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  1. Hi all. Recently I was working on new utility for kexts. Seems to be finished, so I decided to show this app on international forum. Features: 1. Maintenance: Repair permissions, and rebuild cache for Extra and System/Library/Extensions. Both directories: Extra/Extensions and Extra/KextStore are supported. 2. Installation: Install kexts to Extra or S/L/E and create mkext. 3. Unpacker: Check mkext's content kexts and unpack it. 4. Kext Information: Check kext's architectures and dependencies. 5. Loaded: Shows list of currently loaded kexts in system. There's no need to repair permissions in Disk Utility, after using this tool. Installation and Maintenance can be executed for any OS X partition. Not only /. Works on Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion. Universal binary: x86_64 and i386. Download links: http://wizards.osxlatitude.com/kext/download.html Please report me any bugs or ideas for new features. I would never make this application without support and ideas by osx86.org.pl team. Thank you, guys! Thanks to q64ceo for allowing me to host my applications. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
  2. Version


    for Chipsets : RT2770; RT2870; RT3070; RT3071;RT3072; RT3370;RT3572 ;RT3573; RT5370;5372;RT5572;MT7610;MT7612;MT7650; MT7662; ;RT8070;RT9707
  3. Hello What I/O Controller need for my Ata contrller in Gigabye GA-X38-DQ6? I using an Ata HDD because i Haven't got any type.
  4. Hello, in advance I'd like to thank all users who take the time to read this post and those who reply with any information. I only have basic skills in regards to working with *nix systems. The DVD i've been using to try and install OsX is Kalyway 10.5.2. Here's an outline of what I have, and what I've tried to do. Hardware Processor: Intel Core i5-3570k (LGA 1155) Motherboard: Asus Maximus V Gene Ram: 16GB Corsair DDR3 Part No. CMZ8GX3M2X1600C7 Graphics: Intel Integrated HD 4000 (I also have tried everything listed with an alternate GeForce 8800 GTS) Disk Drive: 320GB Toshiba MK3265GSXN Error Encountered Kernel panic on installation disk boot. Troubleshooting Methods Tried - I have already enabled AHCI for SATA - I've also tried all combinations of the folowing boot options (kernel followed by boot option) by hitting F8 at the initial Darwin boot screen speedstepkernel Vanilla Cpus=1 -x -s -f -v Question that still remains I have searched this, but haven't found an easily understandable answer about kext files. Are they similar to the equivilent of a MS dll file? If I've posted in the wrong section please let me know! Cheers
  5. Where is the find FakeSMC.kext Package for yosemite 10.10. I have see my CPU,GPU and other sensor. Please Attach. Thank's.
  6. Because I have some problem with my screen .. I'm re-doing the kext for Mavericks Need GraphicEnabler=yes and AtiConfig=Hoolock Because I have re-mapped the Hoolock only.. Need to sleep Have fun PS : this is for people want two screens with a good resolution. the problem at the start is I have just one monitor detected .. Now I have my two screens detected with the good resolution 1920*1080. Connected to HDMI and the first DVI on top.. AMD5000Controller.kext.zip
  7. Hola saludos, estoy en procesao de terminar la instalacion de OSX Sierra 10.12.3 en una DELL Presicion T7400, despues de terminar la instalacion inicial, casi todo funciono excepto la tarjeta grafica, tenia una Quadro FX 580, leyendo encontre que no es compatible con el OS asi que la cambie por una GTX 960 y el problema de graficos se soluciono, pero dejo de funcionarme el Audio-Sonido de la Motherboard, el cualtrae un chip AD1984 he intentado con diferentes guias que he encontrado en internet pero no logro dejarlo funcional, ¿Puede alguien auxiliarme a que convivan el AD1948 y los puertos salidas HDMI de la GTX 960? de antemano gracias.
  8. Version Driver: Utility:


    This is a new updated kext and utility directly from MediaTek for the MT7610U and MT7612U network chipset. This utility was updated and released on January 20th 2016 on MediaTek website. I have the Netgear A6210 AC1200-WiFi USB 3.0 Adapter and it works perfectly under OSX 10.11.2 with USB 3.0 and 5GHz networks being recognized. It should work for any card with one of those two chips. UPDATE 10/1/2016 I have had some serious trouble updating my system to macOS 10.12 Sierra but I have finally seemed to have gotten it working. When I have done a clean install and installing this package afterwards, It didn't seem to work. However after updating a working copy of El Capitan to Sierra with this package already installed, it seems to work. So as of this post, this same package does work under macOS 10.12 Sierra but you might have some trouble like I have until mediatek performs their own official update. UPDATE 10/26/16 I have finally figured out what is going on with this installer package. When you run this package as is, it will not install the kext on macOS sierra. It will install the wireless utility and all associated files but not the actual kext. I have included the kext as a standalone as well. Install the Kext with kext utility then run the installer pkg. Reboot and you will have a perfectly working USB wireless stick. Confirmed working macOS 10.12.1
  9. Hi there, I had to reinstall El Capitan on my Hackintosh, as it was installed in Clover Legacy Mode before (with everything working just fine). Now I installed it again in UEFI mode and since then, Audio (ALC892) is not working anymore (Neither in UEFI or Legacymode). I tried to install the same 2 Kexts as before (AppleHDA modified and HDAEnabler1) using Kextutility (wich was working fine before as well). It always fails to install AppleHDA, as it cannot Backup or modify the Original AppleHDA in System/Extensions (Can't copy sourcefile). I also tried the same, using the root Account, using terminal with kextunload / load and even a script for clover. They all fail to modify / delete the Original AppleHDA. Trying to rename / move or delete the Original file with Terminal or Finder is not working as well, I get an Error, saying that the file cannot be modified because OS X requires it. So how can I install the Kext to get my audio working again? System is El Capitan (10.11.6)... Thank You!
  10. Pimentel

    VoodooHDA for Via VT1705 codec.



    Hello Note: Please don't upload it on other servers and don't repack it. I am providing here the VoodooHDA 2.8.2 for Via VT1705 codec. Was edited to work 5.1 Multichannel Audio and corrected to get audio and mic front Instructions: Remove AppleHDA or install AppleHDADisabler and install VoodooHDA. Base informations: http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=355 Any problems commenting.
  11. Summary Would you like to stop using the Graphics Mode (Chameleon bootloader) and/or screen resolution (Clover bootloader)? With some time to research the graphics family for your ATI video card, you can very likely use the already supplied OS X kexts by adding the specific DeviceID and VendorID combination in the correct kext(s). After doing this, I successfully have my ATI FirePro v4900 operating with all of the usual Display selections available on System Preferences | Displays | Display and System Preferences | Displays | Color (resolutions and refresh rates to choose from are monitor model aware). Hardware Requirements ATI Graphics Card (I am using PCIe x16 slot 1; slot zero is too close to the heat sinks on my system) Favorite Connection Mode of VGA or DVI (HDMI will likely work too) The Motherboard model should not matter Software Requirements Retail OS X (I am presently using retail SL 10.6.8) Bootloaders: 1) Chameleon (I am currently using 2.0 RC5 r726) 2) Clover (not tested before writing this tutorial) Note that the bootloader version should not affect the outcome of having a correctly working video display. You may find that it is necessary to remove the Graphics Mode and/or screen resolution setting. For my system, the contents of the Graphics Mode setting seems to be ignored after having the card drivers up and running. Note: Snow Leopard 10.6.8 kext names are used throughout this tutorial (Lion and Mountain Lion likely have more). Loaded Kexts When Finished (OS X does this on startup for you, Lion and Mountain Lion may differ slightly) ATINNNNController.kext, where NNNN is 1300, 1600, 1900, 2400, 2600, or some other value ATIRadeonXYYYY.kext, where YYYY is 1000, 2000, or 3000 ATISupport.kext For my FirePro v4900, the loaded kexts are: ATI6000Controller.kext ATIRadeonX3000.kext ATISupport.kext Your video card kext combination will likely be completely different. ATISupport.kext will likely always be present, regardless of graphics family. The OS X booting process adds ATISupport.kext. Note that i am not aware of how Lion and Mountain Lion use the support file. Please review Lion and Mountain Lion specific video card posts for additional details. Considerations / Preparation The following is a very detailed procedure to address all ATI video cards. The general steps may work for nVidia cards, but I do not own an nVidia. You should be amenable to spending several hours reviewing data and tracking it. Skipping key items may affect the outcome of modifying the proper kexts to match your video card. Be sure to have system copies via your favorite backup method. I use SuperDuper to create a disk image. As needed, I can use SuperDuper to copy the image back to replace failed modifications and have my system running again. If testing this with a restored disk image, you may have to copy the bootloader files to the proper location on the boot disk. The commands for the Chameleon 2.0 bootloader are (from the Chameleon 2.0 RC5 r726 README file in the trunk/doc directory): sudo ./fdisk440 -f boot0 -u -y /dev/rdiskX sudo dd if=boot1h of=/dev/rdiskXs2 sudo cp boot / Bootloader Description (For Reference; This Paragraph Can Be Ignored) X is the disk number where you have installed the bootloader (disk used to boot the system). fdisk440 is the Chameleon specific fdisk executable to write to the booting sectors of the boot disk as the bootloader needs. To make it easier on my typing, I copied the fdisk440 from /usr/local/bin to the boot, boot0, boot1h directory. Your system may be different. The boot, boot0 and boot1h files are available from previous Chameleon installations and/or compiling via Xcode. I am not sure if the same boot0 and boot1h file names are used by Clover. If not, I am sure the sudo cp commands are similar. More details on this are contained in the Chameleon README file. The above commands assume you have navigated to the directory containing the boot, boot0 and boot1h files (as well as the fdisk440 executable). To confirm the bootloader files worked, I obtained the r726 source and built it with Xcode, then found where the boot, boot0 and boot1h files were (e.g. /chameleonSourceRoot/trunk/sym/i386). If you compile and build Chameleon 2.0 RC5 r726, be sure you have a disk volume name that is a single word. A multiple word disk volume name will not pass the make. Make will error out. Instead of spending time on makefile corrections, I renamed my build disk volume name to a single mixed case name (right click the volume name in Finder and modify accordingly). The third sudo cp command may be slightly different if you use a boot disk that is different from where the boot, boot0, and boot1h files are at. Please modify the slash destination to where it needs to be. For example: sudo cp boot /Volumes/DiskName Overall Modification Process (Tutorial Continues... ) Determine your video card Device ID, Vendor ID and graphics family. Find sibling graphics family Device IDs and track by your favorite method. Search through the already existing ATI kexts in the /System/Library/Extensions directory. Note the specific controller and RadeonX kext for your graphics family (your card’s specific Device ID may be present in none, one or both). Save the matching retail kexts to an isolated area for backup and modification (two distinct locations in total). For the kext having sibling graphics family member Device IDs, add your card’s DeviceIDVendorID value, repeating for the second kext as needed. Copy the now modified kext(s) to the /System/Library/Extensions area, replacing the existing installation kext(s). Repair permissions via Kext Wizard | Maintenance (other methods are possible). Reboot. Watch your display and video card work together as expected with retail drivers. Detailed Procedure Search & Review Graphics Family Data 1) Determine both the Device ID and Vendor ID of the ATI card you have. I used lspci and System Info. Supporting details: I do not know if older cards have the same Vendor ID as more recent ones (e.g. the last 24 months). Theoretically, the device and vendor IDs should appear in the System Profiler even when Graphics Mode is used in the bootloader. I did not rely on the System Profiler values, wanting to be sure via other means that I obtained the correct values. It is very important to be absolutely sure that the Device ID and Vendor ID values from the card running in the system are known. 2) With these, the time consuming search commences A) Use the web and one source file from Chameleon 2.2 r2187 (ati.c) to determine the graphics family for your card (e.g. the v4900 is part of the Turks graphics family) A PCI database site is here Obtain the ati.c source file via subversion (other methods are possible) Command: svn co -r 2187 http://forge.voodooprojects.org/svn/chameleon/trunk/ Most likely the most helpful file will be ati.c, but you will have to determine which graphics family your card is, since there is no guarantee your card is already in the contents of the ati.c file. Your card Device ID must exactly match in ati.c to be useful. If your card Device ID is not listed in ati.c, then you must use other tools to determine the graphics family. B ) Record your card’s graphics family name (e.g. a spreadsheet, text file, paper notes, etc.) C) Now obtain the other graphics family member Device IDs and record them from ati.c and/or the PCI database. There could be as few as one to as many as 50+. Copy-paste is your friend. These values will be very important to determine the already existing matching kexts for your graphics family. Since this is ATI, the vendor ID should be the same no matter which card, but it is possible the Vendor ID for old cards is not 1002, but an ATI anyway. D) With all of the family member Device IDs, it is now time to search the already supplied kexts Navigate to the /System/Library/Extensions directory (Finder or Terminal as it does not matter for this step). Find all kexts that have ATI in the name (most likely the first three characters are the biggest indication a kext is used by ATI video cards). Within SL 10.6.8, there are ATI1300Controller.kext, ATI4800Controller.kext, ATIRadeonX1000.kext, ATIRadeonX3000.kext, etc. [*]Use the Finder to Show Package Contents (right click on the kext), then expand the Contents sub-directory and navigate to the Info.plist for that kext. Double click the Info.plist and the Property List Editor application will open. [*]Review the Info.plist | IOKitPersonalities | ... | IOPCIMatch data contents. The ellipses indicates that the IOKitPersonalities sub keys differ between kexts. However, they all seem to have the IOPCIMatch sub key (may be two or three levels below the tree root at the top). The format of the IOPCIMatch usually is in the form of 0xDeviceIDVendorID <space> 0xDeviceIDVendorID <space> ... 0xDeviceIDVendorID , where each entry is separated by a single space. The first four characters following the 0x (zero x) are the hexadecimal values that the card tells the system for the PCI device identification code. The last four characters are the hexadecimal values for the PCI vendor identification code. [*]Record matching graphics family member Device IDs for this kext (e.g. spreadsheet, text file, paper notes, etc.), as well as correlating with the kext name. E) Repeat steps 2.C) and 2.D) for each and every kext with the indication of being used by ATI. Skip the ATISupport.kext as it has no impact for the search. Snow Leopard has 24 different ATI kexts. F) After reviewing the graphics family to kext matches, determine whether one controller kext and one Radeon kext is in your matching kext list. Ideally, there will be only one each that matches your graphics family. Hopefully your card Device ID is in a kext already, but it may not be. Note that I do not know enough about how the retail ATI graphics kexts are designed to say whether a graphics family has been spread across multiple controller and/or Radeon kexts. If you have this occur, then additional testing will be necessary to obtain the proper matching controller and Radeon kext combination for your card (e.g. reboot with one controller and one RadeonX kext coordinated modification and test video drivers; if not working, try another pairing until it does or all pairings have been tried). You may find that your video card Device ID is not in a controller kext and/or a Radeon kext, but the graphics family does have Device IDs that exist in a single controller kext and a single Radeon kext. This is the reason for having the graphics family Device IDs. Regardless, you now have all of the information to know which controller kext and which Radeon kext to add your card’s DeviceIDVendorID value to the IOPCIMatch contents. As an example, my v4900 was exactly matched in the ATIRadeonX3000.kext, but only sibling graphics family members in the ATI6000Controller.kext. Important Check & Confirmation If your card’s DeviceIDVendorID combination is already within a single controller and single Radeon kext, then your system should already be using the correct drivers for your card. Double check that the bootloader Grahpics Mode is cleared out (as in removed) and you may have to use GraphicsEnabler=Yes (Clover calls it GraphicsInjector). If that does not enable your graphics card drivers, then some other problem is occurring that is not addressed here. No need to continue further with this procedure, since other issues are preventing your system from using the card drivers correctly. Modify Kexts 3) Use your preferred method to copy the matching graphics family kext(s) to a working location (e.g. /Extra/Test). It is recommended to save your original kext(s) somewhere else, and the location is your choice. It all depends on personal preferences on how to roll back modifications as needed. A) For example, I only had to modify the ATI6000Controller.kext Info.plist . The ATIRadeonX3000.kext already contained my video card DeviceIDVendorID combination. You will likley have different search results for your card’s unique DeviceIDVendorID. You may have to modify as many as two kexts (one controller and one Radeon). B ) Once a kext is in the working directory, you can use the Finder to Show Package Contents, then expand the Contents sub-directory and navigate to the Info.plist . Double click the Info.plist and the Property List Editor application will open. You will also be able to save the changes to your working directory. If you want to confirm them independently before copying the updates, use the cat program in Terminal (For example: cat Info.plist ), after changing directories to the Contents sub-directory of the modified kext. C) For copying a modified kext, I use the: cp -R Terminal command as sudo (seems quickest). OS X interprets a kext as a directory structure so the -R option is very important. Failure to use -R will result in not copying the kext DeviceIDVendorID modification. 4) Once inside the Info.plist, navigate to the IOPCIMatch sub-key (as when reviewing the graphics family matches above). 5) Determine a reasonable location in the value field for adding your video card DeviceIDVendorID combination (e.g. I placed the v4900 combination in a sub group that had values near the v4900 Device ID). A) Be sure to start the entry with 0x (zero x). Neglecting the 0x prefix may fail to load the kext later, and may even crash the video output altogether. It is recommended to double check your modification to be absolutely sure no typos occur. B ) For example, the v4900 entry looks like: 0x67491002 C) Do not remove already existing DeviceIDVendorID values. You never know when you will replace your card. This process is intended to add a new entry (your card’s specific DeviceIDVendorID combination) to the matching kext that will support your card. D) A sample of a complete and modified IOPCIMatch value string within my ATI6000Controller.kext | Contents | Info.plist: [size=3][font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]0x67681002 0x67701002 0x67791002 0x67601002 0x67611002 0x67501002 0x67581002 0x67591002 0x67401002 0x67411002 0x67451002 0x67491002 0x67381002 0x67391002 0x67201002 0x67221002 0x67181002[/font][/size] Highlighted addition in bold red (non code block): 0x67681002 0x67701002 0x67791002 0x67601002 0x67611002 0x67501002 0x67581002 0x67591002 0x67401002 0x67411002 0x67451002 0x67491002 0x67381002 0x67391002 0x67201002 0x67221002 0x67181002 6) Save the Info.plist for this kext 7) Repeat steps four through six for the other graphics family kext not containing your card’s Device ID (if necessary). 8) Open Terminal window (if not already open) 9) Navigate to the /System/Library/Extensions area of the boot disk (e.g. Macintosh HD). 10) Execute the sudo cp -R command to place your modified kext into the current directory (overwrites the kext from the retail installation) A) A sample: sudo cp -R /Extra/Test/ATI6000Controller.kext . B ) Enter your password. C) Note that the dot is at the end of the copy command (might be difficult to see). 11) Repeat step 10 for the other modified kext as needed. 12) Using the Kext Wizard, execute the Maintenance for all directories on the boot drive (or whichever drive contains the kext modifications; this is more convenient than typing the sudo chown, chmod commands and repairing permissions with Disk Utility). A) Enter your password again for the Kext Wizard to run B ) Wait a little for the tool to finish (e.g. my SSD takes about 20 seconds, older hard drives are likely to take minutes). 13) Reboot, selecting the boot disk containing the modified kexts. 14) Be patient when the display passes the Gray Apple boot screen. You may see your display go dark a few seconds. I have an SSD boot disk, so I am not sure if a temporary dark screen for five seconds or so is common for all boot disk hardware. 15) Enjoy your correctly functioning display! Edit: Replaced Smileys from a B parenthesis entry with B space parenthesis after initial post Edit: Modified line spacing between letter items to have better look. Updated sample IOPCIMatch entry. Edit: Better samples of the IOPCIMatch entry.
  12. atomic100

    Al instalar kext no me arranca

    Hola a todos, esta es la primera vez que escribo y soy bastante nuevo en esto. He conseguido instalar Lion 10.7 hacer actualizaciones y ademas instalar distintos programas y que más o menos funcionase todo, pero cuando usaba video a pantalla completa o cambiaba la resolución se me colgaba el pc y tenía que reiniciar. Supongo que es por la tarjeta grafica (Asus GTX 550 TI) y por ello busue un kext para la misma y tras instalarlo no me arranca el sistema y se reinicia constantemente. Como puedo desinstalar este kext o volver a arrancar. Gracias por vuestra ayuda. Asus GTX 550 TI, intel i5 750 2,67, 4Gb Ram, placa Asus P7P55D-E EVO
  13. splinterrr

    Kext gpu ethernet!

    Ciao sono alla disperata richerca di due kext uno per la gpu ATI RADEON HD2350 e uno per la SCHEDA ETHERNET INTEL 82562 integrata questi sono gli unici problemi che ho con mountain lion 10.8 qualcuno puo autarmi grazie. P.S. la firma non è il PC che monta queste schede
  14. Hi all and thanks for any help in advance. I am wanting to know if there is away to have a kext load after everything else is loaded into memory. I have notice when I am booting VoodooHDA sometimes crashes the system and this is very early in the boot stage. This does not happen all the time but it has gotten annoying and I would like to be able to fix this. Please take into account I am a NOOB in this area but I am willing to learn. After all I was able to get my Gateway NV57H44u up and running Lion 10.7.1 with everything working... Thanks, Kiefer
  15. Buongiorno ho installato e funziona perfettamente sul mio computer Maverick 10.9.3. Ho soltanto dei piccoli "problemi" che vorrei capire e risolvere. Per prima cosa vi scrivo il mio sistema: i7 3770k MB Gigabyte Z77-DS3H 8gb ram Corsair scheda video ATI 5770 per internet uso scheda ethernet integrata no wireless Ho usato la guida e i files presenti in questa sito ( usa chameleon 2.2 svn r2377. Come kext aggiuntivo ho soltanto il ALXEthernet.kext. In allegato i print screen della config del org.chameleon.boot.plist e smbios.plist Come vedete ho flaggato "ignore boot cache -F" (che non so bene a cosa serva) e se provo a toglierlo non mi funziona la scheda di rete , e durante l'avvio visto che ho "verbose mode" attiva vedo che mi dice che gli è stato impostato di non caricare i Kext. Inoltre anche quando il computer parte con -F mi dice che è stato impossibile caricare fakeSMC.kext. Qualcuno sa aiutarmi? grazie in anticipo
  16. Hello, I successfully installed my Mountain Lion, but now I have some weird problem, related to my laptop battery. I can still use it on battery, but I can't see little battery that should be there on the menu bar near the clock. And yes, I tried to check the "Show battery status in menu bar" from the System Preferences, but it doesn't work. Where can I find a working kext for laptop battery? My laptop is Acer Aspire 5738G, 4GB DDR3, 2.20 GHz Intel C2D (if needed, I can provide other specs). Thank you in advance.
  17. Good day everyone, After a successful Mountain Lion install i began to do a few tweaks to the system to achieve a more stable one. Everithing works except sleep, it goes to sleep, it wakes up, but the screen stays blank, no confirmation from volume keys. The fans powers on and that's about it. If i leave the system to enter display sleep. the screen turns on but it shows color noise for about a minute and then returns to normal. I tried everything from SleepEnabler.kext the mountain lion version, to BIOS tweaks but nothing works. This is the current system setup Mountain Lion 10.8.2 Installed with Chameleon. Asrock Z68 Pro3 2.10 IvyBridge Bios with power management modification from semisnake i3-2100 @ 3.10Ghz Corsair Vegeance 16Gb RAM @ 1600Mhz EVGA GTX 560 non-ti(Works OOB) Audio works ith AppleHDA and HDAEnabler from toleda Standard HDDs SMBios ATM is iMac 12.2 but i tried all of them with no luck. I added a DSDT file for the system but i don't think that's the problem. DSDT.rar Can there be anything that i'm missing? Also i get that stinking USB device is drawing too much power alert every time i power on the system, but i don't any USB devices inserted except USB apple keyboard and USB MagicMouse. Can that be fixed? Thanks a million!!!
  18. So, after so many different tweaks with trial and error... is there a way to export all the settings, kexts etc. (other than a full clone of the system), so if I have to do a fresh reinstall, I don't have to try and remember all [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] settings?
  19. Anderson Josue

    Intel HD Graphics 3000 no Yosemite

    Alguém sabe onde encontrar e como instalo o kext do Intel HD graphics 3000 no Yosemite Zone (10.10.1)... Ja tentei alguns e não funcionou... a gráfica eh horrível e não consigo utilizar o Hackintosh.
  20. I have a XFX 7730 Core Edition Graphic Card And have a hackintosh maverick installed. in intel core i3 cpu and 4 gb ram. everything runs fine but the graphics vram is very low. and videos and graphics lag a lot. Display: Type: GPU Bus: PCIe PCIe Lane Width: x16 VRAM (Total): 7 MB Vendor: ATI (0x1002) Device ID: 0x6837 Revision ID: 0x0000 Kernel Extension Info: No Kext Loaded Displays: Display: Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888) Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes How do i fix this
  21. Hi everyone, I have an HP EliteBook 2740p that I would like to install OS X mountain lion on. It has a core i5 processor Intel hd graphics (I just found a kext online for it today) and a wacom digitizer (I believe its a WP534AV but I am not sure) I would like to know if the install would go well or if I would experience problems. My main concern is that I really would like to touch interface to work so I would need a digitizer kext. Is there a standard on in osx or would I need to wait for one to be made if one is ever made. I really appreciate any help so THANKS
  22. Hey all, I've got a tiny problem that should hopefully be a quick fix; my laptop's USB ports work fine before I boot into El Capitan, but once I'm in the OS they don't seem to register. All 3 of my ports are 2.0, so I don't need any kind of 3.0 fix. I've included a screenshot from IORegistryExplorer that seems to show my USB ports detected. Somewhere along the installation process I installed something called an Ownership Fix that was checked off by default. Should this be disabled, and if so, how? Should be noted that USBBusFix=Yes is applied through Chameleon but does not seem to work. Image below.
  23. sandman007

    Kext for Atheros

    Hey guys I need some help. I have an Atheros AR9485WB-EG wifi card. I am having trouble getting Wifi to work. I tried a kext meant for AR9485 but it didn't work. If somebody could find me a kext that might work that would be great. Trust me I have done lots of reading and searching. If a Kext does not exist I have another solution. If somebody has an AR9485 pleased dump your ROM. Maybe I can flash that onto my chip and use the kext for that card?
  24. Hello everyone, I've seen this kind of topic before on this forum, but I didn't found any solution for it. My problem is that when I try to install Mountain Lion on my pc that during the loading off all the kexts the system gets rebooted. This doesn't happen during a specific kext and it happens without any warning/kernel panic. Lion runs just fine on my pc and I was able to install Mountain Lion before, but now it won't load the install anymore. My pc information: - Intel E8400 - GTX 275 - MSI P45 neo2 Below I've attached the /Extra folders I tried to use during the installation. I've used the [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] instalation method, the myHack one and the manual with building your own USB boot drive using my /Extra folder I'm using off 10.7 Also I've tried the following arguments: -f -v -x -f -v busratio=20 GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000 -x -f -v busratio=20 GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000 cpus=1 Hope someone will be able to help me, eXtink Extra_10.7.zip Extra_10.8_myHack.zip Extra_10.8_UniBeast.zip
  25. Pimentel

    Kext for Nvidia GT 610



    Hello comrades Note: Please don't upload it on other servers and don't repack it. I am providing here the kext NVDAGF100hal. I edited for GT 610 card. It doesn't work natively and only started by -x (safe boot.Was necessary add the VendID and DevID. I changed the info.plis and added in IOPCIPrimaryMatch the DevID and vendID. Here is the code added in info.plist: 0x104a10de&0xffe0ffff It is simple. Only tested in Mountain Lion 10.8 and I don't know this work in others versions, but i believe yes Have QE/CI? Maybe yes, because i get translucent bar, full resolution, Chess game works perfect too and iWork run no issues Who has the same graphics can now download and use. Just remove the old and install the new kext with Kext Wizard. Note: Please don't upload it on other servers and don't repack it. Base information: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/215980-drivers-para-nvidia-geforce/ Additional: For me it worked better with VGA, DVI-D also works, but i noticed better performance with VGA.