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fyodor123

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  1. @oSxFr33k it founds 12 wrmsr and doesn't work.
  2. Random Kernel Panic

    Hi @Vlad. Same problem has happened to me. I am using voodooHDA for sound. And I deleted AppleHDA. Because using these two together causes kernel panic. But real problem in here is IOAudioFamily kext. You should use old one that comes with snow leo. I m attaching IOAudioFamily kext that i use IOAudioFamily.kext.zip
  3. Yes but what if it becomes unchangeable in version 10.9 I ment that in my previous post.
  4. Guys just read GateKeeper section. "Now you can choose from three security options. You can download and run applications from anywhere, just as in OS X Lion. To be even safer, download and run apps from the Mac App Store and apps with a Developer ID. Or download and run only apps from the Mac App Store — the safest setting of all." It seems we might need to use jailbroke apps in the future for os x
  5. Suddenly Started Getting "boot0: done" Hang

    Plug in any live linux dvd and recover your files. Most of the linux distros are ablo to mount hfs+ disks. Do you access your mac drive via windows? Maybe that is the couse.
  6. Suddenly Started Getting "boot0: done" Hang

    It happened to me dude. I don't know but I guess efi partition messed up (the one that has 200 mb space). Every chameleon I've tried hanged. So I put Gparted Live cd to pc and format disc. Then chameleon boot without hang.
  7. A lot of disk operation

    Hello. I'm using hackintosh to develop iOS apps. When I start editing a nib file in Xcode my pc begins slow down. I checked Activity Monitor and i saw a lot of disk writing operation. And these lines was in my kernel log. Jan 24 22:51:49 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: (default pager): [KERNEL]: ps_allocate_cluster - send HI_WAT_ALERT Jan 24 22:51:50 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: macx_swapon SUCCESS Jan 24 23:06:04 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: (default pager): [KERNEL]: ps_select_segment - send HI_WAT_ALERT Jan 24 23:06:04 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: macx_swapon SUCCESS Jan 24 23:06:21 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: (default pager): [KERNEL]: ps_select_segment - send HI_WAT_ALERT Jan 24 23:06:22 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: macx_swapon SUCCESS Jan 24 23:07:42 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: (default pager): [KERNEL]: ps_select_segment - send HI_WAT_ALERT Jan 24 23:07:42 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: macx_swapon SUCCESS Jan 24 23:08:16 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: (default pager): [KERNEL]: ps_select_segment - send HI_WAT_ALERT Jan 24 23:08:19 Mustafa-MacBook-Pro kernel[0]: macx_swapon SUCCESS Please can someone help me to solve this. Developing iOS apps is my only reason to have hackintosh.
  8. Hello my laptop is an Asus device. Some dsdt values are different than as in HP dsdt. First i started to read acpi spesifications to understand the language. So i can dissect my code and try to understand what it means. But there is some parts that i can't understand yet. For example my _BIF method starts like this: If (LNot (^^SBRG.EC0.BATP (Zero))) { Return (NBIF) } And the BATP method looks like this: Method (BATP, 1, Serialized) { If (Arg0) { Return (DCP2) } Else { Return (DCPF) } } Since we send zero to BATP method it should return DCPF and DCPF is in Field (RAMW, AnyAcc, NoLock, Preserve) and declerated like DCPF 8, Here first question is coming. What kind of data is DCPF? Is it boolean or integer or char? (I'm c/c++ programmer). Let's assume LNot(DCPF) produces a boolean true value and then _BIF returns NBIF. According to acpi specs _BIF method returns a package. Like this: Package { Power Unit // Integer (DWORD) Design Capacity // Integer (DWORD) Last Full Charge Capacity // Integer (DWORD) Battery Technology // Integer (DWORD) Design Voltage // Integer (DWORD) Design Capacity of Warning // Integer (DWORD) Design Capacity of Low // Integer (DWORD) Battery Capacity Granularity 1 // Integer (DWORD) Battery Capacity Granularity 2 // Integer (DWORD) Model Number // String (ASCIIZ) Serial Number // String (ASCIIZ) Battery Type // String (ASCIIZ) OEM Information // String (ASCIIZ) } My NBIF decleration looks like this: Name (NBIF, Package (0x0D) { Zero, Ones, Ones, One, Ones, Ones, Ones, Ones, Ones, "", "", "", "" }) How can this zero, one and ones match? what does ones mean? Is it hex looks like 0x11111111 or what? Thank you. That's all for now.
  9. Hi @Zprood I coldn't make it. Kext is loaded but it always show %0 percentage. Can you look at my dsdt please.
  10. Good work mate. But no success either. NoNvidia.kext is loaded succesfully but it breaks boot. This is wierd because i have asus n53sn. Only differences between your pc and mine is that i have nvidia geforce gt550m 2gb. I also added gt550m's device id which is 0x0df610de. And i would like to ask which kexts you use for battery manager and touchpad?.
  11. Thank you very much Mald0n. I am big fan of you
  12. Here it is. I am also using modified or snow leopard IO80211.kext for atheros ar9285. Thanks fyodor_send_me.zip
  13. Thank you. But my computer isn't in the patch list. Can you take a look my dsdt please?
  14. Hi Mald0n. I can't download dsdt auto patcher. Where can i download it?
  15. Hey guys. I found a dsdt which is fixed for asus n73sv. I used it and it fixed my screen problem. Now i have full graphic acceleration via intel hd3000. But still there is some other issues. Sleep, restart, shutdown does not work properly. And during boot it always repairs kext caches. It takes almost one and half minutes to boot up. Could someone help me? Thanks again.
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