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@Ricola,

Can you tell me if your sound input port (line in, not MIC in) in back of your ip35-pro is working.

I can never get this to work either in Leo or Snow Leo.

Also, can you post the HDEF patch section you used to patch your dsdt.dsl

 

BTW, can you also post a screen capture of the content of your /E/E

Thanks.

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I have a quad-core Q6600 in my IP35-Pro SL, but "About this Mac" lists only 2 cores. Can I fix?

Unzip and run AboutThisMac.zip attached.

 

@Ricola,

Can you tell me if your sound input port (line in, not MIC in) in back of your ip35-pro is working.

I can never get this to work either in Leo or Snow Leo.

Also, can you post the HDEF patch section you used to patch your dsdt.dsl

 

BTW, can you also post a screen capture of the content of your /E/E

Thanks.

 

Here's my E/E

2v2gm8g.jpg

 

-ricola

DSDT_HDEF_Fix.zip

AboutThisMac.pkg.zip

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I get a kernel panic during install... "CPU 1 has no HPET assigned to it" How can I get around this issue. I am running E8400 on the IP35 Pro. Thanks for your help.

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I get a kernel panic during install... "CPU 1 has no HPET assigned to it" How can I get around this issue. I am running E8400 on the IP35 Pro. Thanks for your help.

 

Make sure the NullCPUpowerManagement.kext is in your /Extra/Extensions folder...

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Thanks Ricola. Everything is working smooth now. I couldn't get 5.1 working over S/PDIF and followed this guide: http://www.infinitemac.com/f57/guide-how-t...da-to-sl-t3981/

 

Attached a patched AppleHDA kext for the IP35Pro v1.1/ACL888 that supports digital surround sound. Haven't tested analog out.

You're welcome & thanks ;)

 

I get a kernel panic during install... "CPU 1 has no HPET assigned to it" How can I get around this issue. I am running E8400 on the IP35 Pro. Thanks for your help.

Look like your DSDT.aml (if you have one) not loaded .. try to put DSDT.aml inside /Extra folder.

 

-ricola

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Can someone change my attached dsdt.dsl into a DSDT.aml ?

 

I can boot into SL, but after messing with itunes(trying to update to 9.0) it freezes my system. It has frozen also while browsing in safari. not a KP, just frozen in time :)

 

I think it's me dsdt.aml and I can't figure out how to make one from my dsdt.dsl

 

I will also try deleting my LegacyHDA.kext and rebuild my Extensions.mkext

 

thanks for the help and great guide!!

dsdt.dsl.zip

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Make sure the NullCPUpowerManagement.kext is in your /Extra/Extensions folder...

 

 

Thanks for this tip - it took care of the kernel panic. However, the install hangs at this line:

 

ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start_waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowe

rManagement) timed out

 

I thought the NullCPUPowerManagement would override AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement. Should I remove the Apple kext?

 

Thanks,

 

Chappcc

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Can someone change my attached dsdt.dsl into a DSDT.aml ?

 

I can boot into SL, but after messing with itunes(trying to update to 9.0) it freezes my system. It has frozen also while browsing in safari. not a KP, just frozen in time :jerry:

 

I think it's me dsdt.aml and I can't figure out how to make one from my dsdt.dsl

 

I will also try deleting my LegacyHDA.kext and rebuild my Extensions.mkext

 

thanks for the help and great guide!!

 

Hi ..

 

here is your DSDT.aml and you can put back LegacyHDA to E/E ... also delete any audio Injector kext if there any.

 

-ricola

DSDT.taylorutah.zip

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You're welcome & thanks :jerry:

 

 

Look like your DSDT.aml (if you have one) not loaded .. try to put DSDT.aml inside /Extra folder.

 

-ricola

 

<P>I have DSDT.aml in /Extra.  I am not sure it is properly configured - my system is:</P>

<P>IP35 Pro<BR>E8400<BR>HD4850</P>

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thanks for the file ricola! I am still having the same problem. it happens on my Leopard install and my SL install. Screen freezes and machine is unresponsive. Getting ready to chuck it in the garbage.

 

Any ideas on what would effect both installs? I had Leopard running on this flawlessly for many moons!

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Hey I just tried installing Leopard using the instructions from the first page as I thought the same procedure would apply for installing Leopard, but I get a Kernal Panic when I try and boot up Leopard.

 

Could anyone help me try and install Retail Leopard on this Motherboard?

 

Full spec are...

 

Intel E6300 @ 3.36GHz

Abit IP-35 Pro

8GB DDR2 PC8500

ATI HD3870 512MB

Samsung 250GB Drive

 

I have a working iPC install right now but I would much prefer a Retail install. Any help would be great thanks :unsure:.

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thanks for the file ricola! I am still having the same problem. it happens on my Leopard install and my SL install. Screen freezes and machine is unresponsive. Getting ready to chuck it in the garbage.

 

Any ideas on what would effect both installs? I had Leopard running on this flawlessly for many moons!

Seems like the problem not from DSDT.aml, more to Graphics driver in SL

 

Hey I just tried installing Leopard using the instructions from the first page as I thought the same procedure would apply for installing Leopard, but I get a Kernal Panic when I try and boot up Leopard.

 

Could anyone help me try and install Retail Leopard on this Motherboard?

 

Full spec are...

 

Intel E6300 @ 3.36GHz

Abit IP-35 Pro

8GB DDR2 PC8500

ATI HD3870 512MB

Samsung 250GB Drive

 

I have a working iPC install right now but I would much prefer a Retail install. Any help would be great thanks :).

This thread is about Snow Leopard .. not Leopard, the files of the first post intended only for SL :censored2:

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When trying to boot into SL with -v or -s it ends in a cycle trying to load something.

 

the line of text refers to USBF The IOUSBFamily was not able to enumerate a device.

 

any ideas on fixing this? the only usb device plugged in is my keyboard and mouse, when i remove them i get the same error?

 

thanks

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Hi all,

 

IP35-Pro user can install RC3 + EFI 10.3 with this Attached file (SLPro.pkg.zip)

 

nb : other mobo user can also use this, but must to replace DSDT.aml with your own after installation.

 

I have tried this 3 times and always come up with the same exact outcome:

 

img0374xt.th.jpg

 

Any ideas? It's driving me nuts.

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I have tried this 3 times and always come up with the same exact outcome:

 

img0374xt.th.jpg

 

Any ideas? It's driving me nuts.

 

@Brywalker : try boot with arch=i386

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Hi!

Ricola THANK YOU for the post!

Finally (after 2 days)with your info I managed to install and run SL. (I was running with no problems 10.5.5)

My only problem now is with VGA resolution because I use a ATI 4850 (but I hope I will fix that too)

 

thank you again and congratulations for your good work! ;)

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@Brywalker : try boot with arch=i386

 

Nope. Same thing. Guess I am stuck with Leopard. Doesn't make any sense, but whatever.

 

I am leaning toward it being my X1900XT, but I don't want to start shelling out money to have it not work.

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