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About econ3000

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  1. My dv7t-3000 has been up for over a week with no crashes! awesome guide Mammoth! my only problem besides wireless is my webcam does not work: HP Webcam: Product ID: 0x0143 Vendor ID: 0x5986 Version: 0.14 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Bison Electronics Inc. Location ID: 0x1d150000 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 500 anybody know a fix for the Bison Electronics webcam? would love to get sleep working and speedstepping of course. thanks!
  2. I just tried my front panel audio and it is not working either... anybody have working audio from the front panel header? what's the solution? thanks, econ3000
  3. the realtek driver on the website is 32 bit only. there is a newer 64 bit solution... this patched IONetworkingFamily.kextRealtec_8111D_3264.zip there is a great thread by nullspot on the x58a-ud3r rev. 2.0 - you should read it. econ
  4. Chynaman: instead of "auto" change that setting to "normal". then you will have the option to enable vcore. took me a while to figure that out. econ I am curious about what others with the i7 920 are doing for overclocking. i set my baseclock to 200 so i could get my RAM running at 1600. i have my cpu ratio at a low 16 which gives me a stable 3.6ghz cpu speed. anybody see anything wrong with this approach? My machine is running well in 64bit with nullspots dsdt for the i7 920, the audio fix and the new IONetworkingFamily.kext for ethernet. in my extra/extensions are only 3 items: the new 2.7 version of fakesmc.kext, the JMicronATA.kext and the Legacy889HDA.kext. Is there a consensus on exactly what needs to be included in an optimized smbios.plist and com.apple.boot.plist for the x58a-ud3r rev 2.0 with i7 920? Do these plist files affect performance? i don't know why, but my xbench score has decreased at some point recently - i think it might have been the 10.6.4 update but i am not sure if you have an i7 920 box and you are getting good bench results can you post your smbios.plist and com.apple.boot.plist so i can compare with my own? econ
  5. updated to 10.6.4 and installed the audio fixes / reinstalled ethernet drivers and all is working. Thanks for the i7 920 specific dsdt! next goal is 100% working in 64bit mode. econ3000 x58a-ud3r rev. 2.0 i7 920 12GB DDR3 1600 msi n260GTX
  6. Going a bit insane: X58A UD3R + SL

    Try burning the iso disc image of [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] 2.0 to a cd and boot from that cd. works every time.
  7. Where can i find these legacy drivers? which AppleHDA.kext did you replace with? there are several it seems... I have everything working except audio using arch=i386 and realtek drivers from website. I currently have a usb audio solution but i would like to get everything working asap. I am also running the newest kernal from [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] 2.0. and using the dsdt from soemo (which gets me the best scores in geekbench compared to the other dsdts i have tried). sleep seems to work except when chosen in the finder... // econ x58a-ud3r rev2 i7 920 msi n260gtx 12GB ddr3 1600