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Voyn1x

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  1. Sapphire 5770: 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: ATI Technologies Inc Unknown device [1002:68b8] (prog-if 00 [VGA controller]) Subsystem: PC Partner Limited Unknown device [174b:e147] -- 01:00.1 Audio device [0403]: ATI Technologies Inc Unknown device [1002:aa58] Subsystem: PC Partner Limited Unknown device [174b:aa58] Looking at mine and the others posted, strange how the model name is unknown for some.
  2. ATI HD 5770

    Same here, both 32 and 64bit.
  3. Replied by PM, but posting here for others: -------------- Wow, way to over complicate it! All you need is one of these: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/221302 Job done, converts the 5770 DP into a mini DP female, ready and willing for the ACD
  4. Woo, I can confirm DisplayPort is working perfectly using Vervet with my new display Having issues getting the inbuilt usb speakers to work, but thats for another thread.
  5. Hi Kabyl, great work. Tested with Sapphire 5770 on both DVI ports (not together) using a DVI to VGA adapter using default framebuffer. Hopefully I'll be picking up a Apple Cinema LED Display in the next couple of weeks so i'll be able to test DisplayPort also ioreg_with__screenshot.zip
  6. ATI HD 5770

    Hi Mohamed, I'm a little puzzled. How does your boot file differ to Traumas version posted earlier in this thread?
  7. iTunes 10.1 via Software Update

    If anyone like me hates the cringe-inducing vertically aligned window controls, you can get rid of this style with a hidden terminal command. Quit iTunes 10, and enter... defaults write com.apple.iTunes full-window -1 ...in a Terminal prompt. Relaunch iTunes and—voilà!—the standard window controls return.
  8. AnV Chameleon boot loader

    As much as i recognise the effort here, surely it would be better to offer your ideas and expertise to the Chameleon team rather than going it alone?
  9. I'm interested to know if this usb driver supports sleep better than the current one? On my machine using the old driver, my usb hard drive throw errors when resuming about not being unmounted properly and that data loss could have occurred.
  10. Private alpha test of Voodoo 9.5 Kernel

    I'm using an X2 with a K8 board so this certainly sounds like the cause
  11. Private alpha test of Voodoo 9.5 Kernel

    Hi mercurysquad, i'm one of the admins over at infinitemac who also suffers from the dual core bug mentioned earlier on my Athlon 4200 x2. I've been testing the alpha13 kernel without any flags. The system has now been up for 22hrs and i'm starting to suffer the usual symptoms like applications crashing with divide by zero errors like the following: Exception Type: EXC_ARITHMETIC (SIGFPE) Exception Codes: EXC_I386_DIV (divide by zero) Crashed Thread: 1 Thread 1 Crashed: 0 libSystem.B.dylib 0xffff0315 __gettimeofday + 53 1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x90b52159 gettimeofday + 50 2 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x90328600 CFAbsoluteTimeGetCurrent + 32 Also at the moment my console log is littered with these mDNSResponder entries: 28/09/2008 08:34:01 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time 3EA19EF3000046BC 28/09/2008 08:34:01 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time 3E241EFF000046BC 28/09/2008 08:34:01 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time 4496CD56000046BC 28/09/2008 08:34:01 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time 441979FF000046BC 28/09/2008 08:34:01 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime went backwards by 7 ticks; setting correction factor to -1474660758 28/09/2008 08:34:18 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time 1BBA4C29000046C0 28/09/2008 08:34:18 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time 1B3D6056000046C0 28/09/2008 08:34:18 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime went backwards by 7 ticks; setting correction factor to -1474660751 28/09/2008 08:34:48 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time 1774C52A000046C7 28/09/2008 08:34:48 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time 16F7FCF3000046C7 28/09/2008 08:34:48 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime went backwards by 6 ticks; setting correction factor to -1474660745 28/09/2008 08:36:34 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time F715CB75000046DF 28/09/2008 08:36:34 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time F69BF69C000046DF 28/09/2008 08:36:34 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time F7512365000046DF 28/09/2008 08:36:34 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time F6D201F3000046DF 28/09/2008 08:36:34 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time F762D3B2000046DF 28/09/2008 08:36:34 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time F74A62BD000046DF 28/09/2008 08:36:34 mDNSResponder[16] mDNSPlatformRawTime went backwards by 1 ticks; setting correction factor to -1474660744 which makes me think that there is still a timing issue between the cores. The 'backwards by x ticks' normally is a sign that the system is becoming unstable. There's quite a few of us dual core owners who suffer from the 'bug' and would love to get this long standing problem fixed. This certainly looks like our chance Send me a PM or come over to infinitemac if you want help with any testing! CPUID_Log.txt
  12. Leopard 10.5.4 (Lawless) Issues

    Hi jagger27, You should ask over at the AMD OSX86 forum here. You'll be able to ask LawlessPPC himself
  13. Sounds like it could be the AMD Dual Core bug. See the mammoth thread on it here: http://forum.infinitemac.com/comments.php?...page=13#Item_18 Try adding IDLEHALT=0 to your com.apple.Boot.plist. It solved the issues i was having with my 4200+ X2
  14. Yep kernel panic on reboot here too and I did have the Time Machine update installed previously.
  15. Onboard AC'97 - Distorted UI Sounds

    I had this exact problem, it turned out that it was because I was using a SSE2 processor. Bought a new processor with SSE3 support and the problem went away! I guess the SSE3 emulation has a few bugs in Leopard. You could also try changing the sample rate in Audio MIDI Setup to 44100.0 Hz.
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