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In Topic: Dell Precision M6600 - FirePro M8900 (6970M) - FRAMEBUFFER PROBLEM WITH VGA

08 June 2014 - 09:09 PM

You don't have to be rude. Apparently, I know more than you since I was able to get fully working sound and a trackpad with scrolling if we are going by your logic. I did read more about it, and you're advice didn't help. I'm sorry about your rudeness, but apparently forum usage isn't for you.

In Topic: Dell Precision M6600 - FirePro M8900 (6970M) - FRAMEBUFFER PROBLEM WITH VGA

08 June 2014 - 12:07 AM

Hi, I have an M6600 as well. I have no idea what your talking about as far as cattail, or how to edit the frame buffer. I don't use vga, so, could you tell me how you got internal and hdmi working?

In Topic: Need kexts for RealTek ALC665

06 March 2014 - 10:02 AM

Installed kexts from http://www.insanelym...l702x-optimus/ 


now ear phones are working, but not built in speakers.

I had missed installing IOAudio kext. Using Kext Wizard I repaired kexts, build cache etc, then I re-installed again. Now seems working :D [no HDMI audio though :(]

 So, after you installed IOAudio.kext you had fully working sound except for the hdmi port?

In Topic: Sound, Graphics & booting

06 March 2014 - 10:00 AM

Your hard drive is probably still GPT formatted, you have to boot the mavericks intaller and format your disk back to mbr to install windows. Also, I have the same exact issues as the Op, except I have a GT555m instead.

In Topic: Help with OS X86 10.8.2 on an Alienware M14x R1

06 March 2014 - 09:30 AM

I used a USB image based distro. I don't think it had a specific name. Anyways, look for one of those, and flash it to a thumb drive. I do know there was an issue with one of the more recent bootloaders that uses a mouse for navigation. The internal trackpad isn't recognized and the usb ports don't work. I had to push one of the function keys to get to the older chameleon bootloader and from there I could type in the boot flags. The biggest problem I have now is getting a boot loader installed. I'm about to follow this guide here and see if I can get it working.



Edit: I hope i'm not breaking any rules since i'm not linking to anything, but the usb image I got was a .raw file in a torrent you can find with the keywords "Mavericks USB" on an extremely popular tracker. It may have been the DMG one, anyways, you have to press "1" as it boots up so you can bypass the clover bootloader.

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