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jmatthews3030

jmatthews3030

Member Since 10 Mar 2009
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In Topic: Realtek ALC887

23 October 2010 - 11:11 PM

I also am looking to use spdif output on my Asus P5G41C-M with ALC887. Tried voodooHDA kext but only analog working partially so far.

asus p5g41c-m
intel e6300 wolfdale
mushkin ddr2 800 2GB
Toshiba 160GB HDD
nVidia 8400GS DVI-HDMI
osx86 vanilla 10.6.4

-Jon

EDIT: Tried kext in post #8 and optical audio out works like a charm! THANK YOU FAW88!

In Topic: [Guide] Snow Lepard Retail on Asrock G31-M S and GS

28 March 2010 - 07:23 PM

Hi Giorgio,

Just followed guide for my ASROCK G41M-VS2, sorry my board is not the same but is almost identical board. Happily the guide worked like a charm, however it looks as if I'm having the same shutdown issue as d0d0d0 (after cpu halt, screen turns off, sounds like hdd stops but system and fans remain on). I realize the mb are diff, I didn't see need for separate thread when the guide works great on it anyways. Would you advise same delete dsdt.aml to fix this?

Here's my setup;

ASROCK G41M-VS2
WOLFDALE E6300 2.8Ghz Dual-Core
2GB MUSHKIN DDR2-800
Maxtor 250GB SATAII HDD (OSX86)
WD 1.5TB SATAII HDD (stuff)
LG IDE DVD Writer
Belkin F5D5005 Gigabit LAN PCI Adapter
ASUS GEFORCE 8400GS 512MB v2 PCI-E
VoodooHDA working on Realtek661

EDIT: I just removed dsdt.aml and shutdown works! Then I applied 10.6.3 and so far so good.

In Topic: 10.5.8 upgrade from iAtkos v7 on Intel DX58SO

15 March 2010 - 01:37 AM

Sooo, after i update and my computer fails to reboot to the os, i reset and insert the v7 disc, i install all over again like when i first installed v7, except this time i wont delete or format anything. and i will boot into 10.5.8?


Sort of... after updating through apple update, you pop the iatkos v7 disc in, reboot into the dvd, and install again but differently (ie: a driver-only install, this is described in the iatkos readme on the dvd if you scroll way down, i think its under the heading "optional installs".) This time uncheck the kernel and basic install packages (i think its the top two lines in "customize" box.) because you wont do a full install of 10.5.7, just want to install the fixes from the 10.5.7 disc. So on the iAtkos customize your install screen basically uncheck everything, then go through the driver fixes and only check the fixes/injectors you needed to get 10.5.7 running in the first place oh and also uncheck the last check box (forget what its called but its not needed for driver-only installs, just read the descriptions of each check box if you're unsure.)

You might need to repair permissions afterwards but I never had to. Like I said before, if you apply all the fixes you used to get 10.5.7 working after updating to 10.5.8, then there's a good chance it will work. This assumes you had a fully working 10.5.7 in the first place...

Hope I've explained this clearly!
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