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Hello I just would like to report the success of an hp pavilion a1767c ethernet sound graphics even the card reader all work perfectly on Snow Leopard Retail.

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Hello I just would like to report the success of an hp pavilion a1767c ethernet sound graphics even the card reader all work perfectly on Snow Leopard Retail.

 

Did you have any problem with shutdown or restart? Did you use a particular DSDT file? I noticed that the motherboard is made by ASUS, would you please provide some details. I would appreciate some more details on your installation selections.

 

BTW, great job on getting it up and running. Being able to buy a second hand HP and install SL on it is really appealing especially when HP is using ASUS motherboards.

 

Thanks!

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Product number

RT678AA

Introduction date

05-Jan-2007

Country/region sold in:

 

*

US

*

Canada

 

Bundle information

The a1767c-b desktop PC bundle (part number RT679AA) includes:

 

* a1767c Desktop PC, part number RT678AA

 

* w22 22" lcd wide-screen monitor with integrated speakers

 

Hardware

Base processor

Core 2 Duo E4300 © DC 1.8 GHz

 

*

800 MHz front side bus

*

Socket 775

 

Chipset

Intel 945G

Motherboard

 

*

Manufacturer: Asus

*

Motherboard Name: P5LP-LE

*

HP/Compaq motherboard name: Leonite-GL8E

 

Memory

Component Attributes

Memory Installed 2 GB

Maximum allowed 4 GB* (4 x 1 GB)

 

*Actual available memory may be less

Speed supported PC2-4200 MB/sec

Type 240 pin, DDR2 SDRAM

Hard drive

 

*

320 GB SATA 3G (3.0 Gb/sec)

*

7200 rpm

 

16X DVD(+/-)R/RW 12X RAM (+/-)R DL LightScribe SATA drive

 

* Must use Double-Layer media discs in order to take advantage of the DL technology

* Must use LightScribe-enabled media discs and supporting software in order to take advantage of the LightScribe technology

 

Function Maximum speed

DVD-RAM Up to 12X

DVD-R DL Write Once Up to 8X

DVD+R DL Write Once Up to 8X

DVD+R Write Once Up to 16X

DVD+RW Rewritable Up to 8X

DVD-R Write Once Up to 16X

DVD-RW Rewritable Up to 6X

DVD ROM Read Up to 16X

CD-R Write Once Up to 40X

CD-RW Rewritable Up to 32X

CD-ROM Read Up to 40X

Modem

56K bps data/fax modem

Video Graphics

GeForce 7350LE

 

* 128 MB DDR memory

* I/O Ports: DVI, S-Video, VGA

 

Television

TV tuner card with FM tuner

Sound/Audio

Integrated High Definition audio

 

* Realtek ALC 888 chipset

* Supports up to 8 audio channels

* Dolby Pro Logic II compatible

 

Network (LAN)

Integrated 10/100 Base-T networking interface

Memory card reader

 

* USB interface

 

* Supports the following cards:

o Compact Flash I

o Compact Flash II

o SmartMedia

o Memory Stick

o Memory Stick Pro

o MultiMediaCard

o Secure Digital (SD)

o Micro Drive

o xD Picture Card (xD = extreme digital)

 

External I/O ports

I/O ports on the front panel

Port type Quantity

9-in-1 (4 slot) + 1 USB One

1394 One

USB One

Headphone One

Line-in One

Microphone One

I/O ports on the back panel

Port type Quantity

PS2 (keyboard, mouse) Two (one each)

VGA One (disabled due to the installation of a graphics card)

USB Four

1394 One

LAN One

SPDIF out (coaxial) One

SPDIF in One

Audio (side speaker out, rear speaker out, center speaker out, line-in, line-out, microphone) One Each

Expansion slots

Slot type Quantity

PCI Three (One available)

PCI Express x16 One (None available)

Drive bays

Bay type Quantity

5.25" Two (One available)

3.5" Two (None available)

Pocket Media Drive bay One (One available)

Keyboard and mouse

 

*

HP wireless keyboard

*

Quebec Keyboard Kit (French Canada only)

*

HP premium wireless mouse

 

Remote Control

USB infrared remote and receiver

These are the specs No i didnt use a dsdt file was ble to get it going without it. The only thing that doesnt seem to work and that is due to this model of CPU is anything that required vt-x I do apologize for the lack of response but this is what i use

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