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  1. I already installed Yosemite on my laptop, I am using BIOS+MBR, booted with Chameleon, I put the rom file under /Extra folder, add "GraphicEnabler=Yes" and "UseAtiROM=Yes", and it successfully booted the graphic card and QE/Ci was enabled. However I can simply distinguish the screen shows graded color and the desktop picture looks like a painting, which doesn't look good. I searched the internet and it seemed like adding the following code into DSDT file may solve the problem: "@0,display-link-component-bits", Buffer (0x04){0x06, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00},However I don't know the code in regards to this graphic card, I and see from the IORegistryExplorer that the graphic info was under PEGP@0, but I cuoldn't find the right place inside the DSDT file, let alone knowing how to add the above code~~~ ? I attached the info file, which includes DSDT.aml 1002_6827.rom and Macbook Pro file extracted from IORegistryExplorer. Can someone show me how to produce the DSDT code and solve the 16bit color depth problem? Many thanks in advance! ? ? Info.zip
  2. I recently installed Snow Leopard on my AMD hackintosh with 8gb RAM but found that if I booted without limiting my RAM to 4gb (with "maxmem=4096") 32bit apps such as Google Chrome would crash as soon as I clicked the icon with the message "APP NAME has quit unexpectedly" After literally weeks of searching I have finally solved the problem so thought that I would post a guide here. First of all you will need to download the "AMD INSN Patcher" which is available from here (osx86.net) or here (original source) and extract the zip file to somewhere, I simply put it on the desktop. Then open a terminal and change to the directory that contains the files from the zip (if on desktop, type cd Desktop/amd_insn_patcher/) Now enter the following commands pressing enter after each one and entering your password if prompted: sudo ./amd_insn_patcher /System/Library/QuickTime/QuickTimeComponents.component/Contents/MacOS/QuickTimeComponents /System/Library/QuickTime/QuickTimeComponents.component/Contents/MacOS/QuickTimeComponents sudo ./amd_insn_patcher /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib sudo ./amd_insn_patcher /usr/lib/dyld /usr/lib/dyld Once you have done this reboot the system without limiting the RAM with "maxmem." All your RAM should be recognised and 32bit apps will now work! I hope this helps.
  3. Everything works great without a problem but the 32bit apps like utorrent and ralink wireless utility, everytime I try and open one of those I get application has quit unexpectedly The only bootflags I use when I boot are npci=0x2000 and -v. I would greatly appreciate it if anyone can help me!
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