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  1. How to enable gigabyte X58A-UD3R's ALC889 Audio?

    The installer says that if you use a dsdt then you do not check the enabler. I did not use a dsdt because I am not sure if it will work with Lion. But if you check the first 3: ALC8xxxHDA Apple HDA rollback Non-dsdt HDA Enabler and untick all of the boxes except the 889, the sound works.
  2. How to enable gigabyte X58A-UD3R's ALC889 Audio?

    I got the sound working by using [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] for the post install. You select the Realtek: ALC8xxxHDA Apple HDA rollback Non-dsdt HDA Enabler untick all of the boxes except the 889 Reboot. However, if you select an output device the default "Select Sound Output Device" or internal speakers, the sound works. But if you select Line Out it does not work. After the coming combo update, you will have to redo the sound because the update breaks the sound.
  3. Just type at the boot prompt: -v -x PCIRootUID=1 npci=0x2000 After Installation Edit the com.apple.boot.plist and add to the Kernel Flags String: arch=i386 npci=0x2000
  4. I was unable to get the kakewalk installed properly, but if you put [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] 3.8 on your USB, then you can use that to install all the necessary post install items to get a boot into the system from the HD. Make sure you tick on/off the relevant items and then install. It worked for me. Do not install Kakewalk after you configure your system. Drag [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] to your desktop and use that.
  5. Kakewalk 4.0 Released!

    I have used Kakewalk to install Lion and everything goes well. After I install and reboot I set up Lion and installed Kakewalk for the GA-X58A-UD3R Rev. 2. Lion recognizes my video card after installing so that does not appear to be the issue. When I reboot to the HD I get to the Apple screen and nothing happens. I have checked my Bios and everything is set correct. Can anybody help?
  6. Mine updated without a problem. This update did not break the sound like the other updates.
  7. 10.6.6 is out

    I took a deep breath, crossed my fingers and made a wish. It installed without a hitch with the same issue as the 10.6.5 update about sound. Installed the AppleHDA kext and sound is back. My rig is gigabyte ga-x8a-ud3r with FE bios, i-7-950 with 6 gigs ram. My install was the Kakewalk specific for my motherboard.
  8. When I reboot into Win 7, the bios date/time is wrong.
  9. I used the kext from Kexts.com. I put it in the OSX/Extra/Extensions folder. I also used ElliotforceLegacy kext to try and fix the bios reset since I have a dual boot with Win 7. I would try to install the ev0reboot kext again. Then if that doesn't fix it then Elliotforcelegacy.kext. The kext did not fix the bios reboot issue and I don't know enough to go in and edit dsdt file.
  10. I had the same issue but I fixed it with EvOreboot kext. All is good now.
  11. Thanks for this guide. I followed your directions and everything is working. I had to switch my GTX465 for an Nvidia 8500 to get it to install. Everything updates perfectly. Now I am going to put win 7 on another disk for a dual boot. OSX and Windows are going to share a 1T drive storage, etc.
  12. HP Pavillion P6061af issue

    The audio should be relatively easy to find if you know what you are using for audio. If it is the onboard then it will be a Realtek driver. The graphics issue is not something I can help since I have Nvidia. Google hackintosh and your video adapter and see what comes up. It is possible that your graphics card is misidentified and you can get that from the info on the button "About this Mac." One thing that you may have to do is fix the USB with the IOUSBFamily_378.kext. Here is one link for some of the kext files. The others you have to google because there is a site that has all the kext files on line. Here is the link: http://www.insanelymac.com/2009/09/downloa...pard-3264-bits/
  13. HP Pavillion P6061af issue

    I am having a similar problem with my attempt to install on an Intel i750. The install hangs and tells me to power off. Maybe someone else will have an answer.
  14. I have the same MOBO, Bios and processor. My memory is OCZ PC3-16000 Gold Voltage Triple Channel 6 gig (3x2) but I remove one module for install. The vid card is Nvidia GTX 465. I have tried every possible way to install with the retail. The best I can get to an install is IATKOS 7 but when it reboots, I get the screen telling me to hold the power button. I will try your config and see if I can get the retail installed.
  15. HP Pavillion P6061af issue

    I don't know how to edit the DSDT. I had problems installing the OS with the retail using all different boot disks. If you can get to the install screen then that is half the problem. Make sure your bios is set to AHCI. The install takes a lot of time and you may think nothing is happening when the little circle keeps going around. It is not stuck, and just be patient. Then you can install with the PC-EFI after you format the disk. Then go to the terminal and one of the utilities is the PC-EFI. When you have the terminal you can install the EFI but you have to know the disk number and partition. If the installer ends with some files being installed then it worked. You have to watch the screen for disk number and partition number. Iatkas does not install for dual boot so you will have to use the whole disk. The next step is to customize and you have to expand all the options. There are some you can only select one even though they are all checked. Chose the EFI installer and the first power management item. The EvoSpeed Step and Sleep kext along with all the USB should be checked. You do not need to check other item for the kernel which will show modified kernels. Sound is voodoo. The Realtek Nic with the correct number. Nvenabler should be ticked under the Nvidia. Uncheck all the other video for ATI and Intel. If you can get the install started you have to wait for a long time while the circle goes around. The install is not stuck. When you get to about 8 or 9 minutes you will get the circle going around and it will reboot. Once you get that far, I can help you with the modifications to get everything working. Do not update to the new version because there are things you need to do before you install. Then come back to the thread and I will give you the rest of the things you need to do after the installation for the upgrade. Here is a link that will help you with the install of Iatkos with the customize items discussed: http://www.osx86install.com/support/38-iatkos-v7-readme.html Use that as a guideline for the install.
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