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  1. Broadcom 802.11 wireless adapter

    Finally, I solved this issue. I bought : Brand: Broadcom Model: BCM94322HM8L Device Class: 802.11a/b/g/n Type: half Mini PCI-Express It worked out of the box and recognized as Airport card (Airdrop supported). Thanks everyone for support. Now I have a fully working Lenovo g570 Hackintosh.
  2. working sleep but reboot on wake-up

    Here is mine: pmset -g rtc Error: Read RTC power bytes error = -536870206 RTC bytes unavaiable/invalid: Error 0xe00002bc. raw bytes: 0x00000000 0x00000000 PM Byte = On (0x00) LW Byte = OK (0x00) pmset -g powerstate Driver ID Current State Max State Current State Description IOPMrootDomain 3 3 ON AppleFDEKeyStore 1 1 ON AppleACPIPCI 3 3 ON AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleBacklightDisplay 3 3 USEABLE AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleIntelFramebuffer 2 2 USEABLE AppleIntelMEIDriver 1 1 ON AppleMEClientController 1 1 USEABLE AppleUSBEHCI 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBEHCI 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleHDAController 2 2 USEABLE AppleHDADriver 1 1 USEABLE IOPCI2PCIBridge 3 3 ON IOPCI2PCIBridge 3 3 ON IOPCI2PCIBridge 3 3 ON IOPCI2PCIBridge 3 3 ON AppleUSBEHCI 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBEHCI 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE AppleUSBHub 4 4 USEABLE IOUSBHIDDriver 4 4 USEABLE IOUSBHIDDriver 4 4 USEABLE IOUSBHIDDriver 4 4 USEABLE IOUSBHIDDriver 4 4 USEABLE IOUSBMassStorageClass 1 1 USEABLE AppleLPC 1 1 USEABLE AppleAHCI 2 2 USEABLE IOAHCISerialATAPI 1 1 USEABLE AppleSMBusControllerICH 1 1 USEABLE AppleSmartBatteryManager 1 1 ON AppleRTC 2 2 None AppleSMC 1 1 USEABLE IODisplayWrangler 4 4 USEABLE ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin 1 1 USEABLE
  3. Does Hard drive matter?

    SSDs are faster. hence quick data transfers & high virtual memory performance if you are low on physical memory.
  4. working sleep but reboot on wake-up

    I had the same issue. reboot on wakeup. This simple fix made it work. at least for me. I hope you'll get it working soon. It's all hit and miss. a lot of testing. Maybe your machine is different. Just shared my experience. Let us know what made the fix for you
  5. Please help me with a kernel panic

    backup and delete Intel HD4000 kexts and Appleintelframebuffercapri.kext. i hope it boots normally. good luck
  6. Need Sleep When Idle

    few questions. are you using Nullcpupowermanagement.kext? Have you patched DSDT? and what happens when you go to Apple menu > Sleep.
  7. working sleep but reboot on wake-up

    Change this to Device (RTC) { Name (_HID, EisaId ("PNP0B00")) Name (BUF0, ResourceTemplate () { IO (Decode16, 0x0070, // Range Minimum 0x0070, // Range Maximum 0x01, // Alignment 0x08, // Length ) }) this... Device (RTC) { Name (_HID, EisaId ("PNP0B00")) Name (BUF0, ResourceTemplate () { IO (Decode16, 0x0070, // Range Minimum 0x0070, // Range Maximum 0x01, // Alignment 0x02, // Length ) }) Let us know if you fixed it. good luck
  8. DSDT Patch for sleep / intel speedstep / power management

    Hi, I've got VGA working with patched AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext. good to see it working on my big screen
  9. DSDT Patch for sleep / intel speedstep / power management

    I have already fixed the audio issue and AppleHDA works fine. no more voodoo stuff in kexts now I have only few third-party kexts like fakesmc and sensors. Bro, where can I find more information on dsdt patch for VGA port?
  10. DSDT Patch for sleep / intel speedstep / power management

    Hackbook Pro on Lenovo Laptop Hello carbo178, Is it possible to get rid of voodooHDA?
  11. DSDT Patch for sleep / intel speedstep / power management

    We did it. Now I have a fully working Hackintosh! For sleep, I Patched dsdt device RTC. and it worked Thank to everyone in osx86 community and carbo178 (insanelymac moderator) who helped me personally fixing errors in dsdt and patching. The purpose of this thread is completed. I have fully native power management with intel speedstep. working sleep, now I can get back to work as soon as I open lid on my laptop. One again thanks to everyone. This topic maybe closed now. -attached working dsdt and ssdt for lenovo g570 intel i3 2330M dsdt.aml.zip ssdt.aml.zip
  12. DSDT Patch for sleep / intel speedstep / power management

    wow. thank you so so much. I can boot without Nullcpupm kext. I'm using patched Appleintelcpupm kext with ssdtPRGen generated SSDT file. Now only problem is that my system goes to sleep but restarts when I press any key on the keyboard. It's takes more than a minute to boot. I don't know how sleep works. maybe it's working fine? what do you think? Also, I want to enable my brightness keys (fn + arrow up / down) which isn't working. Sound works (fn + arrow left /right) fine. It's not as important as sleep which is a necessity since I don't want to restart my laptop. Please guide me
  13. DSDT Patch for sleep / intel speedstep / power management

    My BIOS is InsydH20 I don't know if it's compatible with PMPatch?
  14. DSDT Patch for sleep / intel speedstep / power management

    Hello carbo178, thank you so much for helping me. I will search more about the script and PMPatch on google. But I wanted to know why it's important to patch bios?
  15. DSDT Patch for sleep / intel speedstep / power management

    We made some good progress today. Now my system seems to go to sleep. the hdd blinker goes off and power lights keeps blinking. but when I press any key, the system starts as usual boot pattern. I thought it will quickly take me to the login screen preserving all my work. but it restarts the computer and re-opens all the windows that were open before going to sleep. it is how it was supposed to behave? I'm using nullcpupowermanagement.kext because of kernel panics. I'll extract ssdt and try removing this kext.
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