Thanks for spotting that bug in the kext pack. Yes you are correct, you must boot into Snow Leopard first and then configure the speakers. I'll correct this when I get home (I'm on a WindBlowz PC atm).
I'll get a you the smbios.plist I started with and then instruct you as to what needs to be changed. I'll be home later this evening.
Can you send a screenshot of your kp please.
Well, I finally read enough to figure out how to get my HD UUID and MAC address entered into the smbios.plist and PlatformUUID. Seems like there should be some detailed instructions for this in the guide. This is required right? I dont recall having to edit the plist in smbios with 10.5.7. I was finally able to get booted, but without audio working. No KP now. I have re-copied the legacy audio drivers back into Extra/Extensions, but no luck.
Now that I am back up and running with 10.6, I have two outstanding issues that I am just stumped on.
1) No audio - I have legacy drivers loaded from your Version 2 Kext Pack and I do see Assertions when loading. Do I need to load VooDooHDA.kext? I though this got away from that.
2) Bigger issue, no IDE drives for my DVD drives. The strange thing is, I have reloaded Snow 3 times now, and 1 out of the 3 times, the IDE worked. Maybe it was a different DSDT that I used? I am using yours now. I guess I need to figure out how to patch my own. My MoBo is a Gigabyte 965P-DS3 and there is instructions on another post on how to get IDE working and I followed it, but still no luck. Are you running the same MoBo? Do my JMicronATA.kext drivers need to be in Extra/Extensions or S/L/E?
I guess I am going to quit for the night before I break things beyond repair.