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hello

 

is a improvment... rsrsr

 

no video .. to ugly.. rsrsrsrs

 

google it for solution for u video card.. generally u edit the nvidia kext with u dev id...

 

http://olarila.com/f....php?f=28&t=154

 

like i say before must read and google for solutions

 

here also

 

http://www.insanelym...rum/173-nvidia/

 

good hack



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There is no such kext
 
Do you mean NVDAResman.kext?
Removing has helped but now my video is ugly (-: how can I fix it?

Now It is necessary to correct DSDT in order to get rid of NullCPUPowerManagement.
About your GeforseCard I afraid I can't help you because I've never had a computer with that.
You can attach your DSDT.

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Thanks to all who has helped me!!! I will get to my hackintosh tomorrow morning and will continue my work with your help to make the machine run in normal mode. Have a nice evening and good night!



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Hi everybody!

 

I couldn't post yesterday, but I still have the same problem. System has started in normal mode only once and then only in safe mode. That's where the boot stops:

 

2rrqy4n.jpg

 

Any sugestions?



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ok 

i had taken a look on your post 

for me 

first : you must disabled graphic card in your bios 

 hdd :       sata = AHCI 

after booting dvd iatkos ML2 

me i boot always with flags -v -f -x , the first time ( press F8 ) at the boot loader . 

options of iatkos 

1- Bootloader

    GraphicsEnabler ( if your GT 610 is really a Nvidia Kelper , and if you don't get video working you can modify 

   later GraphicsEnabler=Yes to No in the org chameleon boot plist )

    Kernel cache 

    Builtin Ethernet 

    PCIRoot-1

    USB Fix 

2- Graphics mode 

    it's the definition of your screen 

    you can check 1280x800

    it's just for the boot loader 

    you can change after with champ list ( is an utility who is installed by default by itakos )

3- Patchs

    FakeSmc 

    Disabler

   EVOreboot 

   Patch RTC 

4- Mac Model

    Mac Pro 3.1 ( after install , if you can't login in Apple Store , you can change model of mac ( SMBios.plist ) with champlist or install a kext PLatformUUID in S/L/E )

5- Drivers 

    main hardware 

   SATA /IDE = AHCI SATA 

   sound

   for VGA = you check nothing !!!!

   Network

if you can boot and don't get sound or network working 

you must looking for kext ( for example to : http://www.osx86.net )

for me , i w'll try a clean install like that 

try and post result 

have fun 

good hack 



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Hi everybody!

I couldn't post yesterday, but I still have the same problem. System has started in normal mode only once and then only in safe mode. That's where the boot stops:

2rrqy4n.jpg

Any sugestions?

Unfortunately, I don't see NullCPUPowerManagerment loaded again. Or you can take out your DSDT here to correct DSDT for ACPM.

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Hi everybody!

 

I couldn't post yesterday, but I still have the same problem. System has started in normal mode only once and then only in safe mode. That's where the boot stops:

 

2rrqy4n.jpg

 

Any sugestions?

 

VT-d fault

 

Turn off VT-d in the BIOS



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yes is right 

you must disable VT-d in your bios 

 

"VT-d" stands for "Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O". The relationship between VT and VT-d is that the former is an "umbrella" term referring to all Intel virtualization technologies and the latter is a particular solution within a suite of solutions under this umbrella.



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yes is right 

you must disable VT-d in your bios 

 

"VT-d" stands for "Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O". The relationship between VT and VT-d is that the former is an "umbrella" term referring to all Intel virtualization technologies and the latter is a particular solution within a suite of solutions under this umbrella.

Thanks a lot, guys. Will look for it in BIOS, because I've found only VT there. Thanks again! Will post on results.



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Hi guys, the problem is not solved yet. A little bit of history: I've posted a message in asus forum concerning my MoBo and how to disable VT-d and there is no solution to this - I've renewed the BIOS, vt-d still active and there is no way to disable it in the BIOS menu. So here I am again looking for answers and advice how to make my system run in normal mode. The problem is definitely not in video - it works ok in -x mode, the only problem though is flash displaying - it seems like refreshes 1 frame in a sec. Everything else is ok. I would leave it the way it is if I would not need the system to work in full for my work assignments (-: But maybe someone would have a fresh idea on my situation with this MoBo...

Later I will post a picture of the current panic.

 

Thanks a lot again everyone who participates. I hope the topic (or rather the solution) will help someone else with same problem.



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Actually, the panic didn't change from the last screen picture.



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Best Answer

Problem solved with this help: http://www.insanelym...82-100-working/







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