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About Axiom

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  1. You'll need to obtain a copy of OSX86Tools, google it, it's about. Launch OSX86Tools and click "Add EFI Strings/Boot Flags", Click on "GFX Strings" and then "Custom GeForce hex". Give your card a name, Select the amount of VRAM your card has. For the NVCAP you'll probably want "DVI-I/VGA" and copy the resulting Hexadecimal EFI String from the lower box. Open your com.apple.Boot.plist paste the Hex into the string for the "device-properties" key, add them if they don't already exist, and save. Hopefully you now have a functioning GT 220. Also remove the "GraphicsEnabler" key from the boot.plist if you have it.
  2. I installed a GT 220 in my machine yesterday. I just created a custom graphics string for my boot.plist using OSX86 Tools. I used DVI-DVI for the NVCAP and I've got DVI and HDMI both working, haven't checked if VGA is working as I don't need it. I am using a Gigabyte Mac Project BIOS, I don't know if that's made it easier to get it working.
  3. It's there on the page, I downloaded it myself. Look for the link Download the Chameleon RC4 Installer Package (based on AsereBLN 1.1.7) or just click that one.
  4. Axiom

    GeForce 7300 GS DVI + VGA

    I really have no idea why your DVI isn't working, but I can confirm DVI and VGA both work on my 7600 GT. I used to have a 7300 GS also, I'm pretty sure DVI worked on it too. To start with I'd go back and double check the graphics settings you used when you created/customised your DSDT.
  5. Brilliant! Quicktime fullscreen, Stacks highlight and Dock click-hold have been bugging the hell out of me.
  6. Yup, here. The MP2W with 2.4/5.8GHz antennas worth out to about $55.
  7. Thanks for the suggestions and sorry for the slow reply been kinda busy. I'm only booting in 32-bit mode with no additional cards installed. I do have Little Snitch, though I don't think that was the problem. I've just created a second USB boot disk using Boot Think this time with exactly the same KEXTs, PLISTs and DSDT as Chameleon. No panic during spotlight indexing now and everything else is working fine. I think I might make a new Chameleon RC3 disk just to see if it reoccurs.
  8. Yeah, I've tried that several times. I'm still getting the panic at the same point.
  9. My Snow Leopard install has been running without problems for about 4 days. Yesterday my system started to panic within a few minutes of booting. It also isn't logging KPs, at least /Library/Logs/PanicReporter does not exist and there is nothing showing in console. After trial and error I've tracked it own to mdworker. It consistently panics when indexing get to 20 seconds remaining on my Snow Leopard drive; No panic with indexing off. On Insanely Mac I found a discussion about this which suggests turning off indexing and using Kext Utility to rebuild the kextcache, rebooting and turing indexing back on. I've done this several times and I still get the panic at 20 seconds remaining. Any suggestions?
  10. Not quite, this is the "We've paid hundreds of dollars for a v1 and ASEM won't even support the damn thing" forum.
  11. Hi, just to be clear this isn't the official EFi-X support forum. Most people here are not at all happy with their EFi-X units. To answer your question, there is no Windows control centre software. It was withdrawn and never replaced, allegedly due to it containing stolen code.
  12. Your v1, and mine, are just expensive paperweights now. If you don't have the option of a full refund I'd pay for the upgrade to a v1.1, you can at lest use it to set up your system and create a Chameleon bootloader then sell it on eBay. There must be people willing to buy v1.1 units and you should hopefully get most of your money back.
  13. I have ALC889a, fakesmc, IOAHCBlockStorageInjector, NullCPUPowerManagement, OpenHaltRestart, PlatformUUID, SleepEnabler, LegacyHDA. No, I'm not using that mkext. No, the only thing I changed is the display resolution. I didn't do the graphics HEX. Yeah, I did mine on a PC and did the graphics fix. I suspect the lack of LegacyHDA is your problem, I've attached mine. The only other thing I could suggest is try BIOS F9.
  14. Yes, actually. I just got sound working on my EP45-DS3 about 30 minutes ago. You'll need to edit your DSDT.aml and add a kext for the 889a audio chipset to /e/e. Follow this guide at InsanelyMac (post 388), the kext is attached to the post.
  15. Well I solved my kernel panic problem and got Snow Leopard to install. I removed a Broadcom based 802.11g card and switched SATA ports 0-3 to native mode. I don't know which one as the cause of the problem, but it has to be one of the two.
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