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About olympionex

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  1. Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA

    Sorry, when I read the note I didn't realize It was P67 / H67. I skimmed it quickly and thought it applied to a specific board. Before I upgraded bios to fix a uefi issue, the sound worked fine in Mavericks. Thanks.
  2. Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA

    I think my question #297 got lost in the mix. All of the info / diagnostic files are in that post. The injection seems to work as I can see both the codec and layout id in IOReg and it seems to match up with what is expected for 892. Still, the audio card never shows up. I appreciate any assistance that can be offered.
  3. Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA

    Problem: I attempted to use method #3: cloverALC/Clover patched I believe that I have followed the instructions exactly but I do not have the ability to select the onboard sound card. Specifically I have restored the authentic kext from the install and I ran the audio_cloverALC-100.command script. Edit: I noticed in System Profiler that under Audio I have an entry for HDMI under Intel High Definition Audio with Audio ID 1 (the ID that I'm trying to setup for the Realtek. So I tried changing the audio id to 2 in the DSDT and reran the script. Now the HDMI is showing under Audio ID 2. I assume this is the crux of the problem, but I don't know exactly how to fix it. Update: I also tried patching the SSDT using clover by inserting the aml file from ssdt-hdae-1 on Toleda's website. The debug log shows it was inserted but I see no change and it still doesn't function. Motherboard: Asus P8P67 Pro, BIOS: 3602 Processor: Core i5 2550K Video Card: NVidia GeForce GTX 650 Codec: ALC892 OS: Yosemite 10.10 Retail (from App store) Bootloader: Clover 2953 All the necessary diagnostic files should be included. I'm using a DSDT patched with Toleda's HDEF patches, specifically AMI-Clean Compile and Enable Audio ID: 1. I also had to use a couple of patches to fix some syntax issues ( Buffer / Package stuff). I've tried various combinations of settings in Clover for enabling / injecting / fixing HDA / Audio. You can see the current settings in the Config.plist Thanks in advance for any info that you can provide to help resolve this issue. ALCDiagnostics.zip
  4. x86 Xbench Results Thread

    ABIT IP-35PRO E6550 OC'D to 3.01GHZ 2GB OCZ Reaper HPC PC2-6400 Memory Nvidia GeForce 7900 GS 256MB WD Raptor 36GB SATA drive Xbench: Without HDD: 259.90 http://picasaweb.google.com/pionex/Benchma...591775292500770 With HDD: 175.96 http://picasaweb.google.com/pionex/Benchma...591775292500786 GeekBench: 4179 http://picasaweb.google.com/pionex/Benchma...591779587468098
  5. Succesfull install on Abit IP35 Pro

    I gave up on trying to get an install working. I don't know how you are supposed to generally do it on this mobo unless you are lucky and have a dvd burner that will boot in ahci mode. Mine will not. Instead I used the flat image. It was fast, easy, and works very well. The only thing I had to do was edit the AzaliaAudio.kext to include the hardware ids for my sound card. We should add this mobo to the HCL, but I don't have permisison.
  6. Resizing Flat Image Partition

    Sorry I didn't see the sticky before I posted this. Also, the diskutil mergePartitions does work. You just need the partition to have journaling enabled.
  7. How can I increase my Leopard partition size?

    Using Gparted does NOT work, it can only downsize partitions. Zuza's method of using diskutil mergePartitions works and its easy. Just some information that might be helpful: You need to create an unformatted partition in the freespace area of the disk that was not used by the flat image install. You should be able to do this with Your system disk must be journaled. It should be by default unless you turned it off to try something else. Then follow Zuza's method of using diskutil mergePartitions. You don't need any other installations or operating systems. This works fine on your live system. It does not mess up your system's ability to boot.
  8. There seems to be a few suggestions out there about how to increase the size of the flat image partition, but as far as I can tell, none of them actually work. 1) Use parted (or another parition program) Parted cannot increase the size of hfs partitions, it can only shrink them. Acronis doesn't seem to work either. 2) Use diskutility to merge or volumeresize Does not appear to work b/c merge threatens to destroy both volumes and volume resize only works on GUID partition tables What I did was create another install of 10.5 on a different disk in order to try to use disk utility. Not sure why, but the OS has gotten confused (at least the GUI tools) and considers 2 different installs on two different physical disks to be the same. The GUI tools were little help. I had to use the command line to unmount the install that I want to resize. I then used hdiutil to backup the drive to another partition. I then erased the partition table on the drive and created a single large partition. Unfortunately, this volume is not bootable. Does anybody know of something that will actually work?
  9. Succesfull install on Abit IP35 Pro

    I have an IP-35 PRO and I have not had any luck except for installing 10.4.10 using VMWare. With my IDE dvd drive, I get the boot.plist error With my SATA drive and BIOS set to IDE, the installer disks will boot, but all give me "still waiting for rood device error". In this mode, 10.4.10 will not boot. With my SATA drive and BIOS set to AHCI the installer disks will not boot but the installed 10.4.10 will boot. While I can't boot from optical disks in this mode, they show up in operating systems. It seems like I need to be able to boot with the SATA drive in AHCI mode, but that doesn't appear to be an option. I'm using a samsung sata drive. Any ideas?

    To ask the obvious question, if this notebook is EFI, then I wonder how THEY got windows booting on it? (Makes me wonder if Packard Bell should have won that competition :-)) Seriously though, they must have some sort of patch that isn't the xonmac. PS. I also love how in French, Microsoft Windows is listed as the System d'Exploitation.
  11. I'm having the same problem on essentially the same mobo. I suspect that its because of the jumper, I'll check later this evening. If you figure out a way to get SATA working, please post. I'll do the same.