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About zedtechus

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  1. Hello, Hi, I am not sure why but in El Capitan the SATA Intel Chipset series in System Information looks wrong because it shows Intel 8 Series instead of 9 Series Chipset . My build has this motherboard GIGABYTE Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H-BK (rev. 1.1) BIOS version F8. Anybody has an idea what might be the issue or where to start the checks? I'm attaching a screenshot with details. Thank you very much.
  2. Hello, I have a HP 6470b laptop which works perfectly with OSX 10.10 except the battery percentage. I know I need to have DSDT file in order to make it work. The problem is I never generate/edited a DSDT file. I'm already using Clover Boot manager. Can somebody help me a bit on documentation and how ti generate and edit the DSDT file for my setup to make working the baterry percentage? Thank you.
  3. When you say replace with SL's working graphics you mean Snow Leopard (which I don't have installed obviously) or System Library? And replace theme where? put them in Extra folder? This folder is currently empty. Thanks for your help. This is an Intel i5 520M Arrandale with Intel HD Graphics
  4. Yes, all of theme and still the same. I use AHCI in bios and tried with cpus=1 npcia=0x2000 32bit or 64 bit still the same result. I also tried with Lion 10.7 USB key and I get the same error.
  5. Hi Guys, I have a HP ProBook 6450b (i5 quad core) with 4GB, integrated Intel HD graphics and Kingston SSD. Every time I try to boot with 10.8 USB key it gets stacked with the following message: ACPI_SMC_PlatforPlugin::stat - waitForService(ressourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement) time out DSMOS has arrived And it freezes here... Do you know how to fix that? Thanks.
  6. Hi Guys, This is my first post for this forum. Recently I installed MAC OS X Lion 10.7.2 on my desktop computer based on EVGA 680i SLI with Intel Quad Q6600, 6GB of RAM, NVidia 7300 GS 256MB and 5 internal HDDs (all SATA II 3Gb/s) After one week of hard work I finally succeed with the Lion installation but (there is a but) like other users in this forum I've started having the issue with the spinning colored ball and nothing works anymore except cold reboot and start over. This is happening almost every time when I try copying big files or having a very intense hard drive activity. My question is: is there any kind of solution for this annoying problem? Thank you. Zed I currently use: - boot in i386 (I get KP with x86_64) - AppleNForceATA.imk64bit.kext - all 6GB of RAM in use - dual screen (RGB + DVI) with my Nvidia GeForce 7300 GS (display sleep mode work well for RGB connection but keeps sleep/awake every few seconds on DVI connection!) Please let me know if any other info needed.