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Tommy

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  1. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    Upgraded and works, no issue and don't notice anything new. Make sure to follow Netkas's advice at http://netkas.org/?p=315 on how to upgrade. Tommy We mainly focus on 10.6.x here, you might wanna post your issue in 10.5.x thread. To start with diagnostic, review your console log and search the forum. Tommy
  2. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    try boot with -v (verbose) instead to see where it stuck at. if you use PC_EFI loader, the option to boot to 32 bit kernel is -x32 . From what i have read so far, by using chameleon loader, use arch=i386 to boot to 32 bit instead. Did you generate EFI string for your nvidia 6600? Tommy
  3. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    The acpi patcher that i referred to doesn't require any code editing, it is a Windows GUI that you can pick and choose the options you want. I'm not sure about boot cd, but there are two ways that i've been using. 1. Hidden EFI partition (this partition is always the first partition when you create a GUID partition disk) you can see that partition via Terminal by issue command "diskutil list". 2. a dedicated partition for boot loader (Chameleon or PC_EFI) Here are some differences to the above 2 options: - Hidden EFI partition will eliminate the need to choose your SL partition every time you boot the box - Dedicated boot loader partition will require you to select your SL partition, otherwise it will boot the bootloader partition which lead you to nowhere but a blank screen. A workaround to that problem is to set the default partition in Boot.plist . - You will always have to manually mount the hidden EFI partition if you need to make any modification to boot options or add/remove kexts from /Extra/Extensions - The dedicated bootloader partition is always visible which is convenience if you still tweaking your setup. a workaround to hide this partition is to add an entry in /etc/fstab to not automount the partition. Hope this could clarify some of the questions. Tommy
  4. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    Since the patcher is a Windows application, you will have to run it in Windows. Create an Windows VM with VMware or Parallels and follow the patching from http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=142434 . I recommend using the Ver : 0.2 (Beta 4) of the patcher instead of beta 5. Tommy
  5. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    I think last time that i have that problem is when i have the ahci injector kext in /E/E. Hope this tip could help you. Tommy
  6. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    Glad i could help Tommy
  7. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    have you made sure that you booted into 32 bit by running command "uname -a"? The stdout should return with i386 instead of x86_64. see below: root:xnu-1456.1.25~1/RELEASE_I386 i386 and not all kext is loadable in single user mode, boot to full desktop with -x32. You can make it permanent by add that to kernel flag in Boot.plist, i see no reason to boot to 64bit version if you are not utilizing more than 32GB of RAM. Tommy
  8. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    Did you try the office driver from Realtek? ftp://rtiuser:Dw8FQq5@218.210.127.133/cn/...c10.4_v1309.zip Tommy
  9. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    I'm not sure, i don't think it is the case. I need to update my BIOS to 2801 due to the compatibility issue with my CPU. When you create your DSDT.aml, if you use the acpi patcher, make sure you patch the correct BIOS. Tommy I didn't try the onboard Realtek wifi, but my Netgear WG311T is working OOTB. I think you can get any WiFi USB as long as the Vendor ID and Device ID is one of the below: <string>pci106b,0086</string> <string>pci106b,1c</string> <string>pci168c,1014</string> <string>pci168c,13</string> <string>pci168c,14</string> <string>pci168c,15</string> <string>pci168c,16</string> <string>pci168c,17</string> <string>pci168c,18</string> <string>pci168c,19</string> <string>pci168c,1a</string> <string>pci168c,1b</string> <string>pci168c,1c</string> <string>pci168c,23</string> <string>pci168c,24</string> <string>pci168c,2a</string> <string>pci168c,52</string> <string>pci168c,55</string> <string>pci168c,57</string> <string>pci168c,58</string> <string>pci168c,58a</string> <string>pci168c,86</string> <string>pci168c,87</string> <string>pci168c,ff1c</string> <string>pci168c,ff1d</string> Tommy
  10. Found the image in green demon, don't remember which but definitely not hotiso. Tommy
  11. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    Let me know if you can get it to sleep and wake. That's the only thing left for me too. Tommy
  12. I think the problem already been discussed in http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=181769 Tommy
  13. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    Doesn't seem to be a network connectivity problem, go to Network > Advanced again and check the DNS tab. Might wanna add 4.2.2.2 and 4.2.2.3 as your DNS Servers and move the current one to the bottom. Tommy
  14. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    goto System Preferences > Network > select your Network Interface from the left panel > click on Advanced > click on TCP/IP tab and tell us those information. try open a Terminal and type: traceroute 4.2.2.2 and paste the result here. Tommy
  15. Tommy

     - P5W DH Deluxe - [SUCCESS]

    @shoutdown, just wanna ask if you cache those kexts? Might wanna ask Rodrigo since he has similar GPU. All i need for my 7900GS is an EFI string in boot.plist. Tommy
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