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adeebm

Member Since 24 Jan 2008
Offline Last Active Apr 13 2014 07:23 AM
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In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

28 May 2013 - 04:05 AM

It seems to be working fine now. Strange.. Dump is below if you still want it:

Found a device of class GenericUSBXHCI: IOService:/AppleACPIPlatformExpert/PCI0/AppleACPIPCI/RP04@1C,3/IOPCI2PCIBridge/XHC1@0/GenericUSBXHCI
Endpoint 1, Type Control, State Running
Multiple 1, Interval 1 microframes, CErr 3, Max Burst 1, Max Packet Size 64
Average TRB Length 8, Max ESIT Payload 0
Endpoint 7, Type Bulk In, State Running
Multiple 1, Interval 1 microframes, CErr 3, Max Burst 1, Max Packet Size 512
Average TRB Length 512, Max ESIT Payload 0
Endpoint 8, Type Bulk Out, State Running
Multiple 1, Interval 1 microframes, CErr 3, Max Burst 1, Max Packet Size 512
Average TRB Length 512, Max ESIT Payload 0
Endpoint 12, Type Bulk Out, State Running
Multiple 1, Interval 1 microframes, CErr 3, Max Burst 1, Max Packet Size 512
Average TRB Length 512, Max ESIT Payload 0
Endpoint 26, Type Bulk Out, State Running
Multiple 1, Interval 1 microframes, CErr 3, Max Burst 1, Max Packet Size 512
Average TRB Length 512, Max ESIT Payload 0

In Topic: [Guide] Dell XPS 15 L502X (Early 2011) Snow Leopard Install (possibly L702x too)

28 May 2013 - 03:58 AM

No luck with chameleon. All the kexts you mention are loaded. SNB and HD3000 both v 8.0.0. Not sure what's up. By all accounts, I should have acceleration, yet no QE.

--Adeeb

In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

27 May 2013 - 06:33 AM

I have one issue to report. I have an RNX-N150 wireless adapter that I use. When I use it on an apple controlled USB2 port, it works fine. On a USB3 port, it still works(an improvement from before), but wireless speeds are very slow. I would assume this hase something to do with transfer rates.

--Adeeb

In Topic: [Guide] Dell XPS 15 L502X (Early 2011) Snow Leopard Install (possibly L702x too)

27 May 2013 - 12:52 AM

Well, the kexts seem to be loading fine. There's some conflict somewhere. I'll assume it's from the efi string.

Try this:

  • backup your current boot.plist
  • remove the efi string
  • install latest version of enoch http://www.insanelym.../file/71-enoch/
  • in the customize section of enoch Settings > Video > check EnableDualLink=Yes and SkipNvidiaGfx=Yes just in case
  • Install
See if it works.


I get the split yellow screen, meaning EnableDualLink=Yes didn't work. I did check for QE/CI anyway, and no luck. So removing the EFI string didn't help.

EDIT: I edited my DSDT and added the dual-link property. My display now works without the efi string. Still no QE/CI however.

--Adeeb

In Topic: [Guide] Dell XPS 15 L502X (Early 2011) Snow Leopard Install (possibly L702x too)

26 May 2013 - 07:42 PM

I'm using the latest i7 1080p dsdt from your pack. Specs are:
i7 2720QM
1080p screen
GT 525M

EFI string and io dump attached.

--Adeeb
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