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Hope that helps :)


it does mate TY - funny, it's one of your 16/9 themes I'm using :)

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Sorry for my silly question but where is located the boot file ? And how do I replace it ? with terminal ?
And I don't understand how to use the DSDT.aml file which we have to modify.

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it does mate TY - funny, it's one of your 16/9 themes I'm using :)

Lol.. happy to hear the fix worked for you mate. One day, I will get round to updating most, if not all my themes to support RC5's new features but for a one off now I might just be kind enough to update the current theme you're using with a dedicated RAID icon. Which theme are you using? ;)

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Lol.. happy to hear the fix worked for you mate. One day, I will get round to updating most, if not all my themes to support RC5's new features but for a one off now I might just be kind enough to update the current theme you're using with a dedicated RAID icon. Which theme are you using? ;)



That would be most kind of you.
I'm using the Chameleon Tribute Squashed theme :)

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That would be most kind of you.
I'm using the Chameleon Tribute Squashed theme ;)

Here's three to choose from. Hopefully one suits your liking :)

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rekursor,

HP Mini 311 Intel Atom N270 is not listed, maybe this is the cause why the memory is not recognized.
I am not sure what you mean by board reference, if you let me know I will try to furnish it as I could.

from lspci:
00:00.0 Host bridge [0600]: nVidia Corporation Unknown device [10de:0a82] (rev b1)

I'm incorporating a new algorithm for mem detection now featuring pci dram controller read,
Thanks to iNDi support, this was easy to incorporate,

Overclocking ram is soon handled ! (and much more in near future)


But I need your help for incorporating your recent chipset (I already handle lots of them)

if your pci host controller (id 0x600) is not in this list please report:

{ 0x8086, 0x7190, "VMWare",	NULL, NULL, NULL },	{ 0x8086, 0x1A30, "i845",	NULL, NULL, NULL },		{ 0x8086, 0x2970, "i946PL/GZ",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_i965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2990, "Q963/Q965",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_i965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x29A0, "P965/G965",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_i965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2A00, "GM965/GL960",	setup_p35, get_fsb_im965, get_timings_im965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2A10, "GME965/GLE960",	setup_p35, get_fsb_im965, get_timings_im965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2A40, "PM/GM45/47",		setup_p35, get_fsb_im965, get_timings_im965 },		{ 0x8086, 0x29B0, "Q35",			setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x29C0, "P35/G33",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x29D0, "Q33",			setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x29E0, "X38/X48",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },				{ 0x8086, 0x2E00, "Eaglelake",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2E10, "Q45/Q43",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x2E20, "P45/G45",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x2E30, "G41",			setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0xD131, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,   get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x3400, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,	  get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x3401, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,   get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x3402, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,   get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x3403, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,   get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x1A30, "i845",	NULL, NULL, NULL },	{ 0x8086, 0x2970, "i946PL/GZ",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_i965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2990, "Q963/Q965",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_i965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x29A0, "P965/G965",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_i965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2A00, "GM965/GL960",	setup_p35, get_fsb_im965, get_timings_im965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2A10, "GME965/GLE960",	setup_p35, get_fsb_im965, get_timings_im965 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2A40, "PM/GM45/47",		setup_p35, get_fsb_im965, get_timings_im965 },		{ 0x8086, 0x29B0, "Q35",			setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x29C0, "P35/G33",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x29D0, "Q33",			setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x29E0, "X38/X48",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },				{ 0x8086, 0x2E00, "Eaglelake",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },	{ 0x8086, 0x2E10, "Q45/Q43",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x2E20, "P45/G45",		setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0x2E30, "G41",			setup_p35, get_fsb_i965,  get_timings_p35 },		{ 0x8086, 0xD131, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,   get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x3400, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,	  get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x3401, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,   get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x3402, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,   get_timings_nhm },	{ 0x8086, 0x3403, "NHM IMC",		setup_nhm, get_fsb_nhm,   get_timings_nhm },
In order to check it easily use lspci (or EvoToolsX that uses it) and read the first line containing:
Host bridge [0600]

then copy and paste here your dev id (example: [8086:d131]) located at the end of the same line...

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Here's three to choose from. Hopefully one suits your liking ;)


Perfect - many thanks :)

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Perfect - many thanks :D

You're welcome -_-

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chameleon v354 vs v658 is HUGE.

354 works way better, it shows my CPU as an I7 and everything seems to work fine.

i installed 658, the CPU is unknown, and the geekbench, instead of reporting 4800 or so, only reports 3400.

Is this normal?

Thank you

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Sorry for my silly question but where is located the boot file ? And how do I replace it ? with terminal ?
And I don't understand how to use the DSDT.aml file which we have to modify.


Usually Chameleon boot file is located in the root of the default boot partition (boot file is hidden!). Also it (Chameleon boot file) could be in the root of the EFI partition (hidden partition, too). Those two options depends on how you installed Chameleon.

Some very useful DSDT readings:
Using DSDT with Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3L
Gigabyte DSDT Fix thread
ASUS P5K Pro thread

DSDT editor and patcher, application by elcognilio

HOWTO install Chameleon boot file manually (very simple and easy), read carefully BlackOSX's post

Manu0600, a lot of food to chew :(

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HOWTO install Chameleon boot file manually (very simple and easy), read carefully BlackOSX's post

As rednous has kindly pointed to a post of mine, I thought I'd point out that the post is fairly old now and the recent instructions of mine for manually installing Chameleon can be found in part 3 of my PDF guide. It's was written specifically to complement that particular setup and talks about a 'cham' partition which is a separate 1GB partition on your HDD just for Chameleon. It is by no means the only way to install Chameleon and many other guides can be found on these forums and on voodooproject's forum.

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Trunk is still compiling with rev 366 but the trunk rev is 352.

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I have a problem with boot0 (compiled from trunk). I get an infinite loop
boot0: GPT
boot0: testing
boot0: GPT
boot0: testing
...
This happens on a raid0 setup, EFI, no other systems. The EFI partition is empty. The boot osx partition is OK when booted trough the other disk (using old RC3).

How can I help you debug this?

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Trunk is still compiling with rev 366 but the trunk rev is 352.

Kup,

check this post.

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Ahh, cheers dude. I musta missed it. Does that make force the rev to 352 (whatever the number you use is)?

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Alright, I won't worry about the CPU thing anymore.

I tried EfiPlatformSystemID but without SystemId it will still output:

No UUID present in SMBIOS System Information Table
 [ERROR] UUID='0123456789ABCDEF' syntax error
 Customizing SystemID with :


Hi Guys

I have this problem also. I think I'm up to r361. Was there ever a solution?
sorry if ive missed it.

@Blackosx - I went with 3, two dives and the RAID text. very nice Ta!

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Ahh, cheers dude. I musta missed it. Does that make force the rev to 352 (whatever the number you use is)?

Yep... checkout (co) a specific rev (-r xyz), or update (up) a working folder to a specific rev.
Update works for both previous/next revs and keeps any change you may have done.
There's also Revert, which keeps no changes made.
Check "man svn" and "svn --help" on Terminal for more info :P

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@Blackosx - I went with 3, two dives and the RAID text. very nice Ta!

Roger that.. I'll make a note to use that one when I get round to updating all the themes.

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where to download the latest version (the compiled version.. )?? thanks

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where to download the latest version (the compiled version.. )?? thanks



here's the latest trunk revision at the moment





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