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  1. Problem persists with my HD 7850 on Sierra.
  2. beagio

    z77-ds3h 6 screen sierra running great

    Hey, does sleep work for you? My system won't wake up after sleep even on a clean install of Sierra on a spare drive. EDIT- Turns out it's my Radeon 7850. Apparently it's a known problem since El Capitan and the only solution is to blind boot with the iGPU set to primary.
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    Sony Vaio VPCEA46FG

    Alright guys, are you using a kext along with "usbbusfix=yes" to get USB working? I can boot iAtkos S2 and the retail disc usinf [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url], but my USB HD isn't showing up. I know getting OS X on a Sony Vaio is a pain in the arse, so I'd much rather mess around with it on an external drive first
  4. i've just had a similar problem, but when i booted with "-v" i did see a error, it was the AppleHDA enabler in my EFI/Extra folder. i removed it and my system booted just fine. should be simple enough to make a new enabler for 10.5.7.
  5. here's how to fix it;1. Turn on your mouse and then go to 'Add Bluetooth Device' under Control Panel. 2. Wait until Windows detects your mouse. 3. Now, do not just go and click ‘connect’ . 4. Use another USB mouse and right click on the Mighty Mouse iconand go to 'properties' -> 'services' Tab. 5. Give Windows some timeto detect the services. Now it will list some HID services. 6. Just check the box and click 'Apply'. This will start installing the driver and magically the wireless Mighty Mouse starts working. 7. Disconnect the USB mouse and you can use the wireless mouse. you may wont to change the scroll setting, as out of the box it's a bit too fast. try changing it to '1'.
  6. boots fine for me installed to the EFI partition of a GUID partitioned disk.
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    New InsanelyMac!?

    @Ed, i'll aim this at you because of your initial reply in this thread and because you strike me as someone who cares. all i'll say is this. i'm a bit concerned that the community wasn't consulted on this. i know it's a privately owned web site, but if it wasn't for the wonderful community of hack-mac users i wouldn't have been an ex-Windows user for the last twelve+ months. as it stands, i really don't feel comfortable using this website any more, and that really saddens me as i was just getting into the "pass on the knowledge" stage. all i ask is that you listen to us mere "members", and hopefully together we can find some common ground. btw, as a brit, if you use the expression "my bad" ever again on this board, i'll hunt you down and castrate you
  8. i can't find the original Apple compatibility page, but unfortunately the adapter will only work with ATI cards and only on port two. it's the only thing that annoyed me when i upgraded my x1950Pro to an Geforce 8800GT.
  9. for those of you who can't wait, you can get a sneak peak at the new features in the next version of Chameleon in part one of a two part post, here; chameleon.osx86.hu/articles/introducing-new-features-added-to-next-version-of-chameleon-part-1 looking good guys
  10. you could always give SteerMouse a try.
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    System Profiler don't work

    i don't think you really know what you're doing, no offence. why not try reading some of the guides in the Genius section so you can fully understand how Mac OS X works on non-Apple hardware. i've lost track of how many times i've installed Leopard when trying new techniques. an external hard drive is a handy thing
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    System Profiler don't work

    having an un-patched AppleSMBIOS shouldn't affect your audio, never has for me, but if you want to correct System Profiler, you need to install the SMBIOS option you chose first time round.
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    System Profiler don't work

    did you originally install using Kalyway 10.5.2? if so, you can put the disc in the drive, and once it's loaded search for the packages that you need to fix your sound etc. just re-install the ones you installed the first time round
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