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  1. Hi all, I've managed to install 10.6 retail, but audio, LAN and trackpad are not (yet) working. I know this question has been asked before, but does anyone know how to compile a dsdt.aml on this machine, because in both leopard and snow leopard I'm getting the same error: Error 4095 - ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting PARSEOP_DEFINITIONBLOCK I'm not that familiar with DSDT patching, so I have no idea what this error means. I guess it's just a { or / missing somewhere? Has anyone here succesfully compiled a dsdt.aml for the 8530w, or does anyone know how to fix this error? Thanks a lot! @ nightalon, I'm looking forward to whatever your findings are (A) @ MaxGQC: Did you verify your download, because your files could be just damaged...
  2. Slow USB transfers

    I have exactly the same problem... Systemprofiler shows the following: USB-hogesnelheidsbus: Location hostcontroller: Expension slot Besturingsbestand hostcontroller: AppleUSBEHCI PCI-apparaatcode: 0x293a PCI-revisiecode: 0x0002 PCI-fabrikantcode: 0x8086 Busnummer: 0xfd USB Storage: Versie: 96.02 Busvoeding (mA): 500 Snelheid: Maximaal 480 Mb/sec Productcode: 0x070e Serienummer: 000000009602 Fabrikantcode: 0x05e3 Sorry, im Dutch, so all info is in Dutch too xD. But everything is like it should be.. I guess it has something to do with incompatible AppleUSBEHCI, maybe i'll try using some older versions of it. Running 10.5.4 now, nothing modified except audio & PS2 driver.
  3. USB drive problems.

    Had the same thing; fixed it with this "tut": http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=120841; the last post gives you the necessary links Good luck!
  4. GA-DS3R Wake up from Sleep

    Ok, didn't know that - thanks for the info. And about the time -> my power supply seems to be the problem
  5. edit: Found the solution here: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=120841
  6. GA-DS3R Wake up from Sleep

    Are you sure it's supposed to work with your keyboard? Don't know if real Macs can do that.. One question; how fast is your wake from sleep? I have the same mobo, but it's like 10 seconds before it's woken. It should be instant, so i'm wondering if it's the motherboard or power supply. Thanks!
  7. Then I've no idea what to do, sorry ... Santif; I've selected the StageXNU kernel, no custom chipset drivers - but the Intel ICH and PIIX Controller package in the "Device Identification" section. Don't know if that last package does anything, but it didn't work without that one. {censored}; Then it looks like it's something else , though I have no idea what it could be.
  8. There has been a fix for this a long time ago...
  9. @ The Epic One: Make sure your DVD-drive is set as Master, not slave. Also check your jumper(s) (don't know if you're using multiple dvd/cd drives?) on your drives. Hope this helps.. Another question for the rest; I've installed this great release on my Acer Travelmate 430, and finally got it to work properly. I've only got one problem, USB devices are not recognized, only when they're inserted before booting. I've tried both IOUSBFamily.kext, but no luck with that. I know it could be kernel-related, but both StageXNU and 9.2.0 Sleep do not solve the problem. Anyone knows how to fix this? --------------- Acer Travelmate 430, Intel P4 3.0 Ghz - only SSE2! Intel ICH4
  10. Ok, first of all, I assume you've installed the correct kernel etc! If not, I can't help you from here. Most likely, you'll get a "still waiting for root device" error after a while. I had the same thing, but "fixed" it for now. 1. Boot up the cd, and start up terminal. Don't install anything!! 2. Type "diskutil list" (without the quotes) Ouput will be something like this: Mac:~ User$ diskutil list /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *698.6 Gi disk0 1: EFI 200.0 Mi disk0s1 2: Apple_HFS Time Machine 500.0 Gi disk0s2 3: Apple_HFS Video 198.2 Gi disk0s3 /dev/disk1 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *698.6 Gi disk1 1: EFI 200.0 Mi disk1s1 2: Apple_HFS Leopard 300.0 Gi disk1s2 3: Apple_HFS Data 100.0 Gi disk1s3 4: Apple_HFS Imaging 200.0 Gi disk1s4 5: Apple_HFS Audio 97.9 Gi disk1s5 As you can see, my Leopard partition is /dev/disk1s2. Now reboot, and again boot the cd, but press F8 before it starts. Type "rd=diskXsY" (replace X and Y with your real part. numbers, like my 1 and 2 before. Now it should boot your Leopard installation. I still can't boot from HDD, only from CD like this, though I've set my partition as active etc. Anyone knows what to do next?
  11. Realtek 8168/8111 solution

    Think that's the best solution
  12. Realtek 8168/8111 solution

    I have exactly the same problem, internet works out of the box, same with the "real" drivers. But there's no support for Bonjour, but they're faster . So installed R1000, everything working properly, except for the damn wake from sleep.. Does anyone know how to script DHCP renewal after wake from sleep?
  13. I really like the evolution concept, that just looks really clean and pro. Though the new design just sucks in my (humble :censored2:) opinion. Way too "flashy", looks just cheap and totally unprofessional... Hope there will be a new design before this one's released (A)
  14. Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R Bios?

    Ok, then i'm running F10
  15. I'm having exactly the same problem. Most of the times it's my keyboard that's down.. It seems to be related to either AppleACPIPlatform.kext or AppleAPIC.kext. Fortunately it's not that bad, but i'd like to see it fixed. Anyone?
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