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  1. GA-EP45T-USB3P

    I can't seem to get sound working despite having tried various kext packages for the ACL889 chipset. Any advice? Thanks in advance!
  2. How about sound on the GA-EP45T-USB3P? I've tried a bunch of kexts for acl889 (not A) and so far nothing seems to work... Help?
  3. I'm trying to get wireless working under Snow Leopard with my Eee PC 900HA. Does anyone have any suggestions?
  4. [GUIDE] Retail Snow Leopard Install on eeepc 901

    Has anyone had any luck with the WiFi chipset in the 900HA? Atheros AR5007EG Location: 02:00.1 PCI ID: 168c:001c[1a3b:1026] IRQ: 10 Module: ath5k I have Snow Leopard installed. It boots, albeit slow, the sound output works, and seemingly the input as well. (Actually sound input isn't working correctly: All static.) Graphics are displaying properly with acceleration. My remaining problem is WiFi. Also Ethernet seems to work and then not. I'm far more concerned about WLAN though. ;D Cheers!
  5. I'm also wondering about Snow Leopard. Any suggestions? Cheers!
  6. Snow Leopard on Nforce 700 Series (780i)

    All is working here! (EVGA 780i SLI) http://media.iukkoth.net/images/sl.png
  7. Snow Leopard on Nforce 700 Series (780i)

    You could always use a vanilla kernel with these boards. (I'm using the 10.5.8 kernel as I type this.) You simply boot with "cpus=1" and it works. Note that this requires the AppleNForceATA.kext of course. Great! I'm going to try this now. Wish me luck. :glare:
  8. Snow Leopard on Nforce 700 Series (780i)

    I've been trying to boot with Snow Leopard for about three days now. Firstly I discovered it is vital that you update toe PC EFI10v1 or v2, both seemed to work, but without them you'll run into an immediate KP. Secondly it seems that the old AppleNForceATA.kext does not work. I end up stalled for over 30 minutes in the boot sequence with: 'AppleNForceATA: Found 0 units'. If anyone has any updates, suggestions, comments, I would love to read them. Cheers! [EDIT] I should add I'm running 10.5.8 on an eVGA 780i board.
  9. Eee PC 900HA and Sound

    After installing OSx86 with iPC PPF5 and Voodoo kernel 9.5.0 I am unable to use the sound workaround involving Audieee and ioreg and reggie_se. The command reggie_se runs before installing developer tools but returns an ERROR: unknown processor type. The same error after installing developer tools... Is this because I use iPC? Should I be using a different distro? At this point in time I have been completely unable to get sound working...and wlan has been more than difficult. Thanks in advance!
  10. ASUS Eee PC 900HA

    Update: I used Pacifist to extract the kext from the Airport Extreme update (for 10.5.5) and now sometimes can use KisMAC (setting my driver as AirportExtreme passive mode and then scanning for networks) to scan for networks and now occasionally it will detect networks. When this happens I quit KisMAC and am able to connect normally via airport settings. Unfortunately the success rate is terrible: every time scanning fails to bring up networks I seem to have to reboot (I tried quitting KisMAC and relaunching it but it fails to engage the device again, reporting an error). So I usually have to boot several times. I don't understand why it sometimes engages and other times doesn't: there doesn't appear to be a pattern. Anyway, I would appreciate reading feedback on this or suggestions... Maybe this is the best for now?
  11. ASUS Eee PC 900HA

    I've searched around a bit now and found guides for using the Atheros kext with MisMAC. I am able to see my wireless hardware now and enable/disable it. But it never finds any networks, just scans continuously... I tried using KisMAC and scanning with the Airport Extreme driver in passive mode. The scan begins and then immediately stops. I'm not sure where to go from here. It seems so close, the hardware is being recognized, but I'm not able to get anywhere with it. Any help is most appreciated!
  12. ASUS Eee PC 900HA

    Thank you! I now have hardware video support. My only remaining problem is ethernet/wlan...
  13. Atheros Network Drivers

    I have similar hardware: 900ha Any ideas?
  14. Asus EEE-PC 1000H Atheros AR8121

  15. ASUS Eee PC 900HA

    I recently purchased an ASUS Eee PC 900HA (that's with the hdd and Atom CPU) and have read that it is possible to have a nearly fully functional install of OSx86 including graphical drivers and internet connectivity. Using iPC 10.5.6 PPF5 I was able to boot into an install of OSx86 on the Eee PC. I used the ICHx chipset driver and at first tried to use the GMA 950 but I later learned that the graphical chipset is actually 945GME. I can't seem to find a suitable kext for this. Is there a kext available on iPC that might help? Perhaps elsewhere? Secondly I was able to see my wireless hardware using Atheros patch, but this caused many problems, and would not actually connect. (Scanning network... appeared continuously.) Any help would be most appreciated! Thank you, Doraemon