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  1. Hi guys Have problem, can't boot with 4 cores cuz i will got this And if i have time to using os before kernel panic, it's working slowly with 4 cores Tried lapic kernel patch it's don't work for me Also wake up from sleep don't work My cpu is : Intel i5 3350p quad core ivy bridge Videcard : Nvidia gt 635 oem (not mobile) working out of boxoii MotherBoard : Acer aspire mc 605 Memory : Kingston 8gb ddr3 1600mhz More detail here : http://www47.zippyshare.com/v/33025718/file.html if you need more information just tell Os x mavericks from N{censored}
  2. Olá pessoal! Ja pesquisei em tudo que foi canto e não consegui encontrar nada que possa sugerir uma solução para meu caso (apesar de encontrar posts semelhantes porém com processador amd, que nao é o meu caso). Estou em busca do hackintosh perfeito para meu PC (que tem uma configuracao relativamente boa) e ja estou a 5 dias direto resolvendo os vários problemas que encontrei pela frente, sendo que tenho um especificamente que não consegui resolver de jeito nenhum. Pois bem, tudo começou desde a instalação do sistema. Utilizei o iAtkos L2 10.7.2 para meu hackintosh. Até ai, dei o boot pelo DVD normalmente e entrou sem erros na instalação. Logo que entrou no setup, reparei muito lag ao mexer com o mouse. Fui tentando realizar a instalação, com muita dificuldade, e consegui instalar o sistema sem erros. Porém logo ao dar o boot pós instalação, dava PCI configuration begin e travava ai. Pesquisei, pesquisei, pesquisei, testei um comando de PCI (nao me lembro agora) e passou a dar kernel panic. Com o erro do KP, pesquisei e descobri que eu tinha que instalar marcando uma opção que se chamava, não me lembro bem, RTC de 32 bits, e desmarcar o RTC puro (era algo assim que tinha que marcar somente a opção 32 bits). Agora com outro KP diferente. Pesquisei novamente e descobri que tinha que colocar o comando arch=i386 pra conseguir dar o boot. Pois bem, boot resolvido, mas com o maldito lag no mouse. Consegui resolver o lag acrescentando o comando cpus=1. Boot novamente agora sem lag no mouse, mas não tinha a resolução correta, nem áudio, nem internet. Resolvi tudo com o MB{censored}. Instalei inclusive o tal TRIMM para HD SSD que é o tipo de HD que estou utilizando para o Mac os. Desempenho absurdamente alto! Praticamente todos os drivers instalados. O problema está justamente ai: O sistema não entra de jeito nenhum se eu não der o comando arch=i386! E o sistema não fica sem travamentos de jeito nenhum se eu não der o comando cpus=1. Na minha concepção, tem algo errado se eu preciso sempre dar um comando de boot para o sistema funcionar. Cheguei ate a salvar os comandos no boot.plist. O mais agravante para mim é o fato de ter que usar o cpus=1 pois ele limita meu processador a trabalhar somente com 1 core, sendo que ele tem 6! Abaixo segue minha configuracao: Placa mãe: DX79SI Processador: Core i7 3960x - 3.30 ~ 3.90ghz (turbo boost) com 6 cores em HT (12 threads no total) e 15mb de cache L3 Memória: 16GB de RAM (4x4Gb) DDR 3 1600mhz em quad channel HD1: Kingston SSD 96GB HD2: Seagate 1TB Placa de vídeo: GeForce GTX 560 com 1GB de memória Placa de som: Onboard; ALC842 (consegui funcionar normalmente) Ja tentei desativar a tecnologia HT mas não mudou nada. Mais um detalhe é que se eu abro o DVD de instalação do iatkos com o comando cpus=1, o lag do mouse tambem some totalmente! Alguém sabe me dizer o que posso fazer? Desde ja muito obrigado
  3. Hi Guys, I installed mountain lion 10.8.4, and using Intel Core i3 2.13Ghz. Everything works fine, but I need boot with "cpus=1"and my system runs only with one core. Could I change it to use all cores? I tried edit VoodooTSCSync.kext to: <dict> <key>IOCPUNumber</key> <integer>3</integer> </dict> And remove cpus=1, but I got panic. panic(cpu 1 caller 0xffffff80002be4d4):"Local APIC error, ... HP Notebook DV6 2137 ML 10.8.4 Intel Core i3 2.13Ghz 8 GB of DDR3 memory nVidia G105M 512MB 500 GB HDD/SSD 7200 RPM
  4. Good Morning, hey guys, so recently i'm upgrading my machine and i changed the motherboard with different chipset than before. For some reason because of my Windows running so slow, i decided to format my entire hard disk and i have to reinstall the 3 OSes that i've installed before. The problem is when i'm trying to install Lion, the mouse and keyboard doesn't work at all and i managed to fix this by adding cpus=1 flag. I think it has no problem to install with single core despite my processor has 4 cores, but after the installation, the mouse and keyboard doesn't work at all without cpus=1 flag and this's really annoying to waste the other 3 cores which had a big impact on the performance. Other hardwares runs smoothly. I set my BIOS configuration like: Intel Virtualization enabled, disable execute bit enabled, hyperthread enabled, limit cpu whatever disabled, sata mode ahci, legacy usb/3.0 off (on not working too) Thanks for the help My Configuration : SABERTOOTH Z77, i7 2600K, 8GB RAM, GTX560Ti, Razer Imperator Mouse, and Blackwidow Ultimate Keyboard... I'm using P8P67-PRO before and it works like charm..
  5. Hi. I posted this message on another hackintosh forum, but no one answered so I thought I should post if here too. I finally managed to install iAtkos V7 on my HP 625 AMD-powered laptop and then updated it to Snow Leopard GM using some tutorial over at geeknizer.com. The install of iAtkos went smooth with the noapic cpus=1 flags but the system would only boot with the cpus=1 flag even with Snow Leopard. Otherwise it would get stuck at IOAPIC: Version 0x21 Vectors different numbers:different numbers. I found most of the kexts that are compatible with my hardware, but none that work with my network card, a Broadcom 4313. Since I've read that this card is mostly incompatible, I want to buy a network adapter for my laptop. So, my questions would be: 1. If in the description of the usb adapter it is mentioned that it works with Mac, will it work with my hackintosh too? 2. Why will the system boot only with the cpus=1 flag? What does it mean? 3. After updating the system to Snow Leopard GM, can I update the OS easily with the software updater? 4. Is there any chance to get my current network card working? If yes, how?
  6. Hi guys!!! I have an hp Pavilion dv7 (3190EV) model with these specs: Product Number VX958EA Microprocessor 1.6 GHz Intel Core i7 Processor i7-720QM Microprocessor Cache Level 2 cache 6 MB Memory 4 GB DDR3 (2 x 2048 MB) Video Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 230M Hard Drive 2 x 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive 7200 rpm Multimedia Drive SATA optical drive: Blu-ray ROM with SuperMulti DVD±R/RW Double Layer Network Card Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Wireless Connectivity Bluetooth wireless networking My OSX is Snow Leopard 10.6.8!!! The only problem that I have is with cpus. The laptop boot only with cpus=1. Can anyone help me please what kext I need to activate all cores??? And if you know how can I install this kext. Many thanks for your time
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