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Don Quijote

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  1. Check http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/298806-guide-how-to-fix-appstore-ibooks-icloud/ and http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/302347-clover-imessagefacetime-fix-for-yosemite/
  2. You can fix your current install by running the steps from 3. Post installation till the end, after you have booted from an USB stick. Or follow all the steps for a clean install.
  3. Updated to 10.9.3 and it's all running smooth. Didn't had much hopes about CUDA, thanks for clarifying it though. P.S. Feels good to come back to OS X after like 2 years. Had it as the only OS back then, when I had a Dell Latitude D620 with OS X 10.7 on it. Always wished to come back to it ever since, but the projects I was working on kept me tied to Windows. Now, since I can do again what I like, I took the plunge and reinstalled OS X on my current laptop. Your guide fitted like a glove. I can't tell I really miss the Nvidia card, since I never used this laptop for games.
  4. Thanks a lot for this. If I'm not asking too much, any chance to do the same for AppleHDA.kext that comes with 10.9.3? Or some small guide to port the changes you did for this one? And did anyone tried to used CUDA with the OS X? I wonder if it might work. I know that for displaying 3D our internal nVidia card will never work, since OS X does not support Optimus, but CUDA is accessing the GPU differently (for example in Linux one doesn't needs bumblebee active in order for CUDA to work, just needs the drivers installed).
  5. Don Quijote

    Sigmatel 9200

    Disable (delete) AppleHDA.kext and use VoodooHDA.
  6. I'm not an expert in dsdt, but i think that the power button can bring the menu only when running on a laptop. Glad it worked the fix. I've also changed AZAL with HDEF in you dsdt (purelly cosmetic) and fixed some warnings. Maybe modifing the plist can help you. In dsdt you can only define onboard devices. But that's another discussion, out of the current topic. Please open a new one or write in the corresponding one about your problem.
  7. here you go. report back with results. dsdt_fcbayern.zip
  8. try this dsdt. included both compiled and decompiled version. put compiled version in /Extra, reboot and report. dsdt_mrhanky.zip
  9. post uour dsdt.aml here. as soon as i'll get some available time for it i'll do it for you.
  10. Here you go. Try sleep with this one (I've included both compiled and decompiled version, you can simply copy the compiled aml to /Extra and reboot) dsdt_Flashe.zip
  11. You need to copy both IOAudioFamily.kext and OSvKernDSPLib.kext to /D/S/L/E/ and then modify both Info.plist to contain <key>OSBundleRequired</key> <string>Root</string> Then you will be able to load VoodooHDA from /D/S/L/E/
  12. This is a great bootloader indeed. With this last version my rig have finally became an 100% fully functional Hackintosh (everything worked before, but I didn't had restart and shutdown, even with OpenHaltRestart). Now everything works perfect:video, sound, lan, usb, sleep, restart, shutdown. And I fixed my problem with booting default after 0 seconds by pressing Alt like crazy before boot and managed this way to acces boot menu and change default settings. Once again, a perfect bootloader. Thanks again xiezhy.
  13. xiezhy, excelent bootloader. My Snow Leo instalation is stable as a rock, boots very fast and with no problems. I have only one question. I accidently issued the command # b=0 instead #b=1 (i wanted a very small timeout, so I can enter commands only if I really need to) but right now I no longer have access to boot GUI and options, it boots instantly. I've tried holding Alt, Ctr, Ctrl-S, Ctrl-V or Shift at startup, but they don't work. Is there any way to restore boot time-out? Thank you for your excelent work and product again.
  14. System Preferences - Appearance - Double click a window's title bar to minimize
  15. Launch Terminal and execute inside sudo chown -R 0:0 /Extra/ sudo chmod -R 755 /Extra/ Then rebuild your Extensions.mkext to include both /S/L/E and /E/E, as described earlier
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