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a5hr1th

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  1. Get your UVC webcam working as Apple iSight

    Anyone tried this with the Playstation Eye yet?
  2. released Update to 10.6.4

    File sharing just stopped working for me.. Config in my sig.. Help would be appreciated
  3. Nevermind, got the Audio up and running using the VoodooHDA Kext that's attached HERE
  4. Just installed using the USB method (v2.2) on a Gigabyte G41M-ES2L. Thank you so much for this fantastic application One question here, my Audio doesn't seem to be working. I've tried booting with "-x -f" Flags, to no avail. Tried all sorts of Kexts (AppleHDA, VoodooHDA, etc.) Help would be much appreciated Specs: Snow Leopard 10.6.3 Intel Q8400 2.66 GHz nVidia GeForce 9400GT 1GB Thanks in advance. Added screenshots for reference Sound gets detected in the System Profiler No Audio Devices detected in System Preferences
  5. Many thanks for replying.. The BIOS update helped !
  6. Looks like I'm gonna be talking to myself here for a while..
  7. I got the graphics card to work by using NVEnabler, but I have a new problem now: ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin :start-wait For Service(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagme t) timed out I also get that same line when booting from the Empire EFI disk, but it boots perfectly fine.. The moment I remove the disk and try to boot, I get stuck there.. And I also get the dreaded "Still waiting for root device" error after that line
  8. Snow Leopard on INTEL DG35EC

    Could you elaborate on how you proceeded with your installation, please ? Cheers
  9. After looking at this thread , I felt that DG35EC was the best motherboard for a Hackintosh setup.. I'm unable to get this to work inspite of multiple attempts.. Here's what I've done till now: -Popped in the Empire EFI disk -Connected the USB Drive to which I'd restored the Snow Leopard DMG earlier -Installed successfully -Boots on first run -Stuck at 1024x768 resolution -Kernel Panic on boot when I follow this guide This is my first attempt to install Snow Leopard on this Motherboard, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to get Snow Leopard to run on this system: Intel DG35EC Motherboard Intel Q8400 Core 2 Quad 2.66 GHz Processor 4GB 800 MHz DDR2 RAM 1TB HDD for the Snow Leopard install SATA DVD Writer NVIDIA 9400GT 1GB DDR2 Graphics Card - Unable to get this {censored} to work Help would be appreciated If someone would provide an insight on what kexts I need to use, I would be grateful !
  10. Here you go: http://www.speedyshare.com/files/19833585/USB_Kexts.zip
  11. Yup, you should be able to do a Vanilla install of Snow Leopard on it Essentials: DSDT, essential Kexts in there, lemme know if they work ! PS: You should edit your signature It says DG21PR
  12. In my case, my DVD writer which is IDE Master is not being recognized. My 3 HDDs are perfectly recognizable in the BIOS. Just fiddle with the SATA connections on the motherboard and put your Snow drive to SATA 0... Let us know if you're successful
  13. [TOTALLY VANILLA] Retail Snow Leopard

    No mate, I din't try that yet. Will try that if this installation doesn't work out well for me
  14. [TOTALLY VANILLA] Retail Snow Leopard

    Hey, I followed your guide and got Snow Leopard up and running successfully on my Hack ! There seems to be a problem with the USB however. My iPod touch, USB HDDs/Sticks are not detected by Snow Leopard. Anyway to fix ? Specs in my signature SOLVED: Copied IOUSBFamily.kext and IOUSBMassStorage from Leopard to Snow Leopard [/s/L/E] Now I'm on a fairly decent Vanilla Snow Leopard installation thanks to this guide Sound working [AppleHDA + HDAEnabler Fixes], USB working [iOUSBFamily.kext and IOUSBMassStorage from Leopard], Ethernet working OOB
  15. Hey, thanks for replying ! I seem to have installed Snow Leopard properly on the HDD. I'm writing this from Snow Leopard There's one problem I'm facing however. My iPod touch, USB HDD/USB Sticks are not being detected, neither in Finder nor in Disk Utility. Help would be of much use. One more thing, inspite of the fact the Snow's not detecting most USB devices, its detecting my wireless USB Mouse + Keyboard and my HP 915 Printer Cheers UPDATE: SOLVED: Copied IOUSBFamily.kext and IOUSBMassStorage from Leopard to Snow Leopard [/s/L/E] Now I'm on a fairly decent Vanilla Snow Leopard installation Sound working [AppleHDA + HDAEnabler Fixes], USB working [iOUSBFamily.kext and IOUSBMassStorage from Leopard], Ethernet working OOB
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