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  1. bogdan_adnan

    ATI Radeon HD 3200 Drivers

    Well, I usually refrain myself from posting if I don't have a useful reason for the hackintosh community to do so ... but here ... it's a long time since I saw so much stupidity in a single place. I thought the reason for this forum is to help each other in getting a fully working version of Mac OSX on our computers ... but I see that for you it became a place for emitting completely wrong facts and insulting each other. Like in a previous post where with great emphasize someone said that having glxgears and .sh extensions implies that "Mac OS X has 80 % for linux/unix and 20 % for BSD Version" ?! - ignorance is not an excuse for stupidity, read before posting. Or the persistence of some of you who insists that having a driver for ati mobility cards is impossible? ... Well, guess what ... it is not impossible. Actually a couple of ati mobility cards (the ones from 1xxx series) are already working with QE and CI, thanks to someone who was not so closed minded as you are: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=190586 Read that post (is quite huge) and instead of writing garbage try to learn and to be useful for those who are reading your posts. Because of garbage posts like yours is so difficult to find relevant information on the forums these days. By the way, the driver from that post is a working framebuffer for HD3200, but unfortunately is incompatible with ATIRadeonX2000.kext which is required for enabling QE and CI ... so, using that you can get native resolutions but no QE/CI, until someone who knows what he's doing can write another framebuffer or fix that one. And the fact that someone already did a similar job proves that this is by no means impossible.
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    OS X on HP TouchSmart tx2?

    Sorry for the late reply but I am not visiting the forum very often. If you did a backup before, try starting in single user mode (-s) and using an external keyboard replace it with the old one. If you can't get it working like that boot it up from DVD and from the tools menu open terminal and replace it from there. It is quite strange it doesn't work, it works very well on mine, with scroll enabled. Is true that it usually gives KP at first boot and it starts only from the second, but i'd rather put this on AMD processor. Is it possible you have a version of ACPIPS2Nub.kext on the computer? The last version of VoodooPS2 is incompatible with ACPIPS2Nub kext, so you must delete the last one. You should find it as a plugin in AppleACPIPlatform.kext if you have it on your computer and deleting that from terminal in single user mode or from boot DVD should fix the problem.
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    OS X on HP TouchSmart tx2?

    Hello again. Well, at least one point in your list is actually working. The VoodooPS2 is able to activate scroll on the trackpad (it should support double finger scroll and some other features, but it doesn't seem to work on this hardware ... it is possible that those could be fixed but simple scroll is enough for me ). About the other features, and especially the sleep problem i think it is much more complex given the fact that ACPI support is built deep inside Mac OSX and unfortunately is not open source either (i'm referring to AppleACPIPlatform.kext).
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    Installing Hackintosh on HP Touchsmart tx2-1020us

    For touchscreen calibration issue take a look on this post: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1311545
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    OS X on HP TouchSmart tx2?

    After a little bit of work fixing headers and other bugs I managed to recompile IOHIDFamily kext and to fix the code for the tablet pc calibration. I also added some code to disable the passive digitizer while the active digitizer is used (discrimination between touch and pen). The touch is working perfectly, but sometimes I have problems with the pen and I need to reboot a couple of times until it works (seems HID inputs aren't handled the same at each boot for the active digitizer). But this may be a problem with the firmware from my laptop. To install you will have to replace IOHIDFamily.kext with the modified one from the attachment. Don't forget to make a backup copy . It's the version from http://www.opensource.apple.com site for Mac OS X 10.5.5. IOHIDFamily.kext.zip
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    OS X on HP TouchSmart tx2?

    Hello to everyone! I am also the owner of a tx2 laptop. A very good news for all: the latest RadeonHD driver from this post http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=190586 offers widescreen resolution (1280x800) for our laptops. Unfortunately QE/CI isn't enabled. Thank you very much Dong for your eforts and I hope that in time we will also get QE/CI I've successfully installed Leopard from iDeneb 1.3 and Snow Leopard (with qoopz AMD patched kernel) on it. The best result I got until now is with iDeneb 1.3 ... Snow Leopard is very sluggish. So: - working: audio, ethernet, wireless, widescreen resolution, touchscreen works (partial) - not working: QE/CI, touchscreen calibration (touchscreen is still off with a couple of centimeters even with 1280x800 resolution and the difference is more obvious as you get to the margins of the screen) The touchscreen should be easy to fix and I'll try to do that if I manage to recompile IOHIDFamily kext from the apple open source site (unfortunately there are a lot of headers missing).
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    Installing Hackintosh on HP Touchsmart tx2-1020us

    Hello to everyone! I am also the owner of a tx2 laptop. A very good news for all: the latest RadeonHD driver from this post http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=190586 offers widescreen resolution (1280x800) for our laptops. Unfortunately QE/CI isn't enabled. Thank you very much Dong for your eforts and I hope that in time we will also get QE/CI I've successfully installed Leopard from iDeneb 1.3 and Snow Leopard (with qoopz AMD patched kernel) on it. The best result I got until now is with iDeneb 1.3 ... Snow Leopard is very sluggish. So: - working: audio, ethernet, wireless, widescreen resolution, touchscreen works (partial) - not working: QE/CI, touchscreen calibration (touchscreen is still off with a couple of centimeters even with 1280x800 resolution and the difference is more obvious as you get to the margins of the screen) The touchscreen should be easy to fix and I'll try to do that if I manage to recompile IOHIDFamily kext from the apple open source site (unfortunately there are a lot of headers missing).
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