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About neodoughnut

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  1. SL on SAMSUNG N510 ION Netbook

    I'm glad that you could benefit from it. How did you get the Video to work? Whatever I do I get a black screen. Can you tell me what you did step by step and are u using Leopard or Snow Leopard? Thanks
  2. SL on SAMSUNG N510 ION Netbook

    LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! After a few hours of research, I have created a custom DSDT for our N510s which has SATA/AHCI Support! Please place in root of drive (/) I will post more details in the hours to come. dsdt.aml.zip
  3. SL on SAMSUNG N510 ION Netbook

    To all. I have now received my retails images for Leopard 10.5.6 and Snow Leopard 10.6.0. I have managed to install from a USB stick 10.5.6 with boot-132 on to a external hard drive as that is all the installer sees for the time being, but I only need the Intel CPU PM Disabler kext and didnt have any kernels panics like in 10.5.4 with the vanilla kernel. After having installed 10.5.6, I have installed the VoodooPS2.kext, which works fine, and the LAN and bluetooth work out of the box. I also have a custom-fitted Broadcom 4321 b/g/n card which is recognised natively. I am also in the process of testing out VoodooHDA to see if the sound works. However, I have tried to use the NVEnabler as mentioned in the HP Mini 311 thread and only arrive at a black screen when booting. I am currently studying different options in regards to creating a custom DSDT. I think the answer will either lie in emulating/faking a SATA controller with AHCI or possibly just using the IDE mode which the controller is in now. However, I am no expert in creating DSDT (yet ), and any information on any of the subjects mentioned above would be greatly appreciated. EDIT: I have now installed VoodooHDA, and whilst it works correctly and detects all the ports, etc., it does have distinct crackling in the background when any audio is played. Another thing to work on?
  4. SL on SAMSUNG N510 ION Netbook

    @Comatron & Methanoid After having trying to install many versions of Leopard including 10.5.0 Vanilla and 10.5.4 Vanilla, I can confirm that the installer cannot see the internal drives for the reasons mentioned above. I think the next step would be to create a custom DSDT where the AHCI would be enabled and the IDE mode become SATA. I'm currently in the process of obtaining a retail image of 10.5.6, where I think support for the MCP79 began, as with 10.5.4 and 10.5.0 I have to use the Voodoo Kernel to boot at the moment. Once I have 10.5.6, I will try to create a custom DSDT, unless someone has any other ideas or more experience in this department?