I installed Mac Lion 10.7 and have the following things working using kexts
- CPU all cores using VoodooTSCSync (thanks to members of this forum)
- Audio using VoodooHDA 2.7.2
- Graphics, I think the graphics kext is NVClockX or GeForce or NVDAResman - With QE/CI
- PS2 VoodooPS2... (not needed if I turn USB Legacy to off from BIOS)
- WiFI IO80211 IONetworkingFamily (AirPortAtheros40.kext)
I read around on how to install 10.8 and I read that 64bit drivers would work fine on it. Well, I checked my drivers and they were all 64bit.
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So next I prepared an installation USB from the ML bought from app store and after a few tries I managed to install Mountain Lion and launch it without any kernel panics.
I tried to install the kexts I use for my Lion partition.
Few of them worked (PS2, TSCSync)
Many didn't work (Graphics, WiFi, Audio)
This also happened when I updated to 10.7.5 from 10.7.4 (fortunately Time Machine works very good in these cases)
My question is:
What are the requirements for the kexts to work? Is being 64bit enough? Am I doing something wrong?
Any help is appreciated.
PS: here is a screenshot of 10.7.2 in action
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I've attached the kexts I use if anyone else has my hardware or the same model laptop
Toshiba Satellite C660-1MG i3 2310m, GeForce 315m 1GB, 4GB DDR3 1333MHz, Toshiba Audio
Will update for the correct WiFi card, BT card (both Atheros), Lan (Realtek),