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could u give the MSI GX640 DSDT.AML,thx hero !!!



i5 450m 5850 ddr5,4g ddr1333

thx soooooo much!!!

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send me files
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send me files
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thx very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Attached File  dsdt.jordantao.zip   13.82KB   27 downloads

NativePM and restart fix use Chameleon RC5
add in boot.plist
<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>

REMOVE EvOreboot and Disabler

Use smbios MacBookPro6,1
Attached File  smbios.plist.zip   464bytes   26 downloads

if you use VoodooHda use AppleHdaDisabler in S/L/E
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Attached File  dsdt.jordantao.zip   13.82KB   27 downloads

NativePM and restart fix use Chameleon RC5
add in boot.plist

<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>

REMOVE EvOreboot and Disabler

Use smbios MacBookPro6,1
Attached File  smbios.plist.zip   464bytes   26 downloads

if you use VoodooHda use AppleHdaDisabler in S/L/E
http://www.insanelym...p...st&id=87700




what is mean ???

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what is mean ???

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how to NativePM and restart fix use Chameleon RC5


1) i installed 10.6.0 is that ok ?
2)i used bootthink is that ok? because i installed Chameleon RC5 and active mac os disk,but then restart
i cant start mac os ,is black screen with a flash _
3) i put dsdt into c:\drawin\extra, add your code in apple.boot.plist,REMOVeD EvOreboot and Disabler,put your smbios MacBookPro6,1 into c:\drawin\extra.

BUT it doesnt work

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Update your system
use combo 10.6.7

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Update your system
use combo 10.6.7



yes i tried,but when almost finish install combo 10.6.7 ,it got five language to me.

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yes i tried,but when almost finish install combo 10.6.7 ,it got five language to me.

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yes i tried,but when almost finish install combo 10.6.7 ,it got five language to me.


What do you mean by 5 languages?


I think I know what your problem is:

When you try to install any combo update version, does it kernel panic before it gets to the end?

if so, this is what you need to do:

I know when I tried to install the combo update I kept getting a kernel panic.
Finally found a solution that enabled me to update 10.6.0 to 10.6.7 without
a kernel panic.

After installing the retail disc you need to do this to avoid Kernel Panic when updating:

1. boot using ##### (latest or the one you installed with)

2. run ##### and install kext utility only

3. remove IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext and Cache folder from /S/L/E and from /S/L/ respectively.

4. run kext utility to rebuild system cache

5. reboot

6. boot using #####

7. install update, and proceed with the rest of the installation.

Hope this helps. I can't remember where I found this answer because of how specific it is but this will enable you to update.





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