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#1970070 [Guide] Dell XPS 15 L502X (Early 2011) Snow Leopard Install (possibly L702x too)

Posted by jkbuha on 20 November 2013 - 08:04 PM

Here you go guys. Fully UEFI-enabled 10.9 friendly kexts for the 15z with 1080p and i7-2620m processor. (AND ONLY FOR THE 15Z). There are a number of small but significant changes to TW's rig, namely as follows: 1) I have attached my modded AppleHDA kext as these patches are different from the original kext patches. In fact I currently have a patched 10.9.0 kext with the respective layout28 and Platform xmls and the additional Config that needs to be pushed either via FakeSMC (nice touch TW btw; I didn't realise you had pushed amls to the kexts so they wouldnt be touched by subsequent updates). 2) With a DSDT-free system I had everything working bar the ALC269; after much toil and trouble I decided to bring back the DSDT just to make everything work properly. In theory a DSDT-free patch should also work for the ALC269; in practice life is too short. 3) I have opted for the EAPD-separate kext instead of patching the PS2 controller; reason is that Rehabman's kext d...

#1899175 Pandora's Box (Beta1 Testing)

Posted by Marchrius on 21 March 2013 - 12:57 AM

Create DVD and/or RecoveryHD-ready image (both USB and DVD compatible) Create DVD image The steps for creating the iso are similar if not identical to those of the creation of the pendrive (USB). You just have to choose option 2 from the menu pictured below: http://www.insanelym...ttach_id=121303 Once this is done you can continue the development of your image with the instructions from the first post Micky1979. Create RecoveryHD In order to create the Recovery partition you choose "Y" when you are asked (see image below): http://www.insanelym...ttach_id=121328 Be careful though, you can create the Recovery partition on only one disk partitioned as GUID Partition Table (GPT). This does not depend on us but on the tools made ​​available by Apple. It should be noted that the script file download from internet RecoveryHDUpdate.dmg (for a total of about 452 MB) to retrieve needed files. If you already have the file you can copy it in the folder mentioned above and follo...

#1883913 New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

Posted by THe KiNG on 26 January 2013 - 09:33 PM

I am one of the motherboard developers(ACPI and UEFI customizations).so few inputs from me: - This board will require minimal (to none on future) user input for OS (X) boot, AOS stands for ALL OS, so is not just a board for hackint0sh, we are developing it for Windows and Linux too. - It will feature built in UEFI Open Boot Loader and as a future plan built in Chameleon for legacy boot, more info and details later. - Built in components: Intel 82574L LAN, Intel USB 3.0, TI FW800 2x ports on board and x1 FW400 on back, HD4000 Graphics(require CPU support), ALC892 Audio Codec, and 2x Cactus Ridge Thunderbolt ports all this in Micro ATX form factor. - All built in components works OOTB with our custom firmware(exception is audio).
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