Firstly thanks to the following people for providing help: JaS, lamer0 and Marcp1967.
1. Go to /system/library/extensions
2. Find All the AppleIntel KEXT files:
3. Copy all of these to an external directory, and make a back up of them also. We need to modify them... but back them up just incase of anything.
4. right click the first kext file and go to "show package contents" then go to contents
5. right click the "Info.plist" file and go to open with --> other --> browse to "TextEdit"
6. use the search function (Applekey/Alt + F) and search for every and any value equaling to 0x25828086 or containing "2582".
7. Replace this value with "2592" and save the file.
------- Repeat steps 4 through to 7 for every kext file ----------
After this process is complete copy these files back to /system/library/extensions
8. Remove the AppleIntel830.kext file.
9. Open the terminal application and enter "sudo su", enter your password.
10. type the following in the terminal after logging in:
cd / <-- press enter cd /system/library/extensions <-- press enter sudo chmod -R 755 AppleIntel915.kext <-- press enter sudo chown -R root:wheel AppleIntel915.kext <-- press enter then... sudo chmod -R 755 AppleIntelIntegratedGraphics.kext <-- press enter sudo chown -R root:wheel AppleIntelIntegratedGraphics.kext <-- press enter.
Method One: If you are unable to start and you recieve a blue screen after Darwin has finished loading or after the grey screen with the apple logo (like me) connect an external monitor and restart. This should get you back into OSX.
Method Two (for those dual-booting):
- If you are dual booting for example xp and osx like me... try going into xp first.. and then booting into osx.. with the -f switch... and NO EXTERNAL MONITOR attached...
that should also work.. i just tried it twice.....
- In general try booting with the -f swtich....
- On a side note.. if you are experience sluggish performance.. not just on the graphical side.. but in general... make sure you repair your permissions this can be done by opening the terminal and entering the following:
sudo -s <-- Press enter cd / <-- Press enter diskutil repairPermissions / <-- Press enter
it might take a minute or two.. maybe more.. depending on what your file permissions look like...
I just noticed that after i did this... everything is working fine.. and not a single application has crashed...
I hope it works for you all.
Tested and working on a Dell Inspiron 6000 with the following:
Intel Mobile Centrino 1.6GHz
Intel 915GM - GMA900 (128mb shared)
Philips CD/DVD combo drive
15.4" Widescreen running at 1280x800x32
Broadcom 440 Network Card (NIC)
Intel Wireless 2200 <-- [Not working]
Sigmatel AC97 Audio
Patches and method of installation are as follows:
- Native install from PearPC to Native
- Maxxuss' 0.4.1 SSE3 --> SEE2 emulation patch
PS: By request i've uploaded my kext files, and their configuration. Again place these files in the /system/library/extensions folder and go through step 10.
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