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  1. ok. my dell inspiron6400 works ok on 10.6.6 my card is ati x1400 :x7145 x1002
  2. polarbear2003

    AppleHDA Solution - Work in progress

    i found my "9200.txt" only make AppleHDA Patcher 1.08 normal work, but after i reboot ,no sound. AppleHDA Patcher 1.10 or 1.11 dont work. my book is Dell E1505 /T5500 1G ram /Ati x1400 256m/120G HD/9200 sound IC
  3. polarbear2003

    AppleHDA Solution - Work in progress

    Excuse me, i have other quesion. u said: "Drag and drop a linux codec dump into AppleHDA Patcher," I dont understand, is the Linux codec dump a text file? I got it ,and named "9200.txt". I copy the "AppleHDA Patcher 1.10" and "9200.txt" on Desktop at MAC Jas 10.4.8. then I Drag and drop file "9200.txt" on the AppleHDA Patcher's icon. then AppleHDA Patcher run, it need root password. After i type the root password, Nothing was happened. then AppleHDA Patcher's window has not any character, It only have a button is "quit", then what shell i do? Need u help!
  4. polarbear2003

    AppleHDA Solution - Work in progress

    thanks Ezhoon, I got it. at post#157 ,command is: do in a terminal: CODE cd /proc/asound ls -l (and look for something like codec#0) cat codec#0 > /tmp/alc.txt my Linux is Slax. it codec#0 at /proc/asound/card0/ So i got dump, the DELL E1505 / 6400 's 9200. 9200.txt
  5. polarbear2003

    AppleHDA Solution - Work in progress

    I got DELL E1505, and I have a LINUX LIVE CD. it can boot in LINUX. But how can i find the linux codec dump file? If need a command ? What is command? i thingk if i have linux codec dump file, i well post the file, and all DELL E1505/6400 user dont need boot in LINUX. thank u
  6. I have both cores T5500 working on my set up (m945 pent d) jas 10.4.8 work but it has delay.
  7. Yes ,you can set /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/Com.Apple.boot.plist, add a item : "Graphics Mode" string: 1024x768x32@100 @100 is 100Hz before add it ensure your monitor can display at 100Hz