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  1. Gonzalox

    Samsung Q430-11 DSDT Help

    I'm a new to all this DSDT thing, I need help for editing my DSDT (I can use guides from here or others forums) to fix some malfunctions. I have the following problems: 1) Brightness controls don't show up anywhere. No action from the FN+Up/Down. 2) Sleep Function dont work, so I cant close the lid or use sleep to save some energy I've also Legacy USB enabled, internal LAN disabled. And tried these Sleepenabler but it just dont work, it gives me KP once. Please help me I dont know what to edit, I have downloaded DSDTSE. I am asking for help here because I saw another topic where a user had the same problem and he got his problems fixed with help from other user. I've the same Laptop so I think it must be kinda easy to fix this. You can check the topic here: http://www.insanelym...howtopic=257063 I think i could merge some things from the fixed DSDT to mine, but Im not really sure if this works that way. My DSDT with no changes http://www.mediafire...lbprppxwax5vruz After compilation i get this message (just the bottom) Compilation complete. 0 Errors, 2 Warnings, 36 Remarks, 10 Optimizations I am using Snow Leopard 10.6.7 btw, sorry if something is unreadable, english isnt my native language. My Specs are Samsung Q430-11 Core i5 450M 4GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM nVidia GeForce 310M
  2. ...it shouldn't be this hard! I am trying to clone a functional Hackintosh HDD (OSX 10.6.7) to a new OCZ Vertex 3 120GB SSD on my Dell Mini 10v, using Carbon Copy Cloner and various bootloaders (tried one after another) to properly prepare the new drive. CCC cloned just fine, but when inserted into the Dell, the SSD gets stuck at the Apple logo / icon. When loading Mulitbeast w/ Chimera: Apple Logo is stretched, like it's not displaying correctly. No spinning pinwheel. Booting with a -v flag starts verbose mode (with a grey background screen), but then quickly disappears into a black screen and freezes with no verbosity. I think the last several lines that are displayed before blackness starts with "UHCI Controller: ..." When loading NetbookInstaller 0.8.5pre, the Apple logo is correctly displayed and I get a pinwheel, but it stays like that indefinitely. I am, however, able to boot in verbose mode. Here is the screenshot where it freezes. I have also tried several Chameleon bootloaders, but none work. I was expecting to use some of the great software many of you have written and contributed to, so I'm baffled as to why this won't work. Ideas? Thanks very much in advance, you Gods of Hack. `Tom
  3. Hello! I have really strange problem with my hackintosh. It was working perfectly, and just after one reboot it doesn't see my other harddisk. Hackintosh is installed on one harddisk, and windows 7 on other. Both hardisks were accessible from my hackintosh, but now they aren't. I've checked, and harddisk isn't visible from Disk Utility, and isn't visible in /dev folder (I have only /dev/disk0 which is my hackintosh harddisk). Any ideas what is happening and how to fix it ? Thanks
  4. I tried to update my machine from 10.6.3 to 10.6.7 by downloading the combo package from Apple website and then running it. However, I found out my computer hangs during the progress and shows kernel panic for unknown reason. The computer obviously does not boot after this. I was forced to re-install Snow Leopard (I use iATKOS S3) over again. There was no SleepEnabler.kext in both /Extra/Extensions and /System/Library/Extensions which others from the web told to remove in order to avoid KP. I also tried installing 10.7.0 Legacy Kernel before running the combo installer but the result was the same. What could be the reason in this case? I have no idea since the KP does not give any useful information... Here is my configuration: Manufacturer: DELL Model: Vostro 330 AIO CPU: Intel P6200 @ 2.13GHz Chipset: Intel HM57 Graphics: Intel HD Graphics (Arrandale) - PCI Sound: Realtek HD Audio (ALC272) LAN: Realtek RTL8168/8111 WLAN: Atheros AR9285 RAM: 2GB DDR3 Thanks! Edit: the installer says "Registering updated components" when the computer gives KP.
  5. Basically I need some help. What would you reccomend, what do you think is the best cheap laptop to hackintosh? The end goal is running 10.6.8 - 10.7 with Logic Pro 9 as the main application running, wifi and everything else is less important to me. Thanks.
  6. Hi there, I have upgraded Snow Leopard to 10.6.7 on my Toshiba NB 205 mini I used [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] latest version to update my USB support previously it didn't worked at all after the upgrade and when I used the kexts for USB from 10.6.3 (iAtkos s3 v2) the kernel would of crashed on any mount Now the usb works with the usb fix from [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] (can connect my iphone, can connect my canon camera etc...) but won't mount or "see" in diskutil ANY USB disks nor SD drives through the card reader (I presume that the card reader is connected through USB internally as well) Any Ideeas what can I do to make it work? I'ts a little bad because as the mini doesn't have a DVD drive ..can't really mount no disks what so ever... Thanks!
  7. I have a 64-bit Amd phenom II x4 b93 cpu, 8GB of DDR3 ram, Gigabyte GA-78LMT-S2P and an NVIDIA GeForce 210. I've gotten everything to be working like Audio,network,gpu. Now the only problem is whenever I'm on my SL Harddrive It will randomly crash. It happens more frequently when I'm watching a video or something. What happens is, the screen flashes for a little then everything stops. Usually audio will keep playing and I can still move my mouse around but I cant click or do anything. When it happens I usually reboot and get back in then usually after the reboot it will happen again 5-10minutes after. Sometimes I can go for hours without a problem. But then somtimes it happens within the first 20 minutes. Any ideas on how to fix this?
  8. Hello everyone, first of all, apologies if I have made a duplicate thread regarding this issue, for I have searched this forum (and others) extensively and have not found any proper thread addressing this issue. Secondly, I want to thank the awesome osx86 community, especially Nawcom, Kabyl and Mohamed. I don't know how you guys did it, but you guys are brilliant. Genius. Back to the topic, I have managed to install Snow Leopard 10.6.7 on my AMD System. Vanilla install used Nawcom BootCD. Wrestling with error codes during boot and changing kexts which a tiny change may cause my whole system to not boot and give me a panic attack (I've been trying this for a year. So its no surprise when something goes wrong I start to freak) But I've noticed, is there no functioning sleepenabler.kext for AMD Systems? Or has it eluded me from my search? I have tried putting it to sleep, and it does, I mean everything powers down, but it never wakes up. XD My Specs: AMD Phenom II x4 BE 3.2Ghz Asus MBA M4A87TD/USB3 Kingston Value Ram DDR3 1333 - @ GB x2 WD Desktop SATA 500 GB BLUE ASUS 24x DVDRW SATA BLACK ASUS EAH5750 FORMULA 1GB GDDR5 PCIE CoolerMaster ELITE 335 VANtec ION 2 620Watt PSU Coolermaster Hyper TX 3 AOC E2240VW BLK 21.5 LED Also, no powermanagement right? Thanks in advance. Happy hacking!
  9. Hello everyone. I am new to the forum as a poster, but not new to the site by any means. Prior to discovering OSx86, I had probably less than 10 minutes time spent on a Mac in my life and it was mostly surfing the web on friends'. I do a lot with audio and video and wanted to see what OS X was all about since people always scoff at me for using Windows for those things. I dove into research mode and have already spent, literally, the past week and a half straight when I'm not at work working on this. I've been getting about 2-3 hours sleep a night because I can't stop trying to get the install right, that's just how I am. LOL. Anyways, I didn't want you guys to think I got lazy and decided to make a PLEASE HELP ME! post right off the bat. I'm finally posting on here because I've exhausted all options I've found, or because my inexperience in the Mac world is causing me to overlook or miss something. I don't ever have a problem I can't fix/solve on a PC running Windows, so this is a new feeling of joy/frustration for me. So here's my scenario, laptop being used is spec'd as follows according to CPU-z & Windows Device Manager: Acer Aspire 5920-6914 (NOT the 5920G w/nVidia graphics) BIOS: v1.3813 (most current available) HDD: WD Scorpion Black 500GB 7200RPM Advanced Format (Split into 2 partitions, 300GB for Vista & 200GB for OS X) CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo T8300 2.4GHz 800MHz FSB "Penryn" Memory: 3GB DDR2 333MHz Chipset: Intel GM965 (rev C0) Southbridge: 82801HBM (ICH8-ME) (rev B1) Video: Mobile Intel® 965 GMA X3100 with 256 MB of GDDR3 VRAM 1280x800 (Full QE/CI) [8086:2A02 Rev 003] Audio: Intel HDA (Listed in Windows as Realtek HDA) [10EC:0888 Rev 1001] Wi-Fi: Intel 4965AGN [8086:4229 Rev 61] Lan: Broadcom Netlink Gigabit Ethernet [14E4:1693 Rev 2] I don't care about the camera functioning, I won't use it. When I first dove into exploring this, I opted to go for the iDeneb Leopard 10.5.5 install. Install after re-install completing sucessfully with various combos of options and kernels checked off, I'd wind up with a black screen and a mouse pointer stuck in the top left of the screen and a second pointer I could move around but the screen stayed black. I eventualy realized this was being caused by my checking off of the "X3100" video drivers install. Long story short, installing the iDeneb 10.5.5 with ONLY AppleAzaliaAudio, ICH-x Fix, Powermanagement fix and running the Vanilla Kernel was my ticket to happiness. Installing in this fashion led me to full video support with all resolutions listed, working headphone out and onboard speakers and volume knob (that's all I care about), and the ACPI battery functioned perfectly. Sleep, restart and shutdown all also functioned perfectly. I couldn't seem to find a resolution for either the wired or wireless internet (unless something's changed and there's a solution now) so I gave up on trying and planned to snag a new card that was compatible with both Windows and OS X. So you're thinking...well, that doens't sound like he has a problem... Well, then I said OK, that was Vanilla 10.5.5 with just a few small fixes...Let's go Snow Leopard as most programs I want to use require it anyways. So I installed Retail Snow Leopard 10.6.3 using the USB method. It installs and boots perfectly, using the Chameleon RC2 bootloader on the USB. But now, I only have 1024x768 listed for resolution, the video card is not being supported. I have no sound. Sleep doesn't work. The battery display and reading doesn't work, lists battery as 0% and won't let me check off "show battery on toolbar". I have tried EVERYTHING I can find to fix all of these issues and have had ZERO success. So here's what I've tried, all of which DID NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEMS. Battery: VoodooBattery.kext, changing my SMproductname to MacBookPro5,1, copying over the Powermanagement.bundle from the iDeneb install, DSDT auto patcher, [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]. Video: tried boot in 32 bit, various kexts from people's success posts with Aspire 5920's, google'd kexts, kexts + DSDT from osx86.net, DSDT auto patcher, [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]. I do not want to use a force res string, I want the card to actually be functioning properly. Audio: copy and install AppleAzaliaAudio.kext from iDeneb install, various AppleHDA kexts, VoodooHDA, various Realtek ALC888 kexts, DSDT auto patcher, [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]. NOTE: The VoodooHDA kext gave me everything EXCEPT internal speakers which out of all things is the main thing I want. I really only care about the internal speakers and headphone out. Sleep: This I JUST noticed wasn't working in Snow Leopard for me right before I came back to Windows to type this out. I'd like for the computer to do like it does in Windows and Sleep if I close the lid. I was able to successfuly update from 10.6.3 to 10.6.7 using the updates directly from Apple's site. I never have any boot freezes or issues until I start going in and swapping kexts and messing with things. I know there are plenty of people with this exact computer that have done this successfully, so it's becomming more and more frustrating that I can't figure out what I'm missing here. As it stands right now, I've got a totally bone-stock 10.6.7 install ready to go. I will be forever grateful if someone can just give me a simple step by step to fix this. Again, all I want to fix is sleep, the battery, video and audio (onboard speakers and headphone out) (and either wired lan or wifi if there IS a fix for that now, but I don't want to compromise system stability). I hope I have provided everything you will need but let me know if you need any more info. Thank you tremendously in advance. -Eric
  10. I have mostly successfully installed 10.6.7 on a fairly new HP 210-3000 with an Atom N570 (dual core with multithreading). In case anyone wants to do something similar, I'll set out what I did: For the most part, I followed the same instructions for installing it on a HP 110 at: http://www.mymacnetbook.com/2011/11/12/mac-os-x-snow-leopard-10-6-7-on-hp-mini-110-3710-guide/ Before I did that, however, I used gparted to create a new HFS partition (so I could leave windows installed in case I needed it). I also tried to install various other versions of OSX without success (I'm not saying other versions cannot be installed, just I spent many hours installing and re-installing without success). I was forced to vary slightly from the above instructions to get things working on the 210: USB in 10.6.3 - unlike in the instructions above, 10.6.3 recognised the 210's USB, which meant I didn't have to fiddle around in windows to download the appropriate drivers and updates; Netbook Installer failed - when I tried to use Netbook Installer on my 10.6.7 system, it inevitably screwed it up. In the end, Netbook Installer wasn't going to provide much, so I avoided that last step. No USB in 10.6.7 - One thing Netbook Installer would have done is to re-enable USB under 10.6.7. Instead I used [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]'s USB restore function. My 210 has an Atheros AR9285 wifi card, and drivers exist for it! Unfortunately I went through several before I found one that worked. In the end, the next from this package got me online: http://www.osx86.net/downloads.php?do=file&id=1279. After installing the kext, I had some trouble connecting to my network, the fix was to change my wifi from mixed, to just 802.11G. After that, it has worked fine. So I now have a HP mini 210 running a (mostly) working 10.6.7. Unfortunately many things are far from perfect. My netbook still experiences the following limitations: No control over sound volume - while I have sound, it is impossible to turn the sound down, or even mute it; No control over screen brightness; No control over power use (this and the previous point mean that my 210 has an OSX battery life of 5 hours, rather than the 10 hours it gets under windows); The trackpad is functional, but overly sensitive, and doesn't support scrolling; and No sleep or hibernate. I understand that most of these fixes probably require diving into DSDT. I cannot seem to get my head around DSDT at all. I also see that it relates to the computer's BIOS, and get very afraid of causing permanent damage. I hope this will help someone, and I would appreciate any help or suggestions to resolve the last few limitations.