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  1. You cannot use a text editor to modify osinstall.mpkg... it's a compiled archive.

  2. hi, yes, i know how to edit, i use text editor and manually removed /add packages

  3. Hi, OSInstall.mpkg if you're referring to this "If someone knows how to remove the unnecessary packages without breaking the OSInstall please PM so i can update the script.".

  4. hi, what OSInstall?

    OSInstall or OSInstall.mpkg???

  5. You could just read the description since everything is there... and why in damnations name would you need AppleRTC patched on the damned install image?
  6. Thanks, in order to make it for a single layer the OSInstall must be modified, as soon as i figure out how to do that i will update the app!
  7. Version 1.0


    It's a simple app that creates for the user a PC bootable OS X Image. It's probably been done before but since i made it for the users in the L502x thread i figured i could just as well release it to the whole public. What it does step by step: Prompts the user to select a retail image and a place to save the new one. Then starts copying the packages into the proper locations and even downloads and installs FakeSMC.kext, NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, ApplePS2Controller/AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext and Enoch bootloader. (yep, another lazy-o app) All that's left for the user to do is restore it to a thumb drive/sd-card/partition or burn it on a Dual Layer DVD (the created image is around 5gb) If someone knows how to remove the unnecessary packages without breaking the OSInstall please PM so i can update the script. A single layer DVD size image is better than a dual one. It's compatible with any unmodified OS X Retail Image as long as there's a BaseSystem.dmg inside the InstallESD.dmg. The kexts and boot loader are downloaded from my server into /tmp folder then deleted when it's done using them. If anyone has any suggestions on how to improve, please don't hesitate to share them.
  8. Thanks for specifying that. I'll try to make the next version compatible with 10.6 as well.
  9. Version 1.0


    Hi there, i'd like to introduce you to Aergia Aergia is a menubar app i've made because i got tired of joggling with 3 ore more apps to do my daily osx86 routine. It's intended to be a easy one-click-away type of tool, for the lazy. Hence the fitting name. On to the features: The restart button: uses a script that bypasses normal restart routine, it's for the systems that for some reason can't restart normally. It was made for my laptop when it had this bug so results will vary, the restart may not be instant and can actually take a few minutes or not happen at all. The sleep and shutdown are just there to complement the restart one. Toggle Turbo States: This is a useful feature for laptop users when they go mobile and want more battery life. Currently it works only on Chameleon by altering the DropSSDT=Yes/No field. Based on the assumptions it actually affects your system. Toggle File Visibility: Just your average show/hide hidden files function. Rebuild Kext Caches: Rebuilds the system kextcache file. Kext installer: It's a basic kext installer, you can choose if you want to install it in the current partition or another. It launches a finder window, so if you have finder in the background so will this window be. Next version will fix this. The round blue info button provides some info about the features, and the "x" closes, not hides, the utility. DOWNLOAD: Update: Aergia V1.1 Changelog-V1.1: - implemented Sparkle Framework (update feature) + "Check for updates" button. - fixed Kext installer window, it will now be on top of the any other windows. - renamed "Repar Kext Caches" to "Rebuild Kext Caches". - it should now work with Snow Leopard! If you have any feature ideas/requests or bug reports please post them here to send them via email (can be found in the Info popup inside the app) P.S Aergia works great with Growl Fork! Thread: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=280906&pid=1836233&st=0entry1836233
  10. None is working on it except me, and i'm no developer... i'm learning as i go and it's an agonizing process. Atm i'm stuck in development due to missing information that not even almighty google can find. I need the full SSDT dump from someone that has a 3D display or a modded bios with the nvidia GPU set as primary...
  11. Ah crap, i thought the card is being detected alone in your case. EFI String won't help you, you're in the same boat as everyone else. As you can see the display is attached to the Intel GPU one... even if you could somehow deactivate it the Nvidia card would still not take over due to how the bios sets the linking. DSDT method isn't complete yet as whole chunks of info are missing. The easiest way to get it working is through a modded bios for your laptop.
  12. This is weird indeed. Well, if the card is detected alone without the Intel GPU inside OS X, then it's just a matter of creating your own EFI String, because GraphicsEnabler=Yes has problems with GT5XXm cards, it doesn't inject the proper data. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PL - Pastebin.com < Kinda like this. Can you upload your DSDT file, i'm intrigued by how the card gets loaded via the bootloader only despite having optimus
  13. Oh funny, let's try again 1. reboot 2. at the bootloader screen where you can choose the partition you want to boot 3. press the down arrow key so a menu will appear 4. navigate to the Video selection/button/call it however you want 5. enter
  14. File not found, weird. Anyway i'm pretty sure it doesn't have optimus. The easiest way to check is to check Video info at the bootloader (press the down key and navigate to the Video thing) It will say Nvidia GT540M instead of Intel HDXXXX
  15. I've been trying to get this card working for the past months, i'm getting really irritated when people suggest GraphicsEnabler... Again, do you have optimus on it or not? GraphicsEnabler=Yes is unable to inject the proper device data when it has no access to the nvidia bios because the intel one is set as primary during boot.
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