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  1. PLEASE help! I used to have a perfectly working Leopard iAtkos 7 10.5.8 running with my system (shown below), but since I've upgraded my graphics card from a 9800GTX+ to a GTX 460 I'm now in deep {censored}. Leopard no longer picks it up. I've tried to install iAtkos 7 10.5.8 again I can't boot as the graphics card isn't recognised. The -x command works, but there aren't any drivers to install as the supported nvidia drivers are only for Snow Leopard. "So just install Snow Leopard?" I hear you say. Well I've tried to install iAtkos S3 V2 10.6.3 but to no avail. Whatever way I try to install, I either get kernel panics at boot, or the PC shuts down on boot (verbos reads CPU halted). With iAtkos S3 V2 I've tried the Chameleon 2 RC5 boot loader, the AnVal bootloader, the 10.3.0 kernel, the 10.2.0 kernel, etc. When booting, I always enter my correct FSB, Busratio and Maxmem values. The DVD was burned at 4x, my bios is set to AHCI and I'm installing to an internal sata drive - all completely normal stuff. Every distro installs great, but they never boot. Can someone please help me? I could really do with having this system up and running soon - I do a lot of Final Cut Pro at work and would love to use it at home. System: Asus M3N-HT Deluxe AMD Phenom II 955 BE 6Gb Corsair XMS2 DDR2 EVGA GTX 460 SE Thanks guys! Much appreciated
  2. Punkmilitia


    Oh hello, S3NSA
  3. theconnactic

    AMD Kernel

    Version 10.8.x


    This is the result of months of development in this topic: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/top...esting-on-amd/. The kernel, which i'm posting here as amd_kernel, was built by Andy Vandjick, but that wouldn't be possible without the amazing work by Sinetek (who made the first SSSE3 emulator ever, enabling non FX-series CPUs to run OSX in 64-bit kernel mode), R:A:W:x86, Bronzovka (who made Lion on AMD possible) and the Voodoo Team. Many thanks to them all! The correct boot flags to run the kernel are amd_kernel arch=x86_64. FX-series users must also add the correct busratio. The kernel is not working properly with nVidia graphics (and some ATI ones), so their users must also either add -x (safe mode) boot flag or disable GeforceGA.plugin and GLDriver.bundle in System/Library/Extensions. This kernel will also work with 64-bit Intel CPUs that are not capable of running the vanilla kernel. Good luck to all and please post feedback. The sources are also included for anyone wanting to build the kernel from the sources, or help improve it - there's still a lot of work to do.
  4. hi, im new at hackintosh and i have problems to install it Im using the leo hazard 10.6.2 distribution for intel & amd, i needed to use a boot cd and -v -x busratio=20 cpus=1 arch=i386 to boot it. In the installation options, i selected: Mac OS X Update: Mac OS X 10.6.1 Update Mac OS X 10.6.2 Update Combo Kernel: Mobdin Kernel 10.0 AMD Only Graphics: NVEnabler NVInject Audio: Voodoo 0.2.52 all of network System Support: JMicronATA Injector AMD AdditionalFonts X11 QuickTime 7 and it installed well, but when it restarted, i only can see a black screen with a white "_" My Computer: Motherboard: Asus Republic Of Gamers Crosshair IV Extreme processor: Amd Phenom II Black edition 965 Graphics: Nvidia gtx 550 ti ram: 16 gb Trascend 1333mhz ddr3 hdd: Seagate 7200 rpm 2.000gb (but im installing mac on a 40 gb partition) Please, help me. I need to learn to program in a mac to february and i haven't enought money to buy a macbook now.
  5. Ciao a tutti, dopo alcuni mesi che cerco di installare OS X Lion sul mio PC, non ce l' ho ancora fatta . Ho seguito queste due guide: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/278181-amd-1073-guide-experimental-only/ http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279291-help-mac-os-x-lion-on-amd-niresh-1073-v2/ La seconda l' ho seguita passo passo, ma dopo aver provato vari flag non sono riuscito a fargli fare il boot. Mentre nella prima guida (con iATKOS) mi blocco, seguendo il terzo metodo, non riesco a capire bene come fare, io mi sono scaricato la dmg di iATKOS L2 e l' ho masterizzata su un DVD con InfraRecoder, all' avvio immetto i flag che si trovano sulla guida ma niente, il PC si riavvia. Qualcuno può darmi una mano ? Grazie. Mio PC: Scheda madre: Asus M4a89td Pro / USB 3.0 Processore: Phenom II x4 965 BE Memoria: GSkill 4 GB
  6. theconnactic

    AMD Kernel

    Version 10.7.x RC 13


    Kernel developed by Bronzovka (on InsanelyMac he uses the nickname "bronya") which includes the newest patches by Sinetek (the opcode emulator, tool that enables SSSE3 and SSE4.2 for CPUs that otherwise won't support it) and Andy Vandjick (the built-in decrypt tool), and Bronzovka's own original patches and newest fixes, always remembering that he's the developer who first came up with a working 10.7.x kernel for AMD machines. With this kernel, you'll be able to boot with either 64-bit kernel mode (x86_64) or 32-bit kernel mode (i386), and both modes will support 64-bit applications and processes, so no more replacing the Finder or patching XPCHelper to avoid crashes like in the old days. nVidia users must stick to i386, due to a bug in the patchset that will render the system unusable in 64-bit kernel mode. ATI users can try both modes, opting for the one which gives the more reliability. Boot with arch=x86_64 (or i386) and -nossse3bit (except for FX-series CPUs) flags for the best results. There's a version FX-series-specific kernel as an option. Both will work with all versions of Lion to date. Enjoy! Many thanks to Bronzovka and all people directly and indirectly involved in this development.
  7. Ok so I'm looking for a little help with my Lion install. Here's the story: I've been running 10.6.7 on my AMD machine for the better part of a year with absolutely no issues. I mainly use my HackPro for video editing in Final Cut Pro X, so when the first AMD kernels were released with 32bit support only, I had to stay away (FCPX is 64bit only). Not until recently have I started working on installing Lion & Mountain Lion. And so far, I just can't win With Mountain Lion, I had graphic corruption caused by the amd_kernel. Understandable, I told myself, and decided to roll back to 10.7 and give that a shot, as I heard there were several working kernels with full graphic support for my HD 5750. I was able to get up and running in no time at all, found working kexts for my graphics and network, sleep is working with no issues, shutdown/restart, the whole nine yards. I'm able to boot in full 64bit mode or 32bit/64bit userland, and FCPX opens and runs perfectly well. Here's the issue: Any sound that I play on my machine starts off with a brief stutter. Video sources such as YouTube and Netflix play fine after the stutter goes away, which is well and fine. The problem I'm having is when I'm playing video in Plex Media Center, or when I've opened a project in FCPX and start playback, the video is behind the audio, falling completely out of sync. It seems like the video is playing in slow motion, and the audio is playing at full speed. I have had no issues whatsoever with audio up until this point. I use a Tascam USB audio device, which works in 32bit only, and I've used VoodooHDA to enable my on board audio. With either device, the audio issue is the same. I've tried using busratio=15 as a boot flag, I tried enabling/disabling SSE2 in VoodooHDA prefs, I've tried creating and compiling a DSDT (never used one before, and couldn't find any patches for the one I made...), and nothing seems to be helping. I've also tried a number of different kernels to no avail. I'm tired of being stuck on Snow Leopard. I'm trying and trying to get this working so that I can use it as my full time OS, but I just can't seem to shake the issues. If it's not one thing, it's another. ***EDIT: I also have an nVidia GTX 550 ti, GT430 8300GS on hand if they would make the Lion process any easier. Thanks again.***