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  1. For faq_marvell_eeprom.zip this link works: http://faq.gigabyte.com/FileUpload/FAQ/global/921/faq_marvell_eeprom.zip
  2. riconster

    USB Wifi - Kext for the netgear a6200?

    Mac OS X and Linux drivers for Broadcom BCM43526 are available here. http://www.dlink.com.sg/support/support_detail.asp?idProduct=604
  3. The same here in NVIDIA card. Wait for 1 hour and finally see the GUI. :S
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    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    My processor is 45nm, maybe is the problem. Look: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1351073 http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1344965
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    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    No entiendo. Este es mi com.apple.Boot.plist: com.apple.Boot.plist.zip
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    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    This is what show the PStateChanger, please put the values in my DSDT.aml
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    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Run in terminal. Nothing happen. Se pone en reposo el monitor y el mouse, pero no se apaga el CPU. Sleep but not totally, only mouse and monitor. Al dar click al mouse se despierta el mouse pero no el monitor. Wakeup the mouse but not monitor.
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    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Thanks. Fix shutdown and restart but the only one problem now is not sleep...
  9. riconster

    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Gracias, ¿hay que cambiar algo en com.apple.Boot.plist ? Zip: com.apple.Boot.plist.zip
  10. Please help for my DSDT riconster.zip dsdt.aml ioreg.txt kernel.txt kextstat.txt
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    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Por favor ayuda. Asus P5W DH Deluxe Agrego al zip: riconster.zip dsdt.aml ioreg.txt kernel.txt kextstat.txt Gracias
  12. Asus DH Remote works on Snow Leopard! Source: http://blog.tinowagner.com/2009/11/02/asus...os-x-%20driver/ *** Asus DH Remote: Crafting an OS X driver Some ASUS mainboards are supplied with a remote control, the „Asus DH Remote“. I’m running Mac OS X Snow Leopard on a P5W DH Deluxe, which is quite old from a technical point of view, but actually doing a good job. As often, there are only Windows drivers for the remote, but none for Linux or even OS X. For the Linux part, there is already a driver for LIRC. When I realized that the IR receiver is a simple USB HID device, I started brewing an OS X user-space utility together that interfaces the receiver. It is merely a hack based off example code I found at the Mac Dev Center, but that got it to work in a short time. Basically, what you get from the receiver is the message that a key on the remote was pressed or released. Using this information, the tool is using Brandon Holland’s IRKeyboardEmu to emulate HID command reports sent by an Apple Remote. This allows you to use the Asus DH Remote as a controller for FrontRow or iTunes! It is far from being perfect, but I think it’s a good starting point for your own inventions. Download Source and Universal Binary: AsusRemote-v0.1.zip http://www.tinowagner.com/projekte/asus_re...Remote-v0.1.zip or Source and Universal Binary: AsusRemote-v0.2.zip http://www.tinowagner.com/projekte/asus_re...Remote-v0.2.zip Installation Download and extract the archive. Install the binary: # sudo cp AsusRemote /usr/local/bin/AsusRemote # sudo chown root:wheel /usr/local/bin/AsusRemote # sudo chmod +s /usr/local/bin/AsusRemote Note the SUID bit for AsusRemote. It needs superuser rights to interface to IRKeyboardEmu! Else it will issue an error issuing a sysctl command. To be able to use the daemon right after booting OS X, you need to copy com.tinowagner.AsusRemote.plist to /Library/LaunchDaemons/: # sudo cp com.tinowagner.AsusRemote.plist /Library/LaunchDaemons/ # sudo chown root:wheel /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.tinowagner.AsusRemote.plist Finally, you should download the newest binary of IRKeyboardEmu http://www.brandon-holland.com/irkeyboardemu.html ...and copy it to /System/Library/Extensions. Just follow the instructions in the readme. After rebooting, check that the daemon is running. There should be a process called AsusRemote. Key assignment This is a hard coded part. It tries to match the keys on the Apple Remote. AP LAUNCH: Menu. Start FrontRow. + and – : Up and down arrows, Volume up/down. Reverse and Forward: Previous/Rewind, Next/Fast-forward Play/Pause: Enter, Play/Pause There is no action assigned to the other keys. Troubleshooting If nothing happens after pressing a key, try running AsusRemote from command line. First kill the daemon running in the background: # sudo killall AsusRemote # AsusRemote You should now see a version message. Pressing an arbitrary key on the remote should produce an output: Notes Feel free to modify the code to your likes! But please drop me a note if it’s an improvement that could be useful for everybody. Tino Wagner <ich@tinowagner.com>
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    Asus P5w dh deluxe remote

    Asus DH Remote works on Snow Leopard! Source: http://blog.tinowagner.com/2009/11/02/asus...os-x-%20driver/ *** Asus DH Remote: Crafting an OS X driver Some ASUS mainboards are supplied with a remote control, the „Asus DH Remote“. I’m running Mac OS X Snow Leopard on a P5W DH Deluxe, which is quite old from a technical point of view, but actually doing a good job. As often, there are only Windows drivers for the remote, but none for Linux or even OS X. For the Linux part, there is already a driver for LIRC. When I realized that the IR receiver is a simple USB HID device, I started brewing an OS X user-space utility together that interfaces the receiver. It is merely a hack based off example code I found at the Mac Dev Center, but that got it to work in a short time. Basically, what you get from the receiver is the message that a key on the remote was pressed or released. Using this information, the tool is using Brandon Holland’s IRKeyboardEmu to emulate HID command reports sent by an Apple Remote. This allows you to use the Asus DH Remote as a controller for FrontRow or iTunes! It is far from being perfect, but I think it’s a good starting point for your own inventions. Download Source and Universal Binary: AsusRemote-v0.1.zip http://www.tinowagner.com/projekte/asus_re...Remote-v0.1.zip Installation Download and extract the archive. Install the binary: # sudo cp AsusRemote /usr/local/bin/AsusRemote # sudo chown root:wheel /usr/local/bin/AsusRemote # sudo chmod +s /usr/local/bin/AsusRemote Note the SUID bit for AsusRemote. It needs superuser rights to interface to IRKeyboardEmu! Else it will issue an error issuing a sysctl command. To be able to use the daemon right after booting OS X, you need to copy com.tinowagner.AsusRemote.plist to /Library/LaunchDaemons/: # sudo cp com.tinowagner.AsusRemote.plist /Library/LaunchDaemons/ # sudo chown root:wheel /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.tinowagner.AsusRemote.plist Finally, you should download the newest binary of IRKeyboardEmu http://www.brandon-holland.com/irkeyboardemu.html ...and copy it to /System/Library/Extensions. Just follow the instructions in the readme. After rebooting, check that the daemon is running. There should be a process called AsusRemote. Key assignment This is a hard coded part. It tries to match the keys on the Apple Remote. AP LAUNCH: Menu. Start FrontRow. + and – : Up and down arrows, Volume up/down. Reverse and Forward: Previous/Rewind, Next/Fast-forward Play/Pause: Enter, Play/Pause There is no action assigned to the other keys. Troubleshooting If nothing happens after pressing a key, try running AsusRemote from command line. First kill the daemon running in the background: # sudo killall AsusRemote # AsusRemote You should now see a version message. Pressing an arbitrary key on the remote should produce an output: Notes Feel free to modify the code to your likes! But please drop me a note if it’s an improvement that could be useful for everybody. Tino Wagner <ich@tinowagner.com>
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    ATI Radeon Easy-Installer - BETA

    Please repost the file ati driver.mpkg.zip thanks!
  15. http://rapidshare.com/files/11074404/ATI_7500_Pack.dmg.html
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