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In Topic: OSX 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9 on the Dell XPS 1340 laptop

09 December 2012 - 03:42 AM

The HDA patcher doesn't work for me, after an update to 10.7.5

Upon running, it gets to the "Registering updated components" stage, and then fails.

It says:

Unexpected codec range match count: 0, 4 expected
Aborting with AppleHDA NOT patched

I'm trying to patch AppleHDA.kext version 2.2.5

Any ideas?


P.S. Thanks for your amazing work on disabling the co-processor. My G210m is now disabled.

In Topic: OSX 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9 on the Dell XPS 1340 laptop

15 March 2012 - 10:35 PM

Hi all,
After updating to 10.7.3 (from 10.7.2) my graphics through the HDMI out flickers and judders. It's pretty unusable.

I see that the following files have been updated in the new version:

I'm going to try downgrading those kexts (except System.kext) to 10.7.2 versions and let you know how I go.

But, bcc9 (or anyone else) would you have a more elegant solution than just using old versions of kexts?

Is this a problem you're having as well?


EDIT: I should say I'm running the XPS1340 version with g210m and onboard 9400m. The g210m isn't functioning or recognised. Instead of using graphicsenabler=yes (which couldn't handle two cards at once and kernel panicked) I have taken the DSDT injection from bcc9's 10.6 solution and implemented them in my 10.7 DSDT. So as it is, the 9400m was working perfectly under 10.7.2 - but now it's like there is a problem with the frame buffer or something.

EDIT: GROAN! After a little too-ing and fro-ing I realised what it was. Nothing to do with the system kexts at all. The Display Settings had defaulted to 1080i for some reason, instead of 1080p - which my monitor needs. It was as simple as changing settings in System Preferences. Please ignore me.
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