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  1. Wow, audio appears to be working. Video is still glitchy, only 7mb video ram. Can that be adjusted in bios? Here's the registry. Admin’s iMac.zip
  2. Hi MaLd0n. Have a GA-z270x-UD5 with latest bios F3. Main hd is M2 Samsung 951(ahci). Using built in graphics. Eventually will have GTX 1080 Ti. I have successfully installed and booted to desktop with your config. Added ethernet kext. Here are my files. Thanks! Admin’s iMac.zip
  3. Nvidia GTX 580

    Does anyone know if the GTX 580 can still run under Sierra? What is the last OS version that the 580 had drivers available? Thanks.
  4. I haven't had much luck with kexts going in /Extra. I have everything going in to S/L/E. Haven't seen much of a difference in F13, and haven't had any problems with F12 or F13. Again, might want to download d00d's dsdt and give that run, fixed many of my demons for this board.
  5. I'm running F13 on my ud5 with GTX 580. Have not upgraded to 10.8.3 yet. What boot loader are you using? If you're using Chameleon, make sure it's a newer version if you're using graphics enabler=yes. I inject via DSDT. I had a similar problem with the 580 going to black when I first installed it. My solution was to update graphics section of dsdt to include "NVDA,Parent". There is a good guide for dsdt injection and this video card here. http://rampagedev.wo...rd-into-a-dsdt/ I use d00d's dsdt for native power management here. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/196771-ga-ex58-and-ga-x58a-dsdt-native-power-management-modifications/
  6. You might want to consider heading over to d00d's thread concerning native power management on this board. I have fully functioning sleep capability thanks to his thread on dsdt mods. This board is capable of sleep without adding sleepenabler. The only potential issue is whether the timed sleep works, which typically has to do with your optical drive. Then just add KWS's PenntNeu-script to your startup. No problem. I'm glad I was able to give back a little bit.
  7. I did read the thread. Just looked like you were doing things the hard way. That's why I posted.
  8. Hi DD. Long time user of the script, and it has been an invaluable tool. I'm not sure if this has been discussed, but I was having problems using the Plist editor when I was trying to enable C-states and P-states for the new Chameleon RC5. Under the script, I was using the "enable c-states" and "enable p-states" = yes options to use this part of Chameleon. With these options in my com.apple.Boot.plist, I was not able to get this functionality working. After removing them, I finally realized that I had to manually enter "generateCstates" and "generatePstates" = yes before it would work under Chameleon-RC5. I wasn't sure if that was your intention for these commands in the Plist editor, so please ignore this comment if it wasn't. I'm certainly no expert here.
  9. Not prepared to hold hands, (not an expert) but I don't think that you need to use the sleepenabler.kext with your board. My setup is similar, and using d00d's dsdt, you should be able to have native power management, with functioning sleep. I've found that sleepenabler can cause issues. Try removing it, rebuild the cache, and try manually putting your system to sleep, if it goes to sleep, then you're good to go, you may just need to install a script for timed sleep to work. Also, there are all kinds of dsdt options on the first page of this post, concerning functioning audio. For our board, there's even an option of dsdt only modification without kexts for audio. d00d has done a lot of work on this subject, it's all on the first post. d00d- Thanks again!
  10. Hi d00d. This looks to be an excellent topic to follow, as was your MacPro 4,1 thread. Was curious about your memory modules that you are using? Brand, speed, etc.
  11. Hi d00d. Many thanks for all of your hard work on these boards. I have the EX58-UD5 board, and it has been working flawlessly for many months with one exception. I cannot get sleep to work unless I manually execute, or schedule a sleep occurrence. Auto sleep with inactivity does not work, but the display will. Have been using your i7950 dsdt with three changes for audio, network, and multi-graphics. Was wondering if you can think of anything obvious that I am missing?
  12. Thanks, I'll give it a shot.
  13. -pauℓzurrr I have a very similar amd setup to you on an oem board. NForce 430 Chipset (MCP61PM-HM) HP I would like to try this kernel. Would you be willing to share your /extra folder or dsdt? I'm getting a lot of ehci usb errors using modbin.test7. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Here's my other post with dsdt: Post
  14. AMD-Nforce 430 based motherboard. (MCP61PM-HM) HP-OEM -very limited bios SATA is working with AppleNforce.kext. (DVD-Rom/Hard-Drive) Can boot snow with PCEFI 10.5 and Modbin.Test7 kernel. Problem: USB is very buggy. Lot's of EHCI usb errors on boot- usb bus freezes at desktop. If it doesn't freeze, all usb drives are recognized correctly, but at 1.1 speed. Also, if the USB bus survives the boot process, the system is very stable- no KP's. Was hoping someone could take a look at the DSDT (dsl) for some pointers. Other kexts (dsmos,nullcpupowermanagement,openhaltrestart,platformuuid) dsdt.zip
  15. AMD-Nforce 430 based motherboard. (MCP61PM-HM) HP-OEM -very limited bios SATA is working with AppleNforce.kext. (DVD-Rom/Hard-Drive) Can boot snow with PCEFI 10.5 and Modbin.Test7 kernel. Problem: USB is very buggy. Lot's of EHCI usb errors on boot- usb bus freezes at desktop. If it doesn't freeze, all usb drives are recognized correctly, but at 1.1 speed. Also, if the USB bus survives the boot process, the system is very stable- no KP's. Was hoping someone could take a look at the DSDT (dsl) for some pointers. Other kexts (dsmos,nullcpupowermanagement,openhaltrestart,platformuuid) dsdt.zip
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