I just decided to set up my Windows box with OS X Snow Leopard, but now looking at it I've picked the worst possible combination of parts to run with OS X. It's a marvel the thing boots at all and connects to the internet! Here's the run-down:
I have a Radeon either 6700 or 6770, I forget the model (Is there an equivalent to CPU-Z for Mac?)
A MSI K9N6PGM2-V2, for which no custom DSDTs exist
and (wait for it) an AMD processor.
Here's what's wrong with it:
Graphics aren't accelerated, and when I try to use GraphicsEnabler as my model should be supported, it just Kernel Panics
The USB ports don't seem to work with anything besides my wireless mouse (My keyboard is PS/2 and works fine)
Chameleon seems to hang on boot
Ethernet doesn't work with Chameleon, even when it does boot. I'm using ModCD right now.
The system hangs when I try to reboot. S3 is turned on.
It doesn't recognize 2 GB of my 4 GB of RAM.
What I want to know is, what should I do? Admit defeat and move back to Windows? Keep on truckin' in 1024x768? What I want is someone who's done this before on something like this system that can point me to a few kexts that I can use. If this is the case, I'd be very grateful.
BTW: The specs for the MSI board can be found here:http://us.msi.com/product/mb/K9N6PGM2-V2.html#/?div=Detail