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About adachis

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  1. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    I get VGA out in 10.6.1. I doubt you'll get it in 10.5.x being that nobody's gotten graphics to work fully in 10.5.x. WiFi works fine in 10.5.x, though. I'm not sure I'm going to have time to do this tonight, but I'll give this a shot as soon as I can and let you know the results. Do you want a screen of System Profiler, or something else?
  2. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    I do not have VoodooPS2 installed but I do have working side-scrolling and tap to click/drag/etc. working. I didn't have to enable anything. It just worked. The trackpad preference pane appeared all by itself (although it shows up under other). I don't want to assume anything, but my guess is that iKeny doesn't have VoodooPS2 working and it just seems that way since the trackpad has these features. But I could very well be wrong. It's just that I've tested different versions of VoodooPS2 and they've all resulted in a disabled trackpad and the functionality that iKeny has sounds identical to what I have without VoodooPS2. (Plus we used pretty much the same install method.)
  3. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    I paid for two-day and mine took ten (yes, after they'd finished assembling it). Consider yourself lucky . I think you'll find the answer to your question in this thread, several times over. In fact, you can even find it on this page.
  4. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    Neat! I'll have to give this a shot when I get back home. Thanks! I'm actually kind of amazed at how fast it runs with just 1GB. I installed an extra 2GB (so I have 3GB now) yesterday and I haven't really noticed much of a difference. I guess I'm not running enough apps for it to matter? But I'm on the same page as Proto...for $35 how can you not upgrade? If it helps in any way, I think it's worth it. I keep all my kexts and tools on an 8GB SDHC card so I always have them handy to use. I've had my SDHC card in the 311 since I started posting here and it's worked great. I removed it last night because it was getting in the way of sleep. My hope is that this new VoodooSDHC kext could help. I really doubt it will, but I like using the SDHC slot so I definitely want to give it a shot.
  5. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    It's not 100% crackle-free, but mostly. Sometimes I hear it if the system error beep noise goes off, but I can't really think of another instance. The "pop" sound you get when adjusting the sound works fine. I haven't made any changes to my DSDT. I'm not really equipped for that . I just used the more recent DSDT that Proto provided. Yeah, I'm a little upset I can't have my SDHC card in at all times because it has all my osx86 stuff on it, but since things are fairly functional right now I'm okay with leaving it out. Sleep is too exciting to be upset about losing the SDHC card . I actually suggested that for this machine, but it didn't seem to work for anyone. It helped me. It didn't get rid of the crackle entirely but it seems to be mostly gone.
  6. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    Sleep's working for me too! Yes! It looks like mine wasn't going to sleep because I had an SDHC card in there. Removing it let the Mini fall asleep just fine. If anyone else is having trouble and they have an SDHC card in, take it out! This is wonderful. Though certainly not perfect, the machine now passes my criteria for being usable. Also, despite the occasional kernel panics at boot I'm having few issues with VoodooHDA/sound. I'm not really getting any static. I don't know why. I did a few days ago but I just booted up World of Goo and not only does it play beautifully, but the sound is fine. I don't get KPs during use, either. I haven't had much extended use, but I've used it for a good three hours on the battery and didn't get any KPs. But I don't think I've done anything differently, so I can't think of anything that would make mine have less static. What apps are you guys using to test sound? Maybe I just haven't tested apps that cause the problem.
  7. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    I think I need to call it a night. I'm trying to find out what dpassmor did to patch his dsdt so sleep would work on the Mini 1000, but I can't find much. It's also really clear to me that I'm going to be reading a lot before I understand this enough to even try anything . I figured since I was using a Mini 1000's dsdt.aml (at least, I'm assuming that's the case) from mymacbookmini it wouldn't be a big deal to actually try dpassmor's dsdt. It didn't work, but I figured I might as well try it and see what happens. What happened I don't understand, actually. It kind of died out when booting (it didn't KP, but just gave up). It gave me a warning about VoodooPowerMini.kext right before, every time. So I booted to my safe install on an external HD (so I can roll back if I screw things up beyond repair and save some time with not having to re-install) and removed VoodooPowerMini.kext. I also used the shoe application to "Update Extensions" to make sure all was well. What's weird is that it still gave up on an error for VoodooPowerMini.kext. But how is that possible if I deleted it and then updated the extensions? Where is it finding a VoodooPowerMini.kext to choke on? I feel like knowing the answer to that question would be a good piece of general knowledge. Obviously something thinks it still exists somewhere and I'm not getting rid of that reference, so it would be great to know how that could happen. Any ideas?
  8. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    I'm using the dsdt that came from mymacbookmini...which now that I think about it seems like a bad idea since it's for the 1000. But I'm nonetheless using it, and it's working, for whatever reason. I am using the smbios that Proto supplied, and as of 10 minutes ago the Boot.plist. I'd been using my own but then realized his was significantly different. It didn't really change anything beyond boot appearances but those were welcome. In the GeneralExtensions folder... - AppleACPIPS2Nub - ApplePS2Controller - ClamshellDisplay - CPUi - fakesmc (v2.0) - IO80211Family (for the Mini 1000, because of my swapped card) - NullCPUPowerManagement - NVEnabler 0.1 - SleepEnabler - SMBIOSResolver - VoodooBattery - VoodooHDA - VoodooPowerMini I'm going to try some more stupid experiments to see if I can learn anything new about sleep. I really want to get sleep working.
  9. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    Works fine for me. No KP.
  10. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    I don't think I'm using them all (but most of them), and I seem to be in the same place as you. I'm having the short sleep problem. I turned on the USBBusFix and that didn't help. Interesting, though, I only get USB1 and USB3 waking. Nothing from USB2... I also get this: FakeSMC: key info not found CLWK, length – 6 This seems common with 2.0 according to comments on the Netkas post, and a few people related it to waking sleep via a USB keyboard. I read in posts (on other sites, found via Google) that the USB wake often related to the keyboard. I don't know if this means anything but I figured it was worth reporting since I kept running into people talking about the keyboard every time I looked for information about what we're seeing in the console.
  11. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    Also, I forgot, I posted a zip of the files so far in case they get removed somewhere. I'll keep updating them as we go (and keep the old ones, too, just in case): http://toasterdog.com/hpmini311
  12. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    Okay, it's attached! Olivia_IOR.ioreg.zip
  13. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    Sorry guys, got distracted with other stuff. Where do I get the DTSE application? I've never done an IOR dump before.
  14. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    Okay, LSPCI says: 03:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11b/g [14e4:4315] (rev01) So that's interesting...wonder what the difference is?
  15. HP Mini 311 - Project Thread (Part I - OLD)

    Your 311 isn't actually sleeping, is it? It's just fake-sleeping? If it is really truly sleeping, you ought to share how you got it to do that .