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Running install of Kalway 10.5.1. Installed perfectly and easily, sound works, graphics work, only thing that doesn't work is ethernet. I have a Gigabyte 965P-DS3 revision 1 motherboard. This board has the Marvell Yukon 88e8053 chipset--I've verified that the Info.plist information for the AppleYukon2 driver is correct (IOPCIPrimaryMatch = 0x436211ab). No ethernet card is recognized. In my system log, I get only: kernel: AppleYukon2: 00000000,00000000 sk98osx_dnet - AllocIOInterruptHandler - Failed to allocate MSI interrupt that's the one and only message. I should also note that I had this same system running JAs 10.4.8 at one point, and the ethernet worked flawlessly with the old driver. Any suggestions? thanks! -K
I used the program xbench to do a performance test--HDD speeds reaaally slow. (there are tons of posts around, and @ hackint0sh about xbench, and avg results). I'm playing around to see if I can make this any better. My video card only have two DVI ports. I have a cable which is DVI on one end, and Analog on another. I plug the DVI end into the video card, and the analog into the monitor. My procedure was exactly: -Install 10.4.6 -Upgrade to 10.4.7 -Run the Boris Badenov installer -Reboot *get blank screen* *switch from DVI to analog after researching on laptop :-P* -Reboot -Works! I'm still running F3 BIOS--should upgrade--thanks for the headsup!!
I have this board, and for me, LAN worked out of the box. (JaS 10.4.6 install) I had to install by PATA DVD, using a PATA->SATA converter (cost $10, not bad). I got audio working via the same method as you. I have an ATI x1900XT, and got it working only after installing 10.4.7 update, using the boris badenov installer, and THEN using a DVI->Analog converter. DVI output does NOT work, only dsub. I fixed the rebooting problem by modifying the kernel as explained above--works great now, though I used a different method (as seen here: http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/Tips_And_Tricks) cd / sudo -s cp mach_kernel mach_kernel.backup printf '\260\376\346\144' | dd if=/dev/stdin of=mach_kernel bs=1 count=4 oseek=578235 conv=notrunc BIGGEST problem--Hard drives work in PIO mode, not DMA--ie, they are hella slow. I've tried messing around with the AppleIntelPIIXATA driver, but there doesn't seem to be any support yet for ICH8 chipset. IF anyone has any info about this, it would be greatly appreciated.