup this mess, fixed some bugs and also added new cool features. Bugfixes: First of all I fixed the stupid bug with the fixed Platform UUID. Fixed a bug regarding PCI-Root-UID different than 0 Fixed a bug regarding the detection of the CPU Fixed dozens of possible buffer overflows and all the bugs I forgot to mention New Features: You can build Chameleon with GUI-support without the need of an embedded theme (Never understood why this should be necessary). The Booter is a lot smaller now. Only 160 kBytes. Platform UUID is taken from the BIOS (UUID from SMBIOS Table 1). You can remove PlatformUUID.kext, SMUUID from smbios.plist and also System-ID from com.apple.Boot.plist. Dynamic memory parameter detecting and injecting like Frequency, Type (DDR2, DDR3), Manufactor, Partnumber, Serialnumber. You can remove all memory related stuff from smbios.plist. Dynamic PCI-Root-UID detection from PCEFI 10.5 Duvell300's FACP Restart Fix added (from here) Changes: Filenames configured in com.apple.Boot.plist (DSDT=..., SMBIOS=...) must be given with the full path. The Booter does not check automatically the Extra Folder. So if you used DSDT=mydsdt.aml and the mydsdt.aml file is in the Extra folder, then you must use now DSDT=/Extra/mydsdt.aml. ATI and nVidia Video-ROM-Files must be renamed to <vendorid>_<deviceid>.rom and must be put into the Extra folder. vendorid and deviceid as 4-digit hex values without a leading 0x. For instance, a nVidia 9400 GT (55nm) has the vendorid "0x10DE" and the deviceid "0x0641", so the filename must be "10de_0641.rom". To enable nVidia VGA BIOS File Loading use: UseNvidiaROM=Yes in com.apple.Boot.plist. To enable ATI VGA BIOS File Loading use: UseAtiROM=Yes in com.apple.Boot.plist. If you use the Booter without the embedded theme, then you must supply a Theme in Extra/Themes/ to have GUI support. The default theme name is "Default". You can configure the theme to be used with Theme="Name" in com.apple.Boot.plist. Platform UUID is setup by injecting /efi/platform/system-id property. The UUID value from SMBIOS table 1 is used as system-id. If your BIOS does not provide an UUID, then you can configure the UUID with SMUUID in smbios.plist. If you set system-id=No in com.apple.Boot.plist, then the system-id is not injected into the IORegistry. Use this if you want/need to use PlatformUUID.kext or something similar. The memory parameter detecting should work with P35/X38/X48/P45 memory controllers and the builtin memory controllers of the Core i5/i7 CPU's. Reading of memory SPD (Serial Presence Detect EEPROM) data should work on P55, ICH10? and ICH9. You must remove all memory related keys from smbios.plist (SMmemmanufacter_X, SMmempart_X, SMmemserial_X, SMmemspeed & SMmemtype). Dynamic PCI-Root-UID should work if your DSDT defines the UID like this: Name (UID, <value>). Default PCI-Root-UID is 0. You can configure the PCI-Root-UID to be used with PCIRootUID=<value> in com.apple.Boot.plist (-pci0, -pci1, PciRoot... does not work anymore). You should also update boot0 (with fdisk) and boot1h with (dd), because the Chameleon team fixed some bugs there. The archive contains: boot - the Booter without debugs, without an embedded theme boot_with_embedded_theme - the Booter without debugs and with an embedded theme boot_with_debugs - the Booter with some debug messages boot0 - the fist stage bootloader (goes into the MBR) boot1h - the second stage bootloader (goes to the beginning of the Chameleon Booter partition) I ask everyone to use at least one time the Booter with Debugs and to take photos at every "(Press a key to continue...)" stop (PCI-Bus, CPU, Memory-Controller, SPD) to help me to improve Chameleon further. If you have a running Windows on your Hackintosh, then a TXT-Report made with the CPU-Z programm would be very helpful too. If you encounter problems, then use the Booter with debugs. Do not forget to rename it to boot. Patch against Chameleon-RC4 is included, but without the memory detection stuff. I'll release it after a grace period. You know... ASEM is also reading here Any feedback is welcome! Update Version 1.1.1: FACP RestartFix is enabled by default if you have an Intel CPU Memory Manufactor Code Lookup for some common Vendors (OCZ, G.Skill, GeIL, Crossair, Kingston) Update Version 1.1.2: Fixed a bug with Memory Manufactor Code Lookup (DDR3: ManufactorID, Parity-Bit) Update Version 1.1.3: Added Patriot, Crucial, A-DATA Memory Manufactor Support for 945 northbridge and ICH8, ICH7 southbridges SMBus Device Enable for systems there the controller is disabled (Tip from iNDi) printout a message if theme fails to load due to a missing file removed a print in non verbose mode to keep the Booter quiet Update Version 1.1.4: You can supply a system-id with system-id=<value> in com.apple.Boot.plist You can prevent the system-id injection with system-id=No in com.apple.Boot.plist system-type is now supported. Default is 1 (Desktop). Use system-type=2 in com.apple.Boot.plist if you have laptop. (Link) Removed the setVideoMode(TEXT) in resume.c to make Hibernation work. Support for 946GZ/PZ, Q963/Q965a and P965 northbridge memory controllers. Update Version 1.1.6: Improved system-type injection. ACPI V2 FACP PM_Profile is patched to match system-type. Fixed a bug with system-id injection (com.apple.Boot.plist). Supported memory manufactors: Micron, Samsung, Transcend, Apacer, Kingston, PNY, MDT, Corsair, GeIL, takeMS, Buffalo, Mushkin, OCZ, A-DATA, G.SKILL, TeamElite, Patriot and Crucial. Supported memory controllers: Core i5/i7 IMC, 945G/P, 955X, 945GM/PM, 945GME, 946GZ/PZ, Q963/Q965, P965, P35, X38/X48, 965GM, 965GME and P45. Supported SMBus controllers: P55, ICH10, ICH9, ICH8 and ICH7. To set system-type put a system-type= into com.apple.Boot.plist (1=Desktop, 2=Laptop enables Battery, 3=Workstation). Default system-type is 1 (Desktop). Update Version 1.1.7: Fixed the font swapping bug (small & console font). Fixed a problem with disabled MCH MMIO on some mainboards (needed to detect dram frequency). Update Version 1.1.8: Fixed the font swapping bug (small & console font) for the Booter with an embedded theme. Fixed an issue with memory detection for some mainboard (2 slot only mainboards). Added support for PM45 northbridge memory controller. Added memory manufactor lookup for: Hynix, Nanya, KingMax, Qimonda and SuperTalent. Added nVidia GT240 device lookup. You can now hide HFS partitions too using “Hide Partition?? in com.apple.Boot.plist. Made the verbose output the using nVidia/ATI ROM’s more useful. Fixed a bug with sprintf (rek). Merged hibernation fix from Chameleon repo (46). Made verbosity at early bootstage useable. Bugfixes. Update Version 1.1.9: Added nVidia ION device lookup. Added a feature to set/override the nVidia NVCAP value using NVCAP_ key in com.apple.Boot.plist. If you want to override the NVCAP value, you must determine the PCI DeviceID of your graphic card. For instance: my new GTX260 has the DeviceID 0×05e2. Knowing the DeviceID add this to your com.apple.Boot.plist: <key>NVCAP_05e2</key> <string>0000000000000000000000000000000000000000</string> The NVCAP value is exactly 20 bytes long. You have to specify it using ASCII-HEX (0-9,a-f). Sources under http://github.com/aserebln/Chameleon. Asere
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    nVidia 9400GT & 9500GT

    Anyone out there who has one of these GFX cards running under Chameleon and 10.6.1? Does the Chameleon autodetection work for these cards? How is the performance with xbench 1.3 and Cinebench R10 OpenGL?
  4. Edit: 10-Sep-2009 18:58. Removed due to legal reasons. Sorry
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    OS X & Windows 7 on the same HD

    Hi, I've a problem installing Win7. Maybe someone has a solution. I took a blank 1TB HD and installed OS X on it. Formatted with Disk Utility (GPT). Partitionlayout: 1: 210MB - FAT32 - EFI System Partition 2: 500GB - HFS+ - OS X 3: 250GB - NTFS - Win7 x: left remaining space free OS X boots fine using Chameleon. Then I started the Win7 Install DVD. The Installer did not continue because it could not create the "system reserved" partition. I have no idea why it cannot use the 210MB EFI partition. I started an Ubutu Live CD. I played around with gparted and reformatted the EFI partiton with FAT32. Once again into Win7 and now the installer won't continue, because it's a GPT Partiton Table. Now I have no idea??? Does Win7 not support GTP disks?
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    DSDT's ready for use with Chameleon

    It's time for an update. I've put some cool improvements into the new DSDT's. They are now compatible with OS X 10.5, OS X 10.6 and all the rest, like Windows or Linux. Platform can now detect "Darwin" (aka OS X) as OSPM. This detection fixes TMR, RTC and HPET automatically. All other Operating Systems, like Windows or Linux, are seeing the original Gigabyte DSDT. Futhermore the new DSTS fixes: all warnings and error from the original Gigabyte DSDT BIOS CMOS corruption under Snow Leopard USB-Device-Removal-Warning upon wakeup from Sleep for the EHCI ports UID of the PCI0 device to make the Chameleon GFX & Ethernet auto detection work missing "built-in" property for the ethernet ports to make Timemachine working (disabled per default) fixes Audio for mainboards with a Realtek 889A chip (disabled per default) ICH10R USB device-id patch for all P35 and EP35 mainboards Powerbutton fix. If enabled in Preferences pushing the Powerbutton puts the computer to sleep All fixes are selectable via a configuration word. This configuration word/variable is called ABLN. It contains a configuration bit for every fix. You only have to toggle the corresponding bit to turn on or off a fix. The config word is a 32bit hexadecimal value. All fixes but ethernet and audio are enabled per default. For Ethernet use Chameleons "EthernetBuilt" autodetection feature. The audio fix is still disabled, because it gives some assertions in the Apple audio driver and increases significantly the boot time (on my system). For more info search for "ABLN" in the DSDT.dsl file or ask. There is no GFX card configuration present. Please use, or at least try, the Chameleon GFX card autodetection. For more info about the DSDT stuff please read my Blog and follow the Links. I will provide the following files for each mainboard: DSDT.aml - fixed & patched & compiled DSDT. Ready to use! DSDT.dsl - the source of DSDT.aml DSDT_orig.aml - unmodified, original, binary DSDT DSDT_fixed.dsl - original DSDT without errors and warnings You must put the file DSDT.aml into the Chameleon Extra folder along with com.apple.Boot.plist. You can start with this com.apple.Boot.plist: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string></string> <key>Default Partition</key> <string>hd(1,2)</string> <key>Legacy Logo</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>Timeout</key> <string>10</string> <key>Wait</key> <string>No</string> <key>GraphicsEnabler</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>EthernetBuiltIn</key> <string>Yes</string> </dict> </plist> If you want a fixed and patched DSDT for your mainboard, then I need a dump of your IORegistry and the original Gigabyte DSDT. For the IORegistry dump open the Terminal and run the command: ioreg -lw0 > ioregdump.txt Then open a Finder window, go to your home folder, select ioregdump.txt and compress the file ioregdump.txt (right mouse click -> Compress "ioregdump.txt"). Send me the resulting zip file or post it here in this thread. For the original DSDT you will need a Linux LiveCD (I recommend Ubuntu) or a EFIX Mac/Hackintosh. If you have made the ioreg dump on an EFIX Mac, then you are done. If you are running OS X using an already patched DSDT (like Chameleon & SL), then boot your PC with the Linux LiveCD. Open a terminal and run the command: sudo cat /proc/acpi/dsdt > dsdt.aml Send me the dsdt.aml file or post it here in this thread. And do not forget to mention the BIOS version! If you like my work, if you want to honor it or if just can't wait to get your DSDT fixed, then you might look at this donation page. Thank you DSDT_GA-P35.zip contains the DSDTs for the following mainboards: GA-P35-DQ6_F9 (Applefix) GA-P35-DS3_F14 (Pakowitsch) GA-P35-DS3P_F12 (Flic) DSDT_GA-EP35.zip contains the DSDTs for the following mainboards: GA-EP35-DS3_F4 (Fjs) GA-EP35-DS3P_F5 (Skywise) GA-EP35-DS4_F6 (Shadow_X) DSDT_GA-EP43.zip contains the DSDTs for the following mainboards: GA-EP43-UD3L_F6 (NextMac) DSDT_GA-EP45.zip contains the DSDTs for the following mainboards: GA-EP45-DS3_F9 (AsereBLN) GA-EP45-DS3_F10a (AsereBLN) GA-EP45-DQ6_F12 (PoisonApple666) GA-EP45-DS3R_F10 (Erkin) GA-EP45-DS3R_F11e (Ceos) GA-EP45-DS4_F9 (Berlindude) GA-EP45-DS4_F10b (Blackdir) GA-EP45-DS4P_F9a (Mike) GA-EP45-DS5_F12 (Jannes79) GA-EP45-DS5_F13a (iMave.23) GA-EP45-UD3_F5 (Ex-Efixxer) GA-EP45-UD3L_F5 (Kcome) GA-EP45-UD3LR_F5 (???) GA-EP45-UD3LR_F7 (Emilp) GA-EP45-UD3P_F9 (Herando) GA-EP45-UD3P_FB (Afd_sg) GA-EP45-UD3R_F11 (Tcg) DSDT_GA-EP45C.zip contains the DSDTs for the following mainboards: GA-EP45C-DS3R_F5 (Thorias) DSDT_GA-EP45T.zip contains the DSDTs for the following mainboards: GA-EP45T-DS3R_F4a (Jamersdc) GA-EP45T-EXTREME_F4 (Zypheruk) GA-EP45T-UD3LR_F5 (Mongole) GA-EP45T-UD3R_F1 (PTMixer) DSDT_GA-EX58.zip contains the DSDTs for the following mainboards: GA-EX58-EXTREME_F6 (Bozwayed) GA-EX58-UD4P_F10d (Dcbimmer) GA-EX58-UD5_F7 (ThunderPaws) GA-EX58-UD5_F9e (Smacrae) DSDT_GA-X48.zip contains the DSDTs for the following mainboards: GA-X48-DQ6_F6 (Spawn) GA-X48T-DQ6_F6e (MadMango) In the next days I will upload the DSDT's for the other mainboards, step-by-step. Give me some time. They are handmade and not that easy to patch. I have to be very careful, because I cannot check all the upcoming DSDT's before the upload. NOTE: Every ZIP contains also the original DSDT I used to patch. Please check it agains your DSDT to make sure that both are equal. Double check the PR{} block at the beginning of the DSDT. Thanks to the user coucou78 for this finding.
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    Tutorial: Resolving Video Card Issues

    Hola amigo, I have a Gainward 9400GT, a Palit 9500GT and a Zotac GTX260. I don't use a EFI-String (devices-properties) in com.apple.Boot.plist. I have no graphic card related stuff in the DSDT. The PCI Root UID in the DSDT is 1 for the GA-EP45-DS3 and 0 for the MSI P55M-GD45. In com.apple.Boot.plist I've configured the PCI Root UID with: <key>PCIRootUID</key> <string>x</string> x=1 for Gigabyte and x=0 for MSI. If you change the PCI Root UID code in the DSDT back to: Name (_UID, One) or Name (_UID, Zero) then the Booter can detect the UID value automatically. I don't use a ROM file in Extra. With GraphicsEnabler=Yes all three cards are working. So at the end I only take care of the PCI Root UID value, the rest works automatically. Maybe this is different for a 9800 :confused: Does the card work, if you use a EFI-String? Asere
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    Made version 1.1.9 to ease problems caused by wrong nVidia NVCAP values.
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    Speedstep Issues

    Hmmm, I'm very curious now whether the Chameleon RC5pre8 is really that fast. Theoretically they should be equal leaving away the memory detection. So I've measured the time OS X needs to display the Login Window. I started measuring the time at the moment Chameleon hands over control to the OS X kernel (Wait=Yes -> Keystroke = start). Here are the times using Chameleon RC5pre8 25.4 sec 23.5 sec 23.6 sec 23.8 sec After that I measured my Booter v 1.1.8 23.2 sec 23.0 sec 23.3 sec 21.9 sec And one again Chameleon RC5pre8 23.4 sec 22.9 sec 23.6 sec So... both performing equal on my i7 system. My Booter itself is a tick slower of course, because it must readout the SPD eeproms using SMBUS serial I2C protocol. Do you really experience a huge difference? And how much is the difference for you?
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    Of course... here it is
  11. AsereBLN

    How many is running Dual Video Cards?

    If you gonna use two cards and if you have a Gigabyte mainboard, then make sure, that you configure "Init Display First" = PEG2 in the BIOS and use the gfx card in the second slot as your main gfx card. Only in this way it worked for me.
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    You are right, shutdown is not a Booter issue. You can fix it in the DSDT by adding the green code: Scope (\) { Name (PICF, Zero) Method (_PIC, 1, NotSerialized) { Store (Arg0, PICF) } } [COLOR="Green"] OperationRegion (PMRS, SystemIO, 0x0430, One) Field (PMRS, ByteAcc, NoLock, Preserve) { , 4, SLPE, 1 } [/COLOR] Method (_PTS, 1, NotSerialized) { Or (Arg0, 0xF0, Local0) Store (Local0, DBG1) OSTP () If (LEqual (Arg0, One)) {} If (LEqual (Arg0, 0x03)) {} If (LEqual (Arg0, 0x05)) { Store (ESMI, Local0) And (Local0, 0xFB, Local0) Store (Local0, ESMI) Store (0x99, SMIP) [COLOR="Green"]Store (Zero, SLPE) Sleep (0x10)[/COLOR] } If (LEqual (Arg0, 0x04)) { If (LNot (PICF)) { Sleep (0x64) } } }
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    Processor Interconnect Speed refers to the QPI Link. Only the Nehalem i7 have an QPI. The Lynnfield i7 and i5 don't have a QPI Link. The northbridge/memory controller/pci-e... are on-chip and the P55 PCH is connect through a "normal" DMI Link (northbridge<->southbridge). Lets see if I can figure out the relevant info to setup SMbusspeed automatically. Of course it's possible to detect ECC RAM. Do you know how to tell OS X about the ECC RAM? SMBIOS...???
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    The speed is correct. It always varies a little bit due to the TSC-frequency-measuring algorithm. There is no way to read the FSB speed directly, so the Booter measures the TSC-freq using a RTC Timer. But the RTC Timer is not that exact! Knowing the TSC-freq you can calculate all the other freqs in the system, like CPU, FSB, Memory... I guess that this is normal. No idea how Windows determines the Platform UUID. OS X uses a SHA hashed system-id. No idea, why. I've tried the system-type=2 and I got the battery stuff in Preferences/Energy Saver. I guess this issues could be resolved with some DSDT finetuning.
  15. AsereBLN

    How many is running Dual Video Cards?

    Yes. Only: <key>GraphicsEnabler</key> <string>Yes</string> in com.apple.Boot.plist. No Efistring (devices-properties) and no gfx related stuff in the DSDT.
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    Tutorial: Resolving Video Card Issues

    Coño... no sé pq te he mandado un correo, hermano. Tu te lo sabes mejor q yo :cool:
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    No, you don't need to update it every time. Only if you are still using the pre Chameleon RC4 ones. I've made only one change to the Chameleon RC4 boot0 & boot1h, I've disabled verbosity.
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    Hi, this is strange! I can boot 10.6.2 in 32Bit and 64Bit without problems. What does KP? Can you try to boot in verbose mode (and use Wait=Yes) to see what Chameleon says.
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    Check the PCI Root UID. The Booter uses/determines one and this must match with the UID used in the DSDT.
  20. AsereBLN

    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    I've made it to have vanilla Apple CPU Powermanagement (aka Speedstep) working. The original Gigabyte SSDT does not work together with OS X, so I had to modify it. It's now part of the DSDT and therefore I use DropSSDT=yes. In contrast, the SSDT of the MSI P55M-GD45 does work under OS X.
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    @downlord & @Danica Talos. I have 2 Systems: a MSI-P55M-GD45 + i7 860 and my old GA-EP45-DS3 + Q9550. The i7 runs 10.6.2 and the other system 10.6.x + 10.5.8. All three installations (i7 & 10.6.2 @ 32&64Bit, Q9550 & 10.5.8 & 10.6.2) are booting and running fine without any issues. Right now I've testet the Q9550 + 10.5.8 a lot. I did some restarts, shutdowns, sleep/wakeups. It always boots up fine. I've made a filesystem check under OS X. Filesystem is OK, so I have no corrupted files. At least for me it does work as expected. My 10.5.8 installation is nothing special. I started with this HD on a Mac mini with 10.5.0, switched to Efix and then to Chameleon. Always made all OS updates as they came available. Keep in mind that BIOS settings, the Booter, the com.apple.Boot.plist, the smbios.plist, the extra kernel extensions and last but not least the DSDT itself... all these stuff plays together to give you stable and running system. Without knowing about all these components, it's hard to say something reliable. You can see my BIOS settings in my blog. It use my Booter v1.1.8. The only extra kernel extensions I'm using are: fakesmc.kext/IONetworking.kext and fakesmc.kect/LegacyHDA.kext. Find the content of my Booter USB-stick below.
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    Bluetooth dongles -- or PCI?

    Bought a used BT-120 at eBay. Using it for my Magic Mouse. Works absolutely perfect under OS X, Linux and Win7, although Multitouch works only under OS X, but this is not BT related.
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    AsereBLN Booter - Based on Chameleon RC4 / PCEFI10.5

    Hi folks, once again I'm very busy due my job at the moment. Just want announce a new version of my Booter. Look at the first page for the changes. I will try to answer the older posts at the weekend. So long
  24. Thanks for pointing me to this type. It's corrected now. BTW, I have a nVidia GTX260 (Zotac 2xDVI) and a passive 9500GT. Both are working flawless with just GraphicsEnabler=Yes in com.apple.Boot.plist.

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