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  1. Patching Cirrus Logic CS4213 (10134213) on Dell Vostro 3360

    I have the same chipset for audio. Mirone got it mostly working for me with AppleHDA+HDAEnabler3. I will upload them here to you and you can try it. Mute does not work. Backup original AppleHDA from /System/Library/Extensions, install these into /Extra/Extensions, rebuild caches and patch DSDT for layout 12 and reboot. I also get the "AppleHDA cannot be found in /S/L/E". Arquivo Comprimido.zip
  2. Leopard 10.5.7 on Dell Latitude d520

    I own the exact same computer, and just to clarify, I'll post the steps I've had to take to get specific things working. -VoodooHDA has never worked for my STAC9200. Sometimes it will, then stop working while still booted. Sometimes it works, but after hibernation, I get static. Sometimes, it kernel panics. So I've chosen to stay away from it and use AppleHDA patcher by Taruga. With a few mods, you can enable speaker mute and mute when headphones are plugged in. -VoodooPS2 has also never worked for my ALPS touchpad PS/2 keyboard combo. If it works for the PS/2 keyboard, the mouse fails to work. If it works for the mouse, the "&" symbol repeats over and over and over. Or, it just kernel panics. So, like the VoodooHDA project, I've stayed away from VoodooPS2 also. I usually just use the stock Apple PS/2 drivers and then add the FFScroll mod to enable two-finger scroll and tap clicking. -Dual core can be enabled with TSCSync.kext. -Intel GMA 950 works with stock kexts, however it will produce artifacts when using heavy applications like Adobe Photoshop, iTunes, FireFox, and a few others. Using modified kexts for Dell integrated display adaptors will force the display to shut off after the login screen. Setting one of the Expose corners as "Sleep Display" will fix this. There are also startupscripts that will do this for you automatically floating around here somewhere. Another fix for the artifacts is to use stock GMA 950 kexts with modified DSDT to force OS X to think its the Dell desktop version of the GMA 950. (Too advanced for me. I deal with the sleep display trick.) I've tried Snow Leopard with minimal success on this machine. When using the Boot 1-3-2 method, I can't force OS X to boot into 32-bit mode, which essentially ruins my GMA 950 as the GMA 950 64-bit kexts are still iffy and just don't work for me. So, running in 64-bit kernel means I get no QE/CI. No thanks. I also run into the problem of not being able to get the TSCSync.kext fix for dual cores to work.
  3. Well, its funny. If I use Chameleon 2RC2, the display sleep trick fails. I never get my display working. However, if I use PC EFI (Doesn't matter which version) the display trick works with no artifacts. So, I'm dealing with the artifacts in 10.5.8 for now. I've given up on Snow Leopard for now. At least until we get GMA950's working at least with display artifacts.
  4. Same here with my Latitude D520. Snow Leopard just doesn't like my 27a2 GMA 950+Core2Duo. If I plug an external monitor, sometimes it works on the external and sometimes it doesn't. I can VNC into the machine and use it just fine that way too, so I know the OS is loading properly. Even in Leopard, my GMA 950+Core2Duo produces artifacts or nothing at all. Even using the "display sleep trick", which doesn't work for me for some reason. Setup a hot corner for display sleep, start the computer, move my touchpad in the direction of the hot corner and get nothing. *Shakes fist at Dell*
  5. Any prepatched DVD Images available?

    SnowOSX v3.5 worked just fine for me. Installed it on a second hard drive for my Dell laptop. (Specs in sig) I don't use it as a primary operating system however. Mainly due to the fact that Snow doesn't like my GMA 950 and I have to boot with one core again. But it does work.
  6. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    Great news guys! I just installed Disabler.kext into /Extra/Extensions and installed VoodooPower.kext. Speedstep works properly now, and I can still hibernate. VoodooPower.kext brought my temps down from 55*C to 45*C, and when running the Dell I8kfanGUI app to control my fan and setting the fan to "High", I'm now seeing temps at 36*C. This now makes OS X run smoother, cooler, and generally better than even Windows XP!
  7. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    Open the Terminal and type "sudo kextstat" (without the quotes) and look for "SleepEnabler.kext" in the output. If it doesnt show up, it wasn't loaded.
  8. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    No, this only applies if Chameleon 2 fails to wake from hibernation claiming that there isn't enough memory space available to resume OS X from hibernation.
  9. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    Using this ini conjunction with Stig_dk's hibernate fix on Chameleon RC2 (r640) (LINK:http://forum.voodooprojects.org/index.php/topic,562.0.html) gives me working hibernation and a nifty preview when resuming from hibernation. No more "WAKE KERNEL!" black screen! God bless the hackintosh community~
  10. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    Works great here without Disabler.kext and with AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext. Great work mate!
  11. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    Thanks Thireus! I properly "chown"ed the kext and sleep works properly! Major kudos to Pista7 and Thireus for this. Can't wait for the kext to be updated to allow for auto loading.
  12. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    Might be a noob question, but I get this error: "System extension cannot be used" "The system extension /Users/bobdamnit/Downloads/SleepEnabler.kext was installed improperly and cannot be used. Please try reinstalling it, or contact the product's vendor for an update." Whats that about? Have I got the permissions wrong?
  13. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    I just got done trying that. I installed VoodooPower which resulted in a kernel panic. I never made it to removing AICPUPM & ICPUPMD.
  14. 10.5.8 deep sleep problem?

    So, I guess I'm screwed. I just updated to 10.5.8 today through Apple Software Update and hibernation is broken. (Originally on iPC 10.5.6) I don't have "Disabler.kext" in /Extra or /S/L/E. I DO have Don't Steal Mac OS X.kext (NOT dsmos.kext) I don't have an EFI partition I have patched my DSDT with HPET Removing AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext results in a kernel panic Removing IntelCPUPMDisabler.kext results in a kernel panic Going back to the kernel from 10.5.7 didn't work I guess I'll just have to wait until someone comes up with a proper fix. (Specs in signature are correct)
  15. OS X Finder problem

    Nobody else has had this issue? *Shameless bump*
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