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  1. Hi: I've managed to install Mac OS X Lion into my 17.3"Toshiba L675 laptop using the iAtkos L2 DVD, this laptop came with a first generation Core i3 processor, with the well known Intel HD graphics. The native resolution of the screen is 1600x900, but using the kexts provided by @manor I was able to get the Intel HD recognized with a 1280x800 max resolution (only this resolution under display preferences). Can any one point me in the right direction to get full resolution? I know I'm not going to be able of having QE/CI with this I wouldn't be able os using iWork, but, getting full resolution would be enough for my web development tasks. Thank you
  2. georges valch

    DSDT Request, help please!

    Hello I hope someone will help me with this: I'm totally noob about programming and this kind of stuff. On the other side I'm passionate about hackintosh. I have a Dell Vostro 1540, mobo is hm57, proc core i5 arrandale, ddr3, with intel hd graphics. In dual boot win 8.1 and mac os 10.9, I really need a patched dsdt to get graphic resolution (cause, strange, i have not qe but ci - translucent menu bar, but no 1366x768 res). Without nullpowermanagement at chameleon boot i get kp. I attach here my dsdt extracted in windows with aida64, i really hope that some1 will help me fix it and patch it properly. Thanks in advance. dsdt.zip
  3. All Kand

    [FIXED] Intel GMA HD 5700MHD

    Hi Guys! This only works with 10.6 SNOW LEOPARD. Leopard unsure, Lion/ML doesn't work. First, follow this guide here. http://www.insanelym...pic=223754&st=0 Once you have the transparent menubar running, you will realise that there are lots of distortions. Fret not! Firstly, enable Screen Sharing. Make sure you allow VNC connections. Set a password for VNC clients. Then, get Chicken of The VNC. It's a VNC client. Get it set up and connected to your own hackintosh. Use the option 'View Only'. Run the client on your the machine with the GMA 5700. That's right - run it on the very same machine. KEEP IT RUNNING. You will realise that there are no more distortions! Now, you can watch Powerpoints and set Screensavers! However... I'm not sure about sleep and how to get Chicken of the VNC running at startup. NOTE: Minimise the VNC client. Use the desktop as normal. I'm not asking you to watch your PC thru a VNC client. You will notice that the display in the client might be distorted.