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  1. Samsung R480 The complete model string is: NP-R480-JS04AR
  2. I was indeed sure I did it. Here it goes.. again... dsdt.dsl.zip
  3. I've tried to look which registers I should split using the B1B2 method, but my DSDT is really different. Any help?
  4. Noob Question

    You'll have to add the PCIID of your card to the Info.plist file of the AppleAirPortBrcm4311. This works for Leopard. Snow Leopard is more or less the same Open a terminal and run: sudo su chmod 777 /System/Library/Extensions/IO80211Family.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleAirPortBrcm4311.kext/Contents/Info.plist Open /System/Library/Extensions in Finder Right Click IO80211Family.kext -> Show package contents Go to Contents/PlugIns Right Click AppleAirPortBrcm4311.kext -> Show package contents Go to Contents Open Info.plist with TextEdit You'll find something like this: <string>pci106b,4e</string> <string>pci14e4,4311</string> <string>pci14e4,4312</string> <string>pci14e4,4313</string> ... Insert a new one with your device id number (mine was 4315, you can run "ioreg -l | grep 14e4" in a terminal to find out which is yours): <string>pci14e4,4315</string> Open a terminal and run: sudo su chmod 644 /System/Library/Extensions/IO80211Family.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleAirPortBrcm4311.kext/Contents/Info.plist rm /System/Library/Extensions.mkext
  5. Thanks! Now I need more and more and more users to post their info there.
  6. Under OSX: - Download: getdump.zip - Open a Terminal - Run ./getdump > dump.txt - Open dump.txt from any editor. Under Linux: - See which codecs you have ls /proc/asound/card0 - For each codec (replace N with a number Ex: codec#0) cat /proc/asound/card0/codec#N > ~/dumpN.txt - Open dumpN.txt from any editor.
  7. Currently, some DELL notebook users can't get sound out of their internal speakers, including me. I tried to find why, several times, but didn't found any solution yet. Help us find a solution to this random issue. We need as many STAC9228 users as posible to give us information. Please complete this form Responses Thanks
  8. Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    Yes, that's right. KextHelper copies and then sets right permissions.
  9. Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    Yes it works, but there's no "official" way of checking like in leopard's system profiler. Check this out: http://prasys.co.cc/tag/qeci-snow-leopard/
  10. Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    Look for VoodooHDA from slice. Remember to use kexthelper to install. The screensaver is useless for me. If I wan't to save energy, then I want to power off my display automatically. That's what "sleep display" means. Look for that option in Expose configuration.
  11. Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    After sleep, LCD backlight turns on, but screen remains black. It's a known issue under 10.6.2 only in 64 bit mode. I don't know about screensaver, but display sleeping doesn't work. Known issue under 10.6.2. Set up a hot corner to sleep the display. You'll notice that the mouse pointer disappears. That's the display sleeping.
  12. Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    From that info from System Profiler I asume you've got some Leopard version. What things have you tried? What happens? steps to reproduce? What kext versions? This is what I would do: 1- Install latests kext versions. 2- Patch DSDT following instructions from flame's post If you can't change resolution: kexts are not loading. If kext's don't load: search your system's log for any dependency issue. If kext's don't load and there are no dependency issues: try using Natit.kext for X3100. If kext's don't load, there are no dependency issues and you are using Natit.kext: try with another kexts (different version) If you can see half screen: try connecting an external monitor. If you can see half screen but external monitor is ok: patch dsdt from flame post (i've made some instructions for dell notebooks). If your screen goes blue and then black: try with any of the sleeps tricks. If your screen goes blue and then black and don't wan't to use any annoying trick: patch dsdt from my post (vaag's originally) If you don't understand what I'm talking about above: just google it. The solutions are in this topic/forum.
  13. Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    Can you boot with -x? -s? 32 bit? 64 bit? If you move your X3100 kexts and boot without them, does it works?
  14. Leopard Laptops with NON-working GMA X3100

    I have a Natit.kext and a patched DSDT. It works with this. http://stellarola.tumblr.com/post/165429070/prepare-yourself
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