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  1. What's up guys! ? Before anyone asks, I know that there's a bunch of tutorials to Hackintosh eeePC to Mac OS X 10.6.0, and I've used two or three of then combined to accomplish the correct installation. So, here's my guide, with the proper refferences, that works flawlessly with eeePC 1005HA, maybe others eeePCs as well (not tested). ? Server: http://www.machado.dynu.com ? Download the .zip file on my server that contains: ? - rtf file with step by step installation - Folders with all the files used - OSX86_ModUSB.pkg - 10.6.8 update bundle ? If any doubts, PM me or just aks here. ? Good luck! I'll wait for feedback!! ? ? # Edit nº 1: ? As asked, I'll post the guide here, but it was made to be done with the files I've put in the zip file, so no one will have to search for it elsewhere. Now, at the server, I gave the choice to download the Full ZIP file, with all the files nedded (include 10.6.8 update bundle), and the option to download minor parts. I still recommend the full guide. ? (Steps 2 to 7 are inside Other.Files.zip) ? ? ? INSTALLATION GUIDE: ? YOU’LL NEED THE IMAGE (DMG) FILE OF MAC OS X 10.6.0 RETAIL TO ACOMPLISH THIS INSTALLATION: ? Pre-installation (BIOS setup) ? Boot into the BIOS. (Boot the EeePC. When you see the first window with the big Asus EeePC logo, press F2 key. You will be in the BIOS.) ? Choose the following settings: ? Advanced --> IDE Configuration --> ATA/IDE Configuration?????????? [Enhanced] ????? Configure SATA as?????????? [AHCI] ? CPU Configuration --> Max CPUID Value Limit????????? [Disabled] ? F10?to exit and save configuration changes. ? Installation ? Create USB Thumb Drive Installer using Nawcom's ModUSB (on the package). ? Install OSX 10.6.0 using your USB Thumb Drive Installer: When in the main installer window, use Disk Utilities to format the Hard Drive to GUID. Then continue the installation. Restart. ? Boot into the newly installed Mac OSX using the Thumb Drive (press the "esc" key at boot, select the thumb drive), When in the Chameleon Bootloader Screen press any key, then select your new OS. You should boot into your new OS. ? Update to v10.6.8 ? Step 1:?Update: ? - Open Mac.OSX.10.6.8.Update.dmg and INSTALL the .pkg file.? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? DO NOT RESTART WHEN ASKED!! ? Step 2:?Install Kernel Update 10.6.8.pkg. ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??NOW?REBOOT! ? Step 3:?Copy all?FILES?inside?"Move to Extra" folder?(not the folder itself)? to the "Extra" folder on your HD (path > /YourHD/Extra/) ? ? Step 4:?Copy?Kext Wizard?app to your?Applications folder. ? ? Step 5:?Replace Apple80211Monitor.bundle (Yellow): ? - Go To -? System / Library / SystemConfiguration - Find the old file and DELETE IT ? --> ? Copy the new one to the folder. ? ? Step 6:?Install Kexts (Blue) with?Kext Wizard: ? - On?Installation?menu, drag and drop to the white area all Kexts (labed blue); - On?Destination,?select System/Library/Extensions, and INSTALL. ? - On?Maintenance?menu, check System/Library/Extensions > check Repair permissions, and EXECUTE. ? ? Step 7:?Install VoodooHDA.prefPane (Green). ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? REBOOT! ? What should be working: ? - Wireless (setup on Network Settings) - Sleep / Wake - 1024x600 Display - Fn Keyboard Keys ? ? Step 8:?Run Software Update and download newest updates. ? You're Good to Go! Enjoy your?Asus eeePC 1005HA Snow Leopard 10.8.6 Hackintosh ? ? References: ? -?http://jaavros.blogspot.com.br -?http://www.osx86.net ? ? # Edit nº 2: ? - Changed server URL.
  2. I am currently working on upgrading my sandy bridge hackintosh from 10.6.3 to 10.9. I have succesffuly used the updatehelper from u-know-where to update to 10.6.8 successfuly. I was excited for this handy app store to get mavericks, but I ran into a problem. The app store does not work saying the device or computer is not recognized. I have tried removing all of my ethernet connections and putting them back. That did not work so I am open to any solution. (it also seems that booting with "PCIRootUID=1 and EthernetBuiltin=Yes" causes black screen and "EthernetBuiltin=Yes and -x" causes kernel panic.) Thanks in advance im really liking making my own hackintosh so far! Build Gigabyte H61N-UB3 Motherboard Intel i3-2105 CPU (thats all i know off the top of my head tell me if u need more)
  3. Dear, ? I am trying to install my Echo Audio Gina20 in my hackintosh, but so far I haven't got it to work. This is the card: ? Someone has made a special driver (kext) for it to get it to work in Mac os X 10.6.X. I've installed that driver, but the card isn't recognized?at all. ? This is the driver I am using:?https://sites.google.com/site/echodriverosx/ ? Can someone give me some tips, so I can get my card to work? ? Thanks in advance, ? EvilID
  4. Hi guys Im net to the hackintosh world.... ?I have an acer aspire one zg5 running ATOM processor. ?I have my system working fine with 10.6.3 with all devices working... (swapped my atheros wifi for a broadcom) my problem is now I have done the 10.6.8 combo update and the system no longer boots from hard drive. ?It boots fine with the usb boot....all devices working... ?but when I boot from hard drive there is no error message just a blank desktop image and a mouse pointer... pointer can move but nothing else happens...just a blank destop, no menus no anything!!! ?any ideas??? ? Im posting some screenshots... ?first is when I boot from the USB... ?second is hard drive boot... third is when I go verbose on the hard drive...it just stops there and will ?not advance.....
  5. What version OS X would?work best?on my machine? I have the 10.6.3 install DVD from the Apple Store. A second SSD for OS X is also on my to purchase list for this machine - recommendations? I want to build this box for stability above all other desires. Eventually, I would like to dual-boot this with Win7 64-bit Professional. ? Here are my Desktop Specs: - Stock Dell XPS 8500 - 256 GB SSD (boot/OS drive) - 1.8 TB HD (C: drive) - Intel Core i7-3770 CPU @ 3.4GHz - 12 GB Ram - Win7 64-bit OS w/SP-1(Professional) ? Thanks
  6. i will be short, i just could not get anything working (10.6.8, the only distro that works fine), it`s impossible to find the right kext, i don`t know if i need to flash, if some good soul could help me get this video card working (not dsdt, my motherboard is really old), i browse all other forums, and i never get a solid guide how to get working,, thanks already. ? (please a little tutorial, i really don`t understand any method so far)
  7. Hi all, I'm trying to add VRAM to my Snow Leopard OSX guest OS, but it's limited to 8 MB even though I set the guest Video Memory to max 128 in VirtualBox guest settings. :evil: I also noticed if I use the built in VirtualBox EFI feature, the VRAM limits to 4 MB! Even worse, that firmware doesn't support resolutions over 1440x900. At the moment I'm using the Chimera bootloader from the latest MB{censored}, which allows for higher resolutions but no VRAM over 8 MB. Any ideas? Do I need to load another driver in the guest, if so which one? Here's the setup: sw_vers guest OS: ProductName: Mac OS X ProductVersion: 10.6.8 BuildVersion: 10K549 Virtualbox: 4.1.0 snow.vmx (guest config): <Display VRAMSize="128" monitorCount="1" accelerate3D="true" accelerate2DVideo="false"/> (it doesn't matter if I change 3D or 2D settings, or even lowering 128 to 64 or 32, still 8 in guest!) system_profiler in guest OS: Display: Type: GPU Bus: PCI VRAM (Total): 8 MB Device ID: 0xbeef Revision ID: 0x0000 Kernel Extension Info: No Kext Loaded Displays: Display: Resolution: 1920 x 1200 Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888) Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes Vendor ID: 0x80ee system_profiler in Host OS: Graphics/Displays: AMD Radeon HD 6490M: Chipset Model: AMD Radeon HD 6490M Type: GPU Bus: PCIe PCIe Lane Width: x8 VRAM (Total): 256 MB Vendor: ATI (0x1002) Device ID: 0x6760 Revision ID: 0x0000 Guest loaded kernel extensions: Index Refs Address Size Wired Name (Version) <Linked Against> 1 51 0 0 0 com.apple.kpi.bsd (10.8.0) 2 4 0 0 0 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  8. Hi guys ! After updating my 10.6.2 (Hazard) to 10.6.8, my usb doesn't work for drives or webcam (My mouse work fine). Is there any solution for that ? (Sorry for my english, i'm french ) Thanks !
  9. I have successfully been able to boot into 10.6.8 with my 660/680 GPUs, surpassing many KPs by finding solutions online but the resolution is in VGA mode which is depressing (lol, not really). From what I know, Apple doesn't plan on supporting older OSs with the newer hardware, so I am asking the help from the hackintosh community to lead me to a patch that would allow me to utilize the native resolution of the GTX 6XX in Snow Leopard. Any useful help is appreciated, thanks.
  10. Well after 3 excruciatingly long days I have finally done it! I manged to get OSX 10.6.8 installed on my AMD machine but i'm still stuck in a few places... I am a super noob at this but good with tech work in general. I'm a Programmer/Web Developer/Hardware/Software Support guy by trade. hardware info: AMD FX4100 ATI HD5450 Gigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H So I used ModCD and a retail copy of 10.6.3 with the following flags: rd(0,0)/Extra/modbin_kernel arch=i386 legacy_kernel cpus=1 busratio=17 colors=32 GraphicsEnabler=No After a successful install I still couldn't get my machine to boot without a few flags: busratio=17 colors=32 UseKernelCache=No npci=0x2000 Once I finally reached the OS I did the following: Ran the Apple Combo Update for 10.6.8. Before rebooting installed legacy kernel AMD for 10.6.8 Ran Mulitbeast 3.10.x and installed all kexts, fixes, and EasyBeast stuff Committed the second set of flags above to my org.chamelon.boot.plist Rebooted So the machine currently boots and runs but adding the ati5000injector.kext for my HD5450 to my Extras/Extensions folder causes the boot process to stall until it's removed. It seems to stall at the NvClockX loading process which i'm guessing is some sort of nvidia driver. Can I remove these drivers or is there a better way to get my ATI card to work? Can I fix my boot process so I don't have to use so many hardcoded flags to get it to start? Thanks in advance -Mike
  11. How to Upgrade SL to Lion 10.6.8 to 10.7 now i am installed on my pc snow leopard 10.6.8 but i will upgrade to lion 10.7, but i don't understand starting from where if i start to upgrade i have pc with speck CPU : AMD Athlon X2 +4400 Mobo : Supports AMD Socket AM3/AM2+/AM2: • AMD Phenom FX/Phenom processors • Athlon 64 X2 / Athlon 64 FX / Athlon 64 / Sempron processors • Chipset • AMD™ 790GX Chipset + AMD™SB750 Chipset • Hyper Transport Bus • HT 3.0 • Memory • Dual Channel DDR3/DDR2 memory technology • 4 * 240-pin DDR3 DIMM slots & 2 * 240-pin DDR2 DIMM slots • Supports DDR3 1333/1066 non-ECC ,un-buffered memory • Supports DDR2 1066/800 non-ECC ,un-buffered memory • DDR3 Max.8GB, DDR2 Max.4GB, • Expansion Slots • 2 * 32-bit PCI slots • 2 * PCI Express 2.0 x16 slots by 8-LANE • 2 * PCI Express x1 slots • Storage AMD™SB750 Southbridge Chipset : • 6 * Serial ATA2 3Gb/s connectors • Supports HDDs with RAID 0, 1,5,10,JBOD functions • 1 * Ultra DMA 133 / 100 / 66 IDE connector • Audio • Realtek ALC888 HD Audio CODEC with 8-Channel • Ethernet LAN • Realtek RTL8111CVC PCI Express Gigabit LAN for HA08 COMBO • Realtek RTL8111D PCI Express Gigabit LAN for HA08 COMBOD • USB • Embedded 12 * USB 2.0/1.1 • Special Features • Advanced Power Design that supports the latest Socket AM3 CPU • Support* ACPI S3 & CPU Smart FAN & D.I.Y Switch x3 • Rear Panel I / O • 4 * USB 2.0/1.1 ports • 1 * PS/2 mouse port • 1 * PS/2 keyboard port • 1 * VGA port & 1 * DVI port • 1 * Coaxial Out & 1 * Optical Out • 1 * HDMI port • 1 * RJ-45 port • 1 * Audio I / O ports • 1 * e-SATA port • Internal I / O • 4 * USB 2.0/1.1 headers for 8 USB 2.0/1.1 ports • CPU / Chassis Fan connectors • 1 * 8-pin ATX 12V Power connector • 1 * 24-pin ATX Power connector • 1 * COM header & 1 * IR header • CD / AUX Audio in • 1 * Ultra DMA 133 / 100 / 66 IDE connector • 1 * HDMI_SPDIF header • BIOS • AMI 8MB DIP Flash ROM • Form Factor • ATX Form Factor (305x245mm) Grapich : HIS ATI Radeon HD 5450 Memory : 2 GB Sorry My English not good Thanks Regard Baguz
  12. If I use the 10.6.8 update combo with iATKOS S3 V2, will it still work? Here is what I'm talking about: Mac OS X 10.6.8 Update Combo v1.1
  13. Hi. I have a Dell Inspiron E1505 with a C2D and 4GB of RAM. My video card is an ATI X1300 (7149). For some reason Snow Leopard 10.6.7 works wonderfully with my system but 10.6.8 doesn't. When I edit ATI1300Controller.kext and ATIX1000.kext and install RadeonHD.kext, my computer boots but instead of showing the login screen, it shows a white screen really quick then reboots. I dont know why . So I thought Lion might work better but it doesn't. I can't boot lion without GraphicsEnabler=No and therefore can't get the resolution or QE/CI. So could someone help me either get 10.6.8 graphics working or Lion? I'm using hazard for SL and iatkos L2 for Lion.
  14. can someone help me, i can't change the screen resolution on my hackintosh.. my spec is: powercolor ati radeon 5670 2gb ddr3 gigabyte motherboard 10.6.8. Osx 2x 4gb Ram sorry i can't give you detail about my motherboard and other hardware, cause i'm not @ home right now. there is no kext loaded for my graphic card on my system info. sorry for my english, i'm indonesian
  15. Hi, I recently installed Snow Leopard 10.6.8 on a Samsung NC10 netbook. Everything works fine on it except a few things. 1. My wifi (this is very inconvenient for me because since my computer is a netbook, I am going to want to connect to the internet without a ethernet connection) 2. For some reason when I go into sleep mode the computer won't go fully into sleep. The network, battery and power lights for some reason are staying on and if I press the power button on it it won't wake up. 3. My sound won't work (this is a big issue for me because I like to listen to things that are meant to have sound with sound)
  16. Background: I am a Windows Engineer of some considerable experience, who has on occasion been forced to fix the odd unix-related problem. I have been using Macs at home for about five or six years and quite like them, enough to have bought a couple and have a hankering for another. I should however point out that I haven't ever really had to fix much with any of the my Macs, I wouldn't consider myself any higher than a "power user" at a push. So I was poking around on eBay watching auctions of minis and iMacs, roughly around the 2006-8 time-range and seeing that they were regularly selling for anything from £200-£400, so I started squirelling away the pennies when it occured to me that most of the machines I was looking at were Core Duo or even Core Solo, therefore not capable of running more recent builds of OSx. So I thought to myself, do I really want to spend that much money on something that is already pushing obsolesence? Probably not, but what to do? I cast my mind back to the bad old days when I tried to build a Hackintosh using 10.4, laughed at my ridiculous idea and then went about my day. But for some reason, I couldn't get the idea out of my head, probably because I hate to be defeated. So before I knew what was what I had dusted off my old rig (literally, with canned air and a black sack) and was busily trying to find an intelligible guide appropriate to the hardware I had to hand, which for the record was as follows.. Hardware: Generic PSU Board: Gigabyte GA-EG41MF-US2H socket 775 mainboard (Link: GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 775 - GA-EG41MF-US2H (rev. 1.3)) or google the board name if the link expires CPU: Intel E2160 (Link: Intel® Pentium® Processor E2160 (1M Cache, 1.80 GHz, 800 MHz FSB) ) or google Graphics: Asus nVidia GeForce 210 1GB Silent - which I should admit I bought especially for this project. (Link: Asus GeForce 210 Silent Graphics Card (1GB, DDR3): Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories) RAM: 4GB of whatever was cheapest back in 07 when I built it, shows in hardware profile as A-DATA DDR2 800, 2x2GB HD: Seagate ST9500420AS (500GB SATA II, 2.5") So How did I do it? (The build: ) Well after a couple of days tinkering it became apparent that in order to make my life easier, I should buy a known good grpahics card rather than the one I had which apparently no-one else on the whole planet ever bought. This makes the first few days of work irrelevant so I will not detail them. So after a couple more days playing around following as best I could guides written by people with different components than me or different OSX'es I was beginning to lose hope, until I came across this awesome guide: {censored} Blog: iB{censored} + MB{censored}: Install Mac OS X on any Intel-based PC - I take no credit for this guide, it was not written by me. What I can tell you is that by following it and applying a little common sense and background knowledge, I was at 10.6.8 from a blank disk in TWO HOURS (considering I had been at it for a week at this point, I was delighted.) If your hardware matches mine, remember to install VooDooHDA in MB{censored} as this is not installed by default. The guide invites you to install other components, it's just a tickbox. So, I was already most of the way there. Everything except full-on grpahics working. I installed all the outstanding updates and rebooted. Now I had to set about the graphics card. A quick look at the super-awesome 10.6.8 HCL (HCL 10.6.8 - OSx86) showed me that my card was supported (I already knew this) and that I could "make it go" using graphicsenabler=yes (Included in the build above by default) and by injecting the card's EFI string into boot.plist. What? I hear you ask, isn't EFI A record label? Well no it isn't, that's EMI and fear not, it's damn sight easier than you are probably thinking at this point. To The internet! once again. This time, I came across another useful guide, here: Asus nVidia GeForce 210 1GB DDR3 Working! - InsanelyMac Forum -I ended up doing this twice after doing something stupid and having to start again. The first time through I nicked the EFI String right out of this guide, whilst it did work after a fashion, I had problems... only one monitor would work, changing res caused the screen to go blue til after a reboot... This guide does tell you how to get your own EFI string, it takes seconds and is totally worth it, as I was able to get Full HD, dual displays apparently with nothing broken (Played Diablo 3 on full settings for hours.) NOTE ON EFI INJECTION: If you have followed this guide and are intending to follow it to completion, you will need to note that in this build rather than inserting the EFI string for your graphics card into com.apple.boot.plist as directed in the guide, you will instead need to add it to org.chameleon.Boot.plist, located in /Extra So having injected the string and rebooted, you should be looking at a nice, modern resolution and wondering to yourself whether you're about finished.. well you are. Congratulations. The first thing you should do is attach a spare drive and use an application such a Carbon Copy Cloner (Carbon Copy Cloner - Home) and clone out your hard work before you go and do something stupid to it, like I did twice.) Does anything not work? Yes - I can't get into the appstore BUT THE ITUNES STORE DOES WORK. My belief is that I have an invalid system serial number, but trying to change it caused me complete rebuild from scratch number two, so I can live without it for now. Anything else? Nope. It's been up for three days now, running Diablo 3 for several hours during the day and playing 1080p video via XBMC in the evening. No unexpected reboots, no weirdness, performance is staggering - it leaves my 2008 iMac (8.1) in the dust. So what I have done here is proved to myself that it is most certainly possible for a Mac novice to build a decent performing Hackintosh for a fraction of the cost of equivalent Apple hardware. Which wasn't much of a surprise, but I was glad my proof of concept went ahead. Over the coming months, I will be improving the hardware in stages, beginning with a case and PSU which don't require their own seperate outbuilding, then an SSD and when I can be bothered to go through all the above again, I will replace the board and CPU with something a little more current, but right now, it will more than meet my needs. If you have any questions about the specifics of this guide please either reply to this thread or email me moc.liamg@revoltaoggnigar (its reversed) but as I said way back at the start, I'm no expert. This worked for me, it may not for you. This is just me giving something back to the Hackintosh community. . I will try and help you where I can, but in all likelihood following my advice on an existing build will break it. Always make changes to your cloned build rather than your live one, it will save you a world of pain.
  17. After two days of trial and error, I managed to install Snow Leopard 10.6.8 on my 1001PXD complete with wifi (via the ever-irreverent AR9285) and sound. It dual boots with Windows 7 on the same HDD via chameleon. I thought I would share my guide here and another forum, since both sites were considerable sources for the helpful information that led to my success. I have been unable to find any other guide for the 1001PXD, and only a few unspecific guides for the 1001PX. This guide should work for both as far as I know. Off to it. What you need: 1. 8gb USB flash drive "8gbFD" 1a. (optional) second flash drive, at least 2gb 2. Access to another Mac 3. The following files: 3a. Hazard 10.6.6i Snow Leopard iso 3b. Apple 10.6.8 Combo Update 3c. 10.6.8 Legacy Kernel 3d. This set of kext files for the AR9285 chip 3e. Netbookinstaller 0.8.4 rc1 (NOT 0.8.5pre) "NBI" 3f. VoodooHDA.kext. Not providing a link because I can't find the source for the file I used and I don't want to recommend a random one I haven't tested. There are plenty here Procedure: Part I 1. Dowload Hazard 10.6.6i iso onto your other mac. Insert 8gb flash drive. Mount the Hazard iso. 2. Open Disk Utility. Select your 8gb USB stick, click on the "Erase" tab, select "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" and click "Erase." 3. Now click the "Restore" tab. Drag the MOUNTED Hazard image to the "Source" line, and your 8gb flash drive to "Destination." Click "Restore." 4. Open Netbookinstaller 0.8.4 rc1, select your 8gbFD, and click "Prepare Drive." Part II 1. Eject your new bootable USB stick from the mac and insert it into your netbook. Restart the netbook and smash F2 until you get to the BIOS screen. Navigate to boot order and select "Hard disk order." Set USB as first priority, press F10 and hit Enter. 2. After the System restarts, it will boot from the USB dongle and present a menu. Select "Hazard 10.6.6i" and press Enter. 3. It will boot into the OSX installer. Select whatever language you prefer, accept the agreement, and click "Customize." 4. Expand all the suboptions. Under Chameleon select RC4 or RC5 (both worked for me) and Bootx86. This doesn't really matter as we will run NBI later which will change your chameleon settings. 5. Check all the boxes EXCEPT for DSDT Patcher, EvOSpeedStep, Graphics, Sound, and Network drivers. 6. Accept and click Install. 7. Restart, leaving the USB stick in the computer. This time select your OSX partition at the boot menu. 8. Insert your second flash drive with NBI 0.8.4, the 10.6.8 combo update, 10.6.8 legacy kernel, and voodoHDA.kext on it. Copy everything to your HDD. 9. Open NBI, check ONLY the FIRST option (install chameleon), target your OSX install and click "Prepare." OSX is now bootable (and dual bootable). This will also install an EFI inject that will fix the resolution problem you didn't know you had (If you boot without USB stick before running NBI it will only be 800x600) I suggest a reboot here after removing the 8gbFD to make sure everything works. Don't forget to remove your second USB stick or the comp will try to boot from that (fail) 10. If reboot succeeds, mount 10.6.8 Combo update and run the installer. DO NOT RESTART 11. Extract the 10.6.8 legacy kernel and run that installer. Now restart. 12. Open Kext Utility (comes in /Applications/ in Hazard install) and install IO80211Family.Kext from aforementioned archive. Drag the other file (the .bundle) to /System/Library/SystemConfiguration. You will have to delete the one that is already there. 13. Delete AppleHDA.kext from /S/L/E. Use Kext Utility to install VoodooHDA.kext. 14. Cross fingers and reboot Good luck! Edit: Some clarifications The 1001PXD uses Intel GMA 3150, which is unsupported. Running NBI installs an inject for GMA 950. It's not perfect, but it gets the resolution fixed and YES QE/CI WORKS. What works: Wifi Sound CI (no QE) Webcam What doesn't work: Sleep What works with additional kexts: Trackpad gestures wired ethernet
  18. Hi just to share experience, I've been struggling to get my gtx560 (non ti) working with SL 10.6.8 i'm neither a gaming guy nor a video one, so I only wanted full res and dual monitor. I got it using chimera 1.8 (correct detection of the board at boot) and nvdagf100hal.kext and nvdaresman.kext from nvidia 270 driver (I guess it's Lion's set of drivers too). like lion users I had to remove geforce's kexts and plugins. But I kept Graphics enabler = yes and graphic mode set to nothing in boot.plist I also use a patched dsdt with my graphics correct irq. And most of all, I modded info.plist in both kexts (nvdagf100 and resman) with the following : <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key> <string> 0x120110de&0xffc0ffff 0x120110de&0xffe0ffff </string> not being sure whether 0xffc0ffff or 0xffe0ffff was the right address for my board. I also removed other IOPCI lines from the info.plist I guess the trick would work with any gtx 5xx, assuming you use the correct id for your board (google it...) 1201 is for 560 10de for nvidia : 0x120110de I also lost lot of time when I modded the kexts from within windows : in some way it altered the file encoding and the kexts were not usable by osx, so 10.6.8 wouldn't boot, would kp or just have basic graphics. In the end , I have dual 1920x1080 monitors working under 10.6.8. i'm not sure whether chimera and dsdt are necessary, but since it works, I didn't mess with them ! How it helps...
  19. i happen to have an asus p4p800-vm that has intel video and networking along with sound max audio on board. i have read that there are people that have had issues with getting the audio working at all. i wonder what i could do with the setup. the specs are a 3.2ghz hyperthredded p4 processor, 2.5gb of ram, 40gb hd, dvd burner, floppy drive. i would like to be able to run 10.6.8 if at all. is there anyone that would know what i could do with this setup to make osx work perfectly also i may want to do a usb install as well
  20. Bear with me, it's my first thread. I'm quite new to all of this, just started yesterday. I have a Hackintosh OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.8 Build 10K549 installed through VMware player. I've given the virtual computer 2GB of RAM and I've connected and enabled my Realtek HD audio ALC888 sound card through the VM to the Mac. I've gone through about 10 different versions of kexts, each supporting different OS versions, each a bit different etc. None of them have worked. I've used Kext Utility, Kext Helper and via Terminal, but although it seems to be OK, after rebooting the sound icon does not appear and the system doesn't recognise any outputs. I've also tried it all on Lion but the same thing happened. 1. Could the VM be preventing communication between the sound card and the Mac? 2. Could have I incorrectly installed the kexts/are they all incompatible with the card? 3. Does there need to be a special kext for VMware's virtual sound card if VM does virtualize it? I don't need HD Audio, any stereo will do Thanks in advance
  21. I tried various methods of installing show leopard on my laptop HP ProBook 6465b with 3410mx APU At the end I managed to install hazard10.6.1-10.6.2 and then update to 10.6.8 using the combo update package. At the moment 10.6.8 is working but I can't seem to get the sound working (neither in 10.6.2) Tried installing with legacyHDA and voodooHDA during the 10.6.2 install with no luck In 10.6.8 I also tried installing the voodoohda package but also no luck. I am not very experienced with running mac on pc and any help with this matter will be greatly appreciated! The graphics card (6520g) seems to work but not completely, have a boot flag "Graphics Mode"="1366x768x32" so that it will boot with my max resolution, the doc is transparent as well as other windows so I guess it sort of works, however it only shows the card as 128mb. I guess with this APUs is a bit tricky as they share ram with the processor, however the graphics have higher priority over the ram(in windows the card takes 512 ram on start up, making in inaccessible for the cpu, so 4Gb ram shows as 3.5Gb system ram and 512Mb video ram, plus it can take up to 2Gb during heavy use) Also when I try to watch videos in youtube the video screen is black but the time line is going, last flashplayer is installed (safari was crashing before I updated the flashplayer) so I'm guessing that this has to do with flashplayer trying to use GPU acceleration, hence video card problem.
  22. ---System Setup--- Asus Sabertooth 55i Core i5 Sandy Bridge 2.9 Ghz Sapphire Radeon 5770 4GB GSkill RAM Western Digital Veloci-Raptor 300g ------------------- The instillation of 10.6.8 went fine, I have it running well. I ran MB{censored} and selected EasyBeast with System Utilities --> Would not boot from HDD. I formatted HDD and re-installed to a clean version of 10.6.8, ran MB{censored}, restarted --> Would not boot from HDD. I did the 4k Hard drive work around where you unmount the partition that 10.6.8 is installed on and mount the booth1 Chimera file --> Restarted and would not boot from HDD. Booted in with iB{censored}, got a DSDT file for Sabertooth 55i off of the forums here, put it on my desktop and ran MB{censored} with UserDSDT and System Utilities --> Restarted and would not boot from HDD. Added nullcpupowermanagement.kext with MB{censored} --> Restarted and would not boot from HDD. When I boot with -v it gets partway through the sequence... I'd say 6 seconds in, as soon as the reporting starts on the second page it restarts. ***Edit: I also cannot boot into Snow Leopard with iB{censored} without using PCIRootUID=1 modifier. I installed the Kext that removes the need to type PCIRootUID=1 in every boot. However when I booted I am stuck at the apple loading screen using iB{censored}*** So please, anything you can do to help me. Why won't it boot from HDD? It requires iB{censored} every time.
  23. You can seen in my signature everything about my build so if anyone out there would like to know the way that I got this system fully working then just ask and I will let you know. I will also try to help anyone that has any problems trying to get Snow Leopard to install.
  24. I updated my 10.6.6 with the 10.6.8 combo update today. Just before going to the Legacy Kernel pkg my screen went black.....i panicked for a brief moment and started messing with the Dvi cable and switching the pc on and of....i couldnt patch the update with the kernel since i was totally blind! After a while i decided to reboot my PC...since i was stuck...and to install the kernel in safe mode..only to find out that safe mode means.....blank. I need to get my update to boot....i have important work on my HDD....is there a distro out there with a 10.6.8 legacy Kernel?....i can't afford to do a clean install...or at least before doing so i absolutely need to recover some files....any ideas? My specs are: AMD phenom2 X4 945 Ati HD5850 GA-790XTA-UD4 Mobo
  25. Guest

    GeForce 9600gt freezes

    I've installed Snow Leopard Retail with legacy kernel. Everything was working fine. After update to 10.6.8 my graphics card sometimes freeze. i've got error: 12-02-25 10:57:12 kernel NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error 12-02-25 10:57:12 kernel 0000006e 12-02-25 10:57:12 kernel 00100000 0000502d 00000472 00000000 12-02-25 10:57:12 kernel 0000047a 00000218 00100010 0000000a 12-02-25 10:57:12 kernel 00000000 00000000 00000000 12-02-25 10:57:12 kernel 00000000 00000004 I use GraphicsEnabler. My specifications: AMD Phenom II X4 955 Asus M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 AMD 880G GeForce 9600GT 1GB
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