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howboutjoe

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  1. You're gonna have to tell me how you pulled that off. I've never OC'd before so I wouldn't even know where to start. A friend of mine with a rev 1 said that he did the Legacy889HDA.kext and AppleHDA 10.6.2 Rollback from [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url], which worked for him. I'll try that tonight. I've tried that with no success. I may try a fresh install on a second disk this evening. Maybe not use kakewalk at all, and just use [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] with your DSDT.
  2. So, I've got audio with VooDooHDA. It's the best I can get working, but it doesn't support the optical out. I've tried a ton of stuff, even going so far as to try manually setting my PinConfiguration by pulling them from Windows 7. I've also seen that my display locks up completely when I plug my HDTV into the video card. This happens when I plug it in to the HDMI port or if I use an HDMI-DVI adapter and plug it in to the DVI port. I also still can't sleep, or rather wake from sleep. This wouldn't be a problem, except that even though I set the machine to never sleep, it still sleeps sometimes. Still, I've got my GeekBench64 score at 10068 and my CPU idle temps at 39, 39, 34, and 34. You can Squeeze a couple of degrees of coolness out of the proc by turning on Dynamic VCore in the BIOS. I didn't notice that tweak my first time through d00d's power management thread. nullspot, have you tried hooking yours to an HDTV? I know we have the same graphics card, so just curious.
  3. I just tried your DSDT and all those kexts, except the OrangeIconFix, whihc I don't have, and still crazy coreaudio. It was literally crackling every second and dumping this to the kernel.log: Jun 18 19:27:09 hax0r kernel[0]: dependency: com.apple.kext.OSvKernDSPLib(1.3)@0x7ede2000 Jun 18 19:27:10 hax0r kernel[0]: 8b80000->0x88b97fff Jun 18 19:27:10 hax0r kernel[0]: dependency: com.apple.kext.OSvKernDSPLib(1.3)@0x7ede2000 Jun 18 19:27:11 hax0r kernel[0]: river.DspFuncLib(1.8.7f1)@0x88f71000 Jun 18 19:27:11 hax0r kernel[0]: com.apple.iokit.IOAudioFamily(1.7.6fc2)@0x88b80000->0x88b97fff Jun 18 19:27:11 hax0r kernel[0]: dependency: com.apple.kext.OSvKernDSPLib(1.3)@0x7ede2000 Jun 18 19:27:12 hax0r kernel[0]: 8b80000->0x88b97fff Jun 18 19:27:12 hax0r kernel[0]: dependency: com.apple.kext.OSvKernDSPLib(1.3)@0x7ede2000 Jun 18 19:27:13 hax0r kernel[0]: river.DspFuncLib(1.8.7f1)@0x88f71000 Jun 18 19:27:13 hax0r kernel[0]: com.apple.iokit.IOAudioFamily(1.7.6fc2)@0x88b80000->0x88b97fff Jun 18 19:27:13 hax0r kernel[0]: dependency: com.apple.kext.OSvKernDSPLib(1.3)@0x7ede2000 Jun 18 19:27:14 hax0r kernel[0]: river.DspFuncLib(1.8.7f1)@0x88f71000 Jun 18 19:27:14 hax0r kernel[0]: com.apple.iokit.IOAudioFamily(1.7.6fc2)@0x88b80000->0x88b97fff Jun 18 19:27:14 hax0r kernel[0]: dependency: com.apple.kext.OSvKernDSPLib(1.3)@0x7ede2000 Jun 18 19:27:15 hax0r kernel[0]: 8b80000->0x88b97fff Do you mind posting a zip of your whole /Extra folder and the two kexts you've got in /S/L/E? Thanks
  4. nullspot What's your kext situation look like now? Which ones are still in /E/E and What's new and/or modified in /S/L/E? I want to try your DSDT again with the right set of extensions and see if that works for me.
  5. Using any Legacy889HDA.kext makes my coreaudiod go crazy and just eat cpu. Yanked it, but still no audio here.
  6. I was just looking in my /Extra folder and saw Legacy889HDA.kext, so I'm thinking maybe I was a dumbass and didn't put in in /E/E. Since I saw it from remote desktop, I'm not going to reboot remotely, but I'll let you guys know if that was my problem when I get home tonight. nullspot - I have to applaud the elegance and simplicity of the simple act of adding a color label to the AppleHDA.kext you uploaded. It was so easy to confirm that it was still the one I had loaded. Well done.
  7. I tried using your two kexts here and making your HDEF changes to my DSDT, but still no joy. Since I'm rocking the i7-930 and NVidia card, I tried to just swap in your DSDT, but when I booted up, all my disks were orange! I can't remember if my sound was working or not. So, I've got no sound from the board, but I'm getting by with my USB soundsticks. Anyway, here's my DSDT if you want to compare. I do have some really cool USB stuff in there that's got my iPad/Phone charging on the USB ports. Maybe we can get ours merged to some sort of Super DSDT. howboutjoe_i7_930_ga_x58a_ud3r_r2_dsdt.zip Is your box sleeping yet?
  8. So, this DSDT business is hard. Here's the unmodified DSDT extracted via Ubuntu Live CD: ga_x58a_ud3r_r2_fa.zip So far, the only changes I've been able to roll in are Speedstep for an i7-930 and the Advanced DSDT Fixes: Enable Sleep on P55 Motherboards which did not enable sleep, but did enable iPad/iPhone charging on my two USB/eSata ports on the back of the board.
  9. Here's a plain DSDT extracted via Ubuntu Live CD for a Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (rev 2) board with FA BIOS. ga_x58a_ud3r_r2_fa.zip
  10. I have plan for the DSDT. A friend and I are building the same Hackintosh. Identical down to the case. Only difference is that he's got a Rev 1 board. He's putting his together today. Before he loads Mac OS X, I'm going to extract his DSDT from the BIOS using an Ubuntu Live CD. When he's done, I'm going to take a copy of his working DSDT. Then I'm going to use the live CD to get my vanilla DSDT. So, at this point I'll have three DSDTs: A: An untouched i7-930 / GA-X58A-UD3R (rev 1) / nVidia 9800GT DSDT B: A working i7-930 / GA-X58A-UD3R (rev 1) / nVidia 9800GT DSDT C: An untouched i7-930 / GA-X58A-UD3R (rev 2) / nVidia 9800GT DSDT I'm going to then run a diff of A and C so we'll know exactly what makes a rev 1 different from rev 2 from the board. Then run a diff of A and B to see what changes were made to make the DSDT work for Mac OS X. Hopefully both of those diffs will paint a clear enough picture to figure out what modifications I'll need to make to © to make a working DSDT for rev 2 boards. Will keep you posted. ---- Rev 1 vs Rev 2. Originally I thought that a Rev 2 board could charge an iPad on the red USB hookup. This is incorrect. That red port allows charging in almost every state (except no power), but that feature still requires a driver that is not available for Mac OS X. As for iPad charging, it's also a driver issue. When an iPad gets plugged in, it basically asks the port to crank up the amps so it can charge. Without the proper driver, the port is all "Sorry, I can't let you do that Dave." All USB 2.0 ports will trickle charge an iPad as long as it's sleeping. Sorry if it's not entirely related.
  11. Well, the good news is, only the rev 2 boards can charge an iPad, so we've got that going for us.
  12. Looks like I'm in the same situation Rev2 board, i7-930. I'm up to 10.6.3 with Audio working and Network at 32-bit. My sleep is also not working, but I've been able to get it to not work in two ways. With both ways, the machine looks like it's going to sleep. The difference is wake behavior. The first way seems to wake up, but when the display turns on, it looks like I have just turned the machine on, and it boots up normally. The second way, which happens after I install SleepEnabler, wakes up the machine, but the display never turns on. So, that's what I've got going on here.
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