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Gamamou

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  1. AppleHDA patching in Mountain Lion

    Hi Marsus, In your DSDT I noticed that your layout ID has: "layout-id", Buffer (0x04) { [color=#ff0000][b]0x1C,[/b][/color] 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 // Should the highlighted value not be [color=#ff0000]0x0C[/color] or 12 instead of 28 (0x1c)? }, Just making sure I am a noob when it come to DSDT editing. Thanks
  2. AppleHDA patching in Mountain Lion

    Hello there, I have the following audio in my Dell e6520 "IDT 92HD75B3" and was wondering how to get audio working. Is it correct to state that to get it working in Mountain Lion, I need to simply use the installer posted by Bcc9 in post #4 in this thread or there to be done before I can get my audio working. I am still trying to wrap my head around audio kext patching. How do I find my layout and the things that you guys talk about in this thread. Please bear with me as I am new. Please point me to the proper set of steps to take to get my audio working. I have extracted my codec dump from Ubuntu live CD for easy reference. First file is for IDT onboard card and the second one is for HDMI audio on my nVidia NVS4200M card. I have just managed to get my internal speakers to work with my IDT 92HD90BXX card, but I don't know whether it is correctly done or not? Could you please take a look and let me know how best to improve it? The only other question remaining for me now is to make the onboard nVidia NVS 4200M HDMI audio work and I really hope bcc9 or some of you experienced guys will help. Thanks in advance for your help. codec_dump.txt codec_dump#2.txt
  3. HP Envy14T-2000 DSDT Patch Request

    Hi, I have successfully extracted the attached DSDT, but I am not able to compile it. The compiler continues to give me errors every time I try compiling it. Would you please help with it? It has the following specs: Intel i7-2630QM 6GB RAM Graphic cards ATI Radeon HD 6630M (VENDOR ID 1002 & DEVICE ID 6741) Mobile Intel HD Graphics (VENDOR ID 8086 & DEVICE ID 0116) DSDT_EnvyT_2000_CTO.zip
  4. DSDT Patch Request - HP Envy 17 2101ea

    If you are still experiencing the black screen issue with your laptop try the following once it finishes booting up: increase the brightness by pressing F3 key directly. I encountered the same behavior with my HP ENVY14T, when I tried Ubuntu on it. I would install properly and boot up, but once it is up the screen goes completely black. I got the hint from another website for Ubuntu users: http://forum.notebookreview.com/hp-envy-hd...-envy-14-a.html. Hope this helps.
  5. Problems with my Chameleon

    Hello everyone, I have been able to install and boot Snow Leopard 10.6 Retail on Lenovo ThinkPad R61i. My problem now is that I am not able to proceed to full operation of SL. I get to waiting for DSMOS message and the system just stays there. I have not installed Chameleon and I am now wondering whether I should install it at all or just deal with the Kext for my system? On the same hard drive I am dualbooting with Ubuntu 10.10. Using the installed Ubuntu I was able to extract my DSDT.aml and put on the root of my Snow Leopard partition. Does anyone know if I will be able to run Snow Leopard without Chameleon and if yes, what steps do I need to take to make it fully functional?
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