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  1. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Nice, good to hear the system is working well with 4Gb, something I'm still thinking about doing (if not just buying a new Macbook Pro??). OSXRestart.kext I was doing some testing to compare the two but noticed no difference, must have just forgotten to delete. Only one is required. I have never seen the cross, even on boot?? Not sure whats going on there.
  2. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Mate, with the attached Extra folder and the AppleHDA and IOAudiofamily kexts in System/Library/Extensions/ I have had no issues with the Sound, boot, and the sleep function is working without issue as far as I can tell. Mac OS 10.6.4, with all updates installed. Also, everyone else. With the attached Extra folder I have In-built HDMI output when plugged into my HDMI monitor, however, no sound is actually output. I will be working on this a bit to see what I can find out but I'm flying blind. So anyone who knows what to do any help would be appreciated. Extra_2.zip
  3. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Interesting side note. My sound preferences show "BenQ E2420HD - Built-in HDMI output" in the preferences pane when connected. However, when using the output I get no sound?? Anyone else get this?
  4. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    The DSDT provided by 'The King' removes the SoundAssertions and provides for Vanilla Sleep without the requirement for SleepEnabler of NullCPUManagement. It also has 'sleep on lid close' controlled through the DSDT so the LidSleep kext is nolonger required. I am using not without issue.
  5. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Tried new files and the internal MIC now works also. However boot time is slowed, I think due to these error during the boot process. Does anyone know how to remove them (It looks like one of the sound assertion is from the HDMI audio)?; - Not loading kext com.apple.driver.AppleHDAController - not found and kextd not available in early boot. - Sound assertion ""ERROR: EFI ROM did not publish 'hda-gfx' associative property!\n"" failed in "/SourceCache/AppleHDA/AppleHDA-179.1.4/AppleHDA/AppleHDACodecGeneric.cpp" at line 331 goto ExitError - Sound assertion "0 == pciVendorProductID" failed in "/SourceCache/AppleHDA/AppleHDA-179.1.4/AppleHDAController/AppleHDAController.cpp" at line 2682 goto Exit
  6. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    The instller supplied by Mosslack includes power management KEXT patched. The DSDT file attached above removes the requirement to have both SleepEnabler.kext and NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, allowing the unpatched version of AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement and accociated kexts. I require only OSXRestart.kext to get the reset function to work otherwise all power functions and sleep work perfectly.
  7. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    To all I have managed to get this to work, with the exception that has been mentioned already, that the internal MIC in not working. The following was the process that I under took. 1. Install AppleHDA & IOAudioFamily KEXTs using KEXT utility. 2. Compile supplied code into the DSDT. 3. Reboot. The Internal Speakers is the only output to show, but when you plug i headphones the output changes automatically to headphones. Internal Mic does not work but the Line-in does. This fix should also fix the intermitent KP on boot caused by VoodooHDA. I have attached my DSDT file. This DSDT file uses Vanilla ApplePowerManagement and includes Vanilla sleep. Extra folder also attached for reference. I have been using this DSDT for some time without issue. It is for 2GB of Ram. The patch works with the BroadcomUSB270Injector.kext. However, I do not use the ASUShotKeys.kext because it disables some hot keys which I need. I will test later today, to see how it goes. dsdt.aml.zip Extra.zip
  8. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Can you please share the method of install and DSDT please. I tried but did not get it working. THanks
  9. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    After installing 262 exp version (and 261) there was a constant his from the speakers as soon as the KEXT was loaded during boot until shutdown. I installed the new Flash a while ago but it still skips and stutters when playing HD (720p) or higher Flash Video whereas when playing HD from Apple Trailers there is no skipping or stuttering. I guess we will have to wait untill the web changes to HTML5. Gogetta, have you made any further progress on DSDT, I'm about to start my basic training and will be away without Computer/Phone for three months.
  10. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    I have noticed that when using the injector Kext (using Vanilla Apple CPU management) after resuming from sleep there is a listing of hundreds of Bluetooth devices just with sequential MAC addresses. I'm using Apple Wireless Keyboard and Mighty Mouse which do not reconnect after sleep. Is this something that others have noticed? My system is setup as follows 1. EFI Partition Bootloader installed 2. DSDT support for Sleep (No sleepenabler.kext) 3. 2Gb Ram As far as I'am aware OSX does not support GPU acceleration of Flash, Adobe Flash 10.1 (i think) was supposed to improve it but it did not make much difference for me at all. The lack of GPU acceleration is what causes the CPU to be utilised at 100%. No way around it that I have seen. Apple are supporting HTML 5 (in line with the comments by apple regarding the lack of Flash support on the iPhone and iPad) which apparently is much better than flash but has yet to be widely adopted by web developers.
  11. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Nice one! I can also confirm that it is functioning well. Just out of curiosity, would it b possible to inject through the DSDT instead of a KEXT? not that it matters I guess?
  12. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    no luck on USB! The Zotac Ionitx has no USB removal on sleep but the BIOS supports OS EHCI hand off and legecy USB support. I'm not using VoodooHDA so I didn't get hopefully ASUS improve the BIOS and maybe add AHCI mode for the HDD.
  13. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    nice, my boot.plist have -v in it so I can see what's going on during boot without keypresses, just remove that. It's odd that Gogeeta and I can get Sleep working with Vanilla management and without SleepEnabler but others seems to fail? I'm not using VoodooHDA which I know caused issues in the past.
  14. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    I used GUID but either will work.
  15. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    As I understand it is the 4Gb DSDT modified for 2Gb, Goggetta posted the first DSDT with sleep and apple power managment enabled. UNINC provided the graphics injection in the bios I posted (gogetta only has different NVCAP, which on my testing made no difference). I'm not sure what other changes gogetta has made although compared to a raw DSDT from 0326 Bios there are quite a few changes, I'm currently inthe process of finding all the difference and separating the to provide an easier way to update when new BIOS is released. The USB may be BIOS because the same chipset is being run on a Zotac ionitx and they have USB working but their bios allows for setting of ehci handoff ad legecy USB in the bios whereas ours is slimed down. Also, I noticed on the eeeuser forumn someone has moddified the bios to allow HDD mode to be set to AHCI instead of IDE. Anyone tried?