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  1. Here is a good guide http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...p;mode=threaded however, I have problems with shutdown. The board doesn't power off completely, the power led powers off but not the cpu fan and usb disk.
  2. Hi, thank you for valuable information! I tried both of your dsdt's on my zotac h55 itx (I don't really know if it's C-E), but it didn't fix my shutdown problem (only dsdt, applehda and fakesmc was installed). At least the power led powers off now but the cpu fan and usb drive is still on. The original install I did was based on [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] with ev0reboot, but then it rebooted after shutdown. I'm still booting an usb install, so maybe it's something related to this. I will check the bios version as well and investigate which motherboard revision I have. By the way, if you have the ralink wifi chip it's possible to install the leopard version here (rt2860), http://www.ralinktech.com/support.php?s=3 and boot with 32 bit kernel to get wifi working. cheers
  3. DVI to HDMI

    Yes it will work, if you mean 8800gt->dvi->hdmi->monitor.
  4. GeForce 200 series support

    I got my gainward geforce 210 to work (tested in 10.6.4) using the EFI string linked in HCL 10.6.3, but no luck with dual display so far.
  5. GeForce 200 series support

    Is this going to work under 10.5 as well?
  6. Is it possible to boot 64 bit kernel from the RAID as well?
  7. VoodooPower 1.2.3

    I have the same cpu and I've locked it to 1600MHz and the lowest voltage which is 1162 mV. To edit this you will have to open the Info.plist file located under VoodooPower.kext/Contents/Info.plist. To change the default cpu frequency to the lowest multiplier change to this value (under PowerControl, OnAC): <key>PStateLimitHigh</key> <integer>32</integer> To change the default voltage: <key>UserVoltageMax</key> <integer>1162</integer> <key>UserVoltageMin</key> <integer>1162</integer> <key>VoltageOverride</key> <true/> <key>VoltageProbe</key> <true/>
  8. Geforce GT 210 setup?

    Do I need snow leo for this card or is it possible in leopard? It's not possible to load a graphics driver from 10.6 in 10.5 is it?
  9. ATI Radeon HD4350 PCIe

    To fix this you can open the com.apple.Boot.plist file on your boot volume and add this below "<key>Kernel Flags</key>": <string>arch=i386 boot-uuid=put your uuid here</string> You can check your uuid in disk utility by rightclicking the volume and choose "Information".
  10. ATI Radeon HD4350 PCIe

    I think it could be that this card currently only works with DVI, I've not seen anyone to confirm that VGA works. So if you have a VGA monitor and could test it would be great
  11. ATI Radeon HD4350 PCIe

    Are you using VGA or DVI, does HDMI work?
  12. Terratec Phase X24

    for unloading: sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleFWAudio.kext and for loading: sudo kextload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleFWAudio.kext to stop and start the PhaseXXService if it's installed with the pkg sudo /sbin/SystemStarter stop PhaseXXService sudo /sbin/SystemStarter start PhaseXXService
  13. Terratec Phase X24

    Try to manually unload and load the AppleFWAudio.kext then, it should work. I experienced a lot of problems (long boot time also) when using the default installation of the Terratec driver which uses a script in StartupItems, when I removed this and started the client manually it worked well. I'm running the Terratec control panel for snow leopard now and it works in 64 bit mode, I suppose it's only a recompile for the new kernel.
  14. Terratec Phase X24

    I've been using the phase x24 firewire card on snow leopard with ableton live without problems, and without the terratec control panel. The snow leopard kext works well in both the 32 and 64 bit kernel. You can change the default output channels in Audio MIDI Setup by selecting "Configure Speakers" and then choose channels. However, if you want to change the channel routing, for example analog in -> digital out, then you need the terratec control panel, which only works on the 32 bit kernel if you load it manually in the terminal after boot (I have the driver on my desktop): Desktop/Phase/Archive/usr/local/bin/PhaseXXService Great! I will try the driver at once.
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