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My build
Asus P8z77 M Pro (NOT FLASHED)
Asus Geforce GTX 660TI 2GB
Corsair 16 gig 1600mhz ddr Ram
Intel i7 3770K Ivy Bridge
Cooler Master 690 II Advanced
Corsair Cx 600 Psu
Seidon 120M
Sandisk 120GB SSD
Seagate Barracuda 500gb SATA 6Gb


Hopefully someone can help....
I used a bought copy of ML from the appstore and myhack to get the OSX to a 8 gb usb
I formatted the HDD for both windows and OSX got ML on it
downloaded ##### installed GraphicsEnabler=No(couldn't get past the apple logo to install used boot flag first that worked Installed not a problem)
Universal audio from #####
that's all I had done in ##### so far

when I installed the osx I installed whatever kexts it comes with I didn't know (just learning) I had
Extension folder
AppleACPIP2NUB.kext
ApplePS2Controller.kext
FakeSMC.kext
Ispcidrv.kext
NullCPUPowerManagement.kext
Patched_10.7_AppleRTC.kext


I was told by another guy off another fourm that I should try this
Make a copy of FakeSMC.Kext and save it to the desktop
Then delete them all in the Extension Folder
Download Vostro 3550 Kext Pack ML 8.2

Put AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext to desktop
Go to System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup,And delete everything inside there
Open up Kext Wizard
Choose Installation Tab
Drop both Kexts on desktop in installion tab
click install in System/Library/Extension
Click Install
Click on Maintenance Tab
click System/Library/Entensions,Repair Premissions and Repair Cache
Click Execute

Also tried USBBusFix=Yes

Didn't work could someone try helping me out please.......


Thanks in advanced

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Use the DSDT i have attached. Upgrade to bios 1708.

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Ok thanks but like I posted my mobo isn't flashed does that matter

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Ok thanks but like I posted my mobo isn't flashed does that matter


No it doesn't matter. Just make sure you're on that bios version.

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ok its 1616 just went into the Bios

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ok its 1616 just went into the Bios


Then grab the update from the site of your MB

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So my question is how do I upgrade it to 1708

nm lol is the instructions on there on how upgrade it

and since I am hoping to run win7 I assume I am grabbing that file which on thou the 32 or the 64

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I don't really know what you mean... I think 32 bit or 64 bit. To find out which version you need to right click Computer and click Properties and you see 64 bits or 32 bit or aren't you running windows

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I haven't installed it yet but I did partition the drive I just want to know 32 or 64 bit because when I do install windows 7 I don't want to have to do the upgrade again

http://ca.asus.com/e...M_PRO/#download I am going to choose the Windows 7 64 bit just to play it safe unless you think otherwise

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Go 64 bit windows 7. The 32 bit version will only identify 4gb of your 16gb of ram. The 64 bit will see the whole 16GB

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ok thanks now how would I do this upgrade

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Upgrade of windows 7 or the bios?

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Bios I am trying to get the OSX up and working first then go on to windows 7

so I choose Windows 7 (64 bit ) now it has BIOS (I see 1708) and BIOS utilities will I need both

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Grab the zip file i have attached for you. It's the 1708 from the asus site. The procedure is good explained here: http://vip.asus.com/...9668&board_id=1

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ok so I opened the zipped file I see BRenamer.zip (do I unzip this to)and the P8Z77-M-PRO-ASUS-1708.Cap file

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I don't think you need brenamer just put the .cap file on the usb

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ok did that now what

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Look at the link i given you it is written there.

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Ok but I really don't understand that link I'm sorry

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1708 is not the latest BIOS for that board, and don't follow the instructions on the ASUS forum, it's an outdated post from 2007.

Don't you have the manual for your motherboard? Look:

http://event.asus.co..._Features.htm#c <- all the Asus P8Z77 boards have this.

Attached File  Capture.PNG   109.25KB   8 downloads

Rule number one: know your hardware.

Get the modified 1805 BIOS from here:
http://biosrepo.word...s.com/asus/z77/





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