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piccobello

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  1. I got the dsdt from tonymac (yes, I don't like his stuff as well, but I don't know where to get one elsewhere) Not sure what you mean with the codec dump. The bootloader is the Chameleon one from myhack
  2. Hi all, First of all, I'm still bait noob so don't punish me too early So, I've recently installed Mavericks and it's running quite good, but I can't get Audio working on that machine. Notice, that I've running audio perfectly under Snow Leopard. So in the System Profiler I got my devices "ready to use": Though I can't select anything in the system preferences: ("No audio devices have been found") I have ALC888 and I already looked up my DSDT and it's already in there. Also tried a bunch of different KEXTs but none have worked yet. I'm desperate but I'm sure there is someone who might help me out? Thanks
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    Apple Magic Mouse OSX86 - external bluetooth dongle

    Please, is there nobody who can help me with this?
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    Apple Magic Mouse OSX86 - external bluetooth dongle

    Can someone PLEASE help me?? I finally bought an ASUS BT21, I can connect & pair my Magic Mouse, but the pointer is often slow 8bad batteries?) and I don't have the gesture options, like scrolling or swiping. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? I did not change the IOblutooth.kext
  5. Hey guys, probably this have been questioned several times, but I didnt found a solution. Ive two harddrives. Before installing Ubuntu, Chameleon worked without problems. I made the mistake to not install GRUB to Ubuntus partition. Then, Chameleon didnt worked anymore. So I deleted the Ubuntu Partition and reinstalled Chameleon manually, I also installed Ubuntu again (with installing GRUB correctly). - but no luck anymore. I cant get Chameleon nor Ubuntu get to work. My partition scheme looks like: /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: --- GUID_partition_scheme --- *500.1 GB --- disk0 1: --- EFI --- 209.7 MB --- disk0s1 2: --- Apple_HFS Snow Leopard --- 499.8 GB --- disk0s2 3: --- Apple_HFS untitled --- 133.2 MB --- disk0s3 /dev/disk1 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: --- FDisk_partition_scheme --- *500.1 GB --- disk1 1: --- Windows_NTFS System-reserved --- 104.9 MB --- disk1s1 2: --- Windows_NTFS Untitled --- 376.0 GB --- disk1s2 3: --- Linux UNTITLED --- 124.0 GB --- disk1s5 I dont know what to do anymore, I tried everything and read houndreds of threads, please help me
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    Magic Mouse refuses pairing with BT dongle

    bump! please anyone??? For your info, it's that no-name mini-dongle:
  7. Hello, I know there's already a big thread about the Magic Mouse, but I didn't found any issue which was similar to mine - I hope you can help me. I bought a Bluetooth dongle, here are the specifications: The dongle gets recognized and works "out-of-the-box". It can recognize and connect to the Magic Mouse, but the pairing always fails. I tried all the passcode option, set it to "0000", but nothing works! Does the Magic Mouse hate my BT dongle, do I have to buy another? Please help me
  8. Hello, I'm new to this forum so please don't hit me if this is this has been answered already (I have used the search but didn't found anything) I'm going to buy a PC now. I would like two make a Windows and a Linux partition on the internal HD and a hackintosh partition on my external HD. Is this possible? If yes, what do I have to keep in mind / is there a difference to a "normal" Hackintosh installation? Thanks for your answers! -piccobello
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