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I was wondering if some of you, use a wifi connection with their UD5 and if it's fully supported?



I use this,MAXPower, without much drama.

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haha, thanks. I have ordered a Dell 1490+MP2W, hope it will be compliant with UD5/Core i7. Tough i bookmark your link.

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i am currently modding the IOPlatformPlugin to downclock my CPU when idle. Do i have to include the long string between data too?


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d00d,

Please let us know if there are any DSDT changes between F9 and F10. Thank you again for this excellent guide.

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d00d,

Please let us know if there are any DSDT changes between F9 and F10. Thank you again for this excellent guide.

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You're welcome, post 1 was updated several days ago to read `and BIOS F9m through F10' for the descriptions of the attachments.

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BIOS F10 is only two days old... thanks for your help..

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I made a few changes to my system yesterday which have caused my system to run differently. The main change I made was replacing my bootloader with a modified version of Chameleon/PC-EFI (found here: http://www.efixusers...read.php?t=644) called AsereBLN Booter. It allows the removal of kexts like OpenHaltRestart/EvoReboot and PlatformUUID. After installing it sleep doesn't seem to be working. The computer wakes, but the monitor doesn't come out of standby, but I don't get the continual GPU fan noise I would usually get when it didn't work before.

The only other change I made was to audio. I patched DSDT and installed LegacyHDA.kext to S/L/E.

I got a kernel panic when trying to shutdown, but restart seemed to work the first time.

I imagine the problem is caused by the bootloader. Anyone have any ideas?

I tried AsereBLN 1.1.8, restart works without additional kext, and sleep and resume from sleep works.
It's nice how it auto detects Hardware UUID, PCI root, CPU type and speed, Memory type, manufacturer, speed and serial number.
The only thing it doesn't detect is Processor Interconnect Speed, that still needs something like the following in smbios.plist;
<key>SMbusspeed</key>
<string>7200</string>

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I tried AsereBLN 1.1.8, restart works without additional kext, and sleep and resume from sleep works.
It's nice how it auto detects Hardware UUID, PCI root, CPU type and speed, Memory type, manufacturer, speed and serial number.
The only thing it doesn't detect is Processor Interconnect Speed, that still needs something like the following in smbios.plist;
<key>SMbusspeed</key>
<string>7200</string>


anyone had tried it with ATI4870?

i have to use PCEFI 10.5 with GraphicsEnabler = Yes in boot.plist
tried Chameleon RC4 before it is not working and generates KP.

right now i am booting 64bits
and only have 3 kexts
EvOreboot.kext
IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext
fakesmc.kext

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I tried AsereBLN 1.1.8, restart works without additional kext, and sleep and resume from sleep works.
It's nice how it auto detects Hardware UUID, PCI root, CPU type and speed, Memory type, manufacturer, speed and serial number.
The only thing it doesn't detect is Processor Interconnect Speed, that still needs something like the following in smbios.plist;
<key>SMbusspeed</key>
<string>7200</string>



What is the hardware uuid? I thought it was arbitrary on a hackintosh?

ie you set it yourself or the boot file sets a random value, do you mean boot-uuid?

I'm using Corsair 1600Mhz RAM, it doesn't show a serial number even in everest on windows ;-(

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What is the hardware uuid? I thought it was arbitrary on a hackintosh?

ie you set it yourself or the boot file sets a random value, do you mean boot-uuid?

I'm using Corsair 1600Mhz RAM, it doesn't show a serial number even in everest on windows ;-(

It's IOPlatformUUID in ioreg, which is the system-id read from the CMOS in SMBIOS Table 1 and then hashed with SHA-1.
It's unique for each machine, but it can be manually set with SMUUID in smbios.plist, or system-id=no in com.apple.Boot.plist if you want to use PlatformUUID.kext to override (system-id=yes for the default DF557FA2-C304-556B-A442-960AB835CB5D?).

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Just a quick question at #14, it says:

To get audio working with the Realtek ALC889A, ALC888 and ALC889 without any additional kext, make modifications ...

Can I use those DSDT fixes for audio without any kexts on the UD3R? I'm curious as it looks like there are no pin configurations listed there.

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Just a quick question at #14, it says:

Can I use those DSDT fixes for audio without any kexts on the UD3R? I'm curious as it looks like there are no pin configurations listed there.

yes

update;
no

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I tried AsereBLN 1.1.8, restart works without additional kext, and sleep and resume from sleep works.
It's nice how it auto detects Hardware UUID, PCI root, CPU type and speed, Memory type, manufacturer, speed and serial number.
The only thing it doesn't detect is Processor Interconnect Speed, that still needs something like the following in smbios.plist;
<key>SMbusspeed</key>
<string>7200</string>


What do you use instead of that normally? I noticed you're not using any restart or UUID kexts.

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What do you use instead of that normally? I noticed you're not using any restart or UUID kexts.

When I had to restart the machine I would select Apple:Shut Down, then when it was shut down I would press the power button to start it up again.

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If you have a GA-EX58-UD5 with an i7 920 or Xeon W3520, i7 950 or Xeon W3550, or i7 975 or Xeon W3580, you can use BIOS F9m or F9p and the attached DSDT.aml (do 6 and 7), or read on if you only want selected modifications, or just like doing it yourself.


Hey Dood, I've been away for way too long and it's impressive to see the progress that's been made with DSDT in the community.

I havent tinkered with my (digital_dreamer) install since install but high CPU temps have led me back to the forums. I like to do things myself and will thoroughly read through your post on the front page - However, as a quick dirty trial to see if temps are reduced I wanted to use the provided DSDT in the first post to see if temps are reduced before I delve deeper with some fine tuning.

What I need to know - Is there a list of the required kexts required using your provided DSDT that ensures functionality (audio,network etc) for testing?

Many thanks for your work

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Hey Dood, I've been away for way too long and it's impressive to see the progress that's been made with DSDT in the community.

I havent tinkered with my (digital_dreamer) install since install but high CPU temps have led me back to the forums. I like to do things myself and will thoroughly read through your post on the front page - However, as a quick dirty trial to see if temps are reduced I wanted to use the provided DSDT in the first post to see if temps are reduced before I delve deeper with some fine tuning.

What I need to know - Is there a list of the required kexts required using your provided DSDT that ensures functionality (audio,network etc) for testing?

Many thanks for your work

You're welcome, the list is in post 1 before Links.

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You're welcome, the list is in post 1 before Links.

Meh, sorry guys - missed that.

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anyone had tried it with ATI4870?

i have to use PCEFI 10.5 with GraphicsEnabler = Yes in boot.plist
tried Chameleon RC4 before it is not working and generates KP.

right now i am booting 64bits
and only have 3 kexts
EvOreboot.kext
IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext
fakesmc.kext



Hi, no yet with my 4870, hope it will bring the sleep back; LOC get rid of the orange drives issue so there is a way to get rid of IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector/Orangeiconfix kexts.

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Hi, no yet with my 4870, hope it will bring the sleep back; LOC get rid of the orange drives issue so there is a way to get rid of IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector/Orangeiconfix kexts.



To get rid of the orange icons you need to edit your DSDT, I would first suggest searching for ESB2 on this site

Find Device (SATA) if you have it and change it to this, you possibly don't have SATA so find Device (IDE1) and (IDE2)
and delete them, replacing in the same region with the following

Device (SATA)            {                Name (_ADR, 0x001F0002)                Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)                {                    Store (Package (0x02)                        {                            "device-id",                             Buffer (0x04)                            {                                0x81, 0x26, 0x00, 0x00                            }                        }, Local0)                    DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0))                    Return (Local0)                }            }


However, before you do I should warn you to read this

http://www.insanelym...p...t&p=1399075

having said that I've been using this for 2 months without issue on a WD drive so I'm not convinced of any danger

your risk though!

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Just a quick question at #14, it says:

Can I use those DSDT fixes for audio without any kexts on the UD3R? I'm curious as it looks like there are no pin configurations listed there.


I'm having a hard time getting sound to work without a kext. I followed the instructions in #14A, but built in sound isn't showing up. I do have a digidesign mbox (usb audio interface) installed, but I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it. I've posted a link to my dsdt.dsl if anyone wants to take a look and here's a screenshot of what system profiler has to say about the built in audio.

Thanks,
Ryan!

http://dl.dropbox.co...605698/DSDT.dsl
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