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  1. samukbg

    GA-EP45-DS3L

    Hi, how do you make sleep function to work? Can you refer me a guide to configure the dsdt? I have almost every thing working fine in my envy beats 1114ef in ML 10.8.5, but not the sleep function and the hdmi port. Cheers.
  2. hu samuKbg can u upload ur patched dsdt if u have one ?

  3. hello you

    I watched your clip in

    HP webcam and see your good works in the mac.

    I also use mac os x 10.7.2 for HP dv4t 1000CTO, the System shall check that got HP USB Webcam but the webcam does not work in FaceTime and PhotoBoot.

    You guide your editing kext IOPCIFammily and IOUSBFamily to webcam can work.

    Here are two of my kext IOPCIFammily and IOUSBFamily: kext.rar

    Thanks a lot

  4. hello you

    I watched your clip in

    HP webcam and see your good works in the mac.

    I also use mac os x 10.7.2 for HP dv4t 1000CTO, the System shall check that got HP USB Webcam but the webcam does not work in FaceTime and PhotoBoot.

    You guide your editing kext IOPCIFammily and IOUSBFamily to webcam can work.

    Here are two of my kext IOPCIFammily and IOUSBFamily: kext.rar

    Thanks a lot

  5. i'm trying in lion 10.7.2, please help
  6. Hi, i'm booting with GraphicsEnabler="" and i still getting kernelpanic after doing: kextutil RadeonPCI.kext Any suggestions? thank you.
  7. Version 1.0

    1,932 downloads

    Specs: Hp Envy Beats 14' i7 720M 1.6Ghz - 8Gb RAM - 640Gb HD - ATI Radeon 5650m 1Gb... What works: Graphic card QE/CI full, Sound, battery, webcam HD with facetime, photobooth, etc., brightness, touchpad multitouch, usb's, bluethooth, ethernet, keymaps from mac keyboard, cd/dvd/rw, hdmi port. What doesn't work: Wifi. STEPS - HOWTO install Mac OS Lion 10.7.2 on the Envy Beats 14' Notebook: 1 - Install Mac OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.6 with the method you like(LeoHazard). 2 - Follow this tutorial: http://{censored}.blogspot.com/2011/07/xmove-MB{censored}-install-os-x-107-lion.html... (If the "OS X Lion App" crash, right click on it - click on "Show Packages Contents" - Contents - SharedSupport - open "InstallESD.dmg" image - in the opened image open "Install Mac OS X Lion" app). 3 - After installed download the zip file attached Install the 4 kexts with Kext Helper b7 - AppleACPIBatteryManager for the battery - IOPCIFammily and IOUSBFamily for the webcam - VoodooHDA for the Sound. Copy the com.apple.Boot.plist to /Extra from your system. Copy the boot file from the zip to / (root) folder. 4 - If you get a scrambled screen you can make these steps: 4.1 Install SwitchResX if you haven't already, set the resolution to your liking. 4.2 Boot to Windows and retrieve your EDID using the ELDIM - EDIDViewer(Google it). Once you have the EDID saved somewhere you can access (online, text file, USB key, whatever), reboot to OSX. Once you have your EDID, boot OSX (using screen sharing, if the screen is unusable) and open SwitchResX. Drag this file to your Desktop: /System/Library/Displays/Overrides/DisplayVendorID-756e6b6e/DisplayProductID-717??, and rename it to *.plist. Open it with Plist Editor Pro, and add your EDID (You must have to copy your edid in the text file you have saved from Windows and paste in there with the same template code). Once done, remove the .plist extension, overwrite the /System/Library/Displays/Overrides/DisplayVendorID-756e6b6e/DisplayProductID-717 file, and reboot. 5 - Reboot and Voila! *If you are having scrambled screen after doing the EDID process do the following: Option 1: Boot with GraphicsEnabler=No to the system then configure the VNC server on Lion - Preferences - Sharing - mark Remote Management - mark all options - hit Computer Settings - mark "VNC viewers may control screen with password" - enter a password - ok. Then access your computer from any other computer or device with vnc client - Change the resolution screen to 1366x768 in System Preferences - Displays. Option 2: Install LogMeIn - logmein.com - you must make an account for free. Then access your computer from other computer or device with LogMeIn client - Change the resolution screen to 1366x768 in System Preferences - Displays. When it's done you will not have to do this anymore. If i get the wifi working i update here. The video: Please Comment.
  8. statusphere: Try to change the resolution screen after you boot with Preferences > Monitor or with Switchresx panel in preferences with the right resolution by vnc or logmein
  9. like this: AtiConfig theframebuffer
  10. statusphere: did you installed switchresx? Try to use differents framebuffers(aticonfig), i would try Nomascus in your case and don't write the AtiConfig on the boot screen because with me it doesn't work, i had to put in the /Extra/com.apple.Boot.plist file
  11. And other thing os that when you paste the RAW Data code it must have to be with this template XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX... or else it PlistEditor doesn't let you to save the file.
  12. It's the RAW Data you have to paste on macOS but you took the wrong EDID because your RAW Data just have zeros 0 and it must have an hexadecimal code. When you open the EDIDViewer we have 3 options/profiles to choose and just one has the right RAW Data code. When you open the DisplayProductID-717 file with Plist Editor Pro at the button you have the RAW Data to replace and don't paste the 0x00 0x10 0x20... codes from the beginning of the lines, just the hexadecimal code.
  13. Version 1.0

    2,390 downloads

    Special boot file version r875 for the ATI 5650m card thanks to willianhzp that posted on a chinese forum so i could upload in here. If you get a scrambled screen you can make these steps: 1. Install SwitchResX if you haven't already, set the resolution to your liking. 2. Boot to Windows and retrieve your EDID using the ELDIM - EDIDViewer(Google it). Once you have the EDID saved somewhere you can access (online, text file, USB key, whatever), reboot to OSX. 2. Once you have your EDID, boot OSX (using screen sharing, if the screen is unusable) and open SwitchResX. Drag this file to your Desktop: /System/Library/Displays/Overrides/DisplayVendorID-756e6b6e/DisplayProductID-717?, and rename it to *.plist. Open it with Plist Editor Pro, and add your EDID (You must have to copy your edid in the text file you have saved from Windows and paste in there with the same template code) . Once done, remove the .plist extension, overwrite the /System/Library/Displays/Overrides/DisplayVendorID-756e6b6e/DisplayProductID-717 file, and reboot. The proof: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3CFvM5qIGE Please comment your results
  14. samukbg

    ATI mobility 5650

    hey guys, any news about the ATI mobility 5650?
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