Posted 30 November 2010 - 06:17 AM
Posted 23 December 2010 - 10:33 PM
Not sure if anyone else is looking for DG33TL stuff anymore, but sleep seems to work for me using Chameleon RC5 r650, SleepEnabler.kext (in S/L/E) and the attached DSDT.aml file. I think the kicker was that I applied the ICH9/USB Sleep patch from DSDT Patcher. Now sleep works even by waking up from mouse click! I'm sure I did something else as well, if anyone is interested in more details I might be able to scrounge something up...
Posted 29 December 2010 - 05:09 PM
So, I've managed to get this board working 100% with some fiddling! Yay!
This guide is good, if you can install Snow Leopard from USB, then you've got all the knowledge you need to know to get this guy up and running effectively.
Note: I've got a Q6700 attached to this board. If you're not using a Quad Core, you *may* need to edit the DSDT.
What it's missing--
DSDT: dsdt.aml.zip 5.39KB 54 downloads
Extensions: Extensions.zip 407.81KB 42 downloads
Those items will go into your Extra folder. I used the latest version of Chameleon, RC5, which ErmaC maintains here: Chameleon RC5 Installer
If you want onboard ethernet to work, which I suppose you would, then you'll need to place this kext in /System/Library/Extensions: Intel82566MM.kext.zip 129.86KB 27 downloads
It will not work if you put it in /Extra/Extensions.
Make sure to enable HPET in BIOS so that OS X can control it natively!
Lastly, you want sleep. To enable this you simply need to go into your BIOS and change Sleep from S3 to S1. Oddly enough, Windows won't sleep on S3 either. I believe S3 is the default, which is pretty useless since it doesn't cooperate with Linux, Windows, or OS X.
To recap you need these files in the following places:
- AppleVIAATA.kext - For the IDE Controller if you have any drives attached
- Intel82566MM.kext - For ethernet
Posted 14 November 2012 - 12:09 AM
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