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  1. Confirming successful boot after the running the updated patch. I believe people reporting failures need to increase the default delay for their particular case.
  2. I'm unable to boot to 10.8.2 without -f, and the binary has changed since 10.8.1 - your patch doesn't apply, as the bytes have changed.
  3. 10.8.2 is live with the size increase to 180192 bytes.
  4. Thanks z0rglub! Confirming this works for 10.8.1 running on Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 rev 1.3 F12 bios.
  5. HDA Wizard - Simple tool for AppleHDA.kext

    I'm currently running AppleHDA rolledback from 10.6.2 + ALC8xxx.kext on 10.7.2 on Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R rev 2.1 F4, and am trying to move to this method instead. I've been studying the ALC8xxx.kext trying to extract the layout etc xmls, but no matter what I try I get assertion failed on boot. Could anyone please describe how do you get the data for the 3 xml files? I'm ready to test and break stuff on this box just to get the ALC889a added to the HDA Wizard!
  6. Can confirm that post #340 patch fixed this on GA-P35-DS3R running OS X Lion 10.7.2. I've also kept the vanilla AppleRTC.kext in /System/Library/Extensions and placed the patched one into /Extra/Extensions, it overrides during boot!
  7. Hi all, I've managed to get a stable SL 10.6.6 running on my Gigabyte EP35-DS3R system, but am having trouble controlling CPU and SYS_FAN1 fans. My system is: Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3R Rev 2.1 Bios F4 Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 running at 3Ghz 4Gb (2x2) DDR800 RAM running at 1Ghz Zotac Nvidia 9800GT 1Gb I have extracted the original DSDT under Ubuntu and have used various patches found here to get as much functionality as I could. At the moment I've got working: Intel SpeedStep with 4-steps working Sleep/Reboot/Shutdown working 9800GT working via GraphicsEnabler=yes Audio using ALC8xxHDA.kext (EFI/E/E) JMB363 eSATA hot-plug using JMicron36xeSATA.kext (EFI/E/E) Ethernet using RealtekRTL81xx.kext (no Bonjour/TimeMachine with stock driver otherwise) (/S/L/E) CPU/Motherboard/GPU temperature and Fan speed sensors using FakeSMC via SuperIOFamily, IntelThermal and NVClockX plugins. (EFI/E/E) However, I'm unable to control fan speeds, both CPU and SYS_FAN1 connected fans rev up to 100% at power up and stay that way forever. Has anyone been able to achieve variable speeds on this motherboard or the chip is read-only? $ ./SMC_util -l #KEY [ui8 ] (bytes 00 00 00 22) MSSD [si8 ] (bytes 03) OSK0 [ch8*] (bytes 6f 75 72 68 61 72 64 77 6f 72 6b 62 79 74 68 65 73 65 77 6f 72 64 73 67 75 61 72 64 65 64 70 6c) MSPS [{msp] (bytes 00) LSSB [{lso] (bytes 01 01) NVPR [ui8 ] (bytes 00) CLKT [ui32] 210 (bytes 00 00 25 d2) LSOF [flag] (bytes 01) REV [{rev] (bytes 01 30 0f 00 00 03) CLKH [{clh] (bytes 00 00 70 80 00 01 19 40) EPCI [flag] (bytes 01) FNum [ui8 ] (bytes 02) ACID [ch8*] (bytes ba be 3c 45 c0 03 10 43) MOST [ui16] 3 (bytes 80 03) NTOK [ui8 ] (bytes 01) NATJ [ui8 ] (bytes 00) OSK1 [ch8*] (bytes 65 61 73 65 64 6f 6e 74 73 74 65 61 6c 28 63 29 41 70 70 6c 65 43 6f 6d 70 75 74 65 72 49 6e 63) TC0D [sp78] (bytes 1c 00) TC1D [sp78] (bytes 1c 00) TC2D [sp78] (bytes 18 00) TC3D [sp78] (bytes 1a 00) TN0P [sp78] (bytes 24 00) Th0H [sp78] (bytes 1a 00) VC0C [fp2e] (bytes 47 80) VM0R [fp2e] (bytes 79 80) F0Ac [fpe2] 2733 (bytes 2a b4) F0ID [ch8*] (bytes 43 50 55) F1Ac [fpe2] 1158 (bytes 12 18) F1ID [ch8*] (bytes 45 78 68 61 75 73 74) TG0D [sp78] (bytes 29 00) FGC0 [freq] (bytes 02 2b) NATi [ui16] 0 (bytes 00 00) MSDW [ui8 ] (bytes 01) LSSS [ui16] 0 (bytes 02 00) $ ./SMC_util -f Total fans in system: 2 Fan #0: Actual speed : 2836 Key[F0Ac] Minimum speed: 0 Maximum speed: 0 Safe speed : 0 Target speed : 0 Mode : auto Fan #1: Actual speed : 1125 Key[F1Ac] Minimum speed: 0 Maximum speed: 0 Safe speed : 0 Target speed : 0 Mode : auto Here are the original and my patched versions of DSDTs.
  8. suidar, If you have a fresh install of 10.5.7, you can do the modifications on the stock drivers yourself: 1. Go to /System/Library/Extensions/ 2. Show contents for the ATIRadeon.kext 3. edit the Contents/Info.plist with a text editor: 4. Find the <key>IOPCIMatch</key> and replace the contents of the <string> following it with this: <string>0x72441002</string> 5. Do the same in the ATIRadeonX1000.kext/Contents/Info.plist 6. Edit ATIRadeonX1000GA.plugin/Contents/Info.plist, replacing the corresponding block with this: <key>CFPlugInFactories</key> <dict> <key>10027244-0000-0000-0000-000a27898d3e</key> <string>ATIRadeonX1000GAFactory</string> </dict> <key>CFPlugInTypes</key> <dict> <key>ACCF0000-0000-0000-0000-000a2789904e</key> <array> <string>10027244-0000-0000-0000-000a27898d3e</string> </array> </dict> 7. Fix the permissions with Disk Utility or OSx86Tools. After reboot you should have hardware accelerated graphics(hinted by a gfx card's fan revving up on boot) with a single display mode available. If you already have Natit.kext installed, you'll see all the modes available for your display. I've tested this on a fresh install of iAtkos v7. Works like a charm on my Sapphire 1950XT 256Mb. P.S. I was unable to get the drivers working after upgrading to 10.5.8, has anyone succeeded in that?
  9. Yay! Used the ATIRNDRV.kext from this post, repaired permissions, rebooted and QE/CI is back!
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