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  1. It's because of the default screen saver. Just disable the screen saver completely since there isn't a screen attached to the guest any way.
  2. What we also should take into consideration is that fact that they might've used an unaltered version of Chameleon. (Only providing their own theme which is loaded from external resources and thus isn't covered with any license.) Do they still have to share any sources in that regard? I don't see any point in it. And indeed, the Apple license allows Parallels to do this stuff.
  3. I'm wondering if anyone has been able to find out if we can get sound working with DSDT again for AppleHDA >= 2.0
  4. This is probably due to issues with Plex, some other programs also have issues with sound in Lion and OS X 10.6.8. At least I know a fix is in the works for XBMC/Plex.
  5. Information on VESA modes in ATI&NVIDIA bios

    I just wanted to thank whoever came up with this idea, as I've successfully altered and flashed the BIOS of my Radeon HD5770 yesterday and can now use 1920x1200 in Chameleon.
  6. ATi HD5000 BootLoader !

    Check if you haven't got your card in the wrong PCIe slot either. It should be in the slot closest to your CPU. Disable the JMicron controller in your BIOS while you're at it because it's {censored} anyway.
  7. HWSensors project

    Unfortunately I didn't have the opportunity yesterday to test the plugins individually, but it seems the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext problem is related to mine, since it's both related to power management. Strange thing is that it's caused by one of the plugins, so I hope to give more info tonight. (No promises! ) Edit: OK, so I did some tests, and both IntelThermal and the IT7xxx plugin prevent my power management from working correctly. I'm using the bare FakeSMC now, which works great either way, but I don't have any temperature readings now, which is a bummer.
  8. HWSensors project

    I found that deleting all plugins solved the problem, so FakeSMC itself is not causing the problem, but IntelThermal or the SuperIO bundle. So I'll fiddle with those a bit tonight. After having removed those plugins and getting my turbo ratios back, I can confirm performance was suffering. Everything is a lot faster again, also in Xbench. I don't have any numbers with me here, but it's just for information.
  9. HWSensors project

    Because the other FakeSMC fork by Slice was causing some stability problems I decided to give this one a go, but it's giving me problems with my power management. On my rig I normally get a message from AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement about Turbo Ratios for my Core i7, but since using this FakeSMC that's gone, and I've been having some weird performance issues. Everything feels a lot slower than normal. I'm using the binaries from the 18th, and don't use the nvClock kext as I have a Radeon 5770. Any clue why this might be happening, or is there any way I can help to find the problem?
  10. ATI HD 5770

    Tried and failed. Only netkas' ATY_init works without supplying a ROM. But I don't mind using a ROM as sleep mode is working with this card and bootloader. I've got a 100% perfectly working Hack now!
  11. ATI HD 5770

    This is awesome! It works great with my Club3D Radeon HD5770 (CGAX-57724IDP) and the VBIOS I extracted from it.
  12. Problems with ATI 4870

    You can get a Radeon 4870 with a non-reference board working, but not 100% natively. It's the same case with the Radeon 4890, because that's also not officially supported, there has never been an 4890 for Apple machines. ATY_init and EVOenabler do give you the possibility to use such cards, but you'll have issues like sleep not working, like I have.
  13. Any luck on ATI HD 4870 Sleep issue under SL

    Not that I can help you, but I'm having the exact same problem. When I install a simple Geforce 7200 card, sleep works exactly as intended, and with my ASUS Radeon 4870 inserted, it won't come out of sleep... Also, GraphicsEnabler isn't working at all for me, EVOenabler and ATY_init do though, but I don't understand what the difference is. Except for that GraphicsEnabler seems a much cleaner way to me.
  14. No it doesn't. You'll need to edit your DSDT to get cpus=1 fixed for your machine. But there are other topics covering that subject. I still have panics with v1.1 of this extension. I also tried using Local-Root, but that doesn't make a difference. I'm not using anything like NullCPUPowerManagement, but fixed my HPET using DSDT, could that be causing the troubles? I still find it a bit awkward that everything does work OK when I use the -v option. I'm not sure what causes it to fix it.
  15. Thanks for this, shows up nicely for my Core i7 (as Quad-Core Xeon) with the QPI value. For those of you using a CPU with a QPI, fill in the correct value divided by 4 in SMexternalclock. For example, I filled in 1200 to get a value of 4.8GT/s in System Profiler, which is correct for my i920. I do have one remark though, I think the OSBundleRequired or dependencies aren't correct yet. The kext works fin in /E/E, but only when I boot with -v, which gives kexts a small delay in loading. If I boot without -v, AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement panics immediately. I'm gonna try some different OSBundleRequired values now, and see if it helps.