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remove OpenHaltRestart and NullCPUPowerManagement

 

add in boot.plist

<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>

after reboot

run on terminal

ioreg -lw0 | grep AICPMVers

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dsdt.JavadEd.zip

remove OpenHaltRestart and NullCPUPowerManagement

 

add in boot.plist

<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>

after reboot

run on terminal

ioreg -lw0 | grep AICPMVers

thank you

 

but sorry

 

i cant find thise extention any where...

 

i look in system/liberary/extention...

and extra/extention

but they werent there...

 

where are they? :)

i copy MacPro3,1 / Core2Quad ...is that correct ?!

tnx

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thank you

 

but sorry

 

i cant find thise extention any where...

 

i look in system/liberary/extention...

and extra/extention

but they werent there...

 

where are they? :)

i copy MacPro3,1 / Core2Quad ...is that correct ?!

tnx

in Extensions.mkext

 

if you use Core2Quad...Yes

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in Extensions.mkext

 

if you use Core2Quad...Yes

 

this file is in the flash memmoy only...not in my mac :)

 

and..its just a file that i cant open that

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this file is in the flash memmoy only...not in my mac :)

 

and..its just a file that i cant open that

these files are running

look at the kextstat

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these files are running

look at the kextstat

 

ok sorry for.... ;)

 

 

i just searching...

 

i run sudo kextstat

 

and see thoese kext running....

 

and search for way of remove theme...

 

all thing i found....in the extensions.mkext must be /extra/extension

 

system/liberary/exte...

 

or

 

system/liberary/catch....

 

but there isnt...

 

i know there is only catch of these two extension(i think that way :D )

 

but how can i remove.?sorry i searched...but...... :P

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can i edit extensions.mkext in flash disk...and pack it again ...and then install lion?

boot from HD

use Extra folder + DSDT+ Chameleon

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Thank you very much. It works great on HP DV2999ET Artist Edition. The only problem was about Keyboard and Mouse. Touchpad and Keyboard working normally but Lion does not accept them. And it insists on bluetooth or usb mouse. After installing lion, I had to buy a usb keyboard to skip the welcome screen. In every boot it still looking for keyboard and mouse. Other than that everything working great except WiFi and HDMI output.

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Maldon Hello, I'm standing here has any suggestions

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Maldon hello, my problem solved :) , the problem was the NVIDIA OPTIMUS, my laptop has the same hardware as the Mack Book Pro mid-2010 (asus U33JC), his method worked after changing the graphics kext INTELHD of Update 1.4 Mac Book Pro by the system / library / extensions Lion, then booted the first, thanks, now we are seeing only use the NVIDIA graphics any suggestions for the DSDT?

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Dear MaLd0n,

 

Thanks for your great guide! I had follow your guide on my Dell Optiplex 755 with Lion DP4 had no problem, bust when I try on Lion final by the book and stuck in here pls see pic attached, what wrong with my Hackintosh? could you pls tell me what wrong!

 

Sorry for my english.

 

Best regards.

 

 

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Running a GA-P35-DS3 board with 2GB ram and a Core2Duo Intel E4500 (2.2GHz) chip. I'm currently running 10.6.8 without issue but would like to update to the newest version if possible (maybe its better where I am?)

 

Anyways, I made the installer USB as directed in the OP and had no issues. When I reboot the computer with said USB, files start loading (can see verbose) and continues for around 30 seconds until it just restarts. I never see the installer app. It's like the installer starts to load, but then hits something and the whole cpu just reboots.

 

Any idea?

 

Exactly the same problem here with GA-P35-DS3 rev. 2.1. Did you find a solution for this?

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Hey,

 

trying to install on a Gigabyte P35-DS3 mobo but when I start the machine from USB Stick (creating USB was no problem) the system restarts before entering the setup of lion. I attached a picture of the last messages shown.

 

No other error messages or panics, just a restart. So I'm not able to enter the regular install process. Any suggestions please?

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Hi to all.

 

Thanks for this tutorial.

 

My problem

 

After booting with the Lion installation USB and appears the welcome screen, i have the error "There was a problem reading the OS X installation disc ....". I try to change permissions but without lucky.

 

Anyone knows a solution?

 

Cya :)

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I tried to install OSX Lion on my PC using this guide but I can't manage to get my harddrive recognized by the OSX installer. I have a Samsung HD501LJ which I formated as HFS+ using the Gparted Live CD. Once the PC booted from my USB and the install shows up, I can only see my USB Stick as possible partition for an installation. Even the Disk Utility does not show my 500GB. Do you have an idea why this is the case? Is it possible, that my HDD is not supported by OSX?

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hai Maldon,

i just try to boot Lion using another partition in my disk from your guide, and when boot progress it stuck at

Waiting for DSMOS... :unsure:

do you any idea? thank you

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hai Maldon,

i just try to boot Lion using another partition in my disk from your guide, and when boot progress it stuck at

Waiting for DSMOS... :D

do you any idea? thank you

 

forget it Maldon, finally i can installed on my HP Compaq 2210b (Core2Duo Merom, 4GB DDR2, GM965 graphic) by followed your guide correctly :P

 

but i have some missing driver and some error like this:

no sound (maybe using intel hd audio), need audio driver here

some mouse lag, here i can move the cursor smothly for 3 second then the cursor is lag and jump to another position quickly,, can you help me with my mouse (i'm using USB Microsoft Express Mouse)

 

i'm also attached send_me.zip here.

 

and is there any update for mac os x lion? i see on the web update 10.7.2 combo update but i can't see the direct link from apple site, can you share the link ?

send_me.zip

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and is there any update for mac os x lion? i see on the web update 10.7.2 combo update but i can't see the direct link from apple site, can you share the link ?

dsdt.Angel_z.zip

 

read forum Rules

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?act=boardrules

No posting of direct or indirect links to warez or pirated pieces of software, this includes cracks, serials and torrents.

Wait for "final"

 

Audio

use VoodooHda

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Dear MaLd0n,

 

Thanks for your great guide! I had follow your guide on my Dell Optiplex 755 with Lion DP4 had no problem, bust when I try on Lion final by the book and stuck in here pls see pic attached, what wrong with my Hackintosh? could you pls tell me what wrong!

 

Sorry for my english.

 

Best regards.

 

 

post-642422-1311677041_thumb.jpg

 

I ended up getting this same panic when I restored used the "Mac OS X Install ESD" image to restore instead of the doing the BaseSystem.dmg restore followed by copying the packages as described by Mald0n in the original posting. I only tried it it that way because the directions here aren't working for me.

 

My system is freezing after the kernel starts and at the line "FakeSMCDevice: 17 keys added". Screenshot is attached. I've also had it stop after the "PCI configuration end" line, but maybe not following the exact procedure to build the bootable USB flash as described here.

 

I have also tried using a DSDT I built using an existing Leopard install on this Acer 5920g laptop. I extracted the DSDT without any other DSDT present in / or /Extra before boot, and then ran it through Mald0n's auto-patcher with the settings for the 5920. The 5920g looks to be a 5920 but with 8600M GT 256MB Graphics. I added that card to the DSDT, including NVCAP bits for HDMI support taken from a 5920g thread on this board. I have attached this DSDT in case anyone wants it, but I haven't tested it much other than booting Leopard successfully with it for a couple weeks.

 

To install the DSDT and appropriate kexts, I installed tonymac's [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] 3.8 to the USB created with Mald0n's procedure, but only after moving the /Extra folder to avoid conflicts. The only kext [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] put in /E/E is FakeSMC. I can now use the USB stick to boot into Leopard 10.5.8 on my hard drive, but when trying to boot the Lion GM Installer it freezes after "RTC: Only single RAM bank (128 bytes)". I don't even see FakeSMC getting a chance to run. A second screenshot is attached of this.

 

Any ideas?

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dsdt.5920g_auto_patched_after_virgin_dsdt_extraction__then_8600M_added.zip

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