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  1. GMA X4500

    Forgot to mention.. I'm pretty new to Macs and hackintoshing. Could you explain/link me to something that explains how to post my DSDT? Do I just post the output of 'ioreg'?
  2. GMA X4500

    Bit of a travesty the ball has been dropped here. For what it's worth, I've got a brand spankin' new i5 15" MBP here, with the Intel HD/330M combo obviously. So if there's any testing I can do, or files I can get.. something.. that would help, let me know. As a future owner of a Thinkpad Edge (4500MHD powered), I'm very interested in seeing some progress here. I care not for Apple hardware.
  3. Thank you so much! Legend that worked perfectly.
  4. Forgive me for being a total noob at this, but I've got a WG311T that was also killed by the 10.6.3 update. But I don't understand your instructions on how to fix it.. I removed the AppleHPET kext and rebooted, but my airport is still dead. What else did I have to do?
  5. (Didn't think these requests fit in with my other topic) Hi guys, need help with (hopefully) two small issues. One, I used this guide to setup Snow Leopard on my machine. I need to pass "-pci1" with Chameleon 2 RC3 every time I boot into Snow Leopard, otherwise I get a black screen. Any way to make that automatic? Also, my PATA DVD drive is not detected and will not work under Snow Leopard. This is despite my bootloader including AppleIntelPIIXATA.kext and IOATAFamily.kext, which should allow for PATA support. Motherboard is a GA-P35-DS3R.
  6. Hi folks, After setting up Snow Leopard on my sister's MBP, I've been interested in familiarising myself with OS X (looking at getting the 13" MBP). My desktop machine is as follows: Core 2 Duo E6600 (3.2GHz OC) 4GB DDR2-800 RAM Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R 1GB GeForce GTX 285 Netgear WG311T 802.11g wifi PCI card I'm totally new to this so some guidance would be great. I have a legal retail Snow Leopard disc. My machine has one 500GB drive formatted to one large partition for Windows 7 - I've got another 200GB HDD sitting in the machine, ideally I want to get Snow Leopard on that without touching my Windows 7 setup. Where do I start?