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Fixed my system.

GMA950 users, beware of the new AppleIntelGMA950.kext

If you get garbled display on boot, remove it in single user mode and reinstall the old one.

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Update went fine for me, except that I got a KP on first boot, but then rebooted with -f and it works fine now ;)
Oh and I had to replace AppleHDA.kext with the previous one...

I just still can't get my system to wake up from damn sleep.

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Update went fine for me, except that I got a KP on first boot, but then rebooted with -f and it works fine now :)
Oh and I had to replace AppleHDA.kext with the previous one...

I just still can't get my system to wake up from damn sleep.


Same here dude.............
Except mine wakes from sleep all screwed up.
Takes about 5 minutes for it to wake up after the monitor glitches and then the mouse movement is all glitchy

Mine was retail boot 132.............

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All went well here.

Had to reinstall patched AppleHDA, IOAHCIFamily and ATI drivers for Radeon 3650 HD.


Could you explain where you got the files from and how you did it? I need the same files but I think I installed the wrong kext for the Radeon 3650 and now I get stuck at blue screen even in safe mode. So I need to fix this from Terminal correct? Anyone that could point me in the direction of some info to fix this would be appreciated. Thanks

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getting this now..I've tried to replace applehda, delete powermanagement, replace jmicron, repair perms, still nothing

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I had something similar to, I mean the last lines talking about Jmicron and Firewire making problems. I just booted with - x (safe mode) and then it worked for some reason. I have a ga ep45-ds3 mobo though with the q6600 cpu and two noname 7300gs 512mb pcie videocards and run retail leo. Updated to 10.5.7 using LTLs method.

Edit: forgot to say I use the latest chameleon.

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guys,
how did u got sound working ? i try with legacy 883 drivers with 10.5.7 kext and won't work...nothing
next i restored with TimeMachine AppleHDA from 10.5.6 with same kext that works on it but with 10.5.7 system same problem shows up like before with .7 kext ... i rebuild cache and stuff like that ...
no way to get 883 working ;)

HELP me smart guys what is wrong ? ? ?


Have you tried voodooHDA as a replacement ?

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Hello,

after updating to 10.5.7 from ideneb .6 fresh install, when os its loading showing the apple logo,gray background and spinning circle, it goes to a gray corrupted screen.

HW: EP45-ds3r, E8400 3ghz and ati 4870 512mb ;)

safe mode works..

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Everything went fine from the official updater on my 10.5.6 Vanilla P5K-SE install. Just had to reinstall AppleHDA.kext after for sound.

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rename or delete AppleHPET.kext



I've deleted this and as long as I have the thumb drive in the port when I boot up it works, but as soon as I put the laptop to sleep or don't have it in when booting its a no go. Its got me baffled.

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if I use -f and -x it works but in safe boot, even if I only use -x.

But normal boot keeps showing a gray corrupted screen. also HW info is wrong after update :S

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Hi guys after successfully updating 10.5.6 to 10.5.7. My Hackintosh won't fully shut down. Any help on the problem?

Used IATKOS 10.5.5 as my base installed disabler.ktext and applescript.Ktext I guess. Only the shut down process is not working fine.

I am afraid if I install other Ktext my Hackintosh would need reinstalling.

Thanks

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booted using boot 132, then 80 to use HD, still hangs in same spot. -f doesn't help either.. =(

wo..not sure what I did, but I booted into the system. ???

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Updated successfully form 10.5.6 to 10.5.7
shutdown restarts computer, reinstalled openhaltrestart.kext. Now everything working fine

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I've an Aspire One with iDeneb 1.4.
I tried to update by all possible ways to 10.5.7 with no success.
The computer keeps restarting 3 secs after the Apple boot logo.

I read in the MSI Wind forums that it could be related to the Realtek1000.kext. So I deleted it but still the same thing.

I did the script procedure also but it doesn't work either.

People seem to be updating without any major problems but I CAN'T.

Any ideas?

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To all with wrong info in System Profiler and About This Mac - install Chameleon 2.0 and use smbios.plist in /extra. Make sure you have a clean, unmodified AppleSMBIOS.kext from 10.5.7 (or whatever system version you're on) and that you have no SMBIOS Injectors installed, also check that your com.apple.Boot.plist in Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration is clean, like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
	<key>Kernel</key>
	<string>mach_kernel</string>
	<key>Kernel Flags</key>
	<string></string>
</dict>
</plist>

With Chameleon 2.0 installed, you'll want to be using com.apple.Boot.plist in /Extra. Move all your modifications from the old Boot.plist over to the one installed by Chameleon.

I'm guessing that your info is wrong on 10.5.7 because the update overwrote your patched AppleSMBIOS.kext or other patched files you were using to fix it.

Here is my smbios.plist, currently set up as iMac9,1. Edit as needed.

You can find memory serial numbers and info with CPU-Z in Windows. The _1 and _3 denotes memory slot, memory type 24 is DDR3, 19 is DDR2, 18 is DDR.

Be sure to edit RAM info, CPU and bus frequencies to match your hardware. Also, other Mac models may need different string values. Use google or the forum search to find them, if you don't want your frankentosh to be an iMac9,1.

Some information here, courtesy of OSx86 superhero David F. Elliott: http://pastie.org/333621.txt - search with google for proper Apple serials if you want one.

Note of the odd spelling of 'manufacturer', it must be spelled 'manufacter' for the settings to take, and the capitalization must match, ie SMxxxxx.

Copy and paste the whole thing into textedit or whatever, make your modifications and save it as smbios.plist in /extra.

This is my PC posing as a model 2009 iMac9,1:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
	<key>SMbiosvendor</key>
	<string>Apple Inc.</string>
	<key>SMbiosversion</key>
	<string>IM91.88Z.008D.B08.0904271717</string> (this must match your SMproductname)
	<key>SMmanufacter</key>
	<string>Apple Inc.</string>
	<key>SMproductname</key>
	<string>iMac9,1</string>
	<key>SMsystemversion</key>
	<string>1.0</string> (I don't know if there are other possible values than 1.0)
	<key>SMserial</key> 
	<string>nnnnnnnnnnn</string> (insert valid 11 character serial here if you have one)
	<key>SMfamily</key>
	<string>Mac</string> (this must match your SMproductname)
	<key>SMboardmanufacter</key>
	<string>Apple Inc.</string>  (put Apple Computer, Inc. if you're setting MacPro values)
	<key>SMboardproduct</key>
	<string>Mac-F2218FA9</string> (this must match your SMproductname)
	<key>SMexternalclock</key>
	<string>333</string> (your true CPU FSB, ie non-"quad pumped")
	<key>SMmaximalclock</key>
	<string>3160</string> (CPU freq in MHz)
	<key>SMmemtype</key>
	<string>19</string>
	<key>SMmemspeed</key>
	<string>1066</string> (RAM freq in MHz)
	<key>SMmemmanufacter_1</key>
	<string>Kingston Technology</string> (OCZ, Geil, whatever, the name of your cat, dog or parrot..)
	<key>SMmemmanufacter_3</key>
	<string>Kingston Technology</string> (...pet rabbit names causes system crashes, use with caution!)
	<key>SMmempart_1</key>
	<string>KHX8500D2/1GN</string> (your RAM manufacturer will have this info on their website...) 
	<key>SMmempart_3</key>
	<string>KHX8500D2/1GN</string> (...for example in a .pdf datasheet for your RAM)
	<key>SMmemserial_1</key>
	<string>nnnnnnnn</string> (insert valid serials here if you have them)
	<key>SMmemserial_3</key>
	<string>nnnnnnnn</string> (You can get the serials with CPU-Z under Windows)
</dict>
</plist>


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Mine has never been right. No install disks have ever ready my cpu correctly. So are you saying if I do this work my computer will run differently? If not I really don't care if it doesn't look right.

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It's recommended for compatibility reasons.

For example if you have a laptop it's probably a good idea to use macbook values in smbios.plist.

If mac model information is missing or inaccurate, some apps won't work right or may even refuse to install.

Also you should use it preemptively - for example, if Apple decided to plant a check in the next update that disabled the system if it didn't find a valid Apple motherboard model string, 80% of all hackintoshes would break because their motherboard model would come up as "P5Q-E" or "Dell something something".

And this is currently the only solution that works outside of System/Library/Extensions.

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try SwithResX over here. It is should work as they say. http://www.macupdate...nfo.php/id/8355


It doesn't work. My LCD is a 1920x1200 display, connected to a 9600GT via a DVI-HDMI cable. Under 10.5.6, with NVdarwin, it comes up as a 1920x1200 display, looks great.

Under 10.5.7, QE/CI are supported in hardware, but presumably due to the cable/input source, OS X will only allow it to go to 1920x1080 (Interlaced). SwitchResX is of no assistance.

Back to 10.5.6 for me.

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It's recommended for compatibility reasons.

Some apps won't install at all if mac model information is missing or inaccurate.

Please don't quote when there's no need.
You don't have to quote the whole post when your reply is directly underneath it.
Also, if I go and edit something in my post, the old and inaccurate info will linger in your quote.


100 % agree !
I used before Chameleon 2 RC the injector ways or modded SMBIOS.
Now with CHameleon / smbios.plist in /Extra i am much more happy !
Netkas hint: Dont use MacPro#,1 Modell Names, can make problems if your CPU isnt really an i7 family CPU member.
Also be sure (for best compatibility) dont change only Model name, all must fit together with the other values, means SMBIOS Table + Modelname must fit as some other values too, MacPro or MacBook has an different smbios table as iMac !
I used iMac5,1 and all is OK. Also geekbench & Co.
i attached my smbios.plist for chameleon to look in /compare.

attached: my iMac5,1 smbios.plist (CPU Speed : 2.8, FSB 266 MHZ, RAM 800 MHZ DDR2: edit with your vales)

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Netkas hint: Dont use MacPro#,1 Modell Names, can make problems if your CPU isnt really an i7 family CPU member.
Also be sure (for best compatibility) dont change only Model name, all must fit together with the other values, means SMBIOS Table + Modelname must fit as some other values too, MacPro or MacBook has an different smbios table as iMac !


I dont see how using MacPro3,1 could cause troubles if you are not having an i7 as real MacPro3,1 dont have an i7 right? Maybe you mean using latest MacPro id (4,1?).
Also I think chameleon2 is not injecting the real smbios tables, just the values from the plist or am I wrong?
I'm using the default chameleon smbios.plist without troubles so far. Only strange thing I see is some mention of AppleTyMCEDriver::probe(MacPro3,1) probing failed and kext not being loaded.





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