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  1. Text Fuzziness

    Paste this into a terminal window, log out and then back in. defaults -currentHost write -globalDomain AppleFontSmoothing -int 2
  2. Turns out the problem is having 2 displays. I think Natit doesn't support waking from sleep with 2 displays yet.
  3. I can get my machine to sleep and wake up under 10.5.1 vanilla with EFI, but when it wakes up, I only get one display back, the video is blue, and the mouse, while it recognizes clicks, won't move. I've duplicated the BIOS settings that were posted and I'm running 2403. Any ideas?
  4. Follow the instructions here: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...22&hl=clone
  5. To enable the jmicron SATA contoller, follow the directions here: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...mp;#entry220843 Nicko, you got 5.1 out working on this board? Can you post about how you got this working? I've got one line out working, but the other 2 don't. SPDIF is only 2 channel as well. I'm using Taruga's ALC882 sound fix. Is there another solution that allows for 5.1?
  6. Kaspers, have you tried the new kernel released yesterday? Supposedly there was a problem with the SSE2 code that killed resume, so netkas released a new sse3 only kernal that works with sleep. I finally got ACPICPUThrottler to work, but sleep just restarts my machine. So far I've tried pmset -a hibernatemode 0 and 1, and neither work. I haven't tried 3 5 or 7 yet. Have you tried any different hibernate modes? I assume you're using bios 1901? Let me know if you find a way to get it working.
  7. To answer my own questions for future reference: To Disable EZ -Backup and use raid port one as regular SATA, remove both of the raid jumpers from the logic board, start up, hit the bios and go to Advanced -> DH Feature Page -> EZ Backup RAID Mode Change -> Enable. Once this is done, EZ RAID port one becomes the 4th port on the ICH7 controller. To enable the jmicron SATA contoller, follow the directions here: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...mp;#entry220843 I installed using the Jas 10.4.8 sse2&sse3 intel and amd. My AHCIport.kext already contained the right identifier, but my VIAATA.kext did not. YMMV. Once that's done, you should have 5 active SATA ports on the logic board, and one external eSata. I don't have an eSata cable to test with, but I'm assuming that becuase the internal works, the external should as well. Let me know if not. Now if only we could get the 5.1 multichannel audio going. I had the same issue, and had to re-install. I was using the 1901 bios, and ultimately just chose the base install with intel sse3 ata support and that was it. Once I had done that it was golden. I followed Chris' intructions from there.
  8. I've seen posts that say you can have 4 of the SATA ports working by removing the RAID jumpers from the logic board. Can anyone confirm this? I can get 3 of them working (1, 3, 4) at any one time. If I plug a drive into the orange port 1, it will knock out one of the other drives (usually 1 I think). I've tried it with the jumpers removed, and set at their default locations. Has anyone got this working? If so, can you post what drives are on what ports and your bios settings? Also, does anyone have the Jmicron SATA port working?
  9. I've seen posts that you can have 4 of the SATA ports working by removing the RAID jumpers from the logic board. Can anyone confirm this? I can get 3 of them working (1, 3, 4) at any one time. If I plug a drive into the orange port 1, it will knock out one of the other drives (usually 1 I think). I've tried it with the jumpers removed, and set at their default locations. Has anyone got this working? Also, does anyone have the Jmicron SATA port working?
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