You welcome. I manually changed the SMproductname in my SMBios.plist. I think there are smarts in the AppleHDA regarding power management that it applies depending on what mac product the driver detects. Can you send a screenshot of your System Profiler.
I found that after I installed Snow Leopard, I had to install the BSD.mpkg from the Install disc. I then rebooted into safe mode using -s -x32. I used the commands I've previously listed to regenerate the kext cache. After that my installation was rock solid. Also make sure you're using the latest netkas boot file (place it in root /).
I have edited my SMBios.plist changing the SMProductname but I'm still having poping noises. I upload a screenshot of my System Profiler, I'm using Chameleon v1012 and the System Profiler doesn't show a MacPro Identifier but with "Chameleon 2.0 r431+Netkas PC EFI 10 1 boot" it shows it.
I have problems booting in 64bit(-x64 flag), I think system doesn't charge the kexts in Extra/Extensions and I have a KP shownig down:
4_Chamaleon_2_RC1_without__x32_flag.jpg 994KB 116 downloads
When I boot in 32bit:
- No KP with Chameleon v1012.
1_Chameleon_v1012.jpg 697.36KB 88 downloads
- Random KP with Chameleon 2 RC1.
2_Chameleon_2_RC1__x32_flag.jpg 584.66KB 74 downloads
3_Chameleon_2_RC1__x32_flag_Activity_Monitor.jpg 679.3KB 59 downloads
What can I do? I don't know what's the problem?
Could you write all the steps and upload the necessary files?
Thanks you very much.
Hardware: GA-965p-S3 rev 1.0 firmware F12, 2.13GHz E6300, 4GB RAM, 8600GTS