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About tronax

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  1. UAD PCI/PCIe DSP Cards

    Don't use 64-bit kernel. UAD and Powercore seem to only work with 32-bit kernel.
  2. ATI Radeon HD 4650 - any support QE/CI?

    Anybody using the 4650 -- 10.6.8 updates the ATI drivers, so if you added your device ID to ATI4600Controller.kext and ATIRadeonX2000.kext to get QE/CI, you'll have to re-edit those files and re-build your kextcache. After reboot, my card (dev id 9498) is working great again.
  3. Tyan S2696 8 Core Hackintosh

    I'm running the S2696 with the same CPU. Don't know if you found your answer, but look around the forums.... Lots of Nvidia cards work, you don't have to get the 8800GT - if you want to save some bucks get a lower one. (in this particular rig I have an 8800GT with 256MB, works great) For a FW 800 card, I'm using one from SIIG with 3 ports: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...0-151-_-Product Good luck!
  4. DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Wow, thanks for the speedy reply! Wish I had time tonight... I'll load it up tomorrow. Thanks again!
  5. DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Here's the send_me.zip from my system -- it's a Tyan S2696 motherboard.... Think you could add it to your auto patcher? send_me.zip
  6. ATI Radeon HD 4650 - any support QE/CI?

    I *FINALLY* got my 4650 card working - QE/CI, resolution change, DVI/HDMI out... (well, only 1 port, but still!) Hope this helps somebody else: I added the card id (9498) to 4600Controller and X2000 - but the real trick was changing the framebuffer.... I used the current trunk of Chameleon, and changed the framebuffer to Flicker: { 0x10029498, "Flicker"} "MotMot" *kinda* worked - but I had to have 2 monitors plugged in, one to each DVI port, and even then only ONE worked, and no QE/CI.... I attached my boot file - don't forget GraphicsEnabler = Y -tronax boot.zip
  7. Yes to sleepenabler.kext Yes to sleep fix in dsdt patcher 2 SATA DVD burners, both on ich10 onboard, 1 is pioneer, 1 is lg A few peripherals, like dbt-120 bt dongle with apple magic mouse, MOTU pci-424 PCIe audio card, FW800 PCIe card... FWIW, I get the same message on shutdown as well, followed by KP: pmap_flush_tlbs() timeout: CPU(s) failing to respond to interrupts.... Any suggestions for troubleshooting? Thanks for all your hard work
  8. Maj, My 10.6.4 install doesn't sleep right - it seems to shutdown instead of sleep. When I wiggle the mouse or hit a key to wake, it boots as if from a cold boot. GA-EX58-UD5 board, kernel flags are: arch=x86_64 pmVersion=20 -v Thanks, Chris
  9. Tyan S2696 8 Core Hackintosh

    I have a similar build I used to run 10.5 on that I'm trying to do a clean install of 10.6.x on, but I'm having some trouble getting it to boot... Can you give me any tips as to what you did to get it to work? Right now I'm hanging at the ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement) message.... Thanks!
  10. THANK YOU!!!!! I have a Sapphire 4870, and had the same problem. Removed ATY_init.kext, added evoenabler, rebuilt cache..... perfect.
  11. I just fixed my Bonjour by adding a string to /Extra/smbios.plist <key>SMUUID</key> <string>9CFE245E-D0C8-BD45-A79F-00241D77EFFC</string> (the section after the last "-" is the MAC address of my first built-in ethernet port) (I can't take credit for this - found it on the voodoo projects board here )
  12. "Anyone who actually runs logic pro with a decent amount of audio/synths running at the same time?" Yep - I'm running on an Asus P5W dh deluxe, 3 ghz core2, ATI 2600 video, 4 gig ram - it runs much better than on my 2.16 ghz macbook. I usually run DP though, which runs great as well. It's actually what I built my hackintosh for, and I'm VERY happy with it (much faster than my last desktop, a dual mirrored door G4) Hope that helps
  13. Yeah, that's why I ordered the new one instead of open box -- their website said pretty clearly "no cables, no manual," etc... Bummer.