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GMA 950 id2772 All Resolutions QE/CI No Mouse Tearing


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Well some of you like may have run right out and bought yourself the new Intel Board with the built in 1.6 atom processor hearing that it is the perfect hackintosh for 250$(I actually built mine for 104.95$) and used kalway like everyone told u too and found SCREEN SHARING KERNEL PANIC, sucks doesn't it well if this is you then I after hours and screwing with this found a solution that fixes all mouse tearing if you had any, and gets screen sharing, and all resolutions to work keeping in mind of coarse that you have the device ID 2772 like me.

 

Use the all the 10.5.2 AppleIntelGMA kexts from kalway, but use the AppleIntegratedFrambuffer.kext from iAkatos 10.5.1 if you do this u should then have full hardware acceloration no mouse tearing and best of all more resolutions than you will know what to do with. all refresh rates and what not. just remember backup before u try this and always always always repair permissions before a reboot when you make changes to your extensions folder.

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can't say I have had any trouble with it, I have renamed files all over the place. What Version of 10.5 are you running? I have had it 100% stable without any problems for almost 2 weeks now. I did have one qerk but it was so minimal I kinda ignored it, I loaded Starcraft on it, just to see if it would do it, and the there was a mouse in the corner of the screen never went away other than that I have not had any issues. But If you can give me some details on your system maybe I could look into it and find a fix(one thing you might try is taking the IOPCIMatch string from the 10.4.8 kexts and replacing the IOPCIPrimaryMatch string in the AppleIntelGMA950.kext(I did not have to do this but I have read it increases stability.) And did you repair permissions throught terminal or disk utility?

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Well some of you like may have run right out and bought yourself the new Intel Board with the built in 1.6 atom processor hearing that it is the perfect hackintosh for 250$(I actually built mine for 104.95$) and used kalway like everyone told u too and found SCREEN SHARING KERNEL PANIC, sucks doesn't it well if this is you then I after hours and screwing with this found a solution that fixes all mouse tearing if you had any, and gets screen sharing, and all resolutions to work keeping in mind of coarse that you have the device ID 2772 like me.

 

Use the all the 10.5.2 AppleIntelGMA kexts from kalway, but use the AppleIntegratedFrambuffer.kext from iAkatos 10.5.1 if you do this u should then have full hardware acceloration no mouse tearing and best of all more resolutions than you will know what to do with. all refresh rates and what not. just remember backup before u try this and always always always repair permissions before a reboot when you make changes to your extensions folder.

 

can you upload the kexts

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You can use stock GMA950 Snow Leopard kexts with an easy dsdt patch.

 

Get the DSDTEditor from here

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=223205

 

It inserts the code blocks automatically in the right places. The scripts don't always work on any motherboard. If they don't report it in the thread and if you're lucky like me someone helps you out.

 

Now you have to insert the patches DTGP and GMA950 desktop.

 

First extract a .dsl from system. Then compile it to .aml and save it as dsdt.aml.

If you already have a working dsdt.aml just without video patch you can skip this step.

 

Now load the patch DTGP from file. It's inside the DSDTEditor/patches folder. Apply it.

 

Same thing with the GMA950 desktop patch.

 

Compile the new dsdt.aml and save it under this name.

 

Replace your old dsdt.aml with the new one and reboot. If you're lucky you have full resolution or can adjust it in the system preferences.

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You can use stock GMA950 Snow Leopard kexts with an easy dsdt patch.

 

Get the DSDTEditor from here

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=223205

 

It inserts the code blocks automatically in the right places. The scripts don't always work on any motherboard. If they don't report it in the thread and if you're lucky like me someone helps you out.

 

Now you have to insert the patches DTGP and GMA950 desktop.

 

First extract a .dsl from system. Then compile it to .aml and save it as dsdt.aml.

If you already have a working dsdt.aml just without video patch you can skip this step.

 

Now load the patch DTGP from file. It's inside the DSDTEditor/patches folder. Apply it.

 

Same thing with the GMA950 desktop patch.

 

Compile the new dsdt.aml and save it under this name.

 

Replace your old dsdt.aml with the new one and reboot. If you're lucky you have full resolution or can adjust it in the system preferences.

 

 

worked like a charm for me with device id 2772.'

thanks a tons.

may u have a great life ahead,.....

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worked like a charm for me with device id 2772.'

thanks a tons.

may u have a great life ahead,.....

 

There is a new tool for dsdt patches. See:

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=235523

 

If it supports your board it can extract a dsdt and apply all useful patches (including the gma950-patch in our case) with one mouseclick. The main benefit is that with such a perfectly patches dsdt you can use Chameleon 2 RC5 which means sleep and speedstep with stock apple kexts.

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=231075

 

If the auto-patcher does not support your board you can ask dsdt wizard MaLd0n in the thread to patch a dsdt that you send him as attachment (before you extract this dsdt you must boot once without dsdt, thats important). Chances are good that he will do so and the next auto-patcher release will include a script for your board.

 

good luck, p.

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