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  1. Hi guys, I have an Asus P6t Deluxe V2 board with a core i7 920, 12 gigs of ram (6 sticks), running 10.7.2. Everything is pretty much great except for the Kernel Panics I'm getting on restart/shutdown. I've repaired permissions already. Here are some screenshots of the KP after I attempt to restart. As always thanks in advance for looking this over and any suggestions/help/explanations, there is always more to learn with this hacking. https://dl.dumptruck.goldenfrog.com/p/yzVDvmlLq9/Kernel%20panic%202012-08-08%2007-25-33-096.jpg https://dl.dumptruck.goldenfrog.com/p/Pl3BskxBvz/Kernel%20Panic%202012-08-08%2007-25-36-719.jpg
  2. How long are you waiting? Boot times can be very long. Some of the installs I've done took 15-20 minutes to boot the very first time until some fixes were implemented.
  3. Fermi 5XX works with Lion DP4/GM!

    Nice utility, thanks!
  4. Not sure how different this is from my P6t deluxe v2, but I had a lot of success with iATKOS L2, didn't have to remove drives/ram any of that garbage like a vanilla install.
  5. Just got my GTX 560 and thought I'd share what information I've amassed to get this working on iAtkos L2. This is AFTER all the proper bios settings for power/ahci are met in addition to having the drive on the first sata port, etc. I'm able to use both monitors, microphone/headphones, and 5.1 through optical using VLC (movies) I did check GF100 in VGA options on install https://docs.google.com/document/d/10l3IPM-QeNKvaLx14HWTH-VlSfN6qFvknZe8056RLt4/edit iAtkos L2 on Asus P6t Deluxe V2 my i7 920 3.5 overclock made it unstable in OS X ,dropped it to 3.0 DID AUDIO FIRST Kext Helper was preferable On Board Audio Install these 4 Kexts into S/L/E Used Kext Helper seems to work the best http://www.4shared.com/zip/FMsXDcUx/Kext.html Repair Permissions, reboot Reboot with -v -f I get 5.1 audio through the optical port (using VLC) And Stereo and Mic through 3.5mm audio jacks on board VIDEO GTX 560 (non-Ti) Modified the NVDAGF100Hal.kext/Contents/Info.Plist to include my device id 0x1201 under THIS SECTION IOPCIPrimaryMatch 0x06c010de&0xffe0ffff 0x0dc010de&0xffc0ffff 0x0e2010de&0xffe0ffff 0x0ee010de&0xffe0ffff 0x0f0010de&0xffc0ffff 0x104010de&0xffc0ffff 0x124010de&0xffc0ffff 0x120110de&0xffc0ffff The red is the GTX 560 (non-ti) device ID Fixed Permissions, reboot Download the GeForceGLDriver.bundle from here: http://www.4shared.com/zip/KzjDb8OW/GeForceGLDriverbundle_1072_11C.html Use Kext Helper or something similar to install it to System/Library/Extensions, fix permissions, reboot Now, to get OpenCL working totally, So, open up a hex editor of your liking and do this: EDIT THE live file after taking permission of it. open /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceGLDriver.bundle/Contents/MacOS/libclh.dylib (as root or with sudo) find: 8B 87 1C 0C 00 00 89 06 8B 87 20 0C 00 00 89 02 replace by: 31 C0 FF C0 FF C0 89 06 31 C0 89 02 90 90 90 90 save reboot is not required, but recommended (I repaired permissions again just for good measure)
  6. Fermi 5XX works with Lion DP4/GM!

    Just got a GTX 560 (not the Ti version) I'm showing a device ID of 0x1201. Can anyone else confirm this? I want to make sure before I edit the NVDAGF100Hal.kext for my specific device. Any information would be appreciated. I looked it up here and it shows some confusing information, a GTX 570.... http://pcidatabase.com/search.php?device_search_str=0x1201&device_search=Search
  7. You need to google it, there is a registry entry you do in windows that will fix this problem. I believe it's in used: time fix for hackintosh windows dual boot (as search) he short solution for people who know how to edit the registry: A DWORD key called HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation\RealTimeIsUniversal needs to have the value of "1" The step-by-step solution is as follows: 1. Boot Windows 2. Click Start --> Run and type regedit. Click OK 3. The Windows Registry Editor should pop up. Navigate within the explorer to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation 4. Click on the TimeZoneInformation "folder" from the navigation pane if you haven't already done so. 5. This assumes the correct key doesn't exist. If it does, you will just change the existing key's value: Right click on the white space within the folder (If you don't have a right mouse button, you may need to download a program called applemouse to emulate the "control-click" of the apple 1-button mouse). Select new --> DWORD Value. Title the key "RealTimeIsUniversal" (No quotes). Set the value to "1" (No quotes again). Hexidecimal should be fine. 6. Either reboot and set the clock in MacOS or set the clock in Windows. You should now be able to reboot into either OS and have a correct clock.
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