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Does anyone have an answer for this one? No sound seems to be the standard here.

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This is a question about the 10.8 installer from the Italian thread, but since we don't have a dedicated 10.8 thread in English yet (that I can tell) I'll ask here:

I gather that MLionize-DP1.command will create the boot USB, and I did that. Then I used the USB to install Mountain Lion on a spare drive. What should I do next, though?

I used the boot disk to boot my newly installed Mountain Lion partition but I have no audio, and my USB seems to stutter badly. Just wondering whether anyone can advise what they did after they used the USB installer to install 10.8.

Thanks!

(i7 920, P6T Deluxe V1)

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This is a question about the 10.8 installer from the Italian thread, but since we don't have a dedicated 10.8 thread in English yet (that I can tell) I'll ask here:

I gather that MLionize-DP1.command will create the boot USB, and I did that. Then I used the USB to install Mountain Lion on a spare drive. What should I do next, though?

I used the boot disk to boot my newly installed Mountain Lion partition but I have no audio, and my USB seems to stutter badly. Just wondering whether anyone can advise what they did after they used the USB installer to install 10.8.

Thanks!

(i7 920, P6T Deluxe V1)


same set up and at the same stage... just installed on HD and now re booted into my lion drive...

there is no extra or chameleon it seems installed so have to get that on it....

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Well I tried to go by this guide as well, so once I booted into ML I did the following:

cd ~/Desktop/Mountain-Lionize/Base
finalize /Volumes/Mountain\ Lion\ HDD

and it installed Chameleon and did some patching, probably rebuilt my kext cache.

However it didn't seem to install FakeSMC.kext or anything like that. I had to manually copy those over from my boot USB stick. Still no audio, unfortunately.

It seems like there is some step that I'm just missing but I'm not sure what. I know some people have used this method successfully so I'm hoping someone can chime in with what we should be doing after everything is "installed".

Also, using the LATEST post 10.7.4 DSDT (i7 920) I managed to get a quick boot. No more waiting a minute for IOPIC to return on bootup.

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Well I tried to go by this guide as well, so once I booted into ML I did the following:

cd ~/Desktop/Mountain-Lionize/Base
finalize /Volumes/Mountain\ Lion\ HDD

and it installed Chameleon and did some patching, probably rebuilt my kext cache.

However it didn't seem to install FakeSMC.kext or anything like that. I had to manually copy those over from my boot USB stick. Still no audio, unfortunately.

It seems like there is some step that I'm just missing but I'm not sure what. I know some people have used this method successfully so I'm hoping someone can chime in with what we should be doing after everything is "installed".

Also, using the LATEST post 10.7.4 DSDT (i7 920) I managed to get a quick boot. No more waiting a minute for IOPIC to return on bootup.


now booted the USB and then back to the install drive i.e. as if installing from scratch then did -

Then when the system reboots (@ end of install), start again from the USB stick.
Open the terminal from the utilities menu (behind the screen to select the installation language) and type:
./finalize /Volumes/Lion
wait until the process finalizing, and always from terminal type:
(for repair permissioni)

1)
diskutil repairPermissions /Volumes/Lion


wait until the process is completed
(for rebuild the cache)

2)
kextcache -v 1 -a i386 -a x86_64 -m /Volumes/Lion/System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext /System/Library/Extensions


wait until the process will completed

(for reboot)

3)
reboot

changed the boot priorities and now trying to boot off lion...

and i am in but

no sound!!!

hmmm....

you were the one who edited lionize before brilliantly and that solved the sound for me when i did 10.7.4... is that possible again???

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Unfortunately I'm in the same boat as you ;)

I rebooted back to Lion for the time being. Perhaps once we get some more people on 10.8 we'll be able to hammer out why we don't have sound running.

Also my USB stuttering returned bigtime. System seemed to be locking up for a split second every few seconds. Very annoying. Happened the first time I booted into 10.8, then when I rebooted it seemed to go away. Then I rebooted a third time and it was back. Nothing in the logs, nothing in dmesg. Kind of tired of playing with this for now so I'll just stick with Lion until I have some time to play with this again ;)

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Unfortunately I'm in the same boat as you ;)

I rebooted back to Lion for the time being. Perhaps once we get some more people on 10.8 we'll be able to hammer out why we don't have sound running.

Also my USB stuttering returned bigtime. System seemed to be locking up for a split second every few seconds. Very annoying. Happened the first time I booted into 10.8, then when I rebooted it seemed to go away. Then I rebooted a third time and it was back. Nothing in the logs, nothing in dmesg. Kind of tired of playing with this for now so I'll just stick with Lion until I have some time to play with this again ;)


i had very slow boot but not fussed as seems fine in Mountain... still on it as i am not desperate for sound...

do you know what recondrae does to get the sound working???

found this http://trick77.com/2...-mountain-lion/

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been searching more...



http://translate.goo...20mountain&st=0

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I got tired of looking for answers, so I just backed up my 10.8 AppleHDA.kext, removed it, then copied my 10.7.4 working AppleHDA.kext over into 10.8, ran Kext Utility, rebooted, and voila -- sound!

Really not the best way to do it I'm sure, but I just wanted some sound.

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I got tired of looking for answers, so I just backed up my 10.8 AppleHDA.kext, removed it, then copied my 10.7.4 working AppleHDA.kext over into 10.8, ran Kext Utility, rebooted, and voila -- sound!

Really not the best way to do it I'm sure, but I just wanted some sound.


can you post a copy of it here??? i dont have working sound on my lion install... as just use it for testing!!!

edit... updated my test drive from 10.7.2 to 10.7.4 and then just copied over... backed up the original too... working sound!!!

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glad im not in the boat alone ....... we can take the 10.7.4 sound kext from the DMG installer image ( system library etc ) and instal with kext utility and we will have sound or does the file need t be installed on a working copy of lion i.e. upgrade to lion 10.7.4 and then just copy across ? i would try but im not a t home

many thanks , also can any one host the 10.7.4 next for education purposes? if all is good.

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@akhenamenra, I don't know what exactly went wrong on your side, for me it was pretty simple and straight forward installation of the ALC1200 patched AppleHDA.kext. You can delete the 10.8 AppleHDA.kext file and then by using Kext Wizard just installed the patched AppleHDA.kext and use Kext Utility to repair permission and rebuild the kernel cache.

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giving it a blast now, i think it could be the dsdt as the audio comes up in the list profiler but earn i select the out put it only shows my apple tvn



edit nah its still the same , i may change the dsdt tho

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I'm not sure which method did you use to install ML as I was using Ermac's Mountain-Lionize script and it has all the DSDTs for most of Asus X58 boards.

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Sorry guys...
but I'm really busy!

ML AppleHDA for AD2000b --> #70

Enjoy

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Did anyone figure out what the exact issue with 10.7.4 is so we can use fixed DSDTs or patch our own instead of using patched kexts? I have the P6T ws pro, so I can't use the P6T se DSDT.

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I'm not sure which method did you use to install ML as I was using Ermac's Mountain-Lionize script and it has all the DSDTs for most of Asus X58 boards.

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i used the same method ( on a new hard drive)

can't see why it isn't working as it works for everyone else ?? p6tse ?? no worries i can get into lion ok ill just wait for ErmaC his word is good

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I am experiencing a CMOS reset after upgrading to ML 10.8, anytime I restart or reboot. I have applied the Binpatch to AppleRTC.kext as we had to do in 10.7 but no dice.

Is anyone having the same issue? If not what have you done to resolve it?

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fixed it, great stuff all ready done and dusted

I am experiencing a CMOS reset after upgrading to ML 10.8, anytime I restart or reboot. I have applied the Binpatch to AppleRTC.kext as we had to do in 10.7 but no dice.

Is anyone having the same issue? If not what have you done to resolve it?



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I am experiencing a CMOS reset after upgrading to ML 10.8, anytime I restart or reboot. I have applied the Binpatch to AppleRTC.kext as we had to do in 10.7 but no dice.

Is anyone having the same issue? If not what have you done to resolve it?


Solution for 10.8 CMOS reset!!

EDIT (This was for 10.7 and did not fix my problem:
I figured it out, I was using the wrong bin patch for a different board. Anyways here is the proper bin patch to fixe AppleRTC cmos resets on restart/shutdown (it was pasted way back on this thread):
sudo perl -pi -e 's|\x75\x30\x44\x89\xf8|\xeb\x30\x44\x89\xf8|; s|\x75\x3d\x8b\x75\x08|\xeb\x3d\x8b\x75\x08|' /System/Library/Extensions/AppleRTC.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleRTC


@akhenamenra You dont want to be using older Kexts, I keep everything here vanilla! Use the binpatch

10.8 Bin Patch AppleRTC to fix CMOS reset according to rayap must put in /Extra/Extension : http://www.insanelym...howtopic=276066
sudo perl -pi -e 's|\x75\x30\x89\xd8|\xeb\x30\x89\xd8|' /Extra/Extensions/AppleRTC.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleRTC






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