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  1. Hello All, I've reached a dead end getting my file server up and running. I've installed 10.8.1, and can boot into the OS no problem using a patched kernel from here, as well as FakeSMC.kext, NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, and lnx2mac's RTL81XXX driver. HOWEVER, I try to install MacMan's Jmicron SATA and ATA drivers, and they do not load! These are listed as working with 10.8, so I'm confused. I have also installed ApplePCIIDE.kext, IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext, and tried booting with PCIROOT=1. I have a Mac Mini 3,1 system definition and serial from Chameleon Wizard. I think I also have an IOATAFamily that's been patched in there too, but maybe not... Currently, the IDE controller is registered as connected to the PCI bus, but the kext is not loaded. However, MacMan's kext should be the right one, this is the "GSATA" Gigabyte chip, JmicronXXX363. What can I do to get the kexts to load? Should I make a DSDT for this system (even though it doesn't seem to need it)? Would a different system definition help? Please help! I am soooo close to getting this system up! Thanks! PS: I can't get iCloud to work, either. It has a "communication error"...
  2. Keywords: Ricoh, PCI, SD, SDXC, VoodooSDXC, HSSDBlockStorage, T61, T61p, R61e. Recently decided to get a T61p running Yosemite: Noticed a heap of people out in the cold with Ricoh based PCI card readers. I am no programmer, but I can google well and I do like to see how kernel extensions work with a bit of tweaking. Noticed the HSSDBlockStorage.kext for JMicron based PCI cards exposes the PCI to JMB38X.kext So I took a look at both kexts and a working kext for Mavericks for the "Ricoh Co Ltd R5C822 SD/SDIO/MMC/MS/MSPro Host Adapter [1180:0822] (rev 21)" (Perfect T61 Hacbook Bundle -Google -HackintoshOSX forums), added values from JMB38X.kext to VoodooSDHC.kext, added values from VoodooSDHC.kext to HSSDBlockStorage.kext and it loaded and read the cards, formatted etc. I dont have source code for HSSDBlockStorage or coding knowledge, however AppleSDXC.kext is out there. I have noticed Slice and Andy Val and a few over at OSXLattitude have been looking at Ricoh based cards. I am hoping this might shine some light. Who knows. What I will say is I own a T61p from '07. Anyone who knows the backstory of Nvidia GPU's from back then knows that they are volatile - prone to atefacts and dieing. So I have to treat my computer with cotton wool, I have probably spent more time keeping this machine stable and looking at the console than most (no offence to those that do/don't). If I didnt do GPU intensive tasks on a volatile GPU I would class this "hack" as OK to pass as a 100% working solution, but on this machine (untested on others -note: some bios's dont report IRQ's properly, FSB, etc etc) when I hit hi triangle counts I can get GPU errors with this "solution/hack". I attribute it to the way the PCIe is handing access to the VoodooSDHC kext. I am talking very high stress situations though. I could run this machine with 0 errors with this hack and use cards IF I didnt tax the GPU to the extreme at times. I'd Imagine a more modern card would work just fine (this is a '07 machine with a GPU undervolt and with its core and clock matched to the gt 8600m 256mb DSDT patched to match - originally fx 570m). What I am hoping is this will help the average user to enable Ricoh cards. Swap out the VoodooSDXC for one that works for you and check the values of the kexts to match yours up, or try a previously working other kext alongside HSSDBlockStorage. Maybe HSSDBlockStorage can be patched with a HEX editor to replace the strings to curb one console nag. Maybe sources for HSSDBlockStorage are out there somewhere.... Once again I am no Coder, just an enthusiast Hacker. I have noticed some people out there using a solution using JMB38X.kext, VoodooSDHC.kext, and VoodooSDHC.kext for their systems already, for other cards. Maybe my method is better or worse. I can do 3D modelling with these kexts, I just cannot game or run huge scenes. If you are willing to face a kernel panic and stress test, maybe theres a fix. I am hoping that this might open up a path to using AppleSDXC on its own - as I own the "Advanced 2503 Dock" and adding ricoh dev ven id's to it opens up this ricoh card reader on that piece of hardware. Happy Hacking and I hope I have made some contribution here, if your ricoh reader is not the same be prepared to edit VoodooSDXC.kext, or try other kexts alongside HSSDBlockStorage looking at what i did inside both. ZZZ Edit: Seems taking content from AppleSDXC.kext and putting them in the zip file attached called "VoodooSDHC.zip" was enough for my Ricoh device. You will need to remove AppleSDXC.kext, fire up the console, use kextutility and observe any messages. In my case it worked just fine, I was able to use 1.1d1 with: <key>OSBundleLibraries</key> <dict> <key>com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily</key> <string>2.0.0</string> <key>com.apple.iokit.IOReportFamily</key> <string>1.0</string> <key>com.apple.iokit.IOStorageFamily</key> <string>1.2.7</string> <key>com.apple.kpi.bsd</key> <string>9.0.0</string> <key>com.apple.kpi.iokit</key> <string>9.0.0</string> <key>com.apple.kpi.libkern</key> <string>9.0.0</string> <key>com.apple.kpi.mach</key> <string>9.0.0</string> </dict> <key>OSBundleRequired</key> <string>Local-Root</string> At the end. Archive.zip VoodooSDHC.kext.zip
  3. Check-IN

    Errore PCI System Profiler

    Buongiorno a tutti, ho un problema che mi assilla da tempo ma che non sono ancora riuscito a risolvere. Premetto che ho il hardware/software in firma. Il problema è che in System Profiler mi da un errore quando tento di visualizzare le schede PCI connesse al computer. Ho avuto questo problema da sempre, anche quando montavo Snow Leopard e anche con Yosemite il risultato non cambia. Ho pensato che fosse per il DSDT mancante, ho provato più volte a generarne uno personalizzato senza ottenere risultati apprezzabili, inoltre essendo la mia scheda madre per server e montando due Xeon, il DSDT è piuttosto differente rispetto a quelli che si trovano sul forum e non sono mai riuscito a mettere in pratica i consigli e le guide. Il fatto è che il mio Hack va alla grande, ma mi è venuto un dubbio. Quando montavo la Nvidia 8800GT non avevo l'errore delle PCI e tutto veniva riconosciuto anche da System Profiler. Purtroppo da quando ho messo Clover sono stato costretto ad aggiornare a quella attuale. LE DOMANDE CHE VOGLIO PORRE SONO QUINDI LE SEGUENTI: 1. è possibile che essendo la scheda video una PCIe3.0 ed invece lo SLOT che la ospita un 2.0 possa causare un errore? 2. c'è qualcuno che in alternativa può darmi una mano per la compilazione del DSDT?
  4. Salut à tous Ça fait pas mal de temps que j'essaye de trouver la soluce mais je sèche : Sous Leopard ou Tiger, l'OS voit très bien les cartes PCI que je mets dans les deux slots de la CM. (airport et firewire) Mais sous Snow, il ne voit que la première (pourtant la deuxième est bien là quand je fait ioreg -L dans le terminal) En gros, quelque soit la carte PCI que je mets dans le Slot 2, Snow ne la voit pas. Quelqu'un a une idée de la raison, ou une idée pour solutionner ? DSDT ?, String ? La config est dans la signature.
  5. Ho notato che su Lion EvOTools ( programma per Informazioni Hardware ) non funzioni sembrerebbe " classi non gestite " in Lion Così cercando ho trovato questo strumento Lspci Port by EvOSX86 Un ringraziamento al Team EvOSX86 per questa utility Lspci cosa è ? Questo strumento serve per ottenere informazioni delle PCI e di tutte le periferiche Hardware Piccola Guida : Per prima cosa Installiamo Lspci tramite .pkg : Selezioniamo dove installarlo : Inserite la vostra password : Attendete che esegua l'installazione : Ok installazione completata : Riavviare A questo punto aprite il Terminale e digitate : lspci Questo è il rapporto delle nostre Periferiche sul Computer Il Programma è possibile scaricarlo : Link ----> http://www.osx86.net...do=file&id=1643 Fabio71
  6. Just a short notice that the M-Audio Audiophile is working in Lion without any problems with using the kext attached below. As far as I know and have tested only the main out is working, but beside that it gives proper crackless sound in OS X 10.6.8 en 10.7.2 . No advanced options (not even midi) are available, but at least it runs smoothly Just install in S/L/E and you'll be fine. The kext came from the installer which can be found on http://www.audio-evo...on.com/drivers/ , it seems it's not developed anymore but I expect this one to work on future OS X releases too. Envy24HTPCIAudioDriver.zip
  7. First you need to install: Voodoo_HDA_2.8.5_MAV.pkg.zip Source: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/297207-voodoohda-285-for-mavericks-slice-anv-signed/ Second if your sound card not working (probably it's VIA VT1708S on Asrock P5B-DE) In my Asrock P5B-DE works perfectly (on Maverick 10.9.2). I connected 3.1 sound system and subwoofer was works, 7.1 will work. Install mentioned pkg7 And replace attached VoodooHDA.kext into "/System/Library/Extensions" If you have any sugestion please post it here (maybe it will be work with all outputs -> in HDA) This is my first (fast) mod special thanks for Andy Vandijck, chris1111 and others who worked for VoodooHDA VoodooHDA.kext.zip
  8. I just recently installed 10.5.8 onto a Dell Dimension 3000. While I have a working screen, it's stuck at 1024x768 with NO QE/CI. Since the Dimension 3000 only has PCI slots (no AGP), it looks like my only solution is to install a PCI graphics card. I tried using my google-fu, but I can't find anything definitive to get an answer as whether Leopard even supports PCI graphics cards let alone which ones. What (if any) would be a good PCI graphics card for running under 10.5.8 with QE/CI? Hoping to have DVI and output of 1920x1080. Would be nice if it could push some polygons for gaming too, but not a dealbreaker.
  9. Hi guys, I recently built my Intel Hackintosh with the MSI H81M-E34, and I was wandering if I was able to somehow get the equivalent of Thunderbolt or even maybe Thunderbolt (itself) onto my Hackintosh? I saw something on the internet about this Expansion card with a Thunderbolt I/O port and a DisplayPort Input Port made by ASUS for selected ASUS motherboards. Would I have any success with this? I noticed that this PCI card has this thunderbolt header thing and maybe I wouldn't have to use that?
  10. Hello, Due to the lacking support of this sound card, I decided to write a driver, I have quite decent background in C and I/O management to think that I'm able to write one. However, I'm not very familiar with how kexts are working, and the whole process of hooking the code to the kernel. Does anyone have a reference to share about that, maybe some kext on GitHub or whatever, I'll understand by reading the code, it's not a problem. (Already looked at the Apple Reference on kext writing / using IOKit, it doesn't provide much... They don't really like when we have fun with kexts it seems...) As for the technical sheets of the CMI8788, I guess I can get them myself on internet, that including the addresses of each input/output the card has. And if Dogbert could pass by here, I'd be happy to have some help from an expert like him Feel free to help in any way, you're very welcome, because I'm quite a busy man, so the more help I get, the less time I take Here are my progresses so far : Resources : PID match table (source :http://www.alsa-proj..._EEPROM_Failure) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_82691043 OK (Xonar D2) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_82751043 OK (Xonar DX) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_82B71043 OK (Xonar D2X) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_83141043 OK (Xonar HDAV1.3) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_83271043 OK (Xonar DX) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_834F1043 OK (Xonar D1) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_835C1043 OK (Xonar Essence STX) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_835D1043 OK (Xonar Essence ST) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_835E1043 OK (Xonar HDAV1.3 Slim) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_838E1043 OK (Xonar DS) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_84281043 OK (Xonar Xense) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_84671043 OK (Xonar DG) PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_8788&SUBSYS_878813F6 overwritten EEPROM
  11. Background After searching though an abundance of forums to get through many errors and graphics problems, I have been able to put together 2 very successful AMD 10.6.8 computers. The process is very easy, and should work on any AMD computer. System Specs: ASUS M4A79 Deluxe AMD Phenom II X3 720(2.8Ghz) Overclocked to 3.4GhzX4 G.SKILL PI Black 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) HIS AMD 6850 GPU Before you install Download my Zip from rapidshare Unzip Burn The mod CD to a disk Go out and "buy" a copy of 10.6.3 or 10.6.4 Reboot and go into bios Make sure the drive you are installing to is set to AHCI Turn off Cool N' Quiet Turn off C1E Install Boot from that Mod CD that you burned earlier Wait till it shows the nawcom chameleon screen, insert the 10.6.3 or 10.6.4 disk and press F5 When the install DVD pops up type in "GraphicsEnabler=No" and hit enter This should bring you to the install screen, if you have a problem, leave a comment below When you get to the install screen keep hitting next till you get to destination select and then open Disk Utility In Disk Utility, select the HDD you want to install to and then go to erase and name it what you want to. After you have erased it, it will show up in destinations, select it and hit next when you get to the last screen, hit Customize and deselect Graphics Enabler Click Install If all went well, it should bring you to the setup screen were you enter all your info(dont worry if the graphics look weird, that will be fixed when we update to 10.6.8) Go through everything, and then transfer the folder from the zip on to the mac desktop Updateing to 10.6.8 to give you the app store and full graphics support Download and install the 10.6.8 combo update http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1399 (DO NOT CLICK RESTART!!!) With the 10.6.8 window still open, go into the folder from the zip Open up the legacy kernel package and finish installing that Open [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] and install the IOUSBFamily Rollback and System utilities ONLY Once that is complete, go in the Kexts folder, and open up Kext Wizard In Kext Wizard, go to the Installation tab, find and select the 2 kexts in kexts folder, click the System/Library/Extensions button, and click install Once completed, go into Maintenance click on the System/Library/Extensions button, and then click Execute After it is done(it takes a while), close Kext Wizard [*]Go back to the combo update window, and click restart Your Done! (Hopefully, if you have any problems leave a comment and ill try to help you) DOWNLOAD:https://rapidshare.c...stall_files.zip
  12. So, what's the current situation with PCI based SSD storage and Hackintoshes: Will it work as a boot drive for OS X? Can I use such a drive also for dualbooting windows? Just looking at the Revo Drive X3 and think it would be really really nice to have such a beast working in my upcoming Hackintosh
  13. Hi there, I managed to install OSX Mavericks on a separate partition of my system with myHack 3.2 beta 8. Unfortunately I don't see no pci cards like the network interface or soundcard. The booting hangs a while at "PCI configuration (begin/changed/end)" but after that Mavericks starts normal. The optional boot flags "npci=0×2000 or npci=0×3000" don't solve this problem. Anyone has a tip what to do? I installed the chameleon bootloader in Mavericks. But booting to it only works if the usb installer stick is plugged in (with chameleon bootloader installed on it). What do I have to do to get a working bootloader for Windows 7 (starts as default) and Mavericks? Thanks in advance!
  14. my ralink wireless will not work in snowleopard. it is the right driver but it is only made for leopard and it wont work for me in snowleopard. does anyone know how to get this to work>
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