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  1. Hello everyone. I managed to install OSX 10.10 on my Sager NP5135 (Clevo B5130M) laptop. I used the Yosemite Zone dmg file to install it. After I installed OSX, my graphics were screwed up so I booted single-user mode and ran "grafix backup all" to remove my graphics kexts, and after that osx booted up fine. I want to ask you what drivers/kexts should I install to get my system up and running? 1. I have a Core i7 640 CPU with a first-gen Intel HD graphics card, and also an nvidia gt425m card, with nvidia optimus. I have a 1920x1080 built-in display. What driver should I install for my graphics cards? I don't really care which one gets used as long as my graphics works. 2. I have a JMicron JMB25x built-in ethernet adapter, which is not recognized by OSX. What driver should I install for this? 3. I have a Realtek RTL8191SE wireless card, which is not recognized by OSX. What driver should I install for this?
  2. oviradoi

    2009 Live DVD

    Cool I can't wait for the live DVD
  3. iATKOS v4 doesn't work on P5N-E SLI yet... I have spoken with Uphuck and he said it needs some patch to work. He will include it in the new iATKOS v4 R2. It should pretty soon. He sent me a modified file, and he told me how to modify the v4 DVD to include the file he sent me, and it fixes the "Still waiting for root device" problem. I have installed iATKOS v4 using this modified DVD. The best thing to do is to wait for the R2 patch. It will surely work.
  4. Could you please give me some links to other "hacked" PS2 kexts? On PM\mail or here in the thread? PS: if i add a PS2 mouse, it still doesn't work. Only my USB mouse works. I have tried that Could it be that my motherboard just doesn't support PS2 keyboards & mice in Leopard? Do some motherboards do that? Or have all motherboards eventually worked with some hacked PS2 drivers? Is there noone who had this problem? And preferably fixed it?
  5. I have a PS2 keyboard and an USB mouse, and I have tried the method presented "PS/2 Keyboard and USB Mouse", but it STILL doesn't work... Any suggestions?
  6. I have tried 3 methods: 1)disable the trackpad and ps2mouse 2) the Enhanced Apple PS/2 driver 3) the Hacked Apple PS/2 driver None of them work The weird thing is that when I used the Enhanced Apple PS/2 driver, the system booted, the GUI loaded, and I got a messagebox saying that the kext was not installed correctly and it can't be used. This is how I copied it: booted in "-s" mode, copied it to "/system/library/extensions", chown-ed and chmod-ed it, and deleted the extensions.mkext file. If this is not the correct method, what is the correct method to install it?
  7. Hello. I am having a hard time installing Iatkos R3 on my system. The DVD works fine, but after i install it and reboot, enter the "-v" parameter, I get a kernel panic. I will post some of the errors that show up can't determine dependency for org.tgwbd.driver.ACPIPS2Nub ... error getting a reference to IODEVICETRE:/options resetting IOCATALOGUE display: family specific matching fails Matching service count=1 Matching service count=2 Matching service count=2 Matching service count=2 Matching service count=2 Matching service count=2 ... panic(cpu1 caller 0x001A8BED): Kernel trap at 0x21b375fa type14=page fault ... Kernel loadable modules in backtrace(with dependencies) com.apple.GeForce(5.1.8) dependency: com.apple.NVDAResman dependency: com.apple.iokit.IONDRVSupport(1.5) dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.4) dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOGraphicsFamily(1.5) com.apple.NVDAResman(5.1.8) dependency: com.apple.iokit.IONDRVSupport(1.5) dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.4) dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOGraphicsFamily(1.5) Does anyone know what's going on? And another question: what driver do I need to select for my video card? Natit? Titan? NVInject? or a combination of the three?
  8. Hello. I think it might be because of your SATA DVD burner. I don't think SATA works in iATKOS without patching it... I have an IDE DVD burner, and 2 HDDs: one IDE and one SATA. For me, iATKOS boots from DVD, but it only sees the IDE HDD. You might also consider upgrading your BIOS to the latest version (but be careful!)
  9. oviradoi

    ASUS P5N-E SLI (650i)

    Nope... Same here... I have gotten Kalyway to boot several times on it, but now it won't boot AT ALL. I have found this: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=83092
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    sata problem with nvidia 650

    Hello. I am using a similar configuration and similar problem. I have a P5N-E-SLI motherboard (nvidia 650 chipset). Could you please describe to me how it "freezes"? I get a the spinning colorful mouse cursor. It will never stop... I can still move the mouse, though. Do I need to have an IDE drive too? I have a SATAII 250 GB HDD, and an IDE DVD-RW drive. The weird thing was that for me, Kalyway booted a few times, but now it won't boot AT ALL. I keep getting errors with "atasoftreset(void) ata is slow to respond, ata failed to respond... After these errors, I get a kernel panic. Kalyway has booted for me too (about 1 in 5 times) but now it won't boot at all... Please help...
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    Kalyway on P5N-E-SLI

    Hello. I have tried to install Kalyway Leopard on my PC, but I have never succeded... I keep getting weird errors. First, my specs: Asus P5N-E-SLI video: Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT (256 MB GDDR3) 1GB RAM Intel Core2Duo E4500 2.2 GHz Samsung 250 GB HDD (SATA II) IDE DVDRW Asus USB Mouse, Ps2 keyboard OK. I first started to install Leopard yesterday. I have burned the image on a DVD+RW disc, using 4X. I have created a 30 GB partition for Leopard using Windows (i have formatted it NTFS, and I would later erase it using Disk Utility) I have enabled Execute Disable bit, and disabled Limit CPUID max value. Jmicron SATA controller was enabled. I always used -v because I like to see what is happening. The DVD would show "Still waiting for root device". I have tried it 3 times, and the third time, it finally booted (keyboard didn't work... i have also tried ps2 keyboard+ps2 mouse only, but that caused them both not to work. So I decided to only use the mouse) I went into Disk Utility, selected the third partition, and then the mouse cursor changed to a spinning ball. Then, it stayed like that for aprox. half an hour, until I decided to reboot it. After that, I booted again, went into disk utility, and quickly chose the partition, chose erase, HFS+ journaled, and OK. Disk utility was saying "Preparing to erase" and did nothing... The mouse cursor was a regular arrow for 2-3 minutes, and then it changed to the spinning ball. I have waited half an hour, and restarted... The closest I got to installing was this: I have booted again, I have not chose Disk Utility, and went ahead with the wizard. I have chosen the third partition, but the wizard told me that it couldn't install there. So, I double-clicked it, and the wizard asked me if I want to erase it. I said OK, selected HFS+ journaled. It erased the partition, and gave it the name "Unnamed 2" (i was not asked the name, it named it automatically). After that, it began checking the DVD (i chose "skip") and began installing. After 20 seconds, it said "Installation failed" because it couldn't create a folder. I have read that volume names containing spaces won't work, so I am assuming that's the cause. After that, I tried again to use Disk Utility. When it started, I would choose the DVD from the list, and QUICKLY uncheck "show details". Then, I switched to erase mode, and clicked my partition. I have again tried to erase it, but it again said "Preparing to erase" and nothing would happen... OK. That was yesterday. Today, without modifying one thing, the DVD won't boot anymore. I think I have tried it 10 times, and it gives me the same errors. It says something like: softresetata(void): ata is slow to respond softresetata(void): ata failed to respond A few lines later... i get a kernel panic. I can't even boot the DVD I have tried this even with JMicron SATA Controller disabled, and with different BIOS settings, and I still get the same errors... Any suggestions would be welcome...
  12. Hello Has anyone tried this on an ASUS P5N-E-SLI yet? I have one of those, along with an Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 (2.2 GHz), 1 GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8600. I have tried to boot the DVD, and I get a few errors, but it eventually gets into install mode (i haven't installed it yet). The problem is that it works incredibly slow. The DVD takes 10 minutes to get into install mode... I wonder if it's my system to blame, or does the DVD installation usually works slow? Also, I understand that you need to boot with cpus=1 for dual core cpus to work. I have booted without cpus=1, and it worked. Do I really need to use cpus=1 to install it? And also, can anyone tell me what's the best way to install OSX if I already have Vista and don't want to reinstall it? (dual boot) Also, I understand there's a problem with PS2 keyboards. Will mine work? Also, I want to ask if I will need some drivers for my sound and video. Thanks in advance Ove
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