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Hi! I have a HP 550 laptop Celeron M550 CPU Snow Leopard successfully installed, using different sources of information (this thread not solves all of the problems with this particular version of HP 550). Everything is working great, including sleep, battery, fans, updates via update center (little bit slow though, thanks to an really old processor)... The only problem that drives me insane is... Every time power supply is disconnected, VoodooPS2 driver stoppes working. I'm using a very old  version 1.1.0. Newer kexts are not working after installation (tried both /E/E, /S/L/E, apple kext are deleted). Googling is not helping at all, it seems like nobody faced this issue.

Is there any way to update VoodooPS2 kext on this laptop? Is there specific version? Or maybe another solution? Please help!



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i didnt instal: ACPIthermal, intelthermal, nullcpupowermanagment this may be reason why my hackintosh get freezed after hard work on him ?

and what wifi card can i buy to my laptop hp550 ?



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i didnt instal: ACPIthermal, intelthermal, nullcpupowermanagment this may be reason why my hackintosh get freezed after hard work on him ?

and what wifi card can i buy to my laptop hp550 ?

Probably not. I've installed all these components and still have random freezes. speaking of wi-fi - if you have some issues with build-in wi-fi card, you should try googling - there is some kind of solution, which is helped with non working wi-fi, but i don't remember where i've seen it. 

 

 

 

Hi! I have a HP 550 laptop Celeron M550 CPU Snow Leopard successfully installed, using different sources of information (this thread not solves all of the problems with this particular version of HP 550). Everything is working great, including sleep, battery, fans, updates via update center (little bit slow though, thanks to an really old processor)... The only problem that drives me insane is... Every time power supply is disconnected, VoodooPS2 driver stoppes working. I'm using a very old  version 1.1.0. Newer kexts are not working after installation (tried both /E/E, /S/L/E, apple kext are deleted). Googling is not helping at all, it seems like nobody faced this issue.

Is there any way to update VoodooPS2 kext on this laptop? Is there specific version? Or maybe another solution? Please help!

So, it seems like this topic is totally abandoned. My help-asking post was made five months ago, and i'm almost desperate to get the answer. Does anybody knows about descripted issue? 



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salve, volevo capire se c'era una guida dedicata all'installazione di mountain lion su un 6720s con i rispettivi download di kext e cartella extra







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