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  1. After some more reading, I've managed to get the nodes for the green, black, orange and gray line outs on the rear panel patched, and they all show up separately in the settings panel. However, I can only get sound to come out of the green rear line-out, and nothing comes out of my other speakers when I change the main output to any of the other line outs. Here is my current info.plist: http://pastebin.com/WSrht8ui
  2. I'm attempting to patch VoodooHDA for my sound card too, but I can't seem to figure out how to do it correctly either. I have an ASUS P5QL-VM mobo with a Realtek ALC887. Here are my dumps: Linux: http://pastebin.com/MnEvCxhS Windows: http://pastebin.com/DGEwaXK1 GetDump: http://pastebin.com/8FpeNqWu
  3. I know what I am doing. By different methods I meant bootloaders and stuff like that. Tried Empire EFI, [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] Supported and ATI, myHack installer on usb hard drive, EP45UD3P Snow Leopard install package, boot-132, netkas' PC EFI 10.5, none of them worked and brought me to the same kernel panic. Also, if I did just try to boot to the CD I wouldn't have gotten a panic at all, it would have just gone right to booting my hard drive.
  4. Ok, after searching google for a week trying to solve my problem, I gave up and decided to ask for help here. So, when I realized that I could get snow leopard for $30 off amazon, I couldn't resist and I was pretty sure my computer would work perfectly fine for a hackintosh. Once I got the cd, I tried many different methods of booting the retail install cd, all to no avail. Every time it instantly goes to a kernel panic (picture attached) I have tried safe mode also, but once it's done loading all the kexts it also kps. I tried using many different boot flags, including cpus=1, -f, -x, busratio=20 but none of it works and it still won't boot. I have heard from my google searches that with ASUS computers you should get a modified bios, but I can't find any for my specific motherboard. Specs: ASUS CG5270 Desktop P5QL-VM-EPU Motherboard Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 8GB DDR2 RAM 1TB SATA Hard Drive SATA DVD Drive ATI Radeon HD 3470 Trying to Install: Snow Leopard Retail 10.6.3 Please, I want to do this with my disc, NOT torrent one of the hacked distros.
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