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  1. Intel (0x8086) Kext Help

    Would I add this into the DSDT.aml?
  2. Hi, I ended up extracting my own dsdt.aml from linux, and then using a similar iasl compiler to patch it for osx. When I converted my dsdt.aml to dsdt.dsl, however, there was no Scope (_SI) in the entire .dsl file. Does that mean it won't be compatible with my motherboard? Model Name: Mac Pro Model Identifier: MacPro3,1 Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor Speed: 2.19 GHz Number Of Processors: 1 Total Number Of Cores: 2 L2 Cache: 2 MB Memory: 2 GB Bus Speed: 800 MHz Boot ROM Version: ######.tonymacx86.com SMC Version (system): 1.30f3 Serial Number (system): G88451235J4 Hardware UUID: AB627427-C53C-5CB6-B155-876B89EFAFAB Chipset Model: Unknown Type: GPU Bus: Built-In VRAM (Total): 64 MB of Shared System Memory Vendor: Intel (0x8086) Device ID: 0x29c2 Revision ID: 0x0002 Kernel Extension Info: No Kext Loaded Displays: Display: Resolution: 1024 x 768 Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888) Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes dsdt aml and dsl file.zip
  3. Intel (0x8086) Kext Help

    I have a Dell XPS One A2010 20" All-In-One computer of which I installed Snow Leopard onto. Everything ran relatively smoothly, except that there is apparently no kext file for the integrated gpu, and the only allowed resolution is 1024x768, even though the native resolution is 1680x1050. I don't have any options of a different screen or gpu, because as an AIO, it's not modable in this sense, and there are no video outputs for an alternative screen. In the "About This Mac" thing under graphics, I get this: Unknown: Chipset Model: Unknown Type: GPU Bus: Built-In VRAM (Total): 64 MB of Shared System Memory Vendor: Intel (0x8086) Device ID: 0x29c2 Revision ID: 0x0002 Kernel Extension Info: No Kext Loaded Displays: Display: Resolution: 1024 x 768 Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888) Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes I have tried chameleon booting with resolution setting as my native, but it didn't work, so I've been using ######, which doesn't have that option. Also, as I understand it, that would not do much to improve my display, since it wouldn't really be a fix to the fact my computer isn't correctly using the gpu. Help would be greatly appreciated, I've been searching far and wide for a kext or similar enough solution with no avail so far! Thanks!
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