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  1. Clover General discussion

    What do you mean by "legacy clover"? I don't actually have a UEFI system. I'm booting clover via BIOS (so I guess via DUET or whatever). Pretty sure it's v2k_r2774.
  2. Clover General discussion

    So, there's no way for me to use my Razer mouse in Clover? Is there a way to fix it so that I don't need to unplug/re-plug it to get it to work in the OSs?
  3. Clover General discussion

    Still weird that Clover would "shut off" my mouse and stop it from working in the OS.
  4. Clover General discussion

    I am having a strange problem with Clover on my system. It's an Intel P35-based motherboard, so that means it uses a BIOS and not UEFI. The problem is that when I boot Clover (chainloaded from GRUB 2), the USB... "resets'. I don't know how else to describe it. I have a Saitek Cyborg keyboard and a Razer Lachesis mouse; they both have lights on them. When Clover boots up, the lights on the keyboard start flickering (in my mind, the USB is "resetting"). Once it's loaded, the light on the mouse is off, and it doesn't work. If I plug in another mouse, that works, but my Razer does not (even if I unplug it and plug it back in). The keyboard correctly lights up and works fine. When I boot up an OS, the Razer mouse still doesn't work (this time, unplugging and replugging does make it work). It's almost as if Clover is somehow "turning off" my mouse. So, why doesn't my Razer mouse work in Clover? And why doesn't it work when Clover boots up the OS (unless I unplug it and re-plug it)?
  5. Clover "resets" USB and doesn't load mouse

    Sadly, turning off USB injection had no noticeable effect. I can't use my mouse in Clover, nor once it boots OS X. It's almost as if Clover "turns off" my mouse.
  6. Clover "resets" USB and doesn't load mouse

    I've read that turning off USB Injection might fix this, but I have not yet tried that. Would turning off USB Injection break anything?
  7. I have Clover installed on my BIOS (non-UEFI) computer. It loads correctly (via DUET or whatever), but when it does, the USB seems to "reset". I have a Saitek Cyborg keyboard and a Razer Lachesis mouse; they both have lights on them. When Clover boots up, the lights on the keyboard start flickering (in my mind, the USB is "resetting"). Once it's loaded, the light on the mouse is off, and it doesn't work. If I plug in another mouse, that works, but my Razer does not. Even if I unplug it and plug it back in. The keyboard correctly lights up and works fine. When I boot up an OS, the Razer mouse still doesn't work, but in the OS, unplugging and replugging does make it work. So, why doesn't my Razer mouse work in Clover, and why doesn't work when clover boots up the OS (unless I unplug it and re-plug it)?
  8. Mavericks Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio

    I love you toleda! :-D I finally got everything working on 10.9.1. My 888_v100001 (ALC888s) works like a champ. I followed your ALC888 guide (patched my DSDT with HDEF and layout-id=1), and patched AppleHDA (with the "alternate Platforms.xml.zlib"). I also downloaded Legacy_ALCxxx from http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=87789 and copied ALC888.kext into /Extra/Extensions. My sound works :-D
  9. Trouble with ALC 888S on 10.9.1

    I got it working. I followed the ALC888 guide from http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/293001-mavericks-realtek-alc-applehda-audio/ (using the alternate 888.zip). I also installed the Legacy_ALCxxx kext (ALC888) from http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=87789 Now it works
  10. I'm having a lot of trouble getting my sound card to work on 10.9.1. I have an ALC 888s (888_v100001). Following this guide, I was not able to get it working. After some Googling, I found Legacy_ALCxxx, that seemed to fix my problem. Then I decided to update to 10.9.1 and my sound stopped working. I can't seem to get it working again. I'm unsure of which patch(es) I used on my AppleHDA and whether or not I needed a platform.xml file. Can anyone help me out? I can give you more info if you need.
  11. Mavericks Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio

    I started off trying the instructions from this post, so I added an HDEF to my DSDT. Maybe you need to do that? I used to use VoodooHDA for my sound, that might work for you. I don't really know much about this, I just found something that worked, then stopped touching it
  12. Mavericks Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio

    I got everything working using the Legacy_ALCxxx.zip from this post! :-D
  13. Mavericks Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio

    Thanks a lot for replying. I was afraid that my sound chipset was too old and unsupported. VoodooHDA likes it, but it makes a lot of static and doesn't work too well. I remember in Snow Leopard I had a (x64) AppleHDA kext that worked for me. Maybe I can still find it in my archives. Do you think it's possible to get my sound working *without* patching AppleHDA? I haven't used HDAEnabler in such a long time, that I'm not really sure of the procedure.
  14. Mavericks Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio

    I have no sound at all. Mavericks doesn't detect a sound card: "No output devices found". 1. OS X 10.9 / Shuttle SP35P2V2 (Intel P35) / BIOS Version SP35U20J / Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 / ATI HD5770 (XFX) 2. Patched DSDT with HDEF using ([Guide] Add or Edit HDEF-dsdt.pdf): Set Audio_ID 1 Tried to patch AppleHDA (the one from the Mavericks install) using https://github.com/toleda/audio_ALC888 (ALC888_v100202 Legacy) 3. DSDT.aml inside zip 4. IOReg inside zip 5. Console log inside zip 6. Audio screenshot inside zip Graphics screenshot inside zip For good measure, my DCPIManager screenshot is also inside the zip. I really appreciate your work and I hope you can help me. I used to use VoodooHDA, but all I heard was static, so I was hoping I can get this to work. Is my P35 motherboard just too old? I should have ALC888(s?), so it should work, yes? If not, where can I get the "alternate Platforms.xml.zlib"? Here's the zip with all my files in it: SP35P2v2.zip
  15. Speedstep on HP Mini 1000

    I have Snow Leopard (10.6.5) installed on my HP Mini 1035nr (thanks to meklort's NetbookInstaller). Since it has an Intel Atom N270, I'm having trouble loading AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext. I'm pretty sure my DSDT is correct, as I made it using DSDT Patcher. If I try to boot without NullCPUPowerManagement, it kernel panics saying 'No HPETs found'. Has anyone gotten HPET/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement working on an HP Mini 1000? I can sleep correctly using SleepEnabler, but I kinda want speedstepping enabled. Do I need AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement (or VoodooPower) for speedstepping, or does NBI do it automatically? Thanks.
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