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  1. Ok, I just fixed my issue by using the AppleACPIPlatform.kext rollback. First backup your original AppleACPIPlatform.kext and then replace it with this one. Worked for me. AppleACPIPlatform.kext.zip
  2. No.. I have an ssdt, dsdt and those kexts i mentioned above.
  3. Hey guys, So I followed this guide on doing a vanilla install: http://www.insanelym...-for-beginners/ Everything went smooth, other than the fact that I can only boot to desktop using safe mode (-x). In addition to following the guide, I've patched my bios, installed some kexts (FakeSMC.kext, AppleIntelE1000e.kext inside IONetworkingFamily.kext, AppleHDA.kext, and HDAEnabler1.kext for my ALC898) and created an ssdt.aml to allow for Ivy Bridge native sleep support. When booting in normal verbose mode (-v) I get the following output: Please Help! UPDATE: I had to use a rollback version AppleACPIPlatform.kext. See post #5 below for kext.
  4. Hey guys, So I followed this guide on doing a vanilla install: http://www.insanelym...-for-beginners/ Everything went smooth, other than the fact that I can only boot to desktop using safe mode (-x). In addition to following the guide, I've patched my bios, installed some kexts (FakeSMC.kext, AppleIntelE1000e.kext inside IONetworkingFamily.kext, AppleHDA.kext, and HDAEnabler1.kext for my ALC898) and created an ssdt.aml to allow for Ivy Bridge native sleep support. When booting in normal verbose mode (-v) I get the following output: boot_log.JPG Please Help!
  5. Geforce 500 Series

    patiently awaiting... GTX 580 support.
  6. P5k3 Leopard Install Guide

    Did you try without using the sudo command?.. and also, I'm not sure this patch will work with your motherboard. As the topic states... P5K3
  7. P5k3 Leopard Install Guide

    Added some kext files to the patch for Time Machine, Onbaord LAN, and Onboard Sound Enjoy!
  8. P5k3 Leopard Install Guide

    It should work with your motherboard. Also, I have 4 hard drives. 1 with leopard on it, and the other 3 I configured into a RAID with DiskUtil after the Leopard install. As far as the Jmicron controller... yes you will need to always keep it disabled. Leopard doesn't even recognize anything used by it. I'm not sure about the errors... but if others say it's ok.. then it should be... hopefully I am definitely going to add the device and IONetworkingFamily kexts in too!
  9. P5k3 Leopard Install Guide

    You have the wrong DVD... It fits on a DVD. It's somewhere demonic. I have none of the issues you are mentioning. Hmm. No, mine does not include any of the changes that his newest post patch has.. I will look at it, and update my file with his latest updates.
  10. P5k3 Leopard Install Guide

    The link is now on rapidshare You won't have to wait long... I can guarantee that. Yes... i added files to the patcher instead of having them already on the hard drive (ie startupfiletool). A lot of the patch stuff out there is if you have tiger installed already. I didn't on this computer, so I also changed the script files to run off of absolute paths (ie /Volumes/PATCHER...) instead of cd .. cd .. cd Volumes/Patcher etc... Glad I could help!
  11. P5k3 Leopard Install Guide

    It should work. I did nothing specifically with my board except the bios. The modifications I made were specifically for the patcher to work better. The patched dvd was made for a p35 board and not my board specifically so it contains kext files that should work for your board as well. nate
  12. P5k3 Leopard Install Guide

    It should work... most of the stuff I changed was just so the PATCHER would work better.
  13. P5k3 Leopard Install Guide EDITED 11/09/07 I added some more kext files for the Time Machine Fix, Onboard Lan, and Onboard sound! If you have previously installed leopard... you can re-run the post patch script to add new kexts. Good luck and enjoy!!! Also, if any of you are having weird disconnection or dns issues with your internet connection, this is a known leopard issue. Do the following to resolve it: Set your own DNS-Servers, under Network "Advanced..." --> DNS e.g. Add the following to what is already in there: 4.2.2.2 & 141.1.1.1 Normally only your Router will be listed. then in terminal: sudo dscacheutil -flushcache END OF EDIT First of all I want to thank all those involved with making this stuff available to us. Obviously, there has been a lot of sleepless hours spent on our behalf. Many thanks to BrazilMAC, Isoripper, and all the other devs who have made this possible. I used most of what BrazilMAC and others have posted, but made some modifications based on my system setup. Some things you need for this install: - BrazilMAC Patched Leopard 9a581 GM Image (Isoripper) - USB Drive which you name PATCHER (all caps) - SATA DVD-RW drive - My modified zip file - Updated 11/09/07 Burn the image to a Single Layer DVD; Format your Thumb Drive!!! This should be FAT32!!!!! It needs to be readable by the terminal when we access it; Also, the drive label should be "PATCHER". This is very IMPORTANT, since the latter will spit out an error!! When you format, make sure it is named PATCHER! ALL CAPS! Now, unzip the archive nateleav76_mod_p5k3_patch.zip to your desktop. Move all files within the folder nateleav76_mod_p5k3_patch to your thumb drive. After doing so PATCHER should contain the following: 1 folder named "files"; 1 folder named "resources"; 1 folder named "leopatch"; 1 file named "9a581-patch.sh" 1 file named "9a581PostPatch.sh" ** Make sure your DVD drive and the Hard drive you will be installing Leopard on are plugged into the red SATA plugs (4 of them) on your motherboard. FIXING BIOS Go into your BIOS by hitting the DELETE key upon booting up In BOOT - Boot Device Priority - Set DVD to be first In Advanced - Onboard Devices - Disable J-Micron Controller In Main - SATA Config - Configure SATA as AHCI Hit F10, Save Yes, Reboot INSTALLING LEOPARD Now lets install Leopard. Insert the DVD on your computer and make sure you boot from the DVD. Usually thats done if you press F12 or whatever key combination to give you the option to choose what disk/cd drive you want to boot from. Select your CD/DVD drive; After the installer has loaded (it will take a while, be patient) select your language and make sure you hit CUSTOMIZE. Unselect all packages there!!! Leopard will now install. It may take 15 minutes or so and it will be all done. Click Reboot. Make sure that your USB/Pen Drive is connected to your pc!! During the reboot, also make sure you do the same step above: Press whatever key combination to give you the option to choose your boot device: Again select your CD/DVD drive. DON'T boot into leopard yet! When the Darwin bootloader shows up, Hit F8; When you see the prompt, type -s and hit enter. The DVD will now load in verbose mode. Watch for any panics! It should load without a problem (of course, if you already installed, its all good!) Once the setup is loaded, select your language. When the welcome screens shows up, select UTILITIES-TERMINAL. The terminal will now open. We will now browse to our Thumb Drive; In the command line, type: cd /Volumes/PATCHER We'll now run the script: ./9a581PostPatch.sh Let it run. You can answer yes when removing the ACPUPowerManagement kext After the script is done, reboot. You should now be able to boot into Leopard!!! (probably with the dvd drive in.. make sure when the Darwin Bootloader comes up you hit 'Enter' before the countdown expires) If you have problems booting into leopard without the DVD in, follow directions below: Somehow, The Leopard Installation process does no make the partition bootable. You need to do this yourself (working on a fix). Within Leopard: Open DiskUtils (applications > Utilities) Click on the Leopard Partition and click Info Write down what disk it is: diskXsx (example Disk0s1) Close DiskUtils · Open up terminal. This is what you do (quoted text is what terminal will show after the commands you enter): sudo cp /Volumes/PATCHER/files/i386/boot1h /usr/standalone/i386/ (replace if prompted) sudo fdisk -e /dev/rdiskX ( replace X and x with the disk/partition you wrote down above)' fdisk: 1> update 'Machine code updated.' fdisk:*1> f 1 'Partition 1 marked active.' fdisk:*1> w 'Device could not be accessed exclusively.' A reboot will be needed for changes to take effect. OK? [n] y 'Writing MBR at offset 0.' fdisk: 1> q Reboot computer again with DVD.. boot the DVD. After welcome and Language.. from Utilites Open DiskUtils Click on the Leopard Partition and click Info Write down what disk it is on: diskXsx (example Disk0s1 could have changed from above) Now click the Unmount button Close DiskUtil and open Terminal · Ok, now lets put the file “boot1h” in the beginning of the partition: In terminal, type: cd /Volumes/PATCHER/i386 folder Then type this: sudo dd if=boot1h of=/dev/rdiskXsx bs=512 count=1 (replace X's with disk you wrote down above ** if you get error of no dd that is ok.. move on) · Now, lets run the startup tool to embed the boot code: cd /Volumes/PATCHER/files and then type this: sudo startupfiletool -v /dev/rdiskXsx boot · And last, lets give the pope’s blessing to the partition: sudo bless -device /dev/diskXsx -setBoot –verbose Reboot and take the DVD drive out. Upon reboot you'll see a blinkinb _ wait for a few seconds, then it should startup on it's own. YOU'RE DONE! I think I remembered everything... if not, post any issues you are having.
  14. SSH!

    can you ping the appletv? if so, then it sounds like a firewall problem to me.
  15. Graphic card Help

    http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...hl=geforce+7800
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