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Philz

Philz

Member Since 02 Aug 2005
Offline Last Active Dec 20 2013 09:00 PM
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In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

15 March 2013 - 03:03 PM

The only thing unusual I see in the dump is that the Asmedia 0x1042 does not support 64-bit physical addressing. I haven't really tested that condition. So what I'll do is simulate it with the xhci chip I have, and see if it screwes things up.


Thats interesting, am I the first Asmedia user? Let me know if you want me to test anything on the actual system if you don't want to simulate anything. Thanks for looking into it :)

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

15 March 2013 - 04:54 AM

I'm getting nothing, finally got around to trying this, but not on 10.8.2. Rather the 10.8.3 that just got released, I dumped Caps/Running to a file if that helps but it's not recognizing anything and NOTHING in Console.app. It shows up in system profiler but no devices when plugged in...

It's ASmedia from what I know...

Phil

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

09 March 2013 - 08:43 PM

So is this better than you patched method? (http://www.insanelym...82/page__st__60)

I'm only now in need of USB3 with my ASUS Maximus IV GENEZ/GEN3 board and trying to find the best way to do so. It uses Asmedia chipset for the two ports (and two by front panel connector).

Back when I originally built the system the methods of getting it to work-along with sleep and other things-was a fiasco... So which of these methods is best zenith? I want to incorporate whatever solution into a writeup of the board!

Thanks a million-
Phil

In Topic: New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

04 March 2013 - 01:51 AM

Never said Chimera wasn't a blatant rip of chameleon. Just generally has had less issues, as chameleon is not as "release-y" as chimera, so some of the trunk versions have issues, some don't. My machine is my main "production" machine so it needs to run no issue-and rampage, I too can get anything up in under two hours, I've been working on hacks since the leaked Tiger images a very, very, very long time ago (I've been a user here since august of '05 for example).

As for the chimera comment it was a comment in general, many of the "new releases" of the tools we use on a hack also pose the possibility of issues (not for all, but for some). Same could apply to Chameleon, Clover, etc. What my point was AOS board has the potential to remove a lot of these things from being necessary, thus removing the potential for future issues, or issues that arrive from updates to the scene's releases. Let's forget I mentioned chimera then ;)

In Topic: New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

03 March 2013 - 08:31 PM

I think people are missing the key part to this motherboard, it will (theoretically) keep working. Other than audio there will be no issues with updates, it's the closet we've ever gotten to straight apple hardware.

The real question will obviously be updates over time, but even if there aren't any the hardware is ahead of everyone elses.

For people that use a Hackintosh to GET WORK DONE, and not just "chromebook" worthy duties, and tinkering, this is huge. It's the difference of some glitch getting you out of nowhere, which is entirely possible on most hacks. Remember it's not just apples updates but the communities itself. The latest chimera that fixed iMessages also now introduced some sleep issues on an otherwise 100% kosher machine.

Were working on the fringe, this AOS board has the benefit of stabilizing a LOT of factors that can be problematic.
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