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Pillendreher

Pillendreher

Member Since 09 Aug 2012
Offline Last Active May 20 2013 02:34 PM
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Realtek ALC3202

03 September 2012 - 07:22 PM

Hey guys,

I was looking for driver for the Realtek ALC3202 chipset but couldn't find anything. Are there any drivers out there I overlooked or do i have to try some drivers like VoodooHDA in order to figure out if one would work?

Btw: My Mainboard Chipset is the Intel HM 76 Express Chipset (Ivy Bridge)

Can't play media files - both iTunes and Quicktime don't work

03 September 2012 - 09:35 AM

Hey guys,

I'm experiencing a strange problem over here. After fixing a lot of stuff, I wondered if my sound worked. I managed to get a .mp4 and .mp3 file on my laptop-HDD and tried to open it on my hackintosh. Unfortunately, it didn't work. iTunes recognized the file, but it doesn't start playing it (at the beginning, there's a message that iTunes can't connect to the server). Quicktime just crashes with an error message (something like "ended inexplicably Code: -1); this happens with both files.

Has this ever occured to anyone too?

Greets
Pillendreher

Post-Installation fixes on a Lenovo L530

28 August 2012 - 10:34 AM

Hey guys,

I've succesfully installed ML on my Lenovo L530 thanks to this gude http://www.insanelym...pic=280756&st=0 :) The system is booting without problems, but some things are not working.

-Wifi (will never work though I think since it's a intel centrino card)
-Ethernet
-Internal keyboard and touchpad
-Display (only available resolution is 1024x768, even though the display's 1600x900) and afaik the Intel HD 4000 should be supported natively)


The USB 2.0 Ports work nicely - haven't tested the 3.0 one yet. Despite that, I can't find any problems (gotta admit though haven't had the opportunity to test the whole system). I've extracted my DSDT and added the smbios File I used installing ML. Furthermore, I've run SystemInfo and it showed me a few Intel devices. Since the software itself only produced 0-byte files extracing the devices, I hat to create a list myself.

I've already tried the voodoo ps2 driver, but unfortunately to no avail. For my Ethernet-Card (apparently a Realtek RTL8111F) I've already thried this driver. The card gets recognized in the Mac-Systeminfo, but I somehow can't connect to my router. In the Network-screen it says connected, but I can cleary see in my router-settings that my notebook didn't connect. It didn't work via DHCP and using manual settings didn't help either.

I've attached the files I've extracted and I'm hoping you guys can help me :)

Greets Pillendreher

Mountain Lion in VirtualBox with the standard installation files

26 August 2012 - 01:12 PM

Hey guys,

in the next few days, a buddy of mine is going to help me to get ML with his MB. I'll try to create the USB Drive according to the tutorials on this site, but I'm also planning on running a VM on my windows system just in case we missed something concerning the USB Drive. I've tried to find a decent guide for doing this, but I've only found guides which use a distro. Since I'm not very comfortable with using such modified versions (and it's not recommended afaik), I'd like to use the standard ML-installation files. Has anyone done this succesfully? I'm not afraid of trying it out, but I'd like to be sure about what to do before I start my experiments :D

Pillendreher

Planning on buying a new Lenovo Laptop for OSx86 - any objections hardware-wise?

13 August 2012 - 03:28 PM

Hey guys,

I've been browsing all over this forum for almost a whole week now in order to get the gist of osx86 :) Since I've been planning to buy a Laptop for my University-stuff, I thought I might wanna try out to use Mac OSx86 as well. At the moment, my favourite laptop's the Lenovo L530. Before I place the order, I wondered if the hardware is "usable" for OSx 86:


CPU:
Intel Core i3-3110M 2.40 GHz, 3 MB Cache, 35W TDP

RAM:
4 GB PC3-12800 1600MHz DDR3 / 8GB max.

HDD:
500 GB 2.5" SATA HDD 7.200U/min

Display::
15.6" (39.5cm) HD+ LED (1600x900),


GPU:
Intel HD 4000(Shared)

Devices:
DVD±RW Double Layer

Communication:
10/100/1000 Ethernet
Intel Centrino® Wireless-N 2200 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0
UMTS / HSDPA ready

Interfaces:
1 x ExpressCard 34/54
3 x USB 2.0 (1 x powered)
1 x USB 3.0
1 x VGA
1 x Mini-DisplayPort
1 x combo audio/mic jack
1 x Dockingstation
1 x Kensington Lock
1 x 4-in-1 Cardreader (MMC, SD, SDHC, SDXC)

Security:
BM Embedded Security Subsystem
FingerPrint Reader

As far as I'm concerned, CPU, GPU, Ram, HDD and Display should be supported. The Wifi-Card is not as far as I know. Besides that, a little tweaking (how little, I can just guess) should get it running, right?

Hope you guys don't mind me asking.

Greets
Pillendreher
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