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See if it's inside FakeSMC.


I have no plugins inside FakeSMC, Thanks for the answer though!

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I have no plugins inside FakeSMC, Thanks for the answer though!

IOATAFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns maybe...

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[s]sudo find /System/Library/Extensions -type F -name AppleOnboardPCATA*[/s]
[s]sudo find /Extra/Extensions -type F -name AppleOnboardPCATA*[/s]

EDIT:

it's  f  (lower-case) 
and add  /Volumes/osx_hdd_name/  before the full path (/S/L/E & /E/E)

sudo find /Volumes/osx_hdd_name/System/Library/Extensions -type f -name AppleOnboardPCATA*
sudo find /Volumes/osx_hdd_name/Extra/Extensions -type f -name AppleOnboardPCATA*

note: filename is case-sensitive

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sudo find /System/Library/Extensions -type F -name AppleOnboardPCATA*
sudo find /Extra/Extensions -type F -name AppleOnboardPCATA*


note: filename is case-sensitive

Checking now, thanks @Mac_carol I get an output of "find: -type: F: unknown type

IOATAFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns maybe...


I also checked there, none found. I found you made a SL AppleATIATA kext for 64-bit, would that be something I would need with my ATI chipset?

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Checking now, thanks!


I also checked there, none found. I found you made a SL AppleATIATA kext for 64-bit, would that be something I would need with my ATI chipset?

If it's not AHCI you can use it, otherwise DSDT edit is preferable...

Checking now, thanks!


I also checked there, none found. I found you made a SL AppleATIATA kext for 64-bit, would that be something I would need with my ATI chipset?

If it's not AHCI you can use it, otherwise DSDT edit is preferable...

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If it's not AHCI you can use it, otherwise DSDT edit is preferable...


Ah, I am using AHCI. My board has...issues with DSDT, but I believe I have it..."working" so I can always try enabling it(i have it disabled because I saw no difference with it enabled)

EDIT: enabled my DSDT, no change. I might not have it patched right. Where would I find a ATI AHCI patch?

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Checking now, thanks @Mac_carol I get an output of "find: -type: F: unknown type


oops sorry... it's f (lower-case)

and also try to add: /Volumes/Lion_hdd_name/ before the full-path

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oops sorry... it's f (lower-case)

and also try to add: /Volumes/Lion_hdd_name/ before the full-path


Thanks, I did that. I take it if it doesnt find anything it will just show a new line waiting for input? because its not showing anything. I tried it again to no avail.

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Ah, I am using AHCI. My board has...issues with DSDT, but I believe I have it..."working" so I can always try enabling it(i have it disabled because I saw no difference with it enabled)

EDIT: enabled my DSDT, no change. I might not have it patched right. Where would I find a ATI AHCI patch?

Modify the SATA section like I did for someone in "Thoughts about Mountain Lion on AMD".
Also add DTGP function
Install iasl and use following command to compile it:
iasl -tc DSDT.dsl
Enable AHCI.
Put new DSDT.aml in /Extra
You should have HD working then and have it recognized like an Apple AHCI used controller ;)

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hi, i am beginner, i create a bootable mountain lion 10.8.2 with this guide
http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/265839-guida-installare-lion-retail-su-qualunque-pc/
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what kernel should i use and where to put it,thankyou


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Modify the SATA section like I did for someone in "Thoughts about Mountain Lion on AMD".
Also add DTGP function
Install iasl and use following command to compile it:
iasl -tc DSDT.dsl
Enable AHCI.
Put new DSDT.aml in /Extra
You should have HD working then and have it recognized like an Apple AHCI used controller ;)


I found your DSDT you provided...I believe it was to The Connactic as the file is labled DSDT_theconn_fixed.zip. So you want me to use this DSDT? well no thats stupid, you want me to reference it? as in copy everything in the Device (SATA) and overwrite whats under my Device(SATA)

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I found your DSDT you provided...I believe it was to The Connactic as the file is labled DSDT_theconn_fixed.zip. So you want me to use this DSDT? and add DTGP? is this something I can find a patch for on the net?

No, add the _DSM method of SATA to your own and add the DTGP function.
Then recompile it and use that one...

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No, add the _DSM method of SATA to your own and add the DTGP function.
Then recompile it and use that one...


Sorry I am not so knowledgeable with DSDT edits

I did what you said, added the _DSM to my DSDT and the DTGP. Still no change, KP with FakeSMC and dependency:com.apple.iokit.ioacpifamily

would you like a screenshot?

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I found your DSDT you provided...I believe it was to The Connactic as the file is labled DSDT_theconn_fixed.zip. So you want me to use this DSDT? well no thats stupid, you want me to reference it? as in copy everything in the Device (SATA) and overwrite whats under my Device(SATA)

add the _DSM part of SATA to your SATA part.
Also add DTGP

Sorry I am not so knowledgeable with DSDT edits

I did what you said, added the _DSM to my DSDT and the DTGP. Still no change, KP with FakeSMC and dependency:com.apple.iokit.ioacpifamily

would you like a screenshot?

Is it OS X 10.8.2?
My kernel is a 10.8.2 kernel...

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add the _DSM part of SATA to your SATA part.
Also add DTGP


Is it OS X 10.8.2?
My kernel is a 10.8.2 kernel...


Sorry for the confusion, I am using ItzShanes Lion version of your kernel with your .diffs

I am using 10.7.5 which they are all saying I should be using.

EDIT: tried booting using -f again, this time no KP but it gets to failed to load FakeSMC and failed to load AppleOnboardPCATA error 0xdc008016
"couldnt alloc class AppleOnboardPCATARoot"

without -f or if I use "usekernelcache=No" it just KP but doesnt say what for just panic + 0x260 and trap + 0x6fd

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hi, i am beginner, i create a bootable mountain lion 10.8.2 with this guide

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/265839-guida-installare-lion-retail-su-qualunque-pc/
,

what kernel should i use and where to put it,thankyou


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video ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series (512 MB


try this: http://www.insanelym...s/#entry1879066

i have explained everything in here and links to the kernel etc. you might need a kext for your motherboard. maybe the one i used is wright for you ;).

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Look for it... it must be somewhere...
Find it and delete it...

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run these commands to list all of your Lion's kexts:

sudo find /Volumes/Lion_hdd_name/System/Library/Extensions -type d -name *.kext > ~/Desktop/byran_SLE.txt
sudo find /Volumes/Lion_hdd_name/Extra/Extensions -type d -name *.kext > ~/Desktop/byran_EE.txt


then post all the txt files here


btw, did you boot with: -nossse3bit ?

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Look for it... it must be somewhere...
Find it and delete it...


hmm..okay thank you for trying! one last question...is FakeSMC even needed? I know it used to be...but is it now with 64-bit?

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run these commands to list all of your Lion's kexts:

sudo find /Volumes/Lion_hdd_name/System/Library/Extensions -type d -name *.kext > ~/Desktop/byran_SLE.txt
sudo find /Volumes/Lion_hdd_name/Extra/Extensions -type d -name *.kext > ~/Desktop/byran_EE.txt


then post all the txt files here


btw, did you boot with: -nossse3bit ?


Oh my...{censored}. I forgot my CPU doesnt support SSSE3 bit. I feel so dumb. Trying now.

EDIT :Well it seems to be working a lot better now, but Im still KP on FakeSMC

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hmm..okay thank you for trying! one last question...is FakeSMC even needed? I know it used to be...but is it now with 64-bit?



Oh my...{censored}. I forgot my CPU doesnt support SSSE3 bit. I feel so dumb. Trying now.

You need a 64bit FakeSMC or my AppleDecrypt.kext from the Developers section...





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