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  1. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/289062-109-mavericks-simple-vanilla-hackintosh-install-guide/ per le varie cose specifiche del laptop si trovano tranquillamente in giro, basta cercare.
  2. Prima di mettere un bios bisogna SEMPRE riportarlo ai valori di fabbrica. Comunque puoi provare: Reset BIOS to default blindly If that doesn't work, then lets try to reset the BIOS to defaults blindly. Follow the following procedure. 1. Turn computer on 2. Immediately keep pressing F2 non-stop for about 4 seconds 3. Press F9. Hit Enter key. 4. Press F10. Hit Enter key. 5. The computer restarts and you should be good to go
  3. Could somebody please fix errors in my system dsdt and patch for hdmi (actually diplayport) audio? Thanks! System DSDT.dsl.zip
  4. queste opzioni le ho proposte io e cospargendomi il capo di cenere dico che non vanno affatto bene _nel nostro modello_ funzionavano quando c'era un chip _mux_ che non è più presente la Eppol utilizza un chip _mux_ che serve a cambiare da scheda grafica integrata a discreta propietario che noi, fra poco voi perchè il laptop con 6 cicli di ricarica lo metto in vendita, non abbiamo punto. ps non sono nemmeno riuscito a aggiornare il bios della 650m in windows mettendo quello della 660m modificati si ha un aumento delle prestazioni MA _non esiste_ ancora una versione per schede da 4 GB il video bios nVidia è incluso nel bios del laptop.... buona sperimentazione!
  5. ho abiltato la scheda chipset con il pezzo di bios "setup" sbloccato ma è una modifica che non porta a niente il bios deve rimanere così com'è ci vuole qualcosa dalla parte del sistema operativo che finora nessuno ha avuto voglia, tempo o capacità di creare che sia un porting da linux di swictcheroo o noveu o bumblebee è l'unica possibilità senza rischiare di briccare il laptop
  6. se fate casini con opzioni strane del bios sbloccato tenete presente questo: Reset BIOS to default blindly If that doesn't work, then lets try to reset the BIOS to defaults blindly. Follow the following procedure. 1. Turn computer on 2. Immediately keep pressing F2 non-stop for about 4 seconds 3. Press F9. Hit Enter key. 4. Press F10. Hit Enter key. 5. The computer restarts and you should be good to go
  7. io vorrei sapere i passi per abilitare la scheda chipset nel frattempo ti riporto quanto ho scritto in un altro thread: I finally managed to unlock some BIOS options. http://i.imgur.com/3TBTgyc.jpg BUT using "Others" option is just disabling HD4000 and enabling 650M only working with hdmi port video out, no lcd output. Another kind user of this forum was telling me that there's no physical connection from 650m to lcd but just through hd4000. So if anyone can explain how to unhide the "Chipset/Graphic" section I will try if just a bios edit will drive me to another step. Meanwhile, digging in early linux efforts to use Optimus on linux I found this page: https://github.com/a...sus-switcheroo/ It's about 100 lines of code. Maybe someone could create a module for Chameleon or Clover? One last thing from Wikipedia: Operation without a device driver[edit] When no software mechanism exists for switching between graphics adapters, the system cannot use the NVIDIA GPU at all, even if an installed graphics driver would support it.[8] Some older computers contain a BIOS setting to manually select the state of the hardware multiplexer to switch output between the two video devices. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ***However, this setting is no longer part of the Optimus platform.*** +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ So the famous "mux" chip is no longer present or supported? Source code for Linux Noveau is here. Applies to the cards also listed here. Maybe the solution lies around here.http://nouveau.freed...nvc0familyfermi
  8. ho editato il post precedente io cercavo di attivare la modalità Others per usare solo la scheda 650m ma funziona solo con l'uscita hdmi in windows le opzioni della sezione chipset invece non sono riuscito a farle diventare accessibili nel bios per niente nonostante in amibcp abbia dato l'accesso user bios 216
  9. non devi modificare il bios che si scarica dalle pagine del supporto asus in parole povere devi estrarre il tuo bios aprire amibcp 4.35 selezionare le voci che vuoi modificare settandole invece di default come USER non modificare parametri solo user, ti faccio una immagine d'esempio: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47830687/bios.jpg fai sta modifica rispettando parent/child main / -------pippo / ------------pertica / -------------------palla <---- se vuoi avere accesso all' opzione palla devi agire sul bios estratto abilitando l'accesso, da default a user, prima su pippo, poi pertica e infine palla
  10. Allora il bios lo devi estrarre sul tuo portatile. Non devi fare nessun aggiornamento della guida. Solo cercare con google: FPTKIT64.zip agevolo link testato e funzionante: http://www.sendspace.com/file/pglx6p segui il secondo step della guida zenbook: °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°° Extract it to C:\ Open a Command Line in Administrator Mode and enter this: FPTW64.EXE -BIOS -D BACKUP.ROM This tool with the command above will create a BACKUP of your current bios. Make sure you SAVE A COPY of the backup.rom safe somewhere in case you need to go back to stock. °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°° edita una copia del bios estratto con amibcp 4.35 che si trova nella guida testato da me: http://www.sendspace.com/file/pz9fzf nota bene che: °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°° You want to change the Access/USE column ONLY. If you mess around with anything else in here, you are on your OWN! °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°° poi: Once you are done this save this Rom as MOD.ROM infine la parte finale: Now to flash your modded bios. Make sure the file sizes of your backup and MOD are the same if so go forward. if not DO NOT. Open a Command Line in Administrator Mode and enter this: FPTW64.EXE -BIOS -F MOD.ROM Once it completes restart your pc. Once it comes back to windows do a shutdown and pull out your power cable. Wait 10-15 seconds and then start it up and boot into your bios. All the settings you enabled will be there for you! è meglio fare prima un reset delle impostazioni di default dal BIOS e poi procedere al flash del bios mod.rom spero di aver chiarito questa procedura, in caso di casini la modifica *invalida la garanzia* scusa per la mistura di stili ho copiato e incollato con questi risultati... se vuoi posso inviarti copia del bios modificato da me così vedi dove ho fatto le modifiche ma non puoi metterlo nel tuo laptop, ok? il logo asus animato e il suono compaiono solo con il boot csm in giro ho visto anche come fare a editare un file di boot per bios UEFI e partire da partizione GPT buona sperimentazione e non cambiare molte opzioni alla volta disabilitando il turbo e altre cosette sono riuscito ad arrivare a 5 ore di autonomia con word processing in win 8.1 https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47830687/IMG_0007.JPG
  11. Nella speranza che qualcuno sappia cosa fare: I got an Asus n56vz laptop. I found this on an italian linux forum: Because Hybrid VGA driver is only available for Windows 7/Vista, [/size] it should select Others to activate external VGA to get better performance at other operation system[/size] I discover some interesting hidden options with amibcp 4.35 that could work In Advanced change: (0897) Boot VGA Controller Selection For from Windows7/Vista to Others In Chipset/Graphic Configuration change: (04B6) Primary Display from SG to PEG (03BA) Internal Graphics disabled So I follow some parts of this guide for another model of Asus laptop here: http://forum.notebookreview.com/asus/707826-asus-zenbook-bios-firmware-modding-thread.html I finally managed to unlock some BIOS options. http://i.imgur.com/3TBTgyc.jpg BUT using "Others" option is just disabling HD4000 and enabling 650M only working with hdmi port video out, no lcd output. Another kind user of this forum was telling me that there's no physical connection from 650m to lcd but just through hd4000. So if anyone can explain how to unhide the "Chipset/Graphic" section I will try if just a bios edit will drive me to another step. Meanwhile, digging in early linux efforts to use Optimus on linux I found this page: https://github.com/a...sus-switcheroo/ It's about 100 lines of code. Maybe someone could create a module for Chameleon or Clover? One last thing from Wikipedia: Operation without a device driver[edit] When no software mechanism exists for switching between graphics adapters, the system cannot use the NVIDIA GPU at all, even if an installed graphics driver would support it.[8] Some older computers contain a BIOS setting to manually select the state of the hardware multiplexer to switch output between the two video devices. ***However, this setting is no longer part of the Optimus platform.*** So the famous "mux" chip is no longer present or supported? I posted here because I can't find another good sections and I waited till April's folls day was gone. Here's a powerful but dangerous win tool that could be useful to inspect raw datas: http://rweverything.com/
  12. Here's a powerful but dangerous win tool that could be useful to inspect raw datas: http://rweverything.com/
  13. I got an Asus Laptop. I found this on an italian linux forum: Because Hybrid VGA driver is only available for Windows 7/Vista, [/size] it should select Others to activate external VGA to get better performance at other operation system[/size] I discover some interesting hidden options with amibcp 4.35 that could work In Advanced change: (0897) Boot VGA Controller Selection For from Windows7/Vista to Others In Chipset/Graphic Configuration change: (04B6) Primary Display from SG to PEG (03BA) Internal Graphics disabled So I follow some parts of this guide for another model of Asus laptop here: http://forum.notebookreview.com/asus/707826-asus-zenbook-bios-firmware-modding-thread.html I finally managed to unlock some BIOS options. http://i.imgur.com/3TBTgyc.jpg BUT using "Others" option is just disabling HD4000 and enabling 650M only working with hdmi port video out, no lcd output. Another kind user of this forum was telling me that there's no physical connection from 650m to lcd but just through hd4000. So if anyone can explain how to unhide the "Chipset/Graphic" section I will try if just a bios edit will drive me to another step. Meanwhile, digging in early linux efforts to use Optimus on linux I found this page: https://github.com/awilliam/asus-switcheroo/ It's about 100 lines of code. Maybe someone could create a module for Chameleon or Clover? One last thing from Wikipedia: Operation without a device driver[edit] When no software mechanism exists for switching between graphics adapters, the system cannot use the NVIDIA GPU at all, even if an installed graphics driver would support it.[8] Some older computers contain a BIOS setting to manually select the state of the hardware multiplexer to switch output between the two video devices. ***However, this setting is no longer part of the Optimus platform.*** So the famous "mux" chip is no longer present or supported? I posted here because I can't post in developer sections and I waited till April's folls day was gone.
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