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  1. Hi, thanks for your information. And I'd like to know can you use Lion with 64 bit kernel in this configuration?
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    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Thanks for your effort! You made hacintosh much easier.
  3. It's pretty sad, seems not work for me. After use this driver, NIC can be recognized in Network utility, connection status seems OK, the status can change if I plugin or unplug the cable, MAC address also correct too. But cannot get IP address via DHCP, I set the IP address manually, everything seems right, but I cannot connect to other machine in the network. Try to ping any IP of network, it always request time out, and other cannot ping it too. Also try to set the parameters manually like the connection speed or MTU etc., but no luck. I set arch=i386 to boot my hacintosh, and I confirm that no errors when i issue the command kextload AppleYukon.kext. My router is Buffalo wzr-hp-g300nh, I also tried to use a 100MB switch instead of router, still no luck.
  4. I will try this driver later at home.
  5. Thank you very much! I got ZOTAC IONITX A-B (retail for HongKong) this week, and successful install Snow Leopard 10.6.3 by following your guide. Everything works fine! But the Start up and shutdown speed very slow. Start up need takes more than 90 circle on white apple logo. I have another MCP79 chipset mobo with Core 2 Duo E6550, it takes less than 20 circle only. My configuration: ZONTAC IONITX A-B 2GB Mem, VRAM set to 256MB (I modified your dsdt to fit my one) WD3200BEVT attached to SATA 1 port (2.5 inch 5400RMP disk)
  6. I would like to thanks all of you here, because I learn so many from you guys. Especially thanks to FrodoKenny, because I successfully modified the dsdt.aml by reading his post in Post #355 of this thread: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...8416&st=340 But please forgive my pool english at first, I'm from China, and the MOBO that I used is not a famous brand. Now I had Leopard 10.5.6 and Snow Leopard 10.6 installed on a same hard drive with GPT. Both are updated to latest patches, 10.5.8 and 10.6.2, and no need to change anything after update. I installed Chameleon 2.0 RC3 658 onto my EFI partition, use one EFI partition to load my Leopard and Snow Leopard. Here is my hardware configuration: MOBO : Onda N7AS (MCP79) CPU : Intel Core 2 Duo E6650 2.33GHz without OC Video : Integrated NV9300GS (works fine with the dsdt.aml inject) Audio : Realtek ALC 883 HDA (need legacyhda driver with dsdt.aml inject) NIC : Marvell 88E056 I suggest you install the Snow Leopard directly, here is the setup guide: 1. BIOS need to modify if the dsdt.aml won't work(I didn't test this because I modified the BIOS, removed the CPU alias). 2. Change the SATA option to AHCI. 3. Change the USB 2.0 Controller Mode to FullSpeed, it will save your time if reboot the system. The USB speed seems no change in Windows7 or Leopard/Snow Leopard, the speed can up to 30MB/s when I copy data to the hard drive. 4. Need Leopard or Snow Leopard retail DVD, I restore the DMG to a USB thumb drive instead of using DVD. 5. To create a boot loader for the Leopard / Snow Leopard retail DVD. I use Chameleon 2.0 RC3 658, run the pkg installer to install Chameleon to the USB thumb drive. My 8GB USB thumb drive had 2 partition, the first one is 200MB for the Chameleon, and the left space for the retail DVD. 6. Copy the provided smbios.plist, dsdt.aml and drivers to the Extra folder.(all these files will copy to EFI partition later) You should modify the smbios.plist for your hardware. You should notice that 10.5 and 10.6 folders in Extra, yes you need to put the Leopard driver in folder 10.5 and Snow Leopard driver in folder 10.6. 7. Boot the system up with the USB thumb drive, select the retail DVD partiton, you will see the installation wizard, the QE/CI works fine during installation with this dsdt.aml! 8. Everything works fine except the shutdown and sleep. The shutdown will not power off, I always reboot instead of shutdown, then press power button when reboot to the self post screen. The sleep cannot wake up, I have not test the sleep enabler yet. Restart works fine, just few seconds if you changed the USB 2.0 Controller Mode to FullSpeed. otherwise will take long time, even more than 2 minutes. 9. Make the EFI partition boot happen, just refer to this thread, but a little difference, because I use Chameleon to boot up Leopard and Snow Leopard, the Extensions will be relocated to the folder 10.5 or 10.6. http://forum.voodooprojects.org/index.php/topic,649.0.html Here you are the dsdt.aml, smbios.plist and drivers for Leopard and Snow Leopard: Extra.zip
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    DWL-G122 C1 not working on 10.6.1?

    Thanks for sharing!
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    AMD 8GB Ram

    Seems I' m a lucky guy, it works fine on my desktop, and I did not add any kernel flag for my system. My system is : AMD 4200+ running on native speed Unika UR78G-HDMI 8GB Memory Winfast 7600GT I think you should check the Video driver because the blank blue screen, because I found most of blank blue screen occurred when you got wrong Video driver. I intalled Kalyway 10.5.2 and NVinject 0.2.1 my system, everything works fine except sleep. you can try it.
  9. It's should be OK for your AMD host PC to install Kalyway 10.5.2 on VMware workstaion 6.5. I tested on my PC with AMD 4200+ on VMware workstation 6.5.2, here are some reference for you: 1. you need to create the hard drive and cdrom with SCSI interface for the virtual machine. 2. you need to make sure the NIC simulate as Intel 82540EM, the easy way is create a Free BSD 64 bit virtual machine. 3. please select the AMD patch 1 for installing the Leopard on a AMD system notes for the NIC: the NIC will work for you virtual machine only use DHCP, the easy way is set the NIC as NAT for the VM the NIC will always shows in no connection state, but it really can work if using DHCP. I hope can help you.
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    Need Help with Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS

    My XFX 8400GS works fine with patched NVinject 0.2.0, i patched it myself by these procedures: NVinject 0.2.0 during Kalyway 10.5.2 install (choose Nvidia 256MB) DVI output needs NVCAP edit: Right Click /System/Library/Extensions/NVInject.kext choose "Show Package Contents" Copy Info.plist to ~/Desktop Open Info.plist copy with Plist Editor Replace NVCAP string with 04000000 00000300 04000000 00000007 00000000 Save copy of info.plist and copy back to NVInject.kext contents|QE/CI both work The link for details: http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/HCL_10.5.2 Other solutions: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=126284 http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=139203