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sylwesterr

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About sylwesterr

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  1. HP Elitebook 8440p

    I have 8440p with NVidia GPU working in native resolution, also with external displays working (connected via DisplayPort). I have it also working in docking station, however during plugin/plug-out of docking station the notebook reboots. I have working sound (removed AppleHDA and installed VoodooLoader that starts after login), I have webcam working (with FaceTime works fine), BT also working like a dream. Cardreader working fine. The only things not working properly are PowerManagement and Intel Wifi, but I have purchased TP-Link TP-WN725N and configured it (please look for description on this forum) and I have WiFi working now. And that all on Mountain Lion 10.8.3
  2. Introduce yourself.

    Hi all, my name is Sylwester and recently I have installed ML 10.8.3 on my HP EliteBook 8440p with Nvidia GPU. My first attempts to install SL and ML 10.8.1 failed completly and was a little dissapointed, but then I got installation with vanilla 10.8.3 and since then I am positively surprised - the GPU started out of box without need for any configuration, in native 1440x900 resolution on my display. I have struggled a little with sound (and still every other time after login when sound drivers start the system hangs), and I just have configured wifi TP-Link card with help from this forum So, the only thing I am still missing is APM working, to be able to put computer into sleep and successfully wake it up... Keep your fingers crossed for me
  3. Realtek Wireless Network Utility crashing.

    I have TP-Link TL-WN725N based on Realtek RTL8188CUS and running it on Mountain Lion 10.8.3. The original driver from Realtek, designated for that chipses and for ML has the same problem - Wireless Network Utility crashes every time you want to start it. The above solution with older package for Lion solves the problem perfectly.
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