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Soundmax ad2000b and marvel 88se6320 SAS P6T7 kexts Lion


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zcream

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I have everything working on P6T7 in Lion 10.7.4 except Audio and SAS.
I used ###### 1.4 and ###### 5.6.1
There is a special AppleACPI rollback for x58 mobos. The gfx cards are automatically detected.
There is a third party RTL installer in ######. USB works straight out of the install. I used the DSDT and SSDT files using Aida64
I recompiled them with DSDT editor - latest version from May 2012.
I used DropSSDT=yes in org.chameleon.boot.plist
GeneratePStates=No GenerateCStates=No



Can someone post the audio fix for AD2000b ?

Also, I understand that RAID support is not there in OSx, but is there a way to make the marvel 88se6320 sas work simply as legacy SATA ?
I really want to use the extra ports.

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I have a P6T WS Professional which also has AD2000b and 88se6320 and I'm interested in getting them working with OSX 10.8.

For audio I found a set of kext I'm going to try here:
http://www.osx86.net...do=file&id=2444

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I confirm the kexts for AD2000b are working with 10.8

Now I'd like to have a solution to get the two Marvell controllers of my mobo to work: 88SE6320 for SAS and 88SE6121 for eSATA.

Any idea ?

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aquamac has enabled the esata ports on this mobo at least.
http://www.insanelym...sas-controller/

I am going to try it out when I have time.

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88SE6121 for eSATA.


SuperVIAATA.kext works with the 6121.





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