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Hi,
You don't need to make it so complicated to get your wifi card back.
The kext was overwritten by the update, so we just need to reinput your vendor id in the info.plist: ours is 4315.
Or run the broadcom enabler script if you don't know how to do that.

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Hi,
You don't need to make it so complicated to get your wifi card back.
The kext was overwritten by the update, so we just need to reinput your vendor id in the info.plist: ours is 4315.
Or run the broadcom enabler script if you don't know how to do that.


I didn't know it! :D Thanks ;)

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i have a little issue: I tried to burn an audio cd with iTunes and gut the error mesage "device not responding, retry no possible".

Is there a driver for the biuld in CD/DVD Writer?

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i have a little issue: I tried to burn an audio cd with iTunes and gut the error mesage "device not responding, retry no possible".

Is there a driver for the biuld in CD/DVD Writer?


Use LiquidCD ;) I tried both iTunes and Burn but they gave me many issues! I trashed 2 CDs! :(

Anyway...I still get many issues with the whole OS, so I decided to abandon the project until new REAL and SOLID updates won't be released...In particular I got this problems:

- Fan works with PowerManagement Package (1,2MB) but once it becomes faster there is no way to stop it! Even if I don't use ANYTHING it keeps spinning loudly :( I tried a lot of thing...I'm tired!

- Battery duration is very poor: 1,5 max 2 hours against the 2,5-3 with WinXP (I know it isn't optimized for Mac (!) but I can't stand to have a non-portable-notebook...I need a better Energy saving lowlevel-policy, ACPI and so on and I know that they aren't going to be released by Apple...Who cares about Intel Celerons if they don't mount them on their laptops!)

- Sound management is strange! It doesn't save settings! But this is not a big trouble...

- Flash performances are good but not as smooth as Windows...I've to admit :( I'm working with Prezi and I need Flash!

- Sleep doesn't work! {censored} I need it!! :( Unfortunately I haven't got another PC to use while I experiment on this...I should buy a Dell Mini 9 or a MSI Wind so I'm sure they are 100% compatible with Mac! :P

About general performance: OSX > Windows with ALL KIND OF SOFTWARE (but Flash of course). Even NexuiZ works better on it! :( And Dual monitor is PERFECT! I hate I have to switch another time to Windows but...I must to! Maybe this summer I'll begin again with Mac experiments...But now I haven't enough time...

Anyway I'll follow this and other topics and I'll help you to upgrade and modify the guide! ;) But please test everything before you post because I can't...Thanks to everybody for your help! ;)

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Thanks for the hint with LiquidCD.

Well, i don't have problems with sleep mode. I don't have any power management installed. When i am away for some time, the display goes to black and the power led is blinking. When i hit on power, the system comes back in a very short time (3-5 sec.).

The fan: My System can not control the fan with variable rpm's. The fan is completly off and starts with full speed (noisy) when the system gehts to hot. But only for a few seconds.

I have a dual boot system with linux mint 7. So i can do everything that don't work on os x with Linux (which works perfect on the hp 550).
Both systems are sharing a large data partition which is formatted with ntfs.

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Thanks for your reply...How the hell you don't have problems with sleep???? :P Me and Gidi we are looking for a solution since the beginning of this "Odissey" (are you using the modded DSDT?)! XD Anyway I got your same "problem"...Maybe the fan's loud sound doesn't bother you but it bothers me! :P I'm trying to get it working like it does under Windows: Fan speed is as fast as CPU needs...Not more, not less. I don't want an "intermittent" fan! :P And how did you let the system recognize the battery? Thanks in advance for your help! :)

Thanks for the hint with LiquidCD.

Well, i don't have problems with sleep mode. I don't have any power management installed. When i am away for some time, the display goes to black and the power led is blinking. When i hit on power, the system comes back in a very short time (3-5 sec.).

The fan: My System can not control the fan with variable rpm's. The fan is completly off and starts with full speed (noisy) when the system gehts to hot. But only for a few seconds.

I have a dual boot system with linux mint 7. So i can do everything that don't work on os x with Linux (which works perfect on the hp 550).
Both systems are sharing a large data partition which is formatted with ntfs.



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Thanks for your reply...How the hell you don't have problems with sleep???? :censored2: Me and Gidi we are looking for a solution since the beginning of this "Odissey" (are you using the modded DSDT?)!


Well,..i didn't :-) The Battery smybol was gone with 10.5.7 upgrade. I was too lazy zu restore it. I don't care about it, because i don't need long runs on battery power. When i take the laptop away, i have always the ac power suppy in use. I have also a 12v laptop charger in my car :-)

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Well,..i didn't :-) The Battery smybol was gone with 10.5.7 upgrade. I was too lazy zu restore it. I don't care about it, because i don't need long runs on battery power. When i take the laptop away, i have always the ac power suppy in use. I have also a 12v laptop charger in my car :-)


Oh ok! :P I understand...But, even if you didn't activate any powermanagement kext, your fan goes "intermittent" does it? :censored2: I've talked to another user who has our same configuration (HP 6720s) and he experiences the same problem but he doesn't care about it! XD Instead I can't stand this loud noise! :P Am I alone?? Thanks for the fast reply! :P

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Welcome to HP 550 Official Hackint0sh Topic


BEFORE YOU INSTALL PLEASE READ THE "LITTLE ISSUES" SECTION AT THE END OF THE POST TO KNOW WHAT COULD NOT WORK WITH YOUR SYSTEM (AND EVENTUALLY DECIDE TO NOT INSTALL) ;)

HP 550 is a cheap and versatile Notebook of Hewlett-Packard Businness Channel. It mounts cheap but efficient components (like Celeron M530/550 and Dual Core T5670) and it provides a very intresting 2years warranty. It comes with FreeDos Operating System (installed on ROM) so you don't have to pay any Windows License! wink_anim.gif But the most beautiful news is that is 100% compatible with Hackintosh! wink_anim.gif Enjoy!

FIRST OF ALL DOWNLOAD THIS PACKAGE:

DriverPackage HP550 UPDATED

This is an updated version of previous DriverPackage (16 Jun 2009). It contains a lot of optional kexts. You don't necessary have to use them but they could be tested or simply used if previous doesn't work.

I've collected my informations and packages by surfing the web (Google) and from Insanely Mac forum, obiouvsly...

I'm not responsable of ANYTHING and you should take care of what you do and what you "don't do" making regular backups (I used Carbon Copy Cloner - Free and easy2use Google for it)

HP 550 WORKING CONFIGURATION:

-CHIPSET: Intel ICH8M AHCI (Just one package for all ICHs exists)
-CPU: Intel Celeron M530 @ 1.73 Ghz with 2MB L2 Cache
-OPTICAL DRIVE: Optiarc DVD RW AD-7561A
-AUDIO: SoundMax AD/ADI 1981 with HD - Device ID 0x103C3618 - Audio ID 12
-GRAPHIC: Intel GMA X3100 - Device ID 0x2a12 (Be sure to have this Device ID!)
-HARD DISK: SATA Model: ST9120817AS - Revision: 3.AHC - Serial Number: 5RE150VV (Don't know brand but is should do not matter)
-WIFI: Broadcom BCM4312
-ETHERNET: Intel 82566MM 10/100
-TRACKPAD: PS/2 Synaptic Touchpad (Don't know version but it doesn't matter wink_anim.gif )
-CARD READER: Should work according to what someone said in this topic.


Now let's start the guide!


BASIC INSTALLATION

Find and download "iPC 10.5.6 OSX Leopard Final" distro and burn it on a Single Layer DVD

Boot from it and let it load until configuration window appears

Open Disk Utility (Upper bar---> Utility ----> Disk Utility) and get a partition table useful to install Leopard (AT LEAST ONE PARTITION OF 12 GB OR MORE HAS TO BE FORMATTED IN MacOS Extended (Journaled) / HFS+)

If you want to dual boot with Windows XP you must edit partition table before (with GParted is OK - Google for it) following this procedure:

  • 1 Install Windows XP on a NTFS dedicated partition
  • 2 With a Partition Editor resize NTFS partition and create another PRIMARY partition (It's very important to be primary! Not Extended/Logical)
  • 3 Then format this new partition by selecting FAT32 (or simply FAT) to let MacOS recognize it during installation
  • 4 All done! You'll be able to see this new partition and format it into MacOS Extended (Journaled) / HFS+
  • 5 TIP: When you install iPC its bootloader, darwin/EFI, will automatically see Windows Partition and you'll be able to select what to boot during countdown!

Once you have created a MacOS compatible partition you just have to proceed to installation. Click continue and select the partition where to install Leopard (you should see only one disk) then STOP! You know, if we install only the basic Operating System we'll have a lot of Kernel Panics...In other words our system won't boot! Or by the way it won't boot properly...

How to overcome this annoying defect? Simply by selecting the appropriate packages to install clicking on the button CUSTOMIZE.

Select ONLY these packages and nothing else or your system will get in troubles! tongue.gif

  • 1 iPC OSx86 10.5.6 Base System (already checked)
  • 2 Any Language Translation (I selected Italian because I'm...Italian!)
  • 3 Expand iPC OSx86 Intel AMD SSE2 SSE3 and select, after expanding each category, the following packages:
  • 4 Driver -> Chipset Drivers -> Intel ICHx SATA Drivers (to better SATA performances) (Not necessary if you update to 10.5.7! It's included!)
  • 5 Driver -> Ethernet -> Intel 82566 MM/DC (Try the default one, if it doesn't work use other method here described)
  • 6 Wireless -> Broadcom (Airport will recognize correctly our BCM4312, works also with WPA2)
  • 7 PowerManagement -> PowerManagement Package (to recognize battery duration)
  • 8 Fixes and Patches -> PS/2 Device Support -> PS/2 Keyboard fix (also for touchpad basic recognition to avoid kernel panic)
  • 9 Applications -> Kext Helper 7 (MUST INSTALL), OSx Tools (MUST INSTALL), EFI Studio, AppleJack, Perian, Pacifist (shareware), NTFS 3-G (MacFuse) (if you want to read/write NTFS partitions like Windows XP) and whatever you need/wannatry

VERY IMPORTANT: DO NOT SELECT KERNELS OR OTHER DRIVERS/PACKAGES NOT INCLUDED IN THIS GUIDE (AT LEAST IF YOU'RE NOT SURE OF WHAT YOU'RE DOING!)

Then let the installation begin and...end! It should install all in not more than 15-20 minutes. Then restart and let's proceed to Basic configuration: You'll have to insert some informations, I suggest you to continue without giving any information to Apple until Leopard asks for username and password. Then configure your wireless network (if DHCP is enabled or it won't connect) or leave it for later and continue until main desktop (with Dock and aurora background) is shown.

PS: Don't install or select any optional software like MobileME if you don't need it.

Now let's install other peripheral devices:

PERIPHERALS INSTALLATION

GRAPHIC AND SOUND:

Download the Driver Package attached to this post (DriverPackage_HP550.zip) and do the following...

  • Then unzip the Driver Package and open "Kext Helper v7" from Go -> Applications
  • Drag and Drop all the Kexts you find in Graphic/10.5.7/Modded (not the Backup one) and Sound directories, insert your password and cilck "EASY INSTALL". If a message like "Installation seems to be fine. Cross fingers etc etc." is shown up you can rebot and you should have installed all correctly.

Little Sound issue: Volume returns to mid-level every reboot (PCM or Master). You have to increase it from Sound preferences.


ETHERNET
(Only if the default driver doesn't work. You can see that if in AirPort only Wireless card is recognized)

Just Drag and Drop the Kext you find in Ethernet Folder inside DriverPackage to the Kext Helper window and even without rebooting it's perfectly recognized as a new Network device wink_anim.gif (if not...well..Reboot!)
TRACKPAD (with sidescroll, twofingers scroll, twofingers tap, tap, double tap and circular scrolling)

(Thanks to user cogombo for reporting - http://www.insanelym...=#entry1167106)

(Thanks to user lebidou from voodooprojects.org for configuration fix)

(Thanks to sam2x from voodooprojects.org for this little-simple how to)

Open terminal and type these instructions


cd /System/Library/Extensions/AppleACPIPlatform.kext/Contents/PlugIns/
		 
		 rm -Rf AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext
		 
		 cd /System/Library/Extensions
		 
		 rm -Rf ApplePS2Controller.kext
		 
		 rm -Rf ApplePS2Controller.kext.orig (if it exists, if not go ahead)

Then...

  • 1 Open OSX86Tools (Go -> Applications)
  • 2 Select Repair Permissions, Set Extensions permissions, Clear Extensions Cache and click "Run Selected Tasks"
  • 3 Install VoodooPS2Controller-0.98-installer.pkg (DriverPackage -> Trackpad)
  • 4 Reboot...

To enable clicking and scrolling it's enough to go to Apple -> System Preferences -> Trackpad and check "Use two fingers to scroll" (even for side scroll), "Allow Horizontal Scrolling", "Clicking"/"Dragging", "Tap trackpad with two fingers for secondary click" (Optional) and "Ignore accidental trackpad input".

Finally you have to copy (typing password if required) the file "org.voodoo.trackpad.configurationloader.plist", found in Trackpad folder, to /Library/LaunchAgents/ directory by terminal or Finder! wink_anim.gif Then repair its permissions or it won't be recognized because of a "dubious ownership" (you can see it from Console messages)

sudo cp FOLDER/DriverPackage_HP550/Trackpad/org.voodoo.trackpad.configurationloader.plist /Library/LaunchAgents/
  
  sudo chown root:wheel /Library/LaunchAgents/org.voodoo.trackpad.configurationloader.plist
  
  sudo chmod 755 /Library/LaunchAgents/org.voodoo.trackpad.configurationloader.plist

This is made to avoid the loss of personal settings like sensibility, 2fingers scroll etc.

This worked on my Synaptic touchpad but it should work on every Synaptic, APLS or Sentelic touchpad...Try and give feedback wink_anim.gif

Now your Hackint0sh it's ready to use!
Enjoy and give feedback!


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TIPS AND TRICKS (UPDATING):



IF YOU WANT TO UPGRADE TO 10.5.7 BE CALM! YOU JUST HAVE TO REINSTALL ALL DRIVER KEXTS! ;) EVERYTHING ELSE WILL WORK AS FINE AS PREVIOUS VERSION ;) TESTED!


Graphic Problems (Flash, Quartz, OpenGL):

BEFORE READING TRY TO DISABLE QUARTZ AND TEST. IF THIS DOESN'T WORK WELL THEN PROCEED.

If you experience some graphic problems please update to 10.5.7 and before reinstalling other kexts (sound, ethernet etc.) read here:

Copy all AppleIntelGMAX3100* kexts you find in /System/Library/Extensions to a Backup folder (in my case on the Desktop):

mkdir /Users/USERNAME (yours...)/Desktop/Backup_Intel
	 
	 sudo copy -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelGMAX3100* /Users/USERNAME/Desktop/Backup_Intel

Then remove all the previous original kexts

sudo rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelGMAX3100*

Ok, now copy the Backup folder (as "Backup 2" or whatever you want) and since now ACT ONLY IN THIS FOLDER! DON'T TOUCH THE BACKUP_INTEL FOLDER!

Follow these instructions:

1. In the AppleIntelGMAX3100.kext and AppleIntelGMAX3100FB.kext there are respectively 2 binary files in MacOS directory. Edit them with a hex-editor (I used 0xED - free). Find and replace ALL hex digits like this:

Find: 8680022a
Replace ALL with: 8680122a (always talking about VID 2a12 and NOT 2a02! In this last case default ones should work correctly w/o modding)

2. Edit the Info.plist in AppleIntelGMAX3100FB.kext package. Find the following line:

<key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key>
	 <string>0x2A028086</string>

and replace with:
<key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key>
	 <string>0x2A128086</string>

It's enough that you write 0x2A128086 instead of 0x2A028086 ;) or copy and paste...same thing...

Then install modded kexts with Kext Helper v7 or osxtools and reboot ;) Surprise!! Flash 10 is already installed in 10.5.7 update and browser is VERY SMOOTH WITH ANY KIND OF MULTIMEDIA CONTENT

FAN BECOMES CRAZY AND TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH:

Delete AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext by Terminal of Finder:

sudo rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext

If you're going to update (i.e. to a future 10.5.8) then you'll have to install Disabler.kext. You find it under "Customize" panel in iPC installation disk. This will serve to avoid Kernel Panics due to the lack of this Kext. I'll insert it in a new DriverPackage as soon as possible ;)

REMEMBER TO INSTALL PoweManagement Package DURING IPC INSTALLATION. THIS IS, AT THE MOMENT, THE BEST POWER MANAGAMENT KEXT. I TRIED BOTH VOODOOPOWER+VOODOOBATTERY AND POWERSOURCE.

SCREEN-LIGHT KEYSTROKES:



GPRINCE METHOD: (Thanks to GPrince)
Attached File: AppleIntelGMAX3100FB.kext_v1.5.18_devID2A12.zip

Keyboard Layout and Special Chararacters


Voodoo Package also provides a full win-like keyboard layout so it's possible to type pipe operator ( | ) by pushing the default button wink_anim.gif To change Control, Command (Apple), and Option keys it's enough to go to System Preferences -> Keyboard and Mouse -> Modifier Keys and choose your best configuration! wink_anim.gif Mine is:

Caps Lock -> Caps Lock
Control -> Command
Option -> Control
Command -> Option

that is more similar to default Win Layout. Infact you can almost use the same shortcuts: Contol+C to copy, Control+V to paste and Control+Tab to change task... wink_anim.gif That's all!

LITTLE ISSUES (TO-SOLVE LIST):

- CRAZY FAN: SOLVED! ;)

- SLEEP
: Simply doesn't work yet.

my fan seems a little bit different will anything bad happen if i delete the appleintelcpupowermanagement.kext? what will happen?

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Hi
mardurhack, did you try the kext AppleACPIThermal which was in the Plugins of AppleACPIPlatform for the fan regulation? For the battery to be recognised I use ACPIBattery.kext from Superhai, but I think now it's called voodooBattery.

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Hi
mardurhack, did you try the kext AppleACPIThermal which was in the Plugins of AppleACPIPlatform for the fan regulation? For the battery to be recognised I use ACPIBattery.kext from Superhai, but I think now it's called voodooBattery.


Hi! What do you mean? The package is already included in ACPIPlatform. Do I have to extract and copy it (from the ACPIPlatform.kext/Content/Plugins) in /System/Library/Extensions as a unique kext? Otherwise could you post here your ACPIPlatform.kext? Thanks in advance! ;)

For the battery I used ACPIBattery by NanChuan and it worked very well. Anyway I'll try also the one by superhai. What about your fan? It's crazy like mine?? :P

@Ryan: You SHOULD delete the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement because it causes only "defects" in the power management. Or you should use Disabler.kext ;) It's written in the guide.

TO ALL: MAYBE I'VE FORGOTTEN TO INCLUDE THE TRACKPAD PACKAGE BY VOODOO PROJECTS! ;) IF YOU DON'T FIND IT PLEASE TELL ME AND I'LL POST A DIRECT LINK TO IT...

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Ok,
I deleted it ages ago, and tried to load it yesterday, the fans blowed, but the computer didn't go to sleep.
So this is maybe what is prevent sleep to work for you.

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Ok,
I deleted it ages ago, and tried to load it yesterday, the fans blowed, but the computer didn't go to sleep.
So this is maybe what is prevent sleep to work for you.


What kext are you talking about? Thermal or IntelCPUPowerManagement? Thanks :)

OFFTOPIC: I see you're francais! How much there for an iPhone? :P

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Hey people how do you get your wifi to work? I had intel 3965 which didn't work, tried to replace by broadcom 4321 but bios wont boot up. It says 104 error. Did you manage this to work?

Cheers!

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Really mine is 4312 not a 4321... :P Anyway if you made a mistake typing the code try to disable the onboard wifi, reboot and then reboot again and enable it from the bios menu. Let me know if this will work! ;) Bye!

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Hi,

I tried to disable wlan inside BIOS devices and it doesn't show the 104 error, but in this way the wlan card doesn't work because is disabled.
When I enable again the wlan, the 104 error came again. I also tried to boot the laptop without the card and connect it after bios check before OSX boot, but the system hangs if I connect it when the laptop is powered on.

What's your bios rev. and bios date?

Cheers!

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Ciao,
scusa se scrivo in italiano qua, ma l'altro post in italiano sparito da un po' di tempo, ho aspettato qualche gg poi...
vorrei chiedere se c' il modo per risolvere il problema usb: vanno 2 volte su 10...
ho seguito alla lettera le indicazioni della guida (in italiano), fatta eccezione per il trackpad (che mi va bene cos). Inoltre se pu essere utile ho aggiornato tutto alla 10.5.7 ed il problema usb permane (diverse installazioni-tentativi fa ho anche provato anche con usb fix 1.3)

grazie!

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Oh ok! :P I understand...But, even if you didn't activate any powermanagement kext, your fan goes "intermittent" does it? :( I've talked to another user who has our same configuration (HP 6720s) and he experiences the same problem but he doesn't care about it! XD Instead I can't stand this loud noise! :P Am I alone?? Thanks for the fast reply! ;)



Hmm, my Laptop runs now for two hours. It plays music with itunes in the background and surfing the web.
The fan is quite so far. The fan starts only if i use cpu od gpu intensive apps. Then it is really loud for a few seconds.
So i can live with it.

I have installed iPC 15.5.6 with the 10.5.7 upgrade also on my desktop. This is a much faster machine (core2Duo, nvidia9800gt). So i use cpu/gpu intensive apps on the desktop only.

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Ciao,
scusa se scrivo in italiano qua, ma l'altro post in italiano sparito da un po' di tempo, ho aspettato qualche gg poi...
vorrei chiedere se c' il modo per risolvere il problema usb: vanno 2 volte su 10...
ho seguito alla lettera le indicazioni della guida (in italiano), fatta eccezione per il trackpad (che mi va bene cos). Inoltre se pu essere utile ho aggiornato tutto alla 10.5.7 ed il problema usb permane (diverse installazioni-tentativi fa ho anche provato anche con usb fix 1.3)

grazie!


Si tranquillo ;) Purtroppo l'hanno eliminato per chiss quale motivo! Comunque per le USB non so davvero che dirti...A me sono andate al primo colpo da sempre...Piuttosto rifai tutta la procedura seguendo questa guida (anche se in inglese dovrebbe essere comprensibile) e fammi sapere ;)


Hmm, my Laptop runs now for two hours. It plays music with itunes in the background and surfing the web.
The fan is quite so far. The fan starts only if i use cpu od gpu intensive apps. Then it is really loud for a few seconds.
So i can live with it.

I have installed iPC 15.5.6 with the 10.5.7 upgrade also on my desktop. This is a much faster machine (core2Duo, nvidia9800gt). So i use cpu/gpu intensive apps on the desktop only.


Yeah I mean that! Why it is "intermittent"? It always spins in Windows but very quitely and this avoids an excessive temperature with a minimal noise...As it should be for Mac! :) Anyway with Kalyway 10.5.2 there's not this problem.............F**** exams!!! I want to install MAC!!! XD I'll try to replace ACPIPlatform kext and CPUPowerManagement plist with those taken from Kaly...After 10th of July... :P

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Ciao e grazie intanto,
ho scoperto che esistono almeno 2 versioni ipc 10.5.6... io le ho provate entrambe e quella reperita da demonoid risulta essere quella che hai usato te, l'altra ha qualche kext e applicazione in meno.
dopo 1563 installazioni ho riscontrato che il problema usb diventa irrimediabile dopo l'aggiornamento dell'ultimo safari.
in pi se pu esserti utile in qualche modo, quando lancio il comando che hai suggerito nella guida, il mack restituisce questo...

Last login: Fri Jul 3 12:26:26 on console
lucas-hp-550:~ luca$ sudo rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleintelGMA*

WARNING: Improper use of the sudo command could lead to data loss
or the deletion of important system files. Please double-check your
typing when using sudo. Type "man sudo" for more information.

To proceed, enter your password, or type Ctrl-C to abort.

Password:
rm: /System/Library/Extensions/AppleintelGMA*: No such file or directory
lucas-hp-550:~ luca$


buona giornata!

PS: andata bene la maturit?





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