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About szokolov

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  1. I'm in the same situation. I've attached my log. Can anybody give me some advice to figure out the problem? Thanks. Szokolov UPDATE: Finally I can install ML with the original OSInstall and OSInstall.mpkg. See this post: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=277226&view=findpost&p=1807971 Installer Log 16-Apr-2012.txt
  2. Hi, I've tried install ML on my GA-P35-DS3 based machine. I've reached the installation screen but when I push the Install button the install failed with the attached install log. Can anybody watch this file? I can't figure out anything from this imformations. Thanks. Szokolov Installer Log 16-Apr-2012.txt
  3. Hi XmodD, I have tried your solution. Works fine except that microphone doesn't work (Lenovo G570). See attached image. Have you any tip or update? Thanks Szokolov http://imageupload.o....24-pm.png.html
  4. Hi, I have a Lenovo G570 laptop (Core i3, HD3000). My connector table is: 0000000: 0102 0400 1007 0000 1007 0000 ............ 000000c: 0503 0000 0200 0000 3000 0000 ........0... 0000018: 0205 0000 0004 0000 0700 0000 ............ 0000024: 0304 0000 0004 0000 0900 0000 ............ 0000030: 0406 0000 0004 0000 0900 0000 ............ In my Laptop there are only three connectors LVDS, HDMI, VGA. I want to use HDMI output - now not work at all. How can I modify connector table to make HDMI working? Have to do any other changes (eg in DSDT)? Thanks: Szokolov
  5. Hackintosh on a Lenovo G570...Can it be done?

    Hi, in this weekend I will try the HDMI out, and I will write out the result. The boot working fine with pendrive so I don't care for this. Szokolov
  6. UPDATED 20.12. GenericBrightness.kext

    Hi Zprood, thanks your tip! In my laptop the Fn+ScrLk and Fn+Pause work. BTW if you have a Lenovo laptop can you help me with the sleep, maybe? I put SleepEnabler.kext to E/E but after system go sleep immediately reboot the laptop. Sorry for the offtopic. Thanks again! Szokolov
  7. UPDATED 20.12. GenericBrightness.kext

    Hi Zprood! Thanks for your help. Now, I can adjust screen brightness in SystemPreferences-Display section, but the Fn+Up, Fn+Down or Brightness Menulet doesn't work. In terminal brightness get result is 0. Now I use ApplePS2Controller.kext because VoodooPS2Controller.kext doesn't work. If I use the second one the FN key maybe work? Szokolov
  8. UPDATED 20.12. GenericBrightness.kext

    Hi, the second method don't work for me (Lenovo G570, 10.7.1). After install GenericBrightness.kext and DSDT modification dmesg show: Acpi brightness levels:11, lowest brightness:10, highest brightness:100 GenericBrightness: Kernel Control Registered No slider in SystemPreferences and Fn+Up or Fn+Down don't work. My DSDT: DSDT_Lenovo_G570.aml.zip Thanks! Szokolov
  9. Hackintosh on a Lenovo G570...Can it be done?

    Hi Sean, sorry for my late answer. Finally I have installed Lion with Mald0n method with some minor changes: First, I make a bootable USB drive based on the description of Mald0n (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=256729). After that I copied the following kext to the USB Extra/Extensions directory: FakeSMC.kext, NullCPUPowerManagement.kext and VoodooPS2Controller.kext. I have boot from USB with –v option, connected a USB mouse when the installer said and run DiskUtility. I have partition the hard disk, made one 50 Gb HFS with name Lion, one 50 Gb FAT with name WIN7 and the rest was FAT with name DOC. I have set the GUID partition table and installed Lion to the partition named Lion. After installation done, restart and booted with the USB stick with –v option. When OS said I have connect a USB keyboard (after the first boot this and the USB mouse not necessary). - LAN: I have put the AtherosL1cEthernet.kext (http://iats.googlecode.com/files/build_x64_20100425.zip) to S/L/E (E/E doesn’t work for me). I have use KextUtility to repair the permissions. Reboot. After reboot I have set the Ethernet connection and run OS update to update 10.7.1. - WLAN: I have put (168c,2b) to the /S/L/E/IO80211Family.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AirPortAtheros21.kext/Contents/Info.plist, Kextutility and reboot. - Touchpad: I have put these two kext (http://www.mediafire.com/?zyznqm5nnhd) in S/L/E to enable a two finger scrolling (unfortunately until now I can’t set the three finger gestures). - Audio: I have put VoodooHDA.kext to S/L/E, use KextUtility and reboot. After reboot I can used Fn+RightArrow and Fn+LeftArrow to adjust the volume. Until now I can’t managed the sleep (SleepEnabler.kext doesn’t work for me) and I can’t change the LCD brightness with Fn+UpArrow and Fn+DownArrow (temporary solution: Shades). I have no tried yet the HDMI connection. And the most important I can’t boot without the USB stick. I have tried installing the different versions of Chameleon but the result is same “boot0: error”. I have read this about different forums, maybe the solution is that convert partition table GUID to MBR but I didn’t have tried this. (In my desktop computer I have two hard disk one for Windows and the other for OSX, and the second drive has a GUID partition table and I can boot the OSX with Chameleon.) To solve these problems maybe I have to make a DSDT.aml (but I have no idea how. I have to read the forum studiously…). And finally to answer your question, yes, the system is stable with no crashes. Accidentally (about with every tenth or twentieth boot) there are errors in the screen (I don’t know how can I say in English) there are lines and squares in the screen with different shapes and colors. When I log out or reboot they disappears and everything OK. So, that’s all. If you have any experience or can make working the nonworking part please share your experiences. Szokolov
  10. Hackintosh on a Lenovo G570...Can it be done?

    Hi, finally I bought a Lenovo G570 laptop (core i3-2310M, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB Hard Drive). I can install Lion with this distro http://www.demonoid.me/files/details/2722428/005030173688/. At the end of installation works the following: native resolution with full QE/CI, trackpad (multi touch gestures not), keyboard, camera. Until now I don’t have time to fix the following: LAN, WLAN, Sound. If I can fix these, I will report. Szokolov Ps.: Sorry for my English.
  11. Hackintosh on a Lenovo G570...Can it be done?

    Hi, I'm also interested in this laptop. Have anybody any experience with it? Thanks!
  12. I am stuck on this screen My config: GA-P35-DS3, CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo, Videocard: ATI 4850 (GV-R485-512H-, 4 Gb RAM. I have included NullCPUPowerManagement.kext. Any idea?