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[GUIDE] Use more than 4gb RAM on AMD with 32 and 64 bit apps working

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I get "no such file or directory" for the lines beginning with "cOS/QuickTimeComponents "

Each code box is a single command and should be entered one a a time rather than a line at a time. Each box contains a single line, it is just wrapped to fit in the box. Copy and paste the entire contents of each box at a time.

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Gave it another go but no luck, system crashes during startup with more than 4GB, I can't get 64-bit working, I'm not sure if thats a minimum requirement

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Hey Guys, I don't have an AMD Hackintosh, but I have the same Problem on my Intel Hackintosh.

Mainboard: ASUS P5W

Prozessor 2,67 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (E6750)

Graphics: Geforce GTS 250

RAM: 8 GB 800MHZ DDR2 SDRAM

Software: Mac OS X Lion 10.7.3

My Problem is, that my Hackintosh don't use the full 8 GB of RAM but only 3,13 GB.

How can I handle this?

Any suggestions? :concern:

Happy Eastern btw :eagerness:

Edit 1: I think I found the problem! In my Bios-settings the memory remapping is deactivated but it must be activated for 64 bit = more GB than 3.2

Buuuut!!

If I activate memory remapping I get an blue screen!! I also tried to start from the Lion USB Thumb. I got again a kernel panic!!

Please help me :(

Edit 2: I fixed my Problem!! For those who have the same Problem here the solution.

1. I turned my bios settings to default

2. Activated AHCI

3. Jumper Configuration settings -> A I Overclocking (set the Ram to 1,8V)

If you get a kernel panic after that you have to check you CPU settings in Bios.

I deactivated something like Hyperthread or something like that and now it works :)

Nice Hackintoshing ;)

Edited by skateboy1991
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Hmm. I get a problem here with a segmentation fault.

71-94-19-196:~ evil_apple$ cd Desktop/amd_insn_patcher/

71-94-19-196:amd_insn_patcher evil_apple$ sudo ./amd_insn_patcher /System/Library/QuickTime/QuickTimeComponents.component/Contents/MacOS/QuickTimeComponents /System/Library/QuickTime/QuickTimeComponents.component/Contents/MacOS/QuickTimeComponents

Patching universal binary (2 architectures)

Patching I386 part (processor 7, architecture 0)

Code signature removed succesfully (32bit)Patch report (1): 10 instructions patched, 172 bad instructions, patches bypassed: NO

Skipping non-Intel architecture (1)

71-94-19-196:amd_insn_patcher evil_apple$ sudo ./amd_insn_patcher /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib

Patching universal binary (3 architectures)

Patching X86_64 part (processor 16777223, architecture 0)

Code signature removed succesfully (64bit)Patch report (1): 0 instructions patched, 442 bad instructions, patches bypassed: NO

Patching I386 part (processor 7, architecture 1)

Code signature removed succesfully (32bit)Patch report (2): 1 instructions patched, 32 bad instructions, patches bypassed: NO

Skipping non-Intel architecture (2)

71-94-19-196:amd_insn_patcher evil_apple$ sudo ./amd_insn_patcher /usr/lib/dyld /usr/lib/dyld

Segmentation fault

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