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About nvanberkel

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  1. Hi, I've updated my hackintosh from 10.6.4 to 10.6.4. I have read that it is normally that you lose sound after the upgrade and need to install VoodooHDA 2.7.2 pkg. After this, my sound on my ALC268 is back. But there two problems: 1. When I use the volume slider, the PCM isn't changing. The keyboard method and sound icon method both not working. The volume stays where he is. 2. There is a crackling noise when I play some harder music or watch a movie like Inception. Has anyone advice what to do? Thanks! EDIT: Crackling noise solved: Check the box use SSE2 in the voodooHDA prefpane
  2. VoodooHDA

    With the latest voodoohda pkg installer my volume control doesn't work anymore. I have an ALC268 module in my HPDV6700. When I use the volume slider or systemvolume slider, the volume doesn't change. Mute is working. Also there is some crackling noise. Anyone has this problem also?
  3. Hello, I have an HPDV6700 with Snow Leopard successfully installed. First I tried it with Chameleon 1.0, and my keyboard/trackpad are working. With Chameleon 2.0 my keyboard and trackpad aren't working. I am using an usb keyboard/mouse right now. I've tried the VoodooPs2controller but that doesn't help. Also Snow Leopard doesn't use my efi string for the graphics card in the boot.plist. Please give me some advise. Kind regards, Niels
  4. Same problem here, Stuck at the Loading HFS+ file part
  5. Only tested SD Card, working on HPDV6700. Thanks!
  6. Dear All, I have a HP Pavilion DV6700. I created an Boot-132 CD. I used the standard files. I burned this CD with UltraISO. I also have a Leopard 10.5.2 Retail DVD. When I boot the Boot-132 CD it loads. But it displays 2 seconds this error: “system config file ‘/com.Apple.boot.plist’ not found”. After this it goes further. Now I see the Darwin Screen, I switch the Boot-132 DVD with the Retail DVD and pressed enter, followed by -v. Now it is booting the Retail DVD. But after some minutes I get those messages: "SAM Multimedia: READ or WRITE failed, SENSE_KEY = 0x05, ASC = 0x21, ASCQ = 0x00 I get this message many times. It stops with loading, and stays on the black message screen. I can't get in the installer. It is not freezed, because if I switch my WiFI card button off it shows a message. But the DVD isn't loading anymore. This is the first time I want to try the boot-132 method. Kalyway 10.5.5 is running now on my HP. Maybe someone can help me. Thanks for reading my topic. Kind regards, Niels
  7. HP Dv6000 & Dv9000 Intel Only

    Everything is working on my HP DV6700, except the mute button and sleeping.
  8. Selected Vanilla Kernel, but got Darwin

    Ok thanks for the explanation. @ Krrr, I have a Broadcom Wireless card. I followed this topic. http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...mp;hl=hp+dv6700
  9. Selected Vanilla Kernel, but got Darwin

    No, but I am totally new in Mac Osx86. I guess this is a stupid question lol. But I don't know it xD
  10. Dear all, I have an HP Pavilion DV6700 notebook. I've installed the Kalyway 10.5.2 INTEL/AMD DVD. At the customize option, I choosed for the Vanilla Kernel. This is the only Kernel I checked on: kernel_vanilla_922 The installation went smooth. Everyting is working, including Wireless, Graphics and Sound after some patching. But when I start terminal, and type uname -a, I see Darwin Kernel 9.2.2. But I choosed for Vanilla Kernel! How can this be? I reinstalled 2 times, but still got the Darwin Kernel.
  11. Also tried booting Cpus=1, doesn't make any sense
  12. First of all, thank you for this communication. Before this update, I had a working 10.5.2 Leopard running. My "About this Mac" overview wasn't working, and after some research, I saw a updated AppleSMbios.kext. This must solve the problem. I replaced the Kext, and repaired the privelleges. After a reboot, Leopard was booting fine. But after loaded my Desktop, my Keyboard/mouse freezed. Both are USB devices. I tried PS2, but that doesn't made any sense. If I boot with -s -v, I can use my keyboard in the command prompt in save mode. But after quiting save mode, and booting my computer, I can't use it any more. My system overview: Intel Pentium IV Hypertreading, 2.8 GHZ (SSE2 Supported) Asrock P4TV8 Motherboard Hercules Radeon 9800XT 256MB 2056MB RAM Iatkos V1.0 R2 9.2.0 Kernel (Updated from 9.1.0 to 9.2.0 successfully) Leopard running on a 180GB Harddrive Leopard was running well, but after the replaced .kext it doesn't response on my Keyboard/Mouse interaction. I didn't make a backup of the old .kext, so stupid... My question, is there a fix for this problem? Or a method to get the old .kext back? Sorry for my bad English. I come from Holland. Thanks for reading this topic. Kind regards, Niels
  13. Thanks Tony! I successfully updated my SSE2 Mac Leopard from 9.1.0 to 9.2.0 Kernel!