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About Dojomann

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  1. Hi all, I'm using the pce-ac66 card like others in this thread, and was hoping for a more stable experience with 10.9 GM kexts... However, my connection constantly keeps dropping out just like it did with 10.8.5, and I'm unsure of what to do. Here's my terminal report (i did the kext mod that was posted here). Has anyone had success with this card? Is the pce-ac68 any different? Software Versions: CoreWLAN: 4.0 (400.45.1) CoreWLANKit: 3.0 (300.35) Menu Extra: 9.0 (900.34) System Information: 9.0 (900.8) IO80211 Family: 6.0 (600.34) Diagnostics: 3.0 (300.37) AirPort Utility: 6.3.2 (632.3) Interfaces: en0: Card Type: AirPort Extreme (0x14E4, 0x854F) Firmware Version: Broadcom BCM43xx 1.0 ( MAC Address: 60:a4:4c:82:ae:59 Locale: Unknown Country Code: #a Supported PHY Modes: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Supported Channels: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64, 100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140, 144, 149, 153, 157, 161, 165 AirDrop: Supported Status: Off (I turned it off and am using wired ethernet.. it's a long cord and looks horrible in the room)
  2. random question: what would forceHPET do? Also, let's say we wanted to generate C and P states. There's the two separate options, and then theres the newer CST using system io option. Does that replace both of the older bits, or would I need to still have those flags enabled for sysio to work as well? (unrelated, as my DSDT seems to have all of these pre-defined, and I get speedstepping without using chameleon's flags)
  3. okay! I did a whole host of things, so I'm not sure which has totally fixed it.. I re-compiled my DSDT with the latest iasl, and am not using usbbusfix, and that seemed to fix it
  4. GeForce 560Ti. Other kexts cause even more regular amounts of freezing (especially the latest 10.8.2 kexts.. there's a big thread about it on tony mac site for the 550ti) as a general guideline, should I enable p and c state generation? use the cst using sysIO ? USB bus fix? force HPET? what settings could fix this? also, i think I modified my AppleRTC kext. Some places i've seen saydelete the Apple TyMCE driver. Should this make a difference? What does that driver do, anyway? Finally, I have a weird feeling that it might have something to do with the USB drivers. Are there any DSDT fixes? Also here's the log (I left the house earlier in the day, and just now in the evening I had to reboot it)
  5. Hey, I'm having a sleep/wake problem and I'm wondering if anyone else is in the same boat (10.8.2 with DP3 nvidia kexts): Most of the time it works flawlessly (even auto sleep!) but every so often I'm unable to wake the computer using any usb device (or bluetooth keyboard/mouse) and when waking it with the power button, the screen stays black and I have to do a hard reset. Anyone ran into this and fixed it somehow?
  6. Aww, that sucks! I booted with cpus=1 and surely enough, everything works great, no freezing. There are no workarounds for this?
  7. Hey guys I have an atheros based PCI wifi card, and when I modified the kext to make it recognized (DWA-552) the system freezes when any wifi communication is made. It doesn't freeze if I let it sit there not connected to an access point. Attached is my DSDT... I'm using the 2nd PCI port (the lower one) on my Asus p6t deluxe v2. Someone mentioned elsewhere that it may be an IRQ conflict, but I can't find any fix. Anyone have an idea? dsdt.aml.zip
  8. AppleHDA patching in Mountain Lion

    i posted in another thread, but anyways.. does anyone have audio working with ad2000b in 10.8.1? I lost audio when I updated and haven't been able to get it back since. (my motherboard is an asus p6t deluxe v2)
  9. I know this is a bit unrelated, but anyone with a P6T deluxe series board (or any with ad2000b sound) have sound working in 10.8.1 ? could you post your applehda.kext please? Thanks in advance
  10. Hey everyone, I'm running an ASUS P6T Deluxe v2 with an i7 920 and 6 gigs of ram as well, and I used the DSDT provided for the p6r deluxe at the beginning of this thread. All runs well, but what seems like at random, my computer won't come out of sleep, and just black screen. I can tell when it's going to happen, because only the power button will even turn all the fans and power on, when normally I can hit a keyboard key or click the mouse to take the computer successfully out of sleep. Anyone else experience this? Anyone found a fix? Thanks guys!
  11. Autosleep-Script

    nope, doesn't seem to do it... mashing the keyboard to no avail, still goes back to sleep.. I've removed kwsleep since and it's fine, just doesn't go to sleep after a certain amount of time.
  12. Is this a physical GPU issue, or software?

    sweet! glad I could help enjoy your hackintosh!!
  13. Autosleep-Script

    in 10.7.2 if i have kwsleep installed, after resuming from sleep the machine waits up to a minute or so (sometimes instantly) and then puts itself back to sleep... anyone else having this issue?
  14. Fermi Graphics Power Management

    *bump* anyone? I really want this issue fixed, (or shown to be non-existent with some other settings that i'm missing), as I like gaming on mac
  15. Is this a physical GPU issue, or software?

    hmm okay, seems as though you might need to do one more thing here: go into your NVDANV50HAL.kext's info.plist and under IOPCIPrimaryMatch add two more lines 0x10c310de&0xffe0ffff 0x0be310de&0xffe0ffff (these are the two i found for your card) or, in the case that you have a very unique card with a different device id 0x to start then your device id (combination of letters and numbers in hex; 4 characters) then 10de (which is nvidia's vendor id) and then all that other stuff (&0xffe0ffff) get all this stuff from windows using GPU-Z Then turn on the use kernel cache option (I like to do this, once again using chameleon wizard. make sure its pointed to the right boot plist file as well) this makes the boot process ignore the mkext files, making boot a tiny bit slower, but fixing more problems that you can have with those pesky mkext files. make sure graphicsenabler is on, and then give it another shot. also, graphics mode only seems to affect the boot gui (assuming a proper video driver works) and nvidia cards seem to top out with the highest vesa resolution of 1280x1024. Now, depending on your screen aspect ratio: if it's 16:9 or 16:10 try setting it to 1280x800 (also, give 1280x720 a shot for the 16:9 displays. some nvidia cards do have this resolution in their vesa mode listings) good luck. tell me what happens. (also, sorry for being slow on the reply.. school and work are keeping me busy... you know how Timmy's is)