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Blue Dingo

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  1. Blue Dingo

    i2c-hid touchscreens, trackpads and more

    Forgive my novice knowledge on the matter, but just how much functionality will the final outcome have when you finish Alex? My perfect scenario is if pressure sensitivity will work with programs like Photoshop/Manga Studio then I will be over the moon. If that will be possible, I don't know...
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    10.8 on a HP dv6-6134tx

    So unless I have an external wifi adapter im stuck? Damn. And for getting Quartz, battery, brightness etc working?
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    10.8 on a HP dv6-6134tx

    Ok thanks, was able to boot and install. Still need to boot off the USB though and ethernet/wifi doesnt work and neiher does sound/video or battery and brightness Also any recommendation as to what kexts I should install? Thanks
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    10.8 on a HP dv6-6134tx

    This is the panic I got when I booted into verbose.
  5. Hey InsanelyMac So im trying to Hackintosh my HP dv6-6134tx with 10.8, and ive been trying to get it working with Chameleon, Chimera, and ###### and I havent really been able to get anywhere with it. So im wondering if some super awesome person is willing to help a newb with installing it, I realise that hackintoshing a laptop isn't always easy, I dont have much experience with kernals and DSDT's but I figure this is the best place to get it working. Here are the specs on my laptop. CPU: Mobile DualCore Intel Core i5-2410M, 2700 MHz (27 x 100) Motherboard Chipset: Intel Cougar Point HM65, Intel Sandy Bridge RAM: 4043 MB (DDR3-1333 DDR3 SDRAM) GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000/AMD 6770M Audio: IDT 92HD81B1X @ Intel Cougar Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [b-3] HDD: TOSHIBA MK5076GSX (500 GB, 5400 RPM, SATA-II) Network: Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1030 USB2: Intel Cougar Point PCH - USB EHCI #2 Controller [b-3] USB3: NEC uPD720200AF1 USB 3.0 Host Controller So first things first, what would the best way to get it installed, I have the 10.8 image and I tried installing on a 8gb USB using Chameleon and Chimera so unless im doing something wrong, I could never get to the installation screen. Any help would be highly appreciated. Cheers
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    Windows 7 and Mac Drive

    thanks for the pm gmcouto, but i tried that as well and i still dont get the disks but i do get my ipod and external HD, seeing that their formatted in HFS why would macdrive only recognise external drives and not the internal ones?
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    Windows 7 and Mac Drive

    i did the compatability thing and im using x64
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    Windows 7 and Mac Drive

    andy_bon or gmcouto, can you email me the modified msi file, i get some errors when i try to patch it dingoblue10@gmail.com
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    Windows 7 and Mac Drive

    i can confirm that andy_bons tutorial works to install macdrive but i cant see the drives in my computer ive uploaded what ive got atm
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    Windows 7 and Mac Drive

    same here, if theres write access in the x64 version dingoblue10@gmail.com
  11. Blue Dingo

    New AMD DVD for leopard

    my problem isn't the video, i have a x1600, i dont use the graphics of the 200x, but the installation disc cant see any of my freaken hard drives, no matter what i do!?!?! and im not sure what the problem is, if its the chipset, my board, i tried it with sata and ide, with master, slave, cable select on primary and secondary, and it still gives me cant see root device
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    Radeon Xpress 200M

    i know its not the video, but the install dvd can't see my hard drives
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    New AMD DVD for leopard

    how did you manage to install with the Xpress chipset?
  14. is it possible, for me to get this working with leo?
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    Radeon Xpress 200M

    i have this, have i any hope? but what about this guy, he installed leopard!
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