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    Mobility Radeon X1400 Help on Lion

    Snow Leopard: - use ATIRadeonX1000 patched with your device ID (the 0x7... thing) - don't use RadeonHD kext or any other graphics patch, simply boot with GrapicsEnabler=yes To prevent the cursor from crashing when entering a fullscreen application like VLC, I'm using a program called PinPoint What it does is drawing a circle around your cursor all the time, it was usually made for presentations that it's easier for your audience to follow your cursor however it prevents the cursor from glitching into star dust. You can set the transparency of this circle to almost zero so it won't disturb you. Here are my instructions for a ThinkPad R60 (UL1DXGE) with X1400 Mobility to Lion: I'm pretty sure that this graphics card doesn't work with Lion.. I'm struggling with it since 2 days and there's no solution in sight - I think the guy who said that he got the graphics card running in Lion is either lying or thinking he has OS X Lion because of a Lion wallpaper.. don't know but his kexts aren't working at all and by the way I'm stuck with the same white bar at the top..
  2. You can download the logo as vector graphics as well as pixel orientated graphic files here: Download (Package with: Adobe Illustrator .ai - PDF - PNG - Adobe Photoshop .psd - SVG vector graphic) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Examples Hackintosh Netbook: Tower based computer: (Case: Fractal Design Define R3 White) Gigybyte Mainboard Bios Logo: Download as .bmp for Gigabyte's Face Wizard here: http://www.share-onl...dl/IWDYZGPLROND ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Use it for whatever you want..
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    Radeon HD 5870 / HD 5850

    Same here.. Sapphire HD 5850 got it working with Chimera bootloader (included in [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]) - Display Port recognizes that some thing was plugged in, but has a black screen - DVI with a resolution above 1920x1080 is just working if you plug out the DVI cable and plug it back in after every boot :/ /Edit: this issue occurs just with 10.6.8 (in 10.6.7 or lower the Display Port works like a charm, copying the 10.6.7 kext file to 10.6.8 causes infinite booting with no result [-v shows a bunch of error messages due to the kext file])
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    ATI Radeon x1400 mobility solution

    ThinkPad R60 with Mobility Radeon X1400 on Snow Leopard 10.6.4: simply edit Apple's native Kextfile: /System/Library/Extensions/ATIRadeonX1000.kext/Contents/info.plist Scroll down to where it says <key>IOPCIMatch</key> and replace the <string></string> section so that it looks like this: <key>IOPCIMatch</key> <string>0x71451002</string> rebuild the kextcache by invoking the command kextcache -v 1 -m /Volumes/Snow/System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext /Volumes/Snow/System/Library/Extensions if you want to change the resolution you have to edit the boot.plist from Chameleon: <key>Graphics Mode</key> <string>1400x1050x32</string> ---- some people complain about a fragmented cursor after using a fullscreen application - I solved the Problem by using this tool which was actually made for presentations etc. but because it draws a circle around the cursor (you can set the transparency to almost invisible so it won't disturb you) it prevents the cursor from being destroyed PinPoint download from there: http://www.macchampion.com/MacChampion/Welcome.html ---- Have fun and give feedback if this worked for you !!
  5. Für das GA-P35-DS3 hab ich diese Dateien benutzt: http://rapidshare.com/files/391881658/GA-P..._Hackintosh.zip Und das ist meine Anleitung:
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    [WORKING]SiS900 Ethernet Driver

    I've edited the part where the driver extracts the Mac Address out of the EEPROM (obviously this doesn't work properly). So download this package and edit your Mac Address in the SiS900.cpp file where it says: int SiS900::sis900_get_mac_addr() { ether_addr[0] = 0x08; ether_addr[1] = 0x15; ether_addr[2] = 0x13; ether_addr[3] = 0x37; ether_addr[4] = 0xAF; ether_addr[5] = 0xFE; DbgPrint("[SiS900] Ethernet Address : %02x:%02x:%02x:%02x:%02x:%02x \n", ether_addr[0],ether_addr[1], ether_addr[2],ether_addr[3], ether_addr[4],ether_addr[5]); return 0; } Then use Xcode 2.5 to build the project and execute the .command file. Now it should load the kext/driver with your self edited Mac Address.. If you don't want to build the kext by yourself: I included a kext with the Mac Address shown above in the package - that should be enough for testing, because there are major bugs in the driver so maybe it isn't worth to build it again with your own address. For example it crashes when uploading a file with AFP or SMB (to download is possible!). But I never had problems while browsing the web so - just test it! Nevertheless: Bing THANKS to TNW for porting the Linux driver to Mac! --- tested on Tiger 10.4.8 with SiS900 - I had the Mac Address 00:00:00... before
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