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About Suixo

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  1. Thank you so much! I have a Gigabyte P35-DS4 and this tutorial was perfect. Everything working nice and smooth! Keep the good work mate! Thank you again!
  2. The Fermi "Freeze" Discussion (Possible solutions?)

    Right.. I must say it isn't easy to get this to work. Scorcho is giving me full support in this but in tonymacx86 forum. I wasn't able to get it with iMac11,1 in SMBios.plist but with MacPro4,1 it worked with the AGPM kext in my previous post. Anyway I'm still testing this fix so its guarantied that is a final or working fix.
  3. The Fermi "Freeze" Discussion (Possible solutions?)

    What do you got on your SMBios.plist? MacPro3,1? If so you need to change it to MacPro4,1 than apply AGPM.kext with KextUtility app (by drag and drop the kext into to the KextUtility app) to ensure that the kext is installed right and permissions fixed. After this you need to get to Console (in Utilities folder), select "All Messages" and filter the text by typing "AGPM". If you can see any log about AGPM you're system is using AGPM.kext. I'm using the AGPM.kext below (credits to scorcho) PS: In this process I removed a kext (AppleTyMCEDriver.kext) to ensure no boot errors because a user said that I might get me KP at boot due to MacPro4,1 incompatibilities. AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext.zip
  4. The Fermi "Freeze" Discussion (Possible solutions?)

    I'm using scorcho solution and we both get free of Fermi Freezes and KP. I'm starting to believe that this is a good and practicable solution (not considering wallsaver app). Never in my previous attempts to fix this famous issue, I got such good results! Its so much stable, errors free and smooth! Seriously try this out! Its amazing! Check the thread below (by scorcho) to learn how to get Fermi Freeze away! http://www.tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=20367
  5. DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Caro MaLd0n, Venho só agradecer pelo maravilhoso trabalho! Continue assim! Abraço from Portugal, Suixo
  6. The Fermi "Freeze" Discussion (Possible solutions?)

    Hi an1r0n, Can you explain how did you generate the EFI string for your GTX460? I'm trying to understand how to use OSx86 Tools to build custom string but I'm not sure if I'm doing it right.. After getting the EFI string, did you add it to 'com.apple.Boot.plist' at the field "device-properties" ? I've done your tutorial with your EFI string in "device-properties" and "arch=i386" and a few minutes (~20min) after the first boot ready for the first test, I got Freeze and KP right after that Freeze. In the first boot after the tutorial, I've repaired permissions and next boot with "ignore caches" option in chameleon. Thanks for the great effort, Suixo
  7. The Fermi "Freeze" Discussion (Possible solutions?)

    I already did that as many other users in tonymacx86 forum, and didnt worked. After a while it freezes or KP. The best shot we have right now is the fix mentioned above (link: http://www.tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=76&t=16179) I'm gonna try it as well when I get a chance.
  8. The Fermi "Freeze" Discussion (Possible solutions?)

    I've installed the new v7 drivers with 10.6.7. But already got a Freeze. It takes about 30~40 min but it happens. I can't understand what changes from one older version to one newer. We need new drivers (perhaps for Lion) with the ultimate fix by Nvidia. Back to wallsaver....
  9. Geforce 460GTX Supported!

    I got the same issue here, I have a MSI GTX460 HAWK and it freezes too. I suspect as well that the freeze is when idle state occurs. The video wallpaper seems to do the trick and its my temporary solution (I use the WallSaver program). All I know is: Its better to have a solution to use my Mac than using that microsoft {censored} called windows.. Hope Nvidia release some new drivers that work without low performance, freezes and KP. BTW, my cinebench score is about 18fps witch is really low. I know that "DeDante" has the same Graphics Card and his score is about 24fps in cinebench too. Why is that happening?
  10. Extrair DSDT pelo Windows

    Esse DSDT gerado é melhor que o do "DSDT Auto-Patcher" quando rodado no MacOSX?
  11. SL (now 10.6.3) on 1000h: no problem!

    Thanks for the fast answer. =)
  12. SL (now 10.6.3) on 1000h: no problem!

    How did your graphics work? There's no kext for them. It's the only thing missing for me..
  13. Thanks for the tip! It speed up my eeePC 1000H boot time a lot! "Waiting for dsmos" issue solved at least!
  14. Sorry for the late answer... I have a Gigabyte P35-DS4 Motherboard. I haven't tried a 32bit driver for Snow because I really wanted Snow in 64bit. Hope you solve your problem..
  15. I had the same problem in my Snow Leopard. The thing is I tried everything like the pcwiz JMicroATA64bit package and other kexts and nothing works. I found in other forum this shared folder of kexts and other stuff and tried as the others kexts and it worked. Folder In this Folder I downloaded the ICHx-Snow and the JMicronATA.kext.AllJMicron.IDE.x86_64 and after reboot the ATA Hard Disk was displayed and with full access. Hope it works for you. Note: I'm using Snow Leopard 64bit (If is there anything you didn't understand say it because I'm portuguese and it's normal to have some typing errors) EDIT: In the ICHx-Snow folder that was downloaded I used the AppleIntelPIIXATA.kext from the "updated missing dev-ID by z0r.zip"