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bluedogmike

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  1. I have the same problem with a Compaq CQ56-115dx laptop running Hazard 10.6.6. I have tried a few different kernels, same result. VoodooHDA works fine, but cursor needs to be moving. Also flooding cpu with command "yes /dev/null" keeps system running fine, but is a poor solution. Any takers? Help would be great!
  2. Leo4AllV3 Dell Studio Graphics and WiFi

    I'm glad it works on a few different models, I worked for weeks trying to achieve sleep. finally I was able to help a few other folks, which is nice since I've received much help from others on this forum.
  3. Hackintosh on Dell XPS 1645

    Search "display sleep trick dell" and you should fine some useful info,this occured on the 1535 model and some others
  4. I have a Dell Studio 1535 with an Intel 3100 graphics card and it all works well, QE, CI, sound, wifi, power management, sleep. I did a bit of research about the graphics to avoid the pitfall of the ati and intel 4500 video cards. I compiled and edited my own dsdt.aml to get sleep to work, lots of trial and error. Good Luck, Mike
  5. Leo4AllV3 Dell Studio Graphics and WiFi

    Are you talking about my dsdt.aml? If so thats even better, haven't even tried on 10.6.2, don't know about 10.6.3 either.
  6. Dell Studio 15 - I need a few fixes...

    I was able to enable sleep by tweaking my dsdt.aml file. It has a powerbutton fix and speedstepping (p-states) . Sleep is working well and wakes via powerbutton. Sleep on lid close is working. But I feel this is the key to getting all other sleep issues corrected. *Sleep only works while plugged in to ac, trying to figure out what the problem is........ Find attached the dsdt.aml file. Working on 10.5.8, also works with Snow Leo 10.6.1 You MUST set your lidwake to 0 for this fix to work at all. Attached is a shot of the terminal with the proper commands dsdt.aml.zip
  7. Lets make the Studio 15 a Hackintosh!

    I am also trying to get sleep working, the best I can do is on a 10.5.6 install, I get sleep with wakeup after about 10 secs (after hibernate file is written). Wake reason = PCI. Have modified dsl.aml, can't seem to figure it out....
  8. Leo4AllV3 Dell Studio Graphics and WiFi

    I know this is an old thread, but has anyone been able to achieve sleep while running Leopard or Snow Leopard on this model. (with 3100 graphics) If so please share your experience, it would be greatly appreciated. Well to answer my own question here it is. I was able to enable sleep by tweaking my dsdt.aml file. It has a powerbutton fix and speedstepping (p-states) . Sleep is working well and wakes via powerbutton. Sleep on lid close is working. *Sleep only works while plugged in to ac (10.5.8), Works on battery also on 10.6.1..... Find attached the dsdt.aml file. Working on 10.5.8, also works with Snow Leo 10.6.1 You MUST set your lidwake to 0 for this fix to work at all. Attached is a shot of the terminal with the proper commands dsdt.aml.zip
  9. Dell 1545 Snow Leopard Retail/boot132 Install

    Also make sure your booting in 32bit. At Chameleon prompt, hit down arrow and enter "arch=i386 -v" without quotes. This will let you see whats goin on and also ensure that your booting in 32bit architecture
  10. ALC662 Snow Leopard

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  11. need vanilla 10.6.2 applehda.kext

    Hi, Just a heads up: I downloaded the above file and it seemed to be a bit different than the file I extracted w/Pacifist from the 10.6.2 update. I was unable to get my sound working correctly till I swapped them out, and then all was good, hope this helps
  12. Had same problem w/iAtkos 10.5.2. I believe it to be a Framework issue (i.e. mismatched w/running system). I now run a vanilla install (boot 1-2-3) and all those type of problems are gone. Good Luck
  13. Try these they work great: My Bios Settings: advanced limit cpuid max to 3 - disabled no-execute memory protect - enabled cpu enhanced halt (c1e) - disabled cpu thermal monitor 2 (tm2) - disabled cpu eist function - disabled integrated peripherals on-chip primary ide - enabled on-chip secondary ide - enabled on chip sata - auto usb controller - enabled usb 2.0 controller - enabled usb keyboard - enabled usb mouse - enabled legacy usb storage - disabled azalia codec - auto onboard lan - enabled onboard lan boot rom - enabled (i think this fixes some intermittent bonjour issues, but not sure) onboard serial port - disabled onboard parallel port - disabled power management acpi suspend type - s3
  14. Can't Boot into iAtkos v1.0i r3

    disable legacy usb devices in bios, and to make it simple, install to a pata hard drive. I have same board and it works fine, also use bios version 6.0. I use medevils driver w/Sata hard drive to store data, not to boot. I seemed to encounter to much instability booting off of a sata drive with medevils driver.
  15. Greetings, I have attempted this with Kalyway 10.4.10 on the mbr and Kalyway 10.5.1 on the guid/efi. I am wondering if certain hardware may retain firmware through the reboot process causing the next Os to become unstable ? ex., video cards network cards, tv cards..... I have had to remove power and reseat my memory to remove the gremlin like action of my PC. Just a guess, but after reseating the ram, whichever OS I boot seems to run flawless till I reboot over to the other OS. I would really enjoy some input from some of the geniuses here! mobo is P5NSLI cpu is core 2 duo 6400 Thanks, Mike
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