Some interesting points I'd like to add at installation:
- if you use 750GB HD like me, need to install boot0 manually. Either use “dd if=…” method if you have the i386 folder’s files (Enoch is locked can’t view package contents, not sure which version of boot file they’re using), or install Enoch again while your HD is connected through USB (USB2SATA adapter), in that case, if you're plug it into another hackintosh (different hardware), remember to restore your original extra folder from the first install before you put it back and restart.
- Having VGA port plugged in while restart/or start 90% of time will knock out your USB3, so does HDMI. (if having USB3 drive also plugged-in and do start/restart, get better chance not to get knock out)
The 10.8.2 Kernel 188.8.131.52, 1.zip will knock out my audio after I tried HDMI port and stay off restart/ or fresh start (no audio either on HDMI nor built-in speaker, and no mic either). But in order to pass the MacBook...Upd2.0.dmg installation I made it through after replaced with 10.8.2 Kerne.....zip (maybe all I need was just change my smbio to 9.1, who knows but it's ok it doesn't take time to change around) so I put them back to Dec 10.zip after that (all audio devices will work including HDMI. P.S. the volume control for HDMI will grey out but you can control the volume from the other end).It is no longer the case after my third and forth ... attempts. I can go direct to 10.8.2 Ke....9, 1.zip with no problem anymore, strange...! However, I still need some kext from Dec 10.zip in order to have everything working. so I took 4 kexts that other doesn't have and combine them, work fine now. There are AppleACPIBatteryManager, CalDigitFastIO, RealtekRTL81xx, and IOWMIFamily. (well, I'm not sure if the last one really necessary but since it's not going to replace any of the kext from original install, I think it won't hurt anything, worst case cernerio is just the 200KB of space :-)
Since my Bluetooth works with or without mod I also put the original “IOBluetoothFamily.kext” back as well, and left AsusNBWMI alone. But the differences between Dec 10 and 10.8.2… also includes the Extra folder SSDT are the same, but dsdt and the lines in org.cham…plist is what my concern, I think that the kernel flag –f is ok being there, but not sure about Cstates or Pstates Dec 10 has it, the newer one doesn’t, and vise versa the UseKernelCache. Must have something to do with the difference in DSDT I guess, right? Just gotta keep search and test it out and report back. Or if anyone already knows the answer for that, please post it.BTW, any recommending app for testing CPU on Mac?
How many times you can do sleep/wake is limitless when computer starts out fresh (without the key-light), tested it 5 times in the roll with the button or close the lid. But when I intentionally sleep it and wake and restart to have the key-light stay on, you can only sleep/wake once after restart, and continue that, shut down will hang. Update: After a couple attempts, my key-light no longer come up anymore, so the hang or the limit for sleep is no long the case since the key-light never turn on. (don't have other OS to wake it up, am using the HD for my 10.8.2 attempt so I can leave my 10.7.2 and data untouched, don't know how to use linux CD either)
- Finally, I found that there is a physical fix for the annoying touch pad on YouTube, if you happen to replace memories at another two slots, you might as well do it. (I’m still waiting the motivation of the additional 4GB But the second half of the video about the buttons, I don’t think I would do that, it’s fine for me the way it is right now, and that’s just my opinion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUN9CKMSSwg