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Ufdah

Ufdah

Member Since 22 Jan 2009
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In Topic: Black Screen on Install

31 July 2012 - 05:22 PM

Can you explain how you "patched" it? The link to the patch is just a portion of a DSDT file isn't it, not actually a patch you can run in the DSDT editor and patcher?

In Topic: [Solved] QE / CI on Mountain Lion GM with the NVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS 512MB fi...

31 July 2012 - 05:03 PM

Still not working for me, but then I'm using a integrated Nvidia 9300...
The NVDAResman.kext in your patch allows me to boot with software graphics acceleration but it's fixed resolution and SLOW!

In Topic: mountain lion alc 888 sound ?

31 July 2012 - 06:35 AM

I was having a hard time with sound too. It started working when I put the right SMBios in my /Extra folder...

In Topic: Asus P5N7A-VM

14 October 2011 - 09:31 PM

Successfuly updated to 10.7.2!

Thanks to cubswinfllclssic for the post here.

I installed the NVEnabler.kext (64-bit) in the first page of this thread and turned OFF Graphics Enabler in the Chameleon settings and removing the EFI inject string from Chameleon while still on 10.7.1. Restarted and everything still worked great. Installed 10.7.2 and it booted right up! Had to reinstall AppleHDA.kext to get sound going again.

So quick recap: No DSDT, No Graphics Enabler, No graphics EFI Inject String, Use NVEnabler.kext, Install 10.7.2 update, reinstall AppleHDA.kext

iCloud is there and working!

In Topic: Asus P5N7A-VM

14 October 2011 - 02:23 PM

Please report when you have something. I'm planning on upgrading my OS soon.


Well, I can tell you what didn't work... ;)

After the update my monitor went black but I was still able to VNC into it and see everything. The only thing that seemed to break was the built in graphics card support.

Up to this point I have NOT used a DSDT file or graphics injector with Lion. Using VNC I grabbed the DSDT that I was using with 10.5.8 and stuck it in the root. Booted and it locked up at "Initializing PCI Devices" or something like that, one of the last steps of the verbose boot... I couldn't get past this and when I would boot from the recovery partition that was installed with Lion I was unable to see the DSDT file in Terminal to delete it. I ended up doing a full system restore from the recovery partition using my last Time Machine backup prior to the 10.7.2 update. Fortunately the TM restore worked flawlessly and I'm back on 10.7.1 as if nothing happened. I don't have time right now to pursue this any farther so I'll be on 10.7.1 for a little longer...

Good Luck! (Maybe NVkush would work?)
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