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I have an i5-2400 3.1 Quad Custom Build
An Msi-H61M-P21
An HiS Radeon 5770 1gb GDDR5 Card

Trying to put on Iaktos L2, Everything went fine except getting hdmi to run..
Is there a kext for it? I cannot figure out how to get to system/library/extensions
I just use kext wizard for kexts...
Do I need an older version of Hazards, or ideneb etc? I just need help please
I really want this i5 to run mac with hdmi out for the movies we watch..Thank you so much for your help and time..I love your site it helped me find the 5770 drivers..Again thank you

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http://www.osx86.net...ion_10.7.2.html

Try this...

Just use Spotlight at the top corner(looks like a magnify glass) type: .kext

I would also use CCC http://www.bombich.com/index.html back up your install. You should be able to add another partition/shrink/and so on using the Disk utilities.app

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Thank you, will try and let you know...

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System/Library/Extensions:

Open Finder
Click your hard drive (if not visable, click your computer under 'Devices'. Then click your hard drive.)
Click on System
Click on Library
Click on Extension

Or open finder, press CMD + Shift + G
Type /System/Library/Extension
Press enter

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A key for HDMI: the video portion of HDMI is controlled in the graphics driver/enabler, the audio portion is controlled by the audio driver. VoodooHDA can enable HDMI audio.

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Won't let me copy the ati5000 next, says not allowed, when I try to edit the plist in extras, won't allow it either..Ok I figured out how to get the 5770 working thanks..Now for the hdmi..Any ideas? Shows duplicate screen on tv..Rather than 2 separate monitors but would rather concentrate on hdmi..

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So now you can connect to a TV via HDMI?

If right now it is showing an extended desktop but you want it mirrored (or vice versa), that can be changed in the Display pane of System Preferences.

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If your running a patched onboard audio don't use the VoodooHDA with a patched onboard audio in your dstd.aml, legacyHDA.kext or be careful it might kernel panic so I have read.
Good luck!

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It kernal paniced, I got the card working correctly..Just can't get sound out of the hdmi..I use the puter for watching movies and shows, like a htpc..

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You can use VoodooHDA. The key with Voodoo is 1) you cannot have any other audio kexts (AppleHDA etc.) present, and 2) If it still panics, you can insert your device ID manually. The panics are easily fixed. I can help you through if you want

I have a installation package for Voodoo. If you'd like it I can go find it.

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I ran a single line out of the computer to the tv which is hooked up via optical to a surround sound, that worked for some audio at least..Now the big question..I am trying to burn a dual layer xdg3 disk with isoburn..Every dvd-rw I try says the disc drive didn’t respond properly and can’t recover or retry Any ideas? So far everything but the hdmi sound worked perfect btw..Thanks for all the help you have given..

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Can you burn the disc in Windows? It might actually be a DVD drive problem as opposed to a Mac OS problem. Also, use Disk Utility (/Applications/Utilities) instad of ISOBurn.

Do you want to enable HDMI audio?

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Yes still working on enabling hdmi audio..Just wondering how to get the burner work..And yes would love your package if you have it..Thanks,,,

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Ok hdmi audio is my focus now, that and being able to use isoburn to truncate the files i need for xbox 360 xdg3...Would love the hdmi files you have

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I did it..It worked perfect burning dvds for xbox...I forgot to use abgx first..Doh...Now everything is working but hdmi..This is so awesome..I love my hackintosh...So the hdmi files would be greatly appreciated and thank you all for your help..You got me through all of it..I just put autocad, office on it..Its screaming as an i5 with 5770 on it..Never going back to winblows..

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Ok everything is working now but the hdmi audio, I kind of want to up to 10.7.3 but am afraid of panic, Is there a voodoohda I need etc?

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1. Backup to an external HDD/another HDD/another partition.
2. Boot into this backup partition.
3. Download and install the 10.7.3 combo update to the backup partition.
4. Reboot back into backup.
5. If you have no panic you can go ahead and update your primary install.

OR

5. If you have a panic, you can use your primary install to correct the panic.
6. Once the backup partition is stable you can update your primary install and use the backup partition to correct the kernel panics you get when booting from your primary partition.

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How do I backup my system to a hd to make the backup bootable..I tried Carbon, and superduper, and still no boot..What do I need to do? I am running aiktos l2 with no ##### etc installed, just straight...Everything is booting perfect..Do I need to add something etc? Thanks

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I use Disk Utility (/Application/Utilities). Select a partition, click the Restore tab, and drag your current OS X partition onto the Source and the new partition onto Destination. Then click Restore.

Please boot a Linux Live CD and run in the Terminal:

lspci -nn

and paste the output here.

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Tried it..Just getting error 254 everytime I try to restore to another drive or external drive





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