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About dxbydt

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  1. Didn't fix my problem. When I put my computer to sleep the display shuts off and the ambient lighting on the keyboard shuts off but the computer fans keep going. When I try to wake it up the ambient lighting on the keyboard comes back on but the display never comes back.
  2. EVGA x58 760 mobo EVGA GTX 285 2GB Chameleon 2 RC2 640 Using DSDT with -newHPET, not manual fixes (RTC length was already 2 and didn't need changing). Kexts: AHCIPortInjector.kext OpenHaltRestart.kext IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext PlatformUUID.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext fakesmc.kext VoodooHDA.kext RealtekR1000.kext
  3. I'm having the same problem. I've patched my dsdt. Here's what my _WAK looks like. Method (_WAK, 1, NotSerialized) { Store (0xFF, DBG1) SALD (Zero) If (OSFL) { Notify (\_SB.PWRB, 0x02) } Else { If (LEqual (RTCW, Zero)) { Notify (\_SB.PWRB, 0x02) } } Notify (\_SB.PCI0.USB0, Zero) Notify (\_SB.PCI0.USB1, Zero) Notify (\_SB.PCI0.USB2, Zero) Notify (\_SB.PCI0.USB3, Zero) Notify (\_SB.PCI0.USB4, Zero) Notify (\_SB.PCI0.USB5, Zero) }
  4. For the longest time I've had a problem with leopard seeing my network devices. On boot I'd get the message "could not establish network configuration: success!". It wasn't even creating a NetworkConfiguration.plist file in /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/. After trying a hundred different things, my problems were solved by disabling HPET in my bios. Does this make any sense to anyone? Why would that have fixed my problem? Does this have something to do with not having patched my DSDT? I'm running 10.5.6 on an Intel D945GCZ.
  5. So I just finished installing iPC 10.5.6 and it boots up fine, I even have fully support graphics via EFI strings. Unfortunately I can't get the machine to even recognize I have an ethernet, wireless, or audio device connected. I've read a lot of people on the forums that say their ethernet card is listed in System Preferences but "isn't connected", well mine isn't even listed there. I know it's not a problem with the IONetworkingFamily.kext because I had another install of 10.5.3 that had working ethernet so I just copied the kext. With that same kext it's still not working. Similarly I'm using a known working AppleHDA.kext but I still don't have audio. I have no idea what's the problem here and am hoping somebody else has some ideas. There's another problem that I'm not sure is related. When I restart or shut down i get the message "unmount of /home failed" and "unmount of /net failed" and then there's a kernel panic. As well for some reason the symbolic links for etc, var, and tmp are all visible. I tried to hide them by using "SetFile -a V", which worked fine for hiding the kernels, but they are still visible. I'm currently using the Voodoo 9.5.0 kernel. Below is a pastebin of my system.log file. System.log My comp specs are: Intel Pentium D 2.8 Ghz Processor Intel D945GCZ Motherboard nVidia 9600 GSO 2Gb 667Mhz Ram 3 SATA Hard drives
  6. No video in fullscreen games

    I'm 99% sure that this is caused by the fact that you have a video card that supports dual monitors. Most likely you have your monitor plugged into the "secondary" port and when you go into a full screen game it is trying to display it on the "primary" port. Try switching your DVI or VGA cable to the other port and then running the game. This should solve your problem -Dxbydt
  7. (Fixed) Soultion found!....Intel D945GCZ

    Bump, Jslugger you figured anything out?
  8. (Fixed) Soultion found!....Intel D945GCZ

    jslugger94, I have the exact same board that you do, the D945GCZ, and I haven't been able to get my sound fully working either. I know one thing for sure though. You have the wrong linux codec, which is why your codec dump didn't work. If you go to: http://download.intel.com/support/motherbo.../d1406801us.pdf and scroll down to page 11 you will see that the board uses either the Sigmatel 9223 or Sigmatel 9220 codec, depending on if you have 7.1 or 5.1 surround sound (mine personally is 7.1). Not the Sigmatel 9221 codec that you used. If you are able to find the correct linux codec and then do a dump that file should then be usable with the AppleHDA. If you are able to get a successful dump I would greatly appreciate it if you posted it here so I can use it. I haven't been able to get linux set up on my computer so I can do my own codec dump.
  9. Here is a screen shot of my bootup I've tried swapping out older AppleACPIPlatform.kext files I've added my vend/id to the ioatafamily.kext and still no luck. Does anybody have any new ideas of things I could try? I just can't get it to see my hard drive. And yet I can boot from the 10.5.2 dvd fine. My previous 10.5.2 installation worked fine. I have a pentium d processor using the modbin kernel.
  10. Ya i've tried replacing all those files and making sure the AppleAHCIPort.kext has my vend/id correct. Still no luck. What would cause the "Immediate Dependencies" messages?
  11. I'm still getting "Still waiting for root device" as well as "com.apple.driver.appleacpiplatform" has immediate dependencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi components; I've tried repairing permissions and swapping out dif appleacpiplatform.kext files and no luck. Here is a screen shot of my boot screen. I know others have had issues with the "Still waiting for root device" since 10.5.3. Has anyone found a solution?
  12. I've tried using both the 9.2.0 sleep kernel and the 9.2.2 ToH kernel. The 9.2.0 makes the sleep function work but then bluetooth can't pair with devices for whatever reason. The 9.2.2 kernel works fine with bluetooth, pairs properly with devices, but the sleep function doesn't work, it never wakes up after going to sleep (black screen after drives spin up). I've looked everywhere on the forum and there are no other kernels for me to try using (Vanilla kernel won't work since I'm using a Pentium D processor). So in looking for a solution, is it possible either make a kernel extension or even compile a new kernel that will both work properly with bluetooth and sleep properly? If each of them can do one of them, why can't one be made to do both. I can't find any source code for 9.2.2 kernel though. Can anyone shed some light here on a possible solution?
  13. I'm using Kalyway 10.5.2 with the 9.2.2ToH kernel and I'm getting an Intel bios AEh POST error when I start up. This only happens when I have previously shut down in OS X. If I shut down in windows it works fine (OS X and Xp are on dif harddrives). From what I've read the AEh error has something to do with ACPI. I've read about people not being able to shut down, but has anyone experienced anything like this where they can't even finish loading the bios? I have an Intel Pentium D processor with an Intel D945GCZ motherboard.
  14. Still no input on Sigmatel 9223

    I have an Intel D945GCZ using the sigmatel 9223 audio codec. I'm currently using the linux 9223 codec with the AppleHDA patcher verson 1.20 and I have working output. However, I can't get any sort of input. System Profiler says "No Built-in Audio." under Audio (Built In). If I go to system preferences under the input tab there is only "Internal Speakers" listed as an option, nothing about microphone. Can anyone help me here?
  15. I can't see any of the post replys when I click on a thread. There is a list of links to the replys but that means I can only view one reply at a time. What happened to everything being on one page? I checked the forum settings but nothing worked. Anyone else experiencing this?