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  1. Hey guys Here is my little guide to install OSX 10.6.8 on the EeePC 1000H. I'll quote some of the CicciMTS and scenemusic topics, thank you guys. What is needed ? A Asus EeePC 1000H A 8GB or more USB Pen drive An empty hard disk drive An other mac or hackintosh A USB mouse My package of tools, including the latest Apple OS X 10.6.8 Combo update Restore and Boot from USB On your mac/hack, go to Disk Utility, find your USB Pen drive, erase it with GUID Partion Table and Mac Extended Format (journaled). Then, restore your iAtkos image on your USB pen drive. Next, you need to make your USB drive Bootable. Find Chameleon in the tools Folder, open it and install it on your new Snow Leopard USB pen drive. Installation Boot into BIOS, if available, set the SATA mode to AHCI. If you can't it should work too so don't worry Select your USB Pen Drive and boot on it. Chameleon will appear, select your iAtkos install drive, and type -v to boot in verbose mode. After a moment, the OSX installer should appear. Trackpad will not work so plug in a usb mouse. Select your language and click next. on the top of the screen, find disk utilty, and erase your HDD with GUID Partion Table and Mac Extended Format (journaled) options, and close Disk Utility. Click Next until the installer ask you on which drive you want to install OSX. Do not install it yet, click on Customize. Select the following options : -BOOT ASEREBLN -BOOT OPTIONS 32BITS GRAPHICS ENABLERS ETHERNET BUILTIN USB (all) -PATCHES CREAR EXTRA FAKESMC DISABLER RTC KERNEL ATOM EVOREBOOT SLEEPENABLER UUID -DRIVERS SATA-IDE SATA/AHCI or INTEL SATA/IDE if you didn't enable AHCI in your bios -SOUND VOODOHDA -PS2 VOODOOPS2 or APPLEPS2 -POWERMANAGER VOODOPOWER -LAPTOP HARD BATTERY CARD READER THERMAL ACPI -VGA INTEL EFI STRING GMA950 (all) -WIFI Ralink RT2860 -WIRED ATLANSIC L1E Click OK and install OSX on your HDD. First Boot and update to 10.6.8 Remove your USB stick from your computer, Chameleon should appear, boot your new OSX installation with -v boot flag. Once you've created your account you should be on your desketop. Run the Combo Update installer but do not reboot!! Force Quit out of the installer (hold down the Option key and click and hold over the Installer icon in the Dock. Select Force Quit) and Run the Legacy Kernel installer and then reboot the machine. now you should see that your graphics driver doesn't work anymore. Run Kext Utility and let it repair the permissions and update the cache. when it says "all done" drag and drop all the graphics kext into kext utility, and when it says "all done", reboot your computer. Cross your fingers and reboot your computer. You should now have a fully working EeePC 1000H, with graphics, sound, wifi, USB, bluetooth and Ethernet Working with the lastest Snow Leopard update. You can have the latest security updates on your system with Software Update, it will not damage your installation. Sorry for my bad english, I'm french. Fell free to ask questions if you need, thank you guys
  2. I was wondering, is it okay to install certain software through software update if you're running on 10.6.8 legacy kernel instead of a vanilla kernel? Or will it break my system? I'm running a snow leopard system on my Dell OptiPlex GX520 with 4 gigs of ram, and a 2.8 GHz Pentium 4HT Here's my software update window. install.tiff Which software is safe to install?
  3. Hi guys Im new here and I have a problem, I have been using os x 10.6.3 to 7 with no problems, I upgraded to 10.6.8 and got my netbook working fine.... Kernel, Wifi, Ethernet, USB and card reader (Acer Aspire ZG5, Intel ATOM) but my one problem is booting up from the hard drive. When I boot from hard drive it simply stops at the desktop image.... as in it boots into osx but from I can see my Desktop image I can move the pointer but nothing else happens. No menu, no Keyboard Commands or anything...and it just hangs there forever. but when I use the USB boot it works fine.....regardless of which bootloader I use.... any Ideas? here is a screen shot of the system booted up with the USB drive and one when it boots from hard drive....
  4. izzy5708

    Help with dell gx620

    Hello, I am new hackintosher, After following a few tutorials, guides, google and trial and error i managed to install 10.6.3 and update it to 10.6.7 via iAtkos method perfectly functional(i tried the guide here but didnt work for me) now when i try to update to 10.6.8 and i restart computer boots and runs extremely slow and now usb but 10.6.7 is fully stable hackintoshed about 10 times using multiple methods but result is always the same any help would be appreciated my system specs and methods i have tried below Specs Dell Optiplex gx620 Intel pentium d 3.4 ghz processor 3gb memory 500gb sata(use for mac) and 80gb sata gma950 2772 device id integrated graphics Wmp54gs wlan card(airport) 10.6.3 but 10.6.8 doesnt take even after reinstalling old kext) Methods Iatkos s3 Nawcom boot cd(##### legacy wont boot my computer keeps restarting) w/ myhack 1.1 Please help no kp only a slow machine i have all kext files that make it work just very slow and no usb
  5. I've been scowering the forums for a fix for a couple weeks now, installed all forms of VoodooHDA, Ensoniq audio to fix the audio stuttering issues in Snow Leopard 10.6.8 on VMware, I ended up taking a break for a bit, and attempted to start the VM in Virtualbox, the audio works flawlessly without lag. The problem is however, in Virtual box i have non of the benefits of VMware Additions for OSX (Video Drivers, Shared Folders About This Mac, etc... and quite a few other things don't work properly. Is there possibly a way to use VMware additions on a virtual machine in Virtualbox or use Virtualbox Audio device in VMware? If not is there some way to figure out the difference at boot/loading etc thats allowing Virtualbox to properly play audio, view USB connected items, and mounted CD Images? There has to be a way....after audio most every problem is solved and the install is flawless (USB/Mounted can be ignored because of VMware shared folders) Possibly if i can get some more adept people to assist me, together we can provide a workaround for all the Audio Stutter woes that envelop the forums (at least from extensive googling past few days hello 150 tabs >.>) Thanks in advance, even if i'm just plucking at straws, typing this relieves a bit of stress as i've been troubleshooting this for a week or so straight
  6. Drkovorkian

    Quadro 5000 working 10.6.8

    Hey, didn't find much on my searches, so i thought i put this up here for anyones reference. On my system i have a working PNY QUADRO 5000, got it working with the nvidia drivers for the quadro 4000 mac version from their website. Also using GraphicsEnabler = yes Wicked Bad!
  7. Edgecrusherr

    Help! XFX Radeon HD 6670 2GB 10.6.8

    Hi, I just bought the XFX 6670 2GB (see link from Best Buy) . I can't get my system to fully recognize the card. It'll boot, but isn't fully functional. My current org.chameleon.Boot.plist is below. I've tried several variations, in this form it'll let me pick a few resolutions (not the 1920x1080 I want), and the screen shows the loading Apple screen the whole time, but if I screen share into the computer from my Macbook Pro, I can see the desktop and use the machine. I checked other 6670 forums, but maybe I'm missing something. Maybe it's because I have the 2GB version? OR maybe it's XFX's 6670? I'm not sure. System works with no problem with the 5450, and works with the 5770 "batmobile" (though I have issues with the 5770, but that's for another day). I'd REALLY appreciate any help! Thank you! System Info: Mac OS X 10.6.8, clean install, update to 10.6.8 [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] 3.10.1 - Snow Leopard Edition with [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] VoodooHDA 0.2.61, Lnx2Mac 0.0.67 Ethernet driver Asus P7P55D Pro (I have a P7P55D-E Pro that I need to RMA) Intel i7 870 16GB Ram Velociraptor 400GB HDD System Profiler shows the following: AMD Radeon HD 6670 Series: Chipset Model: AMD Radeon HD 6670 Series Type: GPU Bus: PCIe PCIe Lane Width: x16 Vendor: ATI (0x1002) Device ID: 0x6758 Revision ID: 0x0000 org.chameleon.Boot.plist: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>EthernetBuiltIn</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>GraphicsEnabler</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>arch=i386 npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=0</string> <key>AtiPorts</key> <string>3</string> <key>AtiConfig</key> <string>Bullrushes</string> <key>Legacy Logo</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>Timeout</key> <string>2</string> <key>Graphics Mode</key> <string>1920x1080x32</string> </dict> </plist> http://www.bestbuy.com/site/XFX+-+AMD+Radeon+HD+6670+2GB+DDR3+PCI+Express+2.1+Graphics+Card/4677014.p?id=1218505322347&skuId=4677014&st=6670&cp=1&lp=1
  8. Hello all, longtime lurker and first of all - thanks for all the amazing info the community here has supplied me with! This forum has helped me put together two great builds in the past (x58 on gigabyte boards - mostly foolproof, but still great info/learning to be found on these boards...) So here's the current project - I have an old Dell Inspiron 9400. Its got a 1.83ghz core duo (not core2duo - so 32bit only I believe), 2gb ddr2, Sigmatel 9200HD audio, Broadcom 440 nic, 30gb ssd (placeholder for troubleshooting this install), and a Radeon x1400 Mobility. LINK to full specs I had decent luck running everything on this system at 10.6.3 - audio working, wireless working, basic video functionality (x1400 unrecognized however). I was also running with only one core throughout this part of the install (OSX then identified as a core solo). I've since added in TSCsync kext and activating both cores works, although I can only boot currently with -x/safemode (see below) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ After things were going smoothly I installed the 440 broadcom kext, voodoo HDA 2.2, and my best guesses for the x1400 Radeon kexts - I used RadeonHD.kext (from this thread - mine was the 5/26/2010 - before extension modes/nubs added in), and ATIx1000 kext with <key>IOPCIMatch</key> <string>0x71451002</string> added in (supposedly the x1400 ID...) ....From this point on out things have gotten progressively worse, I keep saving backups of kexts I'm editing and trying different combinations of bios settings, kext files, and workarounds. I'm in over my head and need some help from some pros in order to sort this out and continue learning. I have a feeling I'm doing something really idiotic in terms of my boot problems. As of now I cannot boot normally, only with safe mode. Also, booting with verbose/-v results in the images below. "Photo-1" shows a snapshot of verbose and "Photo-2" (apologies, slightly blurry) is fractions of a second prior to the next screen appearing "Photo-3". This chain of events is consistent and always occurs when booting with only the "-v" flag. I have also reproduced this with and without my boot plist i386 setting and PCIRootUID=1 (not sure if I even need these??). As you can see in the pic, "Photo-3" is a scrambled grey bar on a white page. This occurs every time following the verbose boot. Attempting to boot with no flags results in a hang on the apple loading screen (wheel stops spinning and boot hangs/system unresponsive). Only means of successful boot at this point is using safe mode. Below I've attached the full listing of my system/library/extensions, extras/extensions, smbiost plist, and apple boot plist: System\Library\Extensions: ACard62xxM.kext ACard68xxM.kext ACard671xSCSI.kext ACard6280ATA.kext ACard6885M.kext ACard67162.kext Accusys6xxxx.kext ALF.kext Apple_iSight.kext Apple16X50Serial.kext AppleACPIPlatform.kext AppleAHCIPort.kext AppleAPIC.kext AppleBacklight.kext AppleBacklightExpert.kext AppleBCM440XEthernet.kext AppleBluetoothMultitouch.kext AppleBMC.kext AppleEFIRuntime.kext AppleFileSystemDriver.kext AppleFSCompressionTypeZlib.kext AppleFWAudio.kext AppleGraphicsControl.kext AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext AppleHIDKeyboard.kext AppleHIDMouse.kext AppleHPET.kext AppleHWSensor.kext AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementClient.kext AppleIntelE1000e.kext AppleIntelGMA950.kext AppleIntelGMA950GA.plugin AppleIntelGMA950GLDriver.bundle AppleIntelGMA950VADriver.bundle AppleIntelGMAX3100.kext AppleIntelGMAX3100FB.kext AppleIntelGMAX3100GA.plugin AppleIntelGMAX3100GLDriver.bundle AppleIntelGMAX3100VADriver.bundle AppleIntelHDGraphics.kext AppleIntelHDGraphicsFB.kext AppleIntelHDGraphicsGA.plugin AppleIntelHDGraphicsGLDriver.bundle AppleIntelHDGraphicsVADriver.bundle AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext AppleIntelSNBVA.bundle AppleIRController.kext AppleKeyswitch.kext AppleLPC.kext AppleLSIFusionMPT.kext AppleMatch.kext AppleMCCSControl.kext AppleMCEDriver.kext AppleMCP89RootPortPM.kext AppleMIDIFWDriver.plugin AppleMIDIIACDriver.plugin AppleMIDIRTPDriver.plugin AppleMIDIUSBDriver.plugin AppleMikeyHIDDriver.kext AppleMobileDevice.kext AppleMultitouchDriver.kext AppleOnboardDisplay.kext ApplePlatformEnabler.kext AppleProfileFamily.kext AppleRAID.kext AppleRAIDCard.kext AppleRTC.kext AppleSDXC.kext AppleSEP.kext AppleSmartBatteryManager.kext AppleSMBIOS.kext AppleSMBusController.kext AppleSMBusPCI.kext AppleSMC.kext AppleSMCLMU.kext AppleStorageDrivers.kext AppleThunderboltDPAdapters.kext AppleThunderboltEDMService.kext AppleThunderboltNHI.kext AppleThunderboltPCIAdapters.kext AppleThunderboltUTDM.kext AppleTyMCEDriver.kext AppleUpstreamUserClient.kext AppleUSBAudio.kext AppleUSBDisplays.kext AppleUSBEthernetHost.kext AppleUSBMultitouch.kext AppleUSBTopCase.kext AppleVADriver.bundle AppleXsanFilter.kext ArcMSR.kext ATI1300Controller.kext ATI1600Controller.kext ATI1900Controller.kext ATI2400Controller.kext ATI2600Controller.kext ATI3800Controller.kext ATI4500Controller.kext ATI4600Controller.kext ATI4800Controller.kext ATI5000Controller.kext ATI6000Controller.kext ATIRadeonX1000.kext ATIRadeonX1000GA.plugin ATIRadeonX1000GLDriver.bundle ATIRadeonX1000VADriver.bundle ATIRadeonX2000.kext ATIRadeonX2000GA.plugin ATIRadeonX2000GLDriver.bundle ATIRadeonX2000VADriver.bundle ATIRadeonX3000.kext ATIRadeonX3000GA.plugin ATIRadeonX3000GLDriver.bundle ATIRadeonX3000VADriver.bundle ATTOCelerityFC.kext ATTOCelerityFC8.kext ATTOExpressPCI4.kext ATTOExpressSASHBA.kext ATTOExpressSASHBA2.kext ATTOExpressSASRAID.kext AudioAUUC.kext AudioIPCDriver.kext autofs.kext BootCache.kext CalDigitHDProDrv.kext cd9660.kext cddafs.kext CellPhoneHelper.kext Dont Steal Mac OS X.kext DSACL.ppp DSAuth.ppp DVFamily.bundle EAP-KRB.ppp EAP-RSA.ppp EAP-TLS.ppp exfat.kext HighPointIOP.kext HighPointRR.kext ICAFWKodakProDriver.kext ImmersionForceFeedback.kext IO80211Family.kext IOACPIFamily.kext IOAHCIFamily.kext IOATAFamily.kext IOAudioFamily.kext IOBDStorageFamily.kext IOBluetoothFamily.kext IOBluetoothHIDDriver.kext IOCDStorageFamily.kext IODVDStorageFamily.kext IOFireWireAVC.kext IOFireWireFamily.kext IOFireWireIP.kext IOFireWireSBP2.kext IOFireWireSerialBusProtocolTransport.kext IOGraphicsFamily.kext IOHDIXController.kext IOHIDFamily.kext IONDRVSupport.kext IONetworkingFamily.kext IOPCIFamily.kext IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext IOSCSIArchitectureModelFamily.kext IOSCSIParallelFamily.kext IOSerialFamily.kext IOSMBusFamily.kext IOStorageFamily.kext IOStreamFamily.kext IOSurface.kext IOThunderboltFamily.kext IOUSBFamily.kext IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext IOVideoFamily.kext iPodDriver.kext iTunesPhoneDriver.kext JMicronATA.kext L2TP.ppp LogitechForceFeedback.kext mcxalr.kext msdosfs.kext ntfs.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext NVDANV40Hal.kext NVDANV50Hal.kext NVDAResman.kext NVSMU.kext OSvKernDSPLib.kext PPP.kext PPPoE.ppp PPPSerial.ppp PPTP.ppp PromiseSTEX.kext Quarantine.kext RadeonHD.kext Radius.ppp Sandbox.kext SM56KUSBAudioFamily.kext SMARTLib.plugin smbfs.kext SMCMotionSensor.kext SoftRAID.kext System.kext TMSafetyNet.kext udf.kext ufs.kext VoodooHDA.kext VoodooTSCSync.kext webcontentfilter.kext webdav_fs.kext Extras/Extensions: ACPIMonitor.kext AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext ApplePS2Controller.kext ATI48xxInjector.kext EvOreboot.kext FakeSMC.kext IntelCPUMonitor.kext IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext JMicron36xATA.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext RadeonMonitor.kext SuperIOFamily.kext smbios.plist <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" " http://www.apple.com...yList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>SMbiosversion</key> <string>######.tonymacx86.com</string> <key>SMboardproduct</key> <string>Mac-F22589C8</string> <key>SMfamily</key> <string>MacBook Pro</string> <key>SMproductname</key> <string>MacBookPro6,1</string> <key>SMserial</key> <string>C02CGEE6DC79</string> </dict> </plist> com.apple.boot.plist <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" " http://www.apple.com...yList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>arch=i386, PCIRootUID=1</string> </dict> </plist> Any ideas as to what's going on with my install? Is this happening because of the "ACPI_SMC_... WARNING..." (in photo 2) or more likely because of the Radeon x1400 kexts? Any thoughts, ideas, or general help would be much appreciated!
  9. boa noite, pois bem, estava com um tópico em aberto há um dia atrás sobre problemas de gráfico após a atualização 10.6.8, mas tive mais problemas e decidi formatar o mac e instalá-lo denovo, agora gostaria de saber qual o melhor boot para as minhas configurações, e o melhor jeito de habilitar os gráficos, para a atualização (10.6.8), sempre tenho problemas em relação à atualização 10.6.8 x gráficos. Instalei o Mac com um i boot legacy, com um mac retail 10.6.3. só peço para que tenham uma certa 'paciência', sou um tanto leigo no assunto, sei o básico, o que posso encontrar aqui no forum. Eu já li o tópico de como instalar drivers nvidia (este aqui em português), e o de instalação do mac em uma gx620 (este daqui, como o meu), porém lá ele utiliza a placa de vídeo onboard da gx620, eu utilizo uma offboard (nvidia 9500GT 1gb). obrigado pela atenção.
  10. Well after 3 excruciatingly long days I have finally done it! I manged to get OSX 10.6.8 installed on my AMD machine but i'm still stuck in a few places... I am a super noob at this but good with tech work in general. I'm a Programmer/Web Developer/Hardware/Software Support guy by trade. hardware info: AMD FX4100 ATI HD5450 Gigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H So I used ModCD and a retail copy of 10.6.3 with the following flags: rd(0,0)/Extra/modbin_kernel arch=i386 legacy_kernel cpus=1 busratio=17 colors=32 GraphicsEnabler=No After a successful install I still couldn't get my machine to boot without a few flags: busratio=17 colors=32 UseKernelCache=No npci=0x2000 Once I finally reached the OS I did the following: Ran the Apple Combo Update for 10.6.8. Before rebooting installed legacy kernel AMD for 10.6.8 Ran Mulitbeast 3.10.x and installed all kexts, fixes, and ##### stuff Committed the second set of flags above to my org.chamelon.boot.plist Rebooted So the machine currently boots and runs but adding the ati5000injector.kext for my HD5450 to my Extras/Extensions folder causes the boot process to stall until it's removed. It seems to stall at the NvClockX loading process which i'm guessing is some sort of nvidia driver. Can I remove these drivers or is there a better way to get my ATI card to work? Can I fix my boot process so I don't have to use so many hardcoded flags to get it to start? Thanks in advance -Mike
  11. Hello guys, I've got a laptop with a Clevo M7X0SU motherboard and a NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS graphics card. Well I'm trying to update my Snow Leopard from 10.6 to 10.6.8. I am using 32 bit mode. Updates until 10.6.4 went fine, then when updating to 10.6.5 I had to remove the NVEnabler.kext (because of a black screen), then updates until 10.6.7 went fine too. Now I'm updating to 10.6.8. I replaced the IOUSBFamily.kext with the one from 10.6.7 to get my USB functionality back. Now I can only boot with "GraphicsEnabler=no" flag into VGA mode (1024 x 768). Until 10.6.7 the graphics worked fine. But now when I try to boot with graphics enabler I get a green screen. When I try the following flags: PCIRootUID=0 + GraphicsEnabler=yes -> Green screen PCIRootUID=1 + GraphicsEnabler=yes -> VGA mode (like no graphics enabler) I tried to use NVEnabler kext, but there I get either this or the same green screen. Do you have any idea? Thank you in advance! Greetings, Max
  12. Warmach1ne

    Won't boot.

    After I updated to 10.6.8, I was unable to boot properly. I booted my machine in verbose mode, and this showed up. I used the boot flags PCIRootUID=1, npci=0x3000 and GraphicsEnabler=Yes.
  13. Hi! As some of you may know, the AMD hackintosh scene isn't dead! Thanks to our genius developers (AnV, Sinetek, Nawcom, R:A:W:X86 and others... ), we now have ability to boot SL on AMD machine, WITH ARCH=x86_64! This involves some patching and tricks, and doesn't YET work on all AMD boxes. UPDATE: Sinetek just released a new kernel for Athlons and other Pre-Phenom CPUs! NOTE: After successful 64-bit boot (System Profiler -> Software -> 64-bit Kernel and Extensions: Yes), please post your processor in this topic. Confirmed processors: Phenom II x6 1090T Phenom II x4 965 Athlon II X4 645 Athlon II x4 640 Athlon II x3 435 Athlon X2 250 Athlon 64 x2 4000+ Requirements Working 10.6.8 installation, with either AnV or Nawcom legacy kernel Phenom II or maybe some other processor with L3 cache. Doesn't work with Athlons yet. Amd_insn_patcher to get patched dyld and other files. Backups, if you don't want to start everything from the start again. A little bit of brains, I think about 10 grams is enough. Installation Make sure you have backup of your HDD etc. I'm not responsible if you lose any of your data or if anything happens to your hard- / software. This may, or may not work. Don't do this if you have a working i386 -force64 system and you're happy with it. This kernel and other stuff is purely experimental, not stable release. Continue only if you have understood this. Let's start the process. Boot your hackintosh with AnV or Nawcom kernel, with arch=i386 and -force64! The patcher will screw your installation if you don't boot with -force64. Download the right kernel for your CPU, don't replace your existing kernel with it, just put it to the root of your HDD Patch your dyld and other stuff. Only works if you booted with -force64! Google more instructions for patching. This version of patcher works for me. Edit your boot.plist, change kernel to "sinetek" and arch=x86_64. No need for -force64 anymore. (or try with manual bootflags first) MAKE SURE ALL YOUR KEXTS ARE 64-BIT! This could work (not on Mac atm, can't test), x86_64 means 64-bit. Try to reboot. If it fails, reboot and type your bootflags in the Chameleon screen like: legacy_kernel arch=i386 -force64 Post problems / successes here and I'll try to help you. Downloads Sinetek's kernel for AMD Phenom II: sinetek.zip http://www.solidfile...m/d/c2c6c0b171/ Sinetek's kernel for Athlons and other Pre-Phenom CPUs: sinetek_pp.zip http://www.solidfile...m/d/4a1af3a4d1/ Amd_insn_patcher (that should work correctly) amd_insn_patcher.zip http://www.solidfile...m/d/8b7f18de54/ Pre-patched QuickTimeComponents, if patcher fails for you http://www.solidfile...m/d/24773eeddc/ More information If anyone reading this tutorial is interested in more (Lion/ML on AMD), check out the new AMD Development section! There you can find latest tests / kernel builds. And if you don't know the answer for the topic poll (and still want to answer), check this out. Changelog v. 1.00 - My first tutorial on this forum v. 1.01 - better structure v. 1.02 - Added external dl links v. 1.03 - New kernel by Sinetek added to downloads v. 1.04 - Added poll v. 1.05 - Made poll easier to understand v. 1.06 - Added "confirmed processors" v. 1.07 - Added more info about the kernel, thanks Instant Idiot. v. 1.08 - Added information about 64-bit kexts
  14. So, I'm running Mac OS X snow Leopard in VirtualBox and I got everything working pretty well. Slow downs here and there, but it's VirtualBox. I successfully updated it to 10.6.8 and had to force edit PLists to get a good resolution. Now, I'm wondering, how can I get proper drivers for it? I mainly want to do this so that I can test Minecraft type things (like say I fork something like InsideJob and I want to test if it works or not) and also, to get the sexy transparent menubar. Whenever i run minecraft, I get an LWJGL/OpenGL sort of bug and I'm not quite sure how to fix it. In addition, the App Store is very slow and Im thinking graphics might help a little =P So, if you guys need anything else about the computer besides the following information, let me know below Compter: Lenovo IdeaCentre Intel Pentium Dual Core 3.2 ghz 4 gb of ram (~3.7 usable) Intel Express Chipset (Allocated 128 mb along with 3D and 2D acceleration) Windows 7 Ultimate x64/~20gb Alloated for an Ubuntu 11.04 partition I really hope you guys can help me, I'm not expecting to be able to play Minecraft on super duper settings with decent FPS but I at least want to be able to play it with all the settings turned down and at least get 25 FPS just to test =) Thanks in advanced, Mike PS, I used LeoHazard 10.6.2 as my install base and updated it to 10.6.8 =P
  15. Inception After my experience with iAtkos s3 v2 and Acer Aspire One D150 i decided to write a guide can help someone. Hardware Config: This is the hardware configuration of my Acer Aspire One D150-1Bb. It's very important check the components. CPU: Intel Atom N270 @ 1,6Ghz 32-bit RAM: Corsair 2Gb Video: Display Intel 945GSE Wireless: Broadcom4312 Ethernet: Atheros AR8121 Whats is necessary 1. USB Pen 8Gb 2. Ethernet Network 3. An other Hackintosh o Mac 4. Many patience. Pre-Install: Boot from USB After you download the iAtkos s3 v2 (Snow Leopard 10.6.3) ISO you can restore it on USB at least 8Gb. You can do it with another Mac or Hackintosh, or if you have external DvD reader, you can create a DvD to boot. Restore the ISO of iAtkos with Utility Disk and then you must install the bootloader. The only one that works for me it was Chameleon v2 RC4. Pay attention where you install the bootloader! Chameleon 2.0 RC4.zip After that the iAtkos is ready to install. Installation The BIOS Put the USB before start the PC. On Start push F2 to access to BIOS where we need to set the Hard Disk in SATA Mode. So, from "Information" tab slide to "Main" tab and scroll down to "SATA Mode". Set it on "AHCI". After that slide to "Boot" tab and scroll down to USB HDD, pushing F6 take the usb on the first place. Now save all with F10 and Yes. The USB will boot. The Installer I don't write flag on boot for the installation, if you have some problems you can try with verbose (-v). During the installation the trackpad will not work, but the keyboard yes, so you can use a USB Mouse (mine is a wireless mouse, so i suppose they works). With Utility Disk create the partition e go on with the installation. When you select the partition where you want install iAtkos, go on Customization (button on bottom left - I'm Italian, so my label is different). You need to install: Bootloader: Chameleon v2 RC4 (the others bootloader gives to me only problems) Bootloader Options: GraphicsEnabler, USBFix Patches: /Extra directory, fakesmc, Disabler, RTC, Modified Kernels -> Intel Atom, USB, UUID Main Hardware: SATA/IDE: AHCI SATA, Intel SATA/IDE Audio: Voodoo Audio PS/2: Voodoo PS/2 CPU Power Management: select all Laptop Hardware: Battery, Card Reader, TSC Sync VGA: Intel (select the first three voice) Network: Wireless: don't select anything. Bcm4312 card gives to me some problem during the first boot, so we will install it after. Wired: Atheros (Select all) Now you can install iAtkos s3 v2. Post-Install: il primo avvio Try one first boot without flag on boot, if you can't start try with these: -v -f npci=0x2000 arch=i386 cpus=1 GraphicsEnabler=No(o Yes) Follow the first boot and the configuration of your account and now download all necessary files for setting up the aspire one, because after that you can have some USB problems. Now reboot. Because the CPU is an Intel Atom we need to use a modified kernel. You can find here ( here the original post) the atom kernel of Snow Leopard 10.6.8 . More or less i followed the post step by step, skipping some step about SL 10.6.7. IT'S VERY IMPORTANT do a backup of the kext IOUSBFamily.kext e IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext that are necessary to work the USB after the update, that replaces this files. What you have to do: 1. Download and unzip the kernel on Desktop 2. Start Terminal.app and write this sudo -s mv ~/Desktop/mach_kernel_atom / cd ~/Desktop mkdir backup cd /S*/L*/E* cp -R AppleHDA.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ cp -R IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ cp -R IOUSBFamily.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ Now you can start the update ONLY FROM COMBO UPDATE (you can find here). IT'S VERY IMPORTANT that, when update finish: NOT reboot. 3. Back on Terminal and write cd /S*/L*/E* rm -Rf AppleIntelGMA950.kext rm -Rf AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext rm -Rf AppleHDA.kext cp -R ~/Desktop/backup/* ./ 4. Delete SleepEnabler.kext On my installation the "Extra" folder was hidden, so with ShowHiddenFiles.app you need to show it. ShowHiddenFiles.zip Delete SleepEnabler.kext from /Extra/Extensions*. *(If you don't find SleepEnabler.kext on /Extra/Extensions search it on /Sistema/Libreria/Extensions) What you need to do if you forget to delete SleepEnabler.kext 5. Restore USB kext We put "backups" folder on S/L/E (/System/Library/Extensions) folder so copy IOUSBFamily.kext and IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext and paste it on /S/L/E. If you not have a backup there is mine: USB Fix 10.6.8.zip Repair permissions with KextUtility. 6. Edit kernel on boot.plist On my Extra folder i don't have any org.chameleon.boot.plist, so i edit com.apple.boot.plist on /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration. Copy the file and past it on Desktop, then open it with TextEdit.app, changing: <key>Kernel</key> <string>custom</string> to <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel_atom</string> PAY ATTENTION about you write. For a wrong word the system doesn't boot Check that the value <key>USBBusFix</key> <string>Yes</string> is in the file. Now save and copy com.apple.boot.plist in /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration replacing the older. [if you want you can copy it also on /Extra] If you want: You can create org.chameleon.boot.plist copying the text of com.apple.boot.plist and you can create the smbios.plist file with Chameleon Wizard to put it on /Extra. 6. Now you can reboot. First boot after Update to 10.6.8 Now we not have any VGA driver, so: 1. from the backup folder restore the AppleHDA.kext on /System/Library/Extensions. 2. unzip the VGA drivers: 3438-GMA950 for 10.zip and put all files on /S/L/E/. 3. Repair the permissions with KextUtility.app 4. Reboot. Wireless 1. From SLE copy IONetworkingFamily.kext and past it on Desktop. 2. Now put it on /Extra/Extensions. (Don't skip the copy on Desktop or you can have permissions problem) 3. Unzip the driver Broadcom Broadcom43XXFamily.kext.zip and put it on /Extra/Extensions 4. Repair permissions 5. Reboot Issues Trackpad: After the repair of USB and reboot the trackpad doesn't works, so i fixed it with this pkg VoodooPS2Controller.pkg.zip USB recognized by System Information but not mounted: You need to restore IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext (at the end of topic) and IOUSBFamily.kext, both of kext. At the time all seems works! Credits A special thanks to carbo178, which helped me to solve all the problems after installation and without whom I would have (most likely) trashed my netbook Files Chameleon 2.0 RC4.zip ShowHiddenFiles.zip USB Fix 10.6.8.zip Kernel Atom qui (Original post qui) 3438-GMA950 for 10.zip Broadcom43XXFamily.kext.zip VoodooPS2Controller.pkg.zip
  16. <p><span style="font-size:14px;"><span style="font-family: comic sans ms,cursive;"><span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 128);"><strong><span id="result_box" lang="en">hellos to all the gurus of these issues ... well I'm new to edit the dsdt and change the SMBIOS and all that stuff so I turn to you who know of this mess and help me to ordain a decent dsdt for my pc well my laptop is as follows acer / emachines EM250 KAV60 identical to the acer aspire one AOD250 My hardware is as follows Processor / Speed ​​Intel ® Atom ™ processor N270 (512 KB L2 cache, 1.60/1.66 GHz, 533/667 MHz FSB) Core Logic Chipset Mobile Intel ® 945GSE Express Chipset (DDR2 400/533/667 MHz) Mobile Intel ® 82801GBM Chipset 533 MHz System Bus Speed Single channel RAM With One soDIMM • DDR2 533 1 GB samsung Video Subsystem Intel integrated Graphics Media Accelerator 950 27ae
  17. Salve a tutti, mi sto cimentando nell'installazione di snow leopard nel pc di un mio amico (in allegato al post il report di AIDA64) Ora sto cercando una scheda video compatibile. Qualcuno me ne potrebbe consigliare una a un prezzo economico (20-30 €)? Non mi interessa che sia molto potente (512 MB vanno bene), l'importante che funzioni perfettamente su snow leopard 10.6.8. Premetto che è da un po' che cerco solo che non avendo molta esperienza in campo hackintosh vorrei andare più sul sicuro Io ho trovato queste tre: 1) Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5450: http://www.amazon.it...54552583&sr=1-2 2) Asus ATI Radeon HD 5450: http://www.amazon.it/Asus-Hd5450-Pcie-Hdcp-Hdmi/dp/B00371PORS/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1354563123&sr=1-3 3) ASUS GeForce 210 SILENT: http://www.amazon.it...54553588&sr=1-1 Che da quanto scritto qui: http://wiki.osx86pro....php/HCL_10.6.8 sembrano essere compatibili. Che ne pensate? Vanno bene? Cosa mi consigliate? Grazie di tutto il vostro aiuto PS: non so se serva però questo hack utilizza il kernel legacy in quanto ha CPU AMD PPS: l'unica porta PCI express della MOBO è 1.0 Report.zip
  18. Hi I've recently updated from 10.6.3 to 10.6.8 on my amd pc. I used ##### with several fixes including usb rollback before restarting. After some tinkering I've managed to get it to boot to the desktop. However, my cursor is stuck in the top left of the screen. I can still use my keyboard however so It's not the common usb error (which rollback should have fixed). I have tried manually inserting 10.6.3 Kexts for iousbfamily.kext and the other one, something to do with storage?.. But the mouse still doesn't work. I've tried several usb mouses and none work so I know it's not the device. Has anyone had this problem or know of a solution? Thanks
  19. Hi everyones i have a Dell Vostro 1310, with SL 10.6.3, today i update the system to 10.6.8 and everything is crash, i forget Dont restart and install m-beast so, now i have a brick in my backpack, i dont want delete everything, but if i need, i plan to do it, i use the iAtkos s3 v2 (10.6.3) and one more thing, i cant use the VGA output only send lines to the external display. Please anyone can help me with this, everything can help me, now im checking the previous thread to find something, sorry if this topic its duplicated. Greetings! Motherboard Dell Vostro 1310 Mobile DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo T5750, 2000 MHz (12 x 167) Samsung 2GB 667MHz DDR2 RAM (2x1GB) Hard Drive Seagate Realtek ALC268 @ Intel 82801HBM ICH8M - High Definition Audio Controller Intel GMA X3100 144mb video adapter Dell 1395 adapter (broadcom) Network Adapter Realtek PCIe GBE Controller Family FireWire Controller O2Micro OHCI Compliant IEEE1394 Host Controller North Bridge Intel Crestline-GM GM965
  20. pippo135

    Verifica Dispositivo - App Store -

    Ciao a tutti, ho un problema con l'App Store in Snow Leopard 10.6.8...non riesco ad accedere con l'account e quindi non mi fa scaricare nessun'applicazione. Attraverso Chameleon Wizard ho modificato "org.chameleon.plist" aggiungendo PCI=Root1 e Ethernet Built in ma non va lo stesso...ho anche modificato smbios.plist rendendolo il più veritiero possibile... Spero in qualche consiglio
  21. Ciao a tutti, ho aggiornato da poco a 10.6.8 da iAtkos s3 v2 dopo aver fatto un pò di prove per qualche mesetto con Lion ecc. ecc. Alla fine ho scelto di tenere 10.6.8 perchè più stabile e apparentemente senza problemi Ho un problema con Safari e con l'App store e non so se i 2 problemi siano collegati fra loro Safari si blocca di continuo: sembra che ogni volta che mi muovo tra i pannelli aperti ricarichi la pagina, non posso muovermi con la barra di scorrimento che si blocca, ogni volta che apro un pannello sta a caricare per 30 sec tutto ciò da quando ho aggiornato a 10.6.8 ma è strano perchè 2 formattazioni fa funzionava perfettamente L'App Store invece non mi fa accedere con l'account apple perchè dice che non è in grado di riconoscere il computer o il dispositivo. Ho seguito altre discussioni già presenti riguardo questo problema ma cancellare tutte le impostazioni dal network ed il relativo file non ha funzionato. Il mio smbios installato da multibea** è mac book pro 6,1 perchè mi sembrava il più adatto (Acer 5920g specifiche in firma) Ho letto anche che si deve modificare org.chameleon.plist e inserire ETHERNET BUILT IN ma la mia LAN non è integrata bensì un'usb perchè l'integrata (broadcom 5787m non funziona su sl) Spero di essere stato abbastanza esplicativo, spero in qualche risposta...Grazie
  22. ACTUALIZACIÓN: 14/04/2012 - EdiciÓn del DSDT con FrameBuffer Baboon y ediciÓn de éste acorde con los conectores de nuestra tarjeta. Extra.zip - 184.2 KB KEXTS.zip - 607.0 KB Hola a tod@s, Llevo varios años siguiendo este foro como base principal a la hora de buscar informaciÓn acerca del mundillo OSX, sin embargo no me había decidido a aportar ninguna guía hasta ahora... Mis conocimientos no son para nada avanzados en lo que a OSX se refiere, pero me gustaría agradecer lo poquito que sé de esto a un auténtico maestro: Roisoft, del que aprendí todo lo que sé acerca de la ediciÓn DSDT, KEXTS, o cualquier conocimiento algo más avanzado sobre MAC. Tras tiempo apartado, y aunque ni siquiera sé si aún está operativo el canal EvOSx86 del IRC, como decía antes me gustaría comenzar la guía agradeciendo a Roisoft y en general a todo los gurús que tuve la suerte de conocer en dicho canal (un saludo para Pere también). Me gustaría decir que soy usuario de MAC, y que recomiendo la experiencia de usar OSX en un MAC real, aunque esta instalaciÓn espero os sirva como primera toma de contacto con el que para muchos es uno de los sistemas operativos más sencillo de manejar, a la vez que funcional e intuitivo. Dicho esto, comienzo a detallar cÓmo suelo instalar OSX y en particular cÓmo he llevado a cabo esta instalaciÓn utilizando esta placa con Socket 1366 usando un i7 960 con el que tendremos un Hack más o menos modesto. Hay muchas guías incluso varias para esta placa y no pretendo explicar ni mejor ni peor como instalar OSX, simplemente mi manera personal de instalar el sistema operativo de la manzana (en concreto OSX 10.6.8) -no he instalado Lion aún, simplemente porque prefiero esperar al prÓximo 10.8- (manías de las versiones impares)... NOTA: Antes de comprar los componentes del equipo que queréis montar, es muy útil conocer el Hardware de Apple para buscar una combinaciÓn Hardware lo más compatible posible. En mi caso el HARDWARE más relevante utilizado para la instalaciÓn es el siguiente: Placa Base Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R Rev. 2.0 (con BIOS FE) Procesador Intel Core I7 960 3.20Ghz (Socket 1366) Gráfica ATI Sapphire Radeon HD 6770 1GB GDDR5 (flasheada con Device ID de la 5770) Memoria G.Skill Sniper DDR3 1333 PC3-10666 2x4GB CL9 (configurada como 9/9/9/24) Disco Duro WD Caviar Black 1.5TB SATA3 (conectado en SATA0) El SOFTWARE instalado: SNOW LEOPARD 10.6.0 Retail DVD Image (instalado desde el DMG) Combo Update 10.6.8 Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (opcional – instalado en una segunda particiÓn) Chameleon 2.1 r1577 (o el último Chimera) Los KEXTS instalados: FakeSMC.kext V4.2_rev530 (emulador SMC de Netkas sin plugins) JMicron36xSATA.kext (para la controladora JMicron JMB362 del eSATA) PXHCD.kext (para el USB 3.0) RealtekRTL81xx.kext (para la tarjeta de red RTL8111E) NOTA: Puesto que tengo la tarjeta de sonido desactivada (utilizo una tarjeta de audio profesional por firewire), no he instalado ningún kext para el AUDIO. Si queréis usarlo, no tenéis más que utilizar un kext ALC8XX. +Info sobre KEXTS: El kext de la controladora JMB362 lo podemos cambiar por el JMicron36xATA.kext en caso de usar la controladora en modo IDE (este cambio debemos hacerlo desde la BIOS). El kext “PlatformUUID.kext” solucionaba problemas con iTunes, Time Machine, SuperDuper, etc. No obstante desde la versiÓn 2.0 RC5 de Chameleon, el bootloader puede hacer la misma funciÓn del kext (inyectar un UUID) de forma automática, así que ya no lo usamos El DSDT instalado: Las tablas DSDT contienen informaciÓn acerca del Hardware de la máquina. Estas tablas se almacenan en la BIOS de nuestra placa, y el sistema operativo las lee para identificar todo el hardware de nuestro equipo. Gracias a la EdiciÓn DSDT, podemos “modificar” el DSDT de nuestra BIOS para inyectar informaciÓn útil que OSX interpretará al detectar nuestro Hardware “no oficial”. Hay 2 maneras de inyectar/modificar nuestras tablas DSDT: Modificando directamente las tablas en el archivo ROM BIOS de nuestra placa base, para reescribir la Flash con nuestra ROM modificada, o usando la clave DSDT de un bootloader que soporte sobreescribir las tablas DSDT al vuelo (por ejemplo chameleon). En mi caso, me gusta la idea del bootloader, puesto que nos permite hacer modificaciones del cÓdigo del DSDT de una manera ágil, con solo cambiar el archivo AML que el bootloader cargará al inicio sobreescribiendo nuestro DSDT original de la BIOS por el nuestro modificado con varios fixes que mejorarán la manera en que OSX tratará nuestro hardware. IMPORTANTE: El DSDT debe ir acorde con la BIOS de nuestra placa. El archivo DSDT.aml aportado con esta guía corresponde con la versiÓn FE de la BIOS para la placa utilizada . Si vuestra placa tiene una versiÓn de ROM BIOS diferente, debéis extraer el DSDT de vuestra versiÓn, para aplicarle posteriormente los fixes correspondientes. Si queréis aplicar los mismos Fixes aplicados en este DSDT, una manera sencilla es usar un editor de texto que permita comparar dos archivos DSL (cÓdigo AML desemsamblado desde la BIOS original) -yo uso BBEDIT-. Utilizando un archivo DSL original sin parchear que coincida con la versiÓn aquí parcheada (FE), podréis comprobar todo el cÓdigo modificado/añadido al DSL original de la BIOS FE, y tomarlo como guía para parchear vuestro DSDT partiendo del archivo DSL de vuestra versiÓn de ROM BIOS. Para extraer el archivo AML, yo aún utilizo el antiguo DSDT Patcher desde OSX, no obstante podéis usar DSDTSE (el editor del EvOSx86 Team), o incluso el nuevo Chameleon Wizard. NOTA: Debéis iniciar en OSX sin ningún DSDT.aml cargado (en Extra o raíz). También podéis extraer el DSDT desde Windows usando Everest ahora llamado AIDA64 (gracias a MaLd0n). los comandos para compilar/descompilar archivos dsl y aml respectivamente en terminal son: iasl -f DSDT.dsl iasl -d DSDT.aml ( podéis comprobar la última versiÓn de IASL desde este hilo del foro ). NOTA : Actualmente la última versiÓn descargable desde la página oficial de gigabyte España para esta placa es la FH. Podéis probar a realizar la tarea flasheando vuestra placa con la última versiÓn. Por supuesto, también podéis hacer un Downgrade de vuestra BIOS a la FE para que vuestra BIOS coincida con el DSDT.aml aquí expuesto (no recomendado). No voy a entrar en detalles de cÓmo se modifica el cÓdigo AML de nuestro DSDT. Para ello, os animo a leer las guías del programa DSDTSE del EvOSx86 Team o los pdfs que encontraréis en http://www.osx86.es En el foro: Gigabyte DSDT Fixes , Change Device-ID for Sleep , SpeedStep , Slow SATA , iCloud FIX . Info general sobre la EspecificaciÓn y sobre EFI . Podéis consultar la guia de Fixes de olarila.com , con multitud de fixes útiles con los que ponernos a trabajar en nuestro DSDT. Incluso podéis añadir más fixes que los aplicados en el DSDT de esta guía. Os recomiendo leer este post para poneos al día con los fixes genéricos y esta lista de patches . Aparte del DSDTSE, también podéis usar el DSDT Editor and Patcher hecho en JAVA por "el_coniglio". Si tenéis errores de compilaciÓn, podéis probar a solucionarlos automáticamente con el propio DSDT Editor and Parcher o el Autopatcher de MaLd0n Los fixes que tiene el DSDT.aml que yo he utilizado para esta guía: - SpeedStep para Procesador i7 960. - InyecciÓn del Frambuffer “Vervet” para la gráfica ATI 5570. - InyecciÓn de la tarjeta de red como Built-in para evitar problemas con Time Machine. - USB Fixes (USB0-5 a UHC1-6 y USBE a EHC1 y USE2 a EHC2). - SATA Fixes (solucion Orange Icons para no usar IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext). - LPCB Fix . - BUS0 añadido al SBUS. - HDEF Fix para los pin configurations. - RTC Fix . - Fix Device (PIC) y (TMR) para evitar fallos de audio a partir de la 10.6.3 - HPET Fix . - Power buton Fix (PWRB). - Shutdown Fix (SLPE). IMPORTANTE: He inyectado el FrameBuffer Babbon porque aún cambiando el DEVICE ID de la tarjeta para que sea compatible, OSX identificará la tarjeta como “5700 Series” y no como 5770, por lo que aplicará el “FrameBuffer” genérico y no el específico más acorde para nuestra tarjeta, lo que ocasionará fallos en algunas aplicaciones (ej: DVD Player se cierra). NOTA: Para saber si OSX ha cargado el FrameBuffer correcto, podéis usar este comando desde la ventana de terminal: ioreg | grep ATY CONFIGURACION DE LA BIOS DE LA PLACA Para que nuestra máquina sea lo más compatible posible con OSX, debemos configurar correctamente la BIOS de nuestra placa. Según mi experiencia esta sería la configuraciÓn para esta placa, no obstante si cualquiera desea comentar cualquier mejora, por supuesto es bienvenida: Advanced Frequency Settings: CPU Clock Ratio 24x CPU Frequency 3.20Ghz (133x24) Advanced CPU Core Features: Intel® Turbo Boost Tech Enabled CPU Cores Enabled All CPU Multi Threading Enabled CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) Enabled C3/C6/C7 State Support Enabled CPU Thermal Monitor Enabled CPU EIST Function Enabled Bi-Directional PROCHOT Enabled QPI Clock Ratio AUTO QPI Link Speed 4.8Ghz Uncore Clock Ratio AUTO Uncore Frequency 2667Mhz Base Clock (BCLK) Control Enabled BCLK Frequency (MHz) 133 Extreme Memory Profile Disabled System Memory Multiplier (SPD) 10x Memory Frequency 1333Mhz PCI Express Frequency (MHz) AUTO Advanced Clock Control: CPU Clock Drive [800mV] PCI Express Clock Drive [900mV] CPU Clock Skew [0ps] IOH Clock Skew [0ps] Advanced Memory Settings: System Memory Multiplier (SPD) 10x Memory Frequency 1333Mhz Extreme Memory Profile (X.M.P) Disabled Performance Enhance Standard DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD) Expert Profile DDR Voltage 1.5V Profile QPI Voltage 1.175V Channel Interleaving AUTO Rank Interleaving AUTO Channel A + B + C Timing Settings: CAS Latency Time 9 tRCD 9 tRP 9 tRAS 24 tRC AUTO tRRD AUTO tWTR AUTO tWR AUTO tWTP AUTO tWL AUTO tRFC AUTO tRTP AUTO tFAW AUTO Command Rate AUTO B2B CASE Delay AUTO Round Trip Latency AUTO Advanced Voltage Control: Load Line Calibration Standard CPU Vcore NORMAL Dynamic Vcore +0.00000v QPI/VTT Voltage 1.1750v AUTO CPU PLL 1.800v AUTO MCH/ICH PCIE 1.500v AUTO QPI PLL 1.100v AUTO IOH Core 1.100v AUTO ICH I/O 1.500v AUTO ICH Core 1.1v AUTO DRAM DRAM Voltage 1.500v AUTO DRAM Termination 0.750v AUTO Ch-A Data VRef. 0.750v AUTO Ch-B Data VRef. 0.750v AUTO Ch-C Data VRef. 0.750v AUTO Ch-A Address VRef. 0.750v AUTO Ch-B Address VRef. 0.750v AUTO Ch-C Address VRef. 0.750v AUTO Miscellaneous Settings: Isonchronous Support Enabled Virtualisation Technoloy Enabled Advanced BIOS Features: Quick Boot Enabled HDD SMART Capability Enabled Limit CPUID Max. to 3 Disabled No-Execute Memory Protect Enabled Full Screen Logo Disabled Init Display First PCIE x16-1 Integrated Peripherals: eXtreme Hard Drive (XHD) Disabled ICH SATA Control Mode AHCI SATA Port0-3 Native Mode Enabled Green LAN Disabled Onboard USB 3.0 Controller Enabled eSATA Controller Enabled eSATA Ctrl Mode AHCI GSATA 6_7/IDE Controller Disabled GSATA 8_9/IDE COntroller Disabled Power Management Setup: ACPI Suspend Type S3 (STR) Soft-Off By PWR-BTTN Delay 4 Sec. PME Event Wake Up Enabled Power On By Ring Disabled Resume By Alarm Disabled HPET Support Enabled HPET Mode 64-bit mode Power On By Mouse Disabled Power On By Keyboard Disabled AC Back Function Memory ErP Support Enabled PC Health Status: Reset Case Open Status Disabled CPU Warning Temperature 60ºC/140ºF CPU FAN Fail Warning Enabled CPU Smart FAN Control Enabled CPU Smart FAN Mode Auto IMPORTANTE: Esta configuraciÓn está basada en el micro Intel i7 960 sin ningún tipo de Overclock. Si deseáis hacer overclock, los parámetros varían, y quizá la ediciÓn DSDT para el SpeedStep también. Si alguien quiere aportar su configuraciÓn específica para hacer overclock a este micro y su cÓdigo DSDT para el SpeedStep en caso de cambiar (no estoy seguro porque no hago nunca overclock), actualizaría la guía con dicha opciÓn. Por otro lado, la secciÓn de configuraciÓn de la memoria RAM coincide con los mÓdulos G.Skill Sniper DDR3 1333 PC3-10666 con CL9/9/9/24 Si vuestros mÓdulos DDR tienen una configuraciÓn diferente, debéis utilizar otros parámetros acorde con ellos. Además, yo he desactivado los puertos GSATA 6, 7, 8 y 9 porque no los utilizo. INSTALACION DE SNOW LEOPARD 10.6.0 (gracias a Roisoft por enseñarme este método): Para instalar el sistema operativo de una manera más rápida y cÓmoda, usaremos otro OSX (podéis usar un Desktop conectando el disco duro al SATA de la placa o un portátil conectando el disco duro usando una caja externa o adaptador USB/Firewire). Por tanto es imprescindible disponer de otro equipo con OSX funcionando para poder realizar la instalaciÓn usando este método. Esta guía no utiliza el método de instalaciÓn standard por DVD. Lo primero que debemos hacer es particionar el disco duro (en mi caso un WD de 1.5TB) en dos particiones (una para OSX y otra para Windows 7). Si solo deseas OSX, debes crear una sola particiÓn. Si optas por el Dual Boot, para evitar problemas, es importante que dediques la primera particiÓn a OSX y la segunda a Win7 con Formato “MS-DOS”. Quedaría algo así: IMPORTANTE : Yo utilizo el sistema de particiones GUID . Puedes comprobarlo pulsando el botÓn “Opciones” que veis en la captura anterior. Luego debemos montar la imagen del DVD de instalaciÓn (Mac OS X Install DVD.dmg) Para poder acceder a los archivos ocultos del DVD que usaremos para poder usar este método de instalaciÓn, debemos abrir terminal y ejecutar el siguiente comando (sin sudo): defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE & killall Finder (NOTA: para volver a ocultar los archivos ocultos, usamos el mismo comando con FALSE). Ahora, entramos en “System/Installation/Packages” y hacemos doble click en “OSInstall.mpkg”: IMPORTANTE: Llegados a este punto es sumamente importante tener muy claro con qué disco duro estámos trabajando cada vez que instalamos algo. Tened en cuenta que debemos "trabajar siempre sobre el disco duro que hemos conectado" a la máquina que estamos usando para realizar toda la instalaciÓn. "NUNCA" debemos realizar estas tareas sobre el propio disco duro del equipo con el que hacemos la instalaciÓn. Elegimos el disco duro que hemos conectado al MAC y pulsamos sobre el botÓn de configuraciÓn personalizada (opcional): (en el ejemplo instalaremos Rosetta, QuickTime 7, X11 y solo Español) Cuando termine de instalar, instalaremos el bootloader (en nuestro caso Chameleon): NOTA: Reitero en que tomeis especial atenciÓn en seleccionar el volumen correcto al instalar Chameleon. Copiamos la carpeta “Extra” a la raíz del disco duro que estamos instalando (sobreescribimos si es necesario): IMPORTANTE: Debemos asegurarnos de copiar la carpeta al disco duro correcto. La carpeta Extra contiene el archivo DSDT.aml que hemos comentado anteriormente, así como: Archivo de configuraciÓn del boot ( org.chameleon.Boot.plist ): <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>DSDT</key> # Indica el archivo DSDT a cargar <string>DSDT.aml</string> <key>DropSSDT</key> # Para el SpeedStep inyectado en DSDT <string>Yes</string> <key>Graphics Mode</key> # La resoluciÓn nativa de tu monitor <string>1680x1050x32</string> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Quiet Boot</key> # Para el DualBoot con Windows 7 <string>No</string> # (Yes si queremos usar solo OSX) <key>device-properties</key> <string></string> </dict> </plist> Archivo SMBios.plist (yo lo genero usando Chameleon Wizard) para un MacPro5.1 con nuestras memorias G.Skill ( modificar para que coincida con nuestros mÓdulos de memoria y CPU ). <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>SMbiosdate</key> <string>10/07/10</string> <key>SMbiosvendor</key> <string>Apple Inc.</string> <key>SMbiosversion</key> <string>MP51.88Z.007F.B03.1010071432</string> <key>SMboardmanufacter</key> <string>Apple Inc.</string> <key>SMboardproduct</key> <string>Mac-F221BEC8</string> <key>SMcputype</key> <string>1281</string> <key>SMfamily</key> <string>Mac Pro</string> <key>SMmanufacter</key> <string>Apple Inc.</string> <key>SMmanufacturer</key> <string>Apple Inc.</string> <key>SMmemmanufacturer_1</key> <string>G.Skill</string> <key>SMmemmanufacturer_2</key> <string>G.Skill</string> <key>SMmempart_1</key> <string>F3-10666CL9D-8GBSR</string> <key>SMmempart_2</key> <string>F3-10666CL9D-8GBSR</string> <key>SMmemserial_1</key> <string>12101140073719</string> <key>SMmemserial_2</key> <string>12101140073720</string> <key>SMmemspeed</key> <string>1333</string> <key>SMmemtype</key> <string>24</string> <key>SMproductname</key> <string>MacPro5,1</string> <key>SMserial</key> <string>CK216935EUH</string> <key>SMsystemversion</key> <string>1.0</string> </dict> </plist> IMPORTANTE: Los datos introducidos en nuestro SMBios.plist deben ir acorde con el Hardware de nuestro equipo y por ello debemos conocer antes qué MAC real se asemeja más a nuestro Hardware antes de elegir nuestra configuraciÓn SMBios. Os recomiendo leer esta guía para entender mejor la idea. Copiamos los archivos de la carpeta KEXTS en la carpeta “System/Library/Extensions” del disco duro en el que estamos realizando la instalaciÓn: Reparamos permisos con Kext Wizard seleccionando la particiÓn en la que estamos instalando los KEXTS: Yo he utilizado la versiÓn 3.7.10 Si no queréis usar Kext Wizard, siempre podéis hacerlo desde la ventana de terminal con estos comandos: cd “ruta a la carpeta System/Library/Extensions” chmod -R 755 * && chown -R root:wheel * diskutil repairpermissions disk1s2 touch “ruta a la carpeta System/Library/Extensions” NOTA : la ruta a la carpeta de System/Library/Extensions cambiará según el nombre de la particiÓn. La manera más sencilla de copiar la ruta en la ventana de terminal, es acceder a System/Library desde Finder y arrastrar la carpeta a la ventana de terminal (previamente debemos haber escrito “ cd “). En el ejemplo disk1s2 corresponde con la particiÓn del OSX que estámos instalando. Para saber cuál es la particiÓn correcta, podéis consultarlo previamente con el comando: diskutil list Yo aprovecho para copiar también el archivo “MacOSXUpdCombo10.6.8.dmg” al disco duro para usarlo después para actualizar tras el primer inicio (podéis copiarlo en “usuarios/compartido”). INSTALACION DE WINDOWS 7: (debemos conectar el disco duro ya a nuestra maquina -yo lo he conectado al puerto SATA0-). IMPORTANTE: Aquí es muy importante elegir bien la particiÓn de instalaciÓn (la que hemos destinado antes a WIN), y formatearla para que aplique el formato NTFS (antes se formateo en DOS FAT32). CAMBIAR DEVICE ID DE LA TARJETA GRAFICA DE 6770 a 5770: Una vez instalado Windows 7 (reiniciará varias veces hasta completar la instalaciÓn), tras el primer inicio con el sistema operativo ya funcionando, haremos el flasheo de nuestra tarjeta gráfica ATI 6770 para cambiar el Device ID del original 6770 al del modelo 5770 soportado de forma nativa por OSX. Para ello usaremos el programa “Radeon BIOS Editor” (yo he usado la ver. 128), junto con el programa atiwinflash. NOTA: No cambiar el Vendor ID o fallarán los drives de Windows: Aquí es importante tener en cuenta que los drivers nativos que trae nuestra tarjeta para Windows, es más que probable que no funcionen correctamente tras el cambio de ID puesto que se reconocerá de manera incorrecta como 5770 y no 6770. Por tanto, debemos descargar los drivers para 5700 Series desde la página de ati (12-3_vista_win7_64_dd_ccc.exe). Reiniciamos… Tras investigar un poco con los DeviceID encontrados en los Kexts de la versiÓn 10.6.8, he sacado una lista de las "posibles" tarjetas ATI compatibles, así como FrameBuffers útiles para cada una de ellas que pueden ser editados para adecuarlos perfectamente a nuestra tarjeta en cuestiÓn. Esto unido a un poco inyecciÓn DSDT debería permitirnos conseguir hacer funcionar nuestra ATI con todos sus conectores en OSX. RelaciÓn de FrameBuffers y GPU ATI: ATI1300Controller (RV515) Caretta DVISL Sphyrna DVIDL ATI1600Controller (RV530) Wormy LVDS, DVIDL ATI1900Controller (R580) Alopias DVISL, DVIDL ATI2400Controller (RV610) Iago LVDS, Mini-DVI ATI2600Controller (RV630) Hypoprion LVDS, Mini-DVI Lamna DVISL, DVIDL ATI3800Controller (RV670) Megalodon DVISL, DVIDL, S-Video Triakis DVISL, DVIDL ATI4600Controller (RV730) Flicker DP, DP, DVISL Gliff LVDS, LVDS, DP Shrike LVDS, LVDS, DP ATI4800Controller (RV770) Cardinal DVISL, DVIDL Quail LVDS, LVDS, DP MotMot DP, DVIDL ATI5000Controller (Cedar, Redwood, Juniper, Cypress, Hemlock?) Alouatta LVDS, DPx3 Baboon DVIDL , HDMI, VGA Colobus LVDS, DP Douc LVDS, D Eulemur DVIDL, HDMI, VGA Galago LVDS, DP Hoolock DP, DP, DVIDL Langur DP, DP, DVIDL Mangabay LVDS, DP Nomascus LVDS, LVDS, DP, DP Orangutan LVDS, DP Uakari DP, DVIDL, DVISL, HDMI Vervet DP, DVIDL, DVISL, HDMI Zonalis DPx6 ATI6000Controller (Caicos, Turks, Barts, Cayman) Bulrushes DPx6 Cattail LVDS, DPx3 Duckweed DP, DP, HDMI, DVISL Elodea LVDS, DPx4 Fanwort LVDS, DPx3 Gibba DP, DP, HDMI, DVISL, DVIDL Hydrilla LVDS, DPx4 Ipomoea DP, HDMI, VGA Kudzu DP, HDMI Lotus DP, DP, HDMI Muskgrass DP, HDMI, DP, DP Pithecia DP, DVIDL, VGA La idea es comprobar si la GPU de nuestra gráfica está soportada por alguno de los kexts (mirar la lista de la Wiki o esta de techpowerup.com, luego buscais un FrameBuffer con una relaciÓn de conectores lo más acorde con vuestra tarjeta, y después creais la inyecciÓn DSDT para el FrameBuffer elegido. No solo es importante que carguemos el FrameBuffer adecuado, sino que es muy probable que dicho buffer no coincida 100% con los conectores de nuestra tarjeta. En mi caso, la ediciÓn HEX del FrameBuffer Baboon para que el ConnectorInfo de nuestra tarjeta coincida, sería (adjunto ATI5000Controller.kext ya parcheado): 0000000 00 08 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 71 00 00 22 05 00 01 0000010 04 00 00 00 14 00 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 01 03 0000020 10 00 00 00 10 00 00 00 00 01 00 00 10 10 02 04 IMPORTANTE: No os debéis fiar del nombre que tiene el modelo de tarjeta a la hora de buscar el driver utilizado para ésta. Debéis fijaros en la GPU que monta dicha tarjeta. Podéis encontrar una lista de GPUS de ATI en la Wiki. Si vuestro modelo de tarjeta no está contemplado dentro de los drivers que trae OSX (mirar la lista de arriba), siempre podéis probar a cambiar el DeviceID de ésta por uno de una tarjeta que sea soportada por OSX y que "coincida con la GPU de vuestra tarjeta". En mi caso, elegí la 5770 que trae GPU JUNIPER XT como mi 6770 (consultar la lista de la Wiki). Luego elegí el FrameBuffer Vervet consultando el cÓdigo fuente de chameleon y lo inyecté en DSDT, junto con el bin_image de mi tarjeta adquirido con "rom_dsdt_converter.exe" desde crossover). SOLUCION A LA PERDIDA DEL BOOTLOADER DE MAC: Al instalar Windows, normalmente perderemos el selector de arranque del bootloader recién instalado (chameleon), puesto que el instalador de Windows marcará como activa la particiÓn de Windows (para que arranque desde ésta). Para solucionarlo, debemos conectar de nuevo el disco duro en otro MAC: Abrimos una ventana de terminal y escribimos: sudo -s diskutil list Con el comando anterior veremos una lista de discos y particiones, dÓnde podremos identificar el disco duro de la maquina que estamos instalando (imaginemos que es el “rdisk1”). fdisk -e /dev/rdisk1 Dentro de fdisk, pulsamos: p Nos imprime las particiones del disco (estará activa la 3 de Windows) f 2 Con esto activamos la particiÓn 2 (la de OSX) w y Guardamos los cambios y confirmamos Más info sobre fdisk en el foro. PRIMER INICIO EN OSX: En este primer inicio, pulsamos la tecla TAB para poder escribir los siguiente: -x -v -f Esto arrancará OSX en modo seguro, útil a veces para solucionar el problema “DYLD” de la caché, si hemos usado un MAC con Lion para la instalaciÓn (más info sobre boot flags) NOTA: El error DYLD no debería ocurrirnos si hemos reparado correctamente los permisos, pero yo siempre arranco en modo seguro por seguridad, valga la redundancia ;P Introducimos todos los datos que nos pedirá OSX en el primer inicio: Reparamos de nuevo permisos con Kext Wizard o desde terminal (ver los pasos anteriores – chmod…) y configuramos el idioma español desde “Preferencias del sistema” (si lo tuvieramos en Inglés). Incluso podemos reparar también los permisos desde la utilidad de discos para comprobar que todo está correcto (yo siempre lo hago en la primera instalaciÓn): En la captura superior, podemos ver cÓmo aparecen algunos permisos que nunca se reparan para JavaVM, entre otros. Si os ocurre este caso, no tenéis que preocuparos puesto que es un error común reconocido por Apple. Podéis consultarlo aquí. Por lo que creo, el error se debe a que la utilidad de discos espera un archivo físico cuando realmente encuentra un alias (link) de ahí que vea "lrw..." en lugar de "-rw..." esa "l" en lugar del "-" indica que es un alias. Por tanto no hay nada que reparar por mucho que pasemos la utilidad de discos... Dicho esto, reiniciamos de nuevo, esta vez solo con -v para ver que todo está ok… Instalamos el Combo Update 10.6.8: IMPORTANTE: Podría ser que al instalar la actualizaciÓn 10.6.8 (o cualquier Update Combo que intentemos instalar), nos aparezca un mensaje de error similar a este: Parece ser que Apple ha decidido no permitir las actualizaciones a partir de una fecha, o al menos es la deducciÓn a la que he llegado comprobando que si nos ocurre esto, tan solo tenemos que cambiar la fecha del sistema desde "Preferencias del Sistema - Fecha y Hora" al año 2011: NOTA: Recordad que debéis desactivar la opciÓn "Ajustar fecha y hora automáticamente". LISTO! Snow 10.6.8 funcionando! Algunas capturas del rendimiento: Ni que decir tiene que cualquier comentario para mejorar la guía es bienvenido. Espero que esta humilde guía sea de utilidad y que todo esté bien explicado. Si tenéis dudas, consulta la FAQ de la Wiki o preguntad... Un saludo a tod@s!!
  23. Pietro

    Problema pós 10.6.8

    Boa tarde, Estava seguindo a instalação do Mac por este tópico, pois possuo um GX620 também, pois então estava tudo correndo bem, pulei a parte do vídeo pois o graphicsenabler do myhack já o habilitou, e não uso o vídeo onboard, até aí tudo bem, rodei o myfix, e reiniciei sem problemas e sem o CD do i boot legacy, até a parte da atualização, fiz tudo como mandava, não reiniciei, apaguei o 'chocolate_kernel', e instalei o legacy do próprio tópico. Pois agora ao reiniciar meu computador o mac não funciona, a tela fica 'estranha', com umas listras brancas e pretas com pontos rosas azuis e verdes bem pequenos, vou postar uma foto logo, mas por favor quem já souber o problema, me ajude. Não tenho windows instalando no mesmo computador... Somente o MAC e esse computador com windows. @edit tá ai como fica a tela depois do boot...
  24. Hi everyone, sorry to bother you (again). I have an LG AN WF-100 Wireless dongle kicking around in the closet and I was wondering whether I could use this with Mac OS X (It would save me $10 which I know doesn't sound like much but it's money all the same). Are there any drivers for it? If so could you please share them with the community. Thanks in advance, - Matt
  25. Matt35

    Problème de son

    Après le problème de réseau, le problème de son En effet : J'ai deux cartes son : la carte intégrée SoundMAX integrated digital audio, et une autre carte Creative Audio PCI (ES1371, ES1373) . J'ai vu que la carte intégrée devait être prise en compte avec voodooHDA et AppleHDA, j'ai donc (malheuresement) coché les deux kexts (et oui, je ne savais pas, à l'époque ) ! Et depuis, plus rien ne fonctionne, même en supprimant les 2 kexts de Extra ou de S/L/E et en rajoutant d'autres. Un jour, j'ai trouvé kX Audio Developpement pour ma carte "secondaire". Ca a marché un moment, mais je me suis rendu compte que seuls les sons d'alerte ne fonctionnait, pas les autres. C'est pour ca que j'ai désinstallé. Mais après, impossible de le réinstaller correctement et que ca marche... Pour certaines Kexts, j'ai eu un message me disant que : Voilà ! Merci de m'aider ! Mac35000