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Superhai

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  1. In July for the following countries: (I would guess release on 23rd or 30th) Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland And in september for the rest of the countries that have the iPhone currently
  2. It states in fairly clear text "requested architecture/executable not found". Simply they doesn't contain your architecture, they are only compiled for i386, not x86_64. You could remove the personalities, or delete the entire kext if it bothers you.
  3. WePad

    I guess it runs some intel gfx that is not supported in current 10.6, so vesa gfx only...
  4. Antique Hackintosh

    Are we come to this age already? Antique hackintoshes? It was five years ago I believe. I think the first I tried was a pentium D and some ATI gfx.
  5. ECDT is the Embedded Controller Boot Resources Table. (Why is it so hard to write EMBEDDED?) It is mostly useful if you have a smart battery connected to the EC. It is of course useful only if you have a EC device (unless you plan to virtualize one). Most new laptops do, and some desktops too. You find information in the ACPI spec. ASF is a DMTF extended spec to ACPI (also includes key 129 to SMBIOS) Alert Standard Format. I don't see the usefulness of adding it to chameleon, it is designed to provide table information to an ASF enabled system. And is a low level system for communication with devices and network during situation where OS has no or only partial control. Like during sleep and init or when an OS is not booted. I guess it is needed for the watchdog timer on the mac, but can be used for remote monitoring of a computers health and status. DMAR is an Intel extension and is a table for remapping of DMA resources. It is used for Intels technology for virtualizing direct I/O requests. You find more information at Intels web. Suffice to say, don't bother if you don't know what this is.
  6. VoodooPowerAcpi 1.2.5 for 10.6.x

    If it doesn't load is it most likely because you didn't fulfill the system requirements.
  7. I will make some better naming for the temp and fans, I just need to determine and identify better the devices from the SMM. And I doubt you have two fans on your M1330, I have only one.
  8. Version 1.2.5 ACPI Edition There are many of you who can't use VoodooPowerMini, and if you are lucky enough to have a ACPI implementation for controlling Performance Stepping, you can try this one. This will also be a part of the 1.3 release, the code was originally part of the ACPI option from GenericCPUPowerManagement. Downloads, and support is to be done at http://www.superhai.com/ Doesn't work? If you have so called FFixedHW or Functional Fixed Hardware implementation, you can't use this edition. You can post bug report at the forum. I usually don't have the chance to check this thread regularly so do not post issues here. Bugs will most likely be fixed for the 1.3.x release, not earlier. It is not necessary to repost bugs already reported on the forum or in Google Code. System Requirements? x86-class CPU with ACPI control of power management (i.e. not FFixedHW) Darwin Kernel 10.x.x
  9. I made a two fan version, intended for dell laptops with two fans. SoftSMC.kext.twofan.zip
  10. Ok, could be that it is not reported from the xps m1530, I can try to add fan id 1 also maybe it works.
  11. There is lack of documentation of the temp sensors on dell computers. So exactly where they are is not clear. I guess two are from the CPU. Do you know if you have one or two fans?
  12. I made a little experiment for adding fan and temp to the istat menus. Here is a kext which should replace fakesmc.kext. Should work on most dell laptops. If you like it, thats nice. SoftSMC.kext.zip SoftSMC.kext.leo.zip
  13. Slice has updated the VoodooHDA so it works after sleep, also it seem to work well without adding the nodes to patch on my dell xps m1330. I will update the iso when i have some time. Here you find slices kext and changes: http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=355
  14. Only when it needs to update the cache is OSX looking at them. I recommend that you do not delete any of the files in the extensions folder, unless you are positively sure they cause problems. The most common issue for hackintoshers are missing kexts, forget to update cache and hacked drivers installed by "distros".
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