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About quangdx

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  1. The first time I installed OSX on my P1610 I used Kalyway 10.5.2, it was pretty successful, but there were a few remaining issues and it was a lot of hard work. Quite a few months down the line and much has improved in the world of hackintosh, My latest install is with iAtkos v7, which can be found at any good torrent search. I do suggest burning the disc at the slowest speed possible to minimise errors on the DVDR. Here is how I installed iAtkos v7 OS X 10.5.7 on my Fujitsu P1610. I'm not guaranteeing it will work for you, it's just how I did it. MANY MANY THANKS to all that put the work in to make this possible. <Preparation> ------------- The very first thing I did was replace the standard Atheros WiFi card in my P1610, with a Airport compatible 802.11N Broadcom based WiFi card, that I picked up off eBay. No idea if iAtkos v7 supports the original Atheros card as I got rid of ages ago. Downloaded and burned the iAtkos v7 disc image at x2 speed. Plug in my external USB DVD rom and put the iAtkos v7 disc in. Turn on your Fujitsu Lifebook P1610 and at the POST screen hit F2 to enter the BIOS. In the BIOS go over to Boot and down to Boot Device Priority. in the list of Boot priority order, I removed everything except CD/DVD drive, hit x to remove or add a device to the list. Hit F10 to save and exit, then enter to confirm. <Installation> -------------- Boot from CD/DVD drive and at the Darwin loader press F8 for options and type -v to boot in verbose mode. Once the installer loads up click the button to continue under utilities menu click on Disk Utility Select the drive in your P1610, then choose the Partition tab. You could create just one partition if you want just Mac OS X, format it in Mac OS Extended (Journaled) format. ---- I have mine setup as a dualboot, Mac OS X and Windows XP Tablet. So created two equal sized paritions the first being a Mac OS Extended (Journaled) the second being (MS-DOS) FAT so I can install Windows XP Tablet to it. Once the partitions are created, I then install Windows XP Tablet as I normally would, during the XP installation I reformat the FAT partition to NTFS. Since it doesn't see the Mac OS Extended (Journaled) partition there is no issues here. After installing Windows XP, boot from the iAtkos disc again with F8 and typing -v. ---- Agree to the edited iAtkos license agreement, Select a Destination - click on the Mac OS partiton, then continue Install Summary - Customize (the following are the options I used, they may not be the best, but they work for me.) -iATKOS v7 Main System -Bootloader --Chameleon v2 -X86 Patches --/Extra directory --DSDT --Decrypters ---AppleDecrypt --SMBIOS drivers ---SMBIOS Enablers ----SMBIOS Resolver ---SMBIOS' for X86 ----AppleSMBIOS-28 --Kernel ---9.7.0 Kernel voodoo --Disabler -Drivers --VGA ---Intel ----GMA 950 -----GMA 950 Laptop --System ---SATA/IDE ----Generic IDE ---CardBus Driver ---USB ---Sound ----Voodoo HDA driver ---PS/2 mouse/keyboard ----Apple PS/2 driver ---Laptop Battery ---NTFS-3G ---Network ----Wireless -----Broadcom BCM43xx -Post-Install Actions Click Done, then Install <Setup> ------- Once the Install has succeeded, click restart, and when you get the Fujitsu POST screen hit F2 to go into the BIOS Unplug the USB DVD drive Remove the CD/DVD drive from the Boot priority order, and re-add the hard drive Drive0: Press F10 to save and exit, then enter to confirm. When you get the Chameleon boot screen, push down three times to select Boot Verbose and hit enter. OSX will start up and you should hear some funky music playing out the speakers, Select Country Keyboard Dou you already own a mac? - Continue Select a wireless Service Enter your Apple ID - you can leave it blank and hit Continue Registration Information - Alt+Q to skip Create Your Account Name and a password Select Time Zone Set the Date and Time Don't Forget to Register - Done <Display> --------- First things first, set the correct screen resolution. Click on System preferences, the metallic looking Cogs icon at the bottom then under the Hardware heading, Displays. select 1280x768 to get the correct resolution. <Ethernet Networking> --------------------- From the menu select Go - Utilities then double click on Teminal Type the following instructions cd /System/Library/Extensions sudo nano IONetworkingFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleYukon.kext/Contents/Info.plist it will ask for your password, if you haven't set one, this won't work. to set a password type passwd into the terminal screen. It will open and display the Info.plist file in the terminal window. Hit Ctrl+w then type 0x436211ab edit that value to read 0x436311ab by changing the 2 to a 3. the hit Ctrl+o to save, hit enter to confirm the filename, then Ctrl+x to exit type sudo rm -r /System/Library/Extensions.mkext then type diskutil repairPermissions / Wait for it to finish repairing all the disk permissions. Click on the Apple symbol at the top left, and select Restart Once again at the Chameleon Boot Loader screen, press Down 3 times to select Boot Verbose When it's all loaded up and you're logged in, load System Preferences and under Internet & Network select the Network icon. It should now add your ethernet network adapter to the network settings and you click OK then Apply. <Keyboard layout> ----------------- http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...st&p=767201 download and install the Microsoft Keyboard layouts, once that's done, restart the computer and go into System Preferences and select International. Select Input Menu. scroll through and check the box for the keyboard you have. mine is British - Microsoft. Then up in the top right you'll see a little Flag where you can click on to change the keyboard layout. <Upgrade to 10.5.8> ------------------- Click on the Apple icon, top right, and select Software update, uncheck the 10.5.8 update for now, and update everything else. once it's all updated and restarted, check for updates again, hopefully there is now only the 10.5.8 update left. Check that and apply that update, it takes a while, but it should restart a couple of times and you'll now have 10.5.8 running on your P1610. <Things that are not working> ----------------------------- Touchscreen, Buttons on the screen bezel, SD card reader. I don't think I'm going to be able to get the Touchscreen to work, as the P1610 uses a serial touchscreen controller, which there doesn't seem to be any support for. Again the same for the buttons on the screen bezel, no support. But I reckon with a bit more hunting around I should be able to get the SD card reader working. Hopefully.
  2. using the AppleHDA.kext gbonilla has worked on here http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=141033 I can hear sound through the headphones and can plug in a mic. but the laptops speaker and mic doesn't work.
  3. many thanks, it all looks a little daunting, but i'll see what i can work out from it.
  4. firstly very excellent work on the current STAC9228 kext file for the Dell, I've installed it on my Fujitsu p1610 which uses the same sound hardware. But currently I only get sound through the headphones, the auto switching works, the volume sliders work, obviously there are differences in the hardware between the dell and fujitsu. could you possibly give me any pointers where I would go about editing the kext, to see if I can get the speakers to work, i guess it's to do with pin configuration, but obviously i don't understand it all really, but i'm willing to learn. thanks.