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sickr1rider

Member Since 18 Aug 2008
Offline Last Active Jun 20 2013 03:56 PM
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In Topic: [GUIDE] A fast and easy way to install Mountain Lion

12 June 2013 - 05:15 PM

Hi Tseug. I have followed you for few years and my Hackintosh serving me well.
But our GA-P35-DS4's are old now. Do you have a new board on your mind that would be easiest to serve as a Hackintosh?
Thanks Sir.

I would also love to move up to a new system with a Tseug guide has I have also been following him since leopard. I know this is really early but has anyone got a hold of the mavericks beta and give this a go?

In Topic: [GUIDE] A fast and easy way to install Mountain Lion

22 September 2012 - 09:23 PM

did you get the combo update or just ran the app store installer? Also did you have to rerun the finalize script or adjust any kext to get sleep back?

In Topic: [GUIDE] A fast and easy way to install Mountain Lion

07 August 2012 - 05:57 AM

Any ideas on getting sleep to work? Everything else works great but when I choose sleep it turns my display off but computer stays on. I have to hold power for 5secs before I can get it to restart. Is there a kext someone can point me to to fix this issue?



**Update** Installed the universal sleepenabler kext from osx86 and check the box under the energy savings settings. It does now sleep and wake but finder and other programs act very strange after sleep. Lots of beach balls and odd behavior. Everything else works great and I am so happy to be on ML!

Any ideas on getting sleep to work? Everything else works great but when I choose sleep it turns my display off but computer stays on. I have to hold power for 5secs before I can get it to restart. Is there a kext someone can point me to to fix this issue?



**Update** Installed the universal sleepenabler kext from osx86 and check the box under the energy savings settings. It does now sleep and wake but finder and other programs act very strange after sleep. Lots of beach balls and odd behavior. Everything else works great and I am so happy to be on ML!



I fixed the odd behavior in my msi 6870 twin frozr, I am not sure what part fixed it tho. I installed, VoodooTSCSync.kext, AppleRTC.kext, and ati6000Controller.kext all from osx86, after I did all that ( Not sure if all are needed) my computer is fine after waking up. Before it was really unstable and had graphics issues. Now everything is perfect. THANKS TSEUG!!!!!

In Topic: [GUIDE] A fast and easy way to install Mountain Lion

05 August 2012 - 03:06 AM

Any ideas on getting sleep to work? Everything else works great but when I choose sleep it turns my display off but computer stays on. I have to hold power for 5secs before I can get it to restart. Is there a kext someone can point me to to fix this issue?



**Update** Installed the universal sleepenabler kext from osx86 and check the box under the energy savings settings. It does now sleep and wake but finder and other programs act very strange after sleep. Lots of beach balls and odd behavior. Everything else works great and I am so happy to be on ML!

In Topic: [GUIDE] A fast and easy way to install Mountain Lion

04 August 2012 - 09:25 PM

I just got now got it to work by using kext utility and AppleHDA.kext I found on another message board. So now audio works and I am in the process of making a time machine backup so I can restore it to my ssd drive. Thank you so much for your help and great guide. I would recommend the ati6870 msi twin frozr to anyone wanting a bad ass graphics card with out of the box functionality. Wish I had ddr3 but I think the next upgrade for me is going to be an apple cinema 27 non thunderbolt :(
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