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About nosushi4you

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  1. HDMI Audio HD 3000

    Hello fellow hackintoshers! I've spent the better part of 48 hours getting my Aspire S3 ultrabook up and running with Yosemite 10.10.1. I have wifi working via USB, QE/CI on my HD 3000 and all that other good stuff. Audio is currently working with VoodooHDA, but I have a question: can VoodooHDA work with HDMI audio? I had a similar setuip with Mountain Lion on the same laptop and on both the video works perfectly over HDMI, but audio does not. I have the option to output with HDMI but when I choose it the volume greys out and it doesn't work. So, my question is actually a two-parter: 1.) Is it possible to get HDMI audio working with VoodooHDA (Yosemite)? If not, I guess using a patched AppleHDA is my only option. Which leads me to my second question... 2.) If I MUST use AppleHDA, what would be the easiest way of finding out my audio codec? I know I have a Realtek sound card, but there are so many options and I don't know which is which. I've googled this at length before and surprisingly could not find a straigtforward answer as to how to find the proper codec to install. Thanks for any help any of you might be able to provide!
  2. Hi everyone! I've searched high and low for a fix to my problem, to no avail. I'm hoping someone here can steer me in the right direction. Here's my situation: I have successfully installed Mountain Lion 10.8.5 on my Acer Aspire S3 ultrabook (which I was able to snag for only 250$!), using Clover as my bootloader. It is surprisingly compatible. Here's the specs: i3-2367M (1.4GHz) Sandy Bridge CPU Intel HD 3000 Graphics 4GB DDR3/USB 3.0/Bluetooth 4.0/Standard SATA Hard Disk Here's what currently works: Intel HD 3000 with full res. and QE/CI (after DSDT patch) Multitouch with latest Elan Touchpad drivers Audio with VoodooHDA 2.8.4 Shutdown/Restart Webcam USB 3.0 Wifi with USB dongle (the speed is actually quite good!) Here's my problem: Sleep doesn't work. If I could get sleep to work I'd be 100% content with this hackintosh. I have tried various DSDT edits (HPET, RTC), with no success. I have tried installing a patched 10.8.5 AppleIntelCPUPowermangement kext and removing NullCPU, but I am greeted with an instant kernel panic. Is there something about 10.8.5 that changed the way sleep mode works? I'm not picky; if someone could find a working sleepenabler kext, I'd be happy with that, too. Any suggestions?
  3. Intel HD Core i5 First Gen

    It's been a while since I've attempted to hackintosh something. My Dell Mini 10v recently got stolen from my dorm room, so I'm left with my HP laptop with switchable graphics. I've spent many hours reading for solutions and finally figured I'd come here for what will hopefully be a simple answer. My laptop has two graphics cards, an ATI Radeon 5650m, which I understand does not work correctly, and the integrated first-gen Core i5 GMA HD card. My question is this: can I get a fully working (QE/CI/OpenGL) osx86 install with either of these cards or are they just not compatible? If there's a way I'd love to install Mountain Lion on my laptop but if it's a lost cause perhaps I'll start saving for a HoboMac or something. Thanks for reading and for your future replies!
  4. Best netbook for Leopard?

    The Dell website says they are no longer selling the Mini 9 or Vostro a90. But you say the Mini 10v works?
  5. I plan on buying a netbook soon, and I was wondering, now that the Dell Mini 9 has been discontinued, which netbook is the most compatible with hackintosh? Thanks for any help you can provide.
  6. Oops, sorry guys. Heh. I didn't know the links were illegal. Or that they were replaced with insanelymac. Did it work for you, though?
  7. So, I don't know if this is what you're looking for, but I just upgraded iPC 10.5.6 to 10.5.8 last night. At first, I tried upgrading to 10.5.7 using this guide: http://www.insanelymac.com/2009/05/update-...m-1056-to-1057/ That worked. Then, I tried upgrading to 10.5.8 using this guide: http://www.insanelymac.com/2009/08/update-...osh-osx86-1058/ That didn't work. I messed up my whole install; couldn't boot the system. So, I decided to try this: I reinstalled 10.5.6 again, and then downloaded the COMBO update (Around 760MB in size, I believe), and installed using the directions from this guide: http://www.insanelymac.com/2009/08/update-...osh-osx86-1058/ I installed the AppleDecrypt.kext from that guide, and the disable.kext and the dsmos.kext from this guide: http://www.insanelymac.com/2009/08/update-...osh-osx86-1058/ Then, I did the whole terminal thing from the 10.5.7 guide, and rebooted, and was met with a fully working 10.5.8 installation. Hope that helps!
  8. WUSB54GC: How to use new official driver & utility

    It works! I got one today, it's either V1 or 2, and I had to install the kexts manually using kexthelper, but after that, it worked fine! One problem, though. It appears that this has messed up the shutdown function of my computer. Is this a known issue. How would I fix this? Thank you for these wonderful drivers! EDIT: A little more information on what I just posted. Again, the drivers work perfectly, with good range and the whole 9 yards, but my laptop won't shutdown with the USB adapter plugged in. It shuts down, but then restarts immediately after shutting down. Now, if I unplug the USB adapter before I shut down, it shuts down perfectly, so it's no big deal. I'm just interested if this has happened to anyone else, or if there is a fix for it? Oh, and I don't need to replug or boot with -f or anything. Works fine with no hassle. Thank you again, so much. P.S. Walmart and BestBuy are selling these for around 50 or 60 dollars, where as Target is selling them for 40. Best deal I've found, yet.
  9. WUSB54GC: How to use new official driver & utility

    Alright, excellent. I'm not sure if it's the same person, but I checked the OSX86 Wiki and it said this works with 10.5.7, too. I'm going to purchase one very soon, and I will be sure to post if it works or not. Besides, if it works with 10.5.6, I see no real reason why it wouldn't on 10.5.7. Heh.
  10. WUSB54GC: How to use new official driver & utility

    Can someone confirm that this works on 10.5.7?
  11. HP Pavilion dv6000 Internet Driver Help!

    How did you solve your problem? I'm guessing you have a 4965agn, which currently does not have drivers for it.
  12. WUSB54GC: How to use new official driver & utility

    Thank you so much! I'm going to get one very soon! I will report back to let you know how it went. EDIT: I think this should be stickied. It seems like it's helping a lot of people.
  13. WUSB54GC: How to use new official driver & utility

    So, this would be good to buy, then? http://www.amazon.com/Linksys-WUSB54GC-Com...r/dp/B000CRFI8A It will work?
  14. USB Wifi Adapter

    Would these drivers work? http://www.ralinktech.com/ralink/Home/Support/Macintosh.html
  15. USB Wifi Adapter

    Or, if anyone could provide a link to working drivers, that would be great. Thank you.