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  1. No boot except in safe mode

    What exactly happens without -x and -f?
  2. Running like a charm. I went the vanilla method, created the bootable USB by hand using just FakeSMC.kext and my ML dsdt (attached). Sleep, Speedstep, Sata all working out of the box. ATI 6770 (flashed to 5770) working ootb, too. Installed HDAEnabler1.kext and a patched 10.8.3 AppleHDA.kext for ALC889 sound and lnx2mac's Realtek driver for ethernet support. GraphicsEnabler needs to be disabled! Full QE/CI though So far, it runs almost as good as Mountain Lion - I have the feeling that _sometimes_ graphics lag for a milisecond or so - but it's absolutely bareable!
  3. HDMI on 5770/6770 dead after sleep

    Hi! I am running a 3-port (DVI, HDMI, VGA) ATi 6770 card which is flashed to a 5770 in order to run on Lion. Two displays are connected to the DVI and the HDMI port. All is working great up to the point where I put the machine to sleep. After waking up there is no signal coming out of the HDMI port. System Information still shows the monitor and there still are windows on that desktop but the display stays dead. What I tried already is setting the AtiPorts key to 3 in boot.plist. Edit: Even after unplugging (gets detected, only one display attached) and replugging (gets detected again) the output on the port is just black Any help/ideas/tips are greatly appreciated. If you need any files (dsdt etc) just say so. The machine is a Gigabyte g41mt-d3v mainboard, core2duo processor and a 1Gb ATi 6770(5770) graphics card. Thanks!
  4. GA-G41MT-D3V

    Incredible, thanks for the lan driver tip, that did the trick. My machine is waking up now, though there is one last issue: I have one display connected via DVI and one via HDMI. The DVI display wakes up while the HDMI one is staying dark. In System preferences etc I can see that the Display still is connected, windows are on it and I can move my mouse over the workspace but the display is dead. Is this a known problem for ATI 5770 cards?
  5. GA-G41MT-D3V

    Bios version F2 and lnx2mac's RTL81xxx driver that came bundled with ######, not sure which version that is. Trying the newest 0.90 beta now and will report back! Btw what is the preferred way to enable audio with this DSDT?
  6. GA-G41MT-D3V

    Sorry for reviving such an old thread but I have the same board and experience wake up problems. I use the DSDT Mald0n posted in this thread but my machine fails to wake up from sleep :/ Any hints?
  7. Snow Leopard on Gigabyte Mobos

    After a bit more research I found out that the error is known and can be worked around with pressing a random key on the keyboard after pressing the power button I can live with that
  8. Oi! Well I finally managed to get this bit aged board to cooperate fully with Lion (should work with Snow Leopard, too, but you might need other kernel extensions). I don't know how much of this applies to other P35-Series Gigabyte mainboards, but apart from the Audio Codec they should be more or less the same. So here is what works: -> Native SATA, all drives appear as internal etc (DSDT fix) -> JMicron IDE controller (kernel extension) -> USB ports appear as built-in (DSDT fix) -> Correct CPU & RAM info -> ALC662 sound via patched AppleHDA and DSDT fix -> Shutdown & Reboot via DSDT fix The only thing that is a bit of a hassle but STILL WORKS: -> Sleep. In order to wake the machine up properly, you will have to press any key on the keyboard after you have pressed the power button. If you don't, the machine will sleep again after ~5 seconds. This is a known issue on a lot of Gigabyte mainboards and is discussed http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...261663&st=0 here. All you need for it are a couple of kernel extensions and the correct dsdt file. Download the pack linked at the end of this post and put the following extensions into /Extra/Extensions/: envy:Extensions mathis$ ls -l total 0 drwxr-xr-x@ 3 root wheel 102 Aug 27 00:31 AppleRTCpatched.kext drwxr-xr-x@ 3 root wheel 102 Aug 26 13:11 FakeSMC.kext drwxr-xr-x@ 3 root wheel 102 Aug 27 13:41 JMicron36xATA.kext drwxr-xr-x@ 3 root wheel 102 Aug 27 13:08 LegacyALC662.kext drwxr-xr-x@ 3 root wheel 102 Aug 27 00:31 RealtekRTL81xx.kext Sadly, we have to put AppleHDA.kext into /System/Library/Extensions/ because of a couple of dependency errors. So be sure to make a backup of this file and replace it after every update that might overwrite it! Copy the dsdt.aml to /Extra/ and do the correct chmods and chowns: chown -R root:wheel /Extra/Extensions/* chown -R root:wheel /System/Library/Extensions/* I have also included a modified BIOS update. It is version F3a, a bit older beta BIOS. This is the only one that lets you overclock your CPU. Plus I modified the BIOS POST splash screen to display a nice Apple logo This BIOS is not necessary but nice to have, especially if you plan to over clock. It is super stable though. Also included are my org.chameleon.Boot.plist and smbios.plist. You can use these but don't have to. Well, you will find all the files you need here: http://db.tt/K2lCqSx I hope I helped some of you with this. If I did, just leave a note
  9. I can confirm this issue on my Gigabyte GA-P35-S3G. Waking up without HID interaction won't work, if I click the mouse or bang on the keyboard like a monkey my system wakes up again. Aug 27 10:29:56 envy kernel[0]: Wake reason: ? Aug 27 10:29:56 envy kernel[0]: The USB device USB2.0 Hub (Port 6 of Hub at 0xfa000000) may have caused a wake by issuing a remote wakeup (2) Aug 27 10:29:56 envy kernel[0]: The USB device wired keyboard (Port 1 of Hub at 0xfa600000) may have caused a wake by issuing a remote wakeup (3) Aug 27 10:29:56 envy kernel[0]: HID tickle 134 ms Aug 27 10:29:57 envy kernel[0]: 0 0 AppleUSBCDC: start - initDevice failed Without HID interaction I get "Graphics surpressed" and it goes back to sleep
  10. Snow Leopard on Gigabyte Mobos

    I am absolutely stuck here Got a Lion GM install on my Gigabyte P35-S3G mainboard and I am currently trying to get sleep working. My computer goes to sleep just fine but if I try to wake it up the screen stays black. Fans and HDDs spin up for a couple of seconds but the computer just shuts itself off after maybe 5 seconds. DSDTs I tried so far: -> My own DSDT extracted while running with ForceLegacyRTC kext and NullCPUPowerManagement and patched via DSDT Auto Patcher -> http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=192518 latest DSDT from there -> some P35 DSDT I found in this forum for another guy with my mainboard Maybe one out of 20 times the wakeup works, but that's about it. I extracted a full boot to wake kernel log which can be found http://nopaste.info/7937823759.html here. The ugly kext errors just started to appear after I upgraded to Chameleon 2 GM. So far everything else works, except for sound. Attached you find the DSDT I am currently using, based on the P35 DSDT I found plus patched for ALC662 (which does not work). If you need anything else that might help, just ask! Original, unmodified DSDT: http://db.tt/0ddKtzd Current, patched DSDT: http://db.tt/g52AdBR Big big thanks in advance EDIT: The only custom kernel extensions I am currently using are FakeSMC.kext and RealtekRTL81xx.kext but I tried it without the Realtek kext, same story.
  11. Hell yeah, let us know whether we can be of any help!
  12. Network and Leopard

    I do have the same problem with every IONetworkingFamily I tried. 10.4.10, leopard stock and ToH. I even have the problem with 3 different Network cards, RTL8139, 3com309 and ViaRhineIII.
  13. 10.4.8 Blank Screen

    Okay, this thing indeed seems to be *really* corrupted. I now replaced every kext with the working ones from the installation dvd's mkext, but it is still not loading. So, I'll now download the reseed.
  14. 10.4.8 Blank Screen

    Right, I got the bad iso. Is there any way to convert an installation done by the bad iso into a working? what exactly was bad on the old iso? I also have the AMD version of the ISO, but it keeps on kernel panic'ing when it's trying to init launchd, so I think it's quite AMD specific
  15. 10.4.8 Blank Screen

    I have *way* less options to chose, just 2 kernels, via.ata, intel gma and soundblaster fixes. But it's definitely 10.4.8, cause it also says JaS OS 10.4.8 May this be the corrupted ISO? Cause I also have to prepare my partition with an older Install DVD to make it bootable
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