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the_indrewder

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  1. Well, I have an ALC889a, but the two are the same. Just as in his screenshot, I see the layout ID being 885, with the list of the various input/output ports below it. Altering my DSDT to use layout-id 0x42 results in the layout ID switching to 66, shown in System Info (with the list of ports below it still). System Prefs doesn't show these ports, though. I'm not using any enablers, and have the vanilla 10.9 AppleHDA in S/L/E (on DP3 at the moment). I just found that System Info reports AppleHDA.kext as not being loaded, but I'm not sure why... :/
  2. I'm having the exact same issue - with the same HDEF portion of my DSDT as @asapreta, just altering layout-id to 0x42. Profiler shows the list of sound ports, but nothing in Prefs.
  3. Lifehacker Guide with GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard

    Disable "Quick Boot" in your BIOS and that error will go away.
  4. Lifehacker Guide with GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard

    Yes, I'm running v3.
  5. Lifehacker Guide with GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard

    I have gotten my build fully functional and running on 10.6.2 (my build is identical to the lifehacker setup). There is one thing that is not working for me, and that is sleep. The hack goes INTO sleep perfectly, but when I go to wake it up, all of the fans spin up and it sounds normal but it only does this for about 5 seconds (no video shows up on the monitor though), at which time it will seemingly go back to sleep. A couple of seconds later, the cycle repeats. I have to force shut down the computer at this point. Any idea why this happens?
  6. Lifehacker Guide with GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard

    My build is identical to the lifehacker build. In 10.6.2, my HDMI>DVI cable to my HDTV (Plasma LG) worked perfectly fine (no alterations to any kexts to make it work). After the 10.6.3 update, I boot into OSX fine but I get a blank screen on my TV.. DVI>VGA adapter to a normal computer monitor works fine. Any ways to fix this? Thanks
  7. Lifehacker Guide with GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard

    It's alright, I figured it out. Thanks though!
  8. Lifehacker Guide with GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard

    I set up a RAID0 with 2 1.5 TB drives using Disk Utility when installing Snow Leopard. I can boot fine when booting off the usb stick and then selecting the first of the two drives. I ran the installer (version 3) on the raid setup and then tried to boot from the raid0 without the usb key.. no go. I get stuck at verifying DMI pool data. Any suggestions as to what to do?
  9. Lifehacker Guide with GA-EP45-UD3P Motherboard

    I also had a firewave and I can confirm it causes a slew of kernel panics all over the place. However, I have 5.1 sound on the onboard card. I'm using optical SPDIF and dolby digital passthrough (5.1) works awesome. I have tested this with EyeTV, DVD Player, and VLC.
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