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  1. And finally, this problem solved by installing "VoodooTSync.kext" on S/L/E. Both OSX 10.7 & 10.8 work OOB, so not PCIe VGA caused problem but this type of Processor (DualCore E6700). Fortunately, my BIOS has option to disable 2 Core Function that allowed me to run OSX in Solo Core with no problem, then I could install this kext, repair system permission, reboot and re-enabling 2 Cores from BIOS. After that, my OSX 10.8.2 works with no problem.
  2. Try these boot flags: -v -f GraphicsEnabler=Yes (if fails GraphicsEnabler=No) PCIRootUID=0 (or PCIRootUID=1) npci=0x2000 busratio=22
  3. Lenovo IdeaCentre H310 - Intel Core 2 Duo CPU E6700 @3.2 GHz, DDR3 2 GB RAM, nVIDIA GeForce 8400-GS @512 MB PCI-e VGA, 500 GB SATA-HDD | Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 | Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 | Ubuntu Linux 12.10 x86

  4. A Good News: Now nVIDIA supports GT-540 with it's official driver here Depends on this, my GeForce 8400-GS is not suported GPU, but I installed the driver and it fully supported on Mac OS X 10.8.2 (this latest OSX version is required for this driver to work) with CI/QE enabled. U will also need this if your GPU is CUDA-Enabled. Also, set Chameleon to boot with GraphicsEnabler=Yes and don't use "Graphics Mode"=blaxbla@x. You may also try latest version of Chimera BootLoader for Intel HD3000 to works. Try using PCIRootUID=0, or if fails use PCIRootUID=1, also npci=0x2000, or boot with -f (Ignore Kernel Cache since 10.8.2 has problem with this). For IntelHD Graphics 3000 - Delete all graphic's kexts (make backup before) except GeForce kexts and these: AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext AppleIntelHD3000Graphics.kext AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsGA.plugin AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsGLDriver.bundle AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsVADriver.bundle AppleIntelIVBVA.bundle AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext AppleIntelSNBVA. nVIDIA GeForce kexts are: GeForceXXX*.kext, NVDANVxx*.kext, NVDAResman.kext... Don't delete these! For "Synaptics MultiTouch TrackPAD" to works on OS X 10.8.2, see my post here or simply use attached kexts below. May this help. Synaptics MultiTouch TrackPAD v7.4 (OSX-10.8.2).zip
  5. @eremita: this USB *.kext is for 10.6 System, not try yet on OS X 10.8. But, I'll try later. For "MultiTouch Synaptics TrackPAD" I attach the *.kext below (worked on 10.8.2 System) @christ1111: My Intel HD3000 GPU is fully supported on OS X 10.8.2 with 288 MB VRAM, I think upgrading my DDR3 RAM is not required for now but, it's my plan later.. he he. My only problem just: LAN, USB 3.0 Support (common OSX problem), and Battery Indicator. Thanks for u'r reply Bro..! Synaptics MultiTouch TrackPAD v7.4 (OSX-10.8.2).zip
  6. Hello, I've successfully installed OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 (Upgraded from 10.8.1) on my Acer ASPIRE 4752 (Intel Core i3-2330M @2.2 GHz, 2GB DDR3 RAM, Intel HD 3000, 500 GB SATA HDD, Atheros WLan, NetLink Broadcom BCM57785 Ethernet, BCM Card Reader, Synaptics MultiTouch TrackPAD, USB 3.0) with: 1. U{censored} Mountain Lion (Apps Store Version: OS X v10.8.1) using 8 GB USB FlashDisk 2. MB{censored} Mountain Lion (Latest Version) 3. Modified kexts for Audio (VoodooHDA 2.7.3), Atheros WLan kext 4. Both Latest Version of Chimera & Chameleon BootLoader (v2.1-2070) work on this machine. Everything work fine (Intel HD3000 with CI/QE @1366x768, Audio, WLan, Synaptics TrackPAD with functional 2 Fingers Scroll & Taping, except: 1) NetLink BCM57785 Ethernet (Cause Kernel Panic & won't boot when the kext installed) 2) USB 3.0 (Cause KP, Shutdown-Reboot issue, etc.) 3) Battery Indicator (Not show on Menu Bar, KP when using VoodooBattery.kext, Patched AppleSmartBatteryManager.kext or Replaced AppleACPIPlatform.kext). Any suggestion for Acer ASPIRE 4752 running OS X 10.8.2 with full Hardwares support?
  7. I've use both of "USB Keyboard & Mouse", remove all PS/2 TrackPADs, use any boot flags... but same results. Maybe, my "VGA Card" doesn't support this G41 Mobo. Thanks for u'r reply.
  8. BTW, with same VGA but other CPU Chipset, it run perfectly with no problem (on my nForce 630i for example). Some problems occur on my Lenovo G41 Mobo. I've using a lot of methods from many forums to fix this problem; modify xxx.kext, EFI String, Natit, but nothing work. But, someone on another forum say that: "...if you're experiencing slow performance with any nVidia card (namely the Quadro and Fermi platforms) just disable/remove the AppleGraphicsPowerManagement kext in /S/L/E/ and you'll see that you'll write to disk less (??? I have no idea why) and you'll also have a bunch more free RAM." What do you think about this, should I remove my AGPM to the trash...!? Thanks and regard...
  9. BTW, with same VGA but other CPU Chipset, it run perfectly with no problem (on my nForce 630i for example). Some problems occur on my Lenovo G41 Mobo. I've using a lot of methods from many forums to fix this problem; modify xxx.kext, EFI String, Natit, but nothing work. But, someone on another forum say that: "...if you're experiencing slow performance with any nVidia card (namely the Quadro and Fermi platforms) just disable/remove the AppleGraphicsPowerManagement kext in /S/L/E/ and you'll see that you'll write to disk less (??? I have no idea why) and you'll also have a bunch more free RAM." What do you think about this, should I remove my AGPM to the trash...!? Thanks and regard...
  10. Please, somebody help me...! I have ZOTAC nVIDIA GeForce 8400GS @ 512 MB DDR3 64-bit PCI-e VGA. Using Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3 - Lion 10.7.3 on my Lenovo L-IG41C1 Mobo with Intel 82801G Southbridge ICH7 the Q/E & C/I work perfectly by using modified NVDANV50Hal.kext.., but my USB Mouse "jittering, leak, I couldn't move it on and then my System freeze"...!? If I'm using the G41 OnBoard VGA (x4500); my System work fine with no Q/E & C/I. So, I assume that Graphics Power Management for my PCI-e caused the problem. Please, somebody generate & build this one for my 8400GS PCI-e VGA... Thanks & regards.
  11. Please, somebody help me...! I have ZOTAC nVIDIA GeForce 8400GS @ 512 MB DDR3 64-bit PCI-e VGA. Using Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3 - Lion 10.7.3 on my Lenovo L-IG41C1 Mobo with Intel 82801G Southbridge ICH7 the Q/E & C/I work perfectly by using modified NVDANV50Hal.kext.., but my USB Mouse "jittering, leak, I couldn't move it on and then my System freeze"...!? If I'm using the G41 OnBoard VGA (x4500); my System work fine with no Q/E & C/I. So, I assume that Graphics Power Management for my PCI-e caused the problem. Please, somebody generate & build this one for my 8400GS PCI-e VGA... Thanks & regards.
  12. Please, somebody help me...! I have ZOTAC nVIDIA GeForce 8400GS @ 512 MB DDR3 64-bit PCI-e VGA. Using Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3 - Lion 10.7.3 on my Lenovo L-IG41C1 Mobo with Intel 82801G Southbridge ICH7 the Q/E & C/I work perfectly by using modified NVDANV50Hal.kext.., but my USB Mouse "jittering, leak, I couldn't move it on and then my System freeze"...!? If I'm using the G41 OnBoard VGA (x4500); my System work fine with no Q/E & C/I. So, I assume that Graphics Power Management for my PCI-e caused the problem. Please, somebody generate & build this one for my 8400GS PCI-e VGA... Thanks & regards.
  13. Please, somebody help me...! I have ZOTAC nVIDIA GeForce 8400GS @ 512 MB DDR3 64-bit PCI-e VGA. Using Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3 - Lion 10.7.3 on my Lenovo L-IG41C1 Mobo with Intel 82801G Southbridge ICH7 the Q/E & C/I work perfectly by using modified NVDANV50Hal.kext.., but my USB Mouse "jittering, leak, I couldn't move it on and then my System freeze"...!? If I'm using the G41 OnBoard VGA (x4500); my System work fine with no Q/E & C/I. So, I assume that Graphics Power Management for my PCI-e caused the problem. Please, somebody generate & build this one for my 8400GS PCI-e VGA... Thanks & regards.
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