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Perfetto audio tornato alla normalità inserendo il comando "sudo perl ...", poi ricostruito la cache e riavviato in modalità -v.

adesso si riavvia perfettamente e audio ok.

 

Grazie, come sempre.

 

P.S. lascio ancora per poco la vecchia installazione di Lion GM, se servisse a fare test... a disposizione. Bye

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Fabio

Can You confirm on Your Lion system about Auto Sleep( idle sleep after X minutes).

On my Lion system at the moment isnt working, maybe I have some plugins installed causing the system to auto sleep (having lots of them, especially Photoshop plugins)

Just want to make sure is it everybody having auto sleep ploblem with Lion or just me.

Thanks

 

 

I find out , it was AppleHDA preventing into go to timed sleep, always working in console with sound assertion. With voodohda everything perfect, time sleep working perfect

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Ciao Frenky94c ho preso il DSDT preparato da Ermac e ho inyettato la tua scheda GTX 295

Fai una prova

Utilizzando questo DSDT dovrebbe riconoscere la 295 in automatico? Attualmente seppur in modo molto rozzo sono riuscito a portare la risoluzione a tutto schermo, in pratica ho creato con OSx86 Tools Utility una stringa EFI selezionando la 8800 Ultra come base, ho inserito la stringa nel org.chameleon.Boot.plist e infine ho utilizzato un kext fix per la mia 295 a singolo pcb. Il risultato è soddisfacente, almeno ora riesco a lavorare a tutto schermo. Per l'audio invece sto utilizzando il VoodooHDA e per adesso non ci sono problemi gravi se non una distorsione quando inserisco e disattivo il muto...Farò comunque un tentativo con il DSDT da te postato.

 

Edit: ho provato con il DSDT di iFabio71 rimuovendo la stringa EFI e il fix kext che utilizzavo ma sfortunatamente il sistema si pianta in avvio nello stesso punto del mio precedente screen...

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ho una P6TD-Deluxe:

 

ho seguito ed eseguito correttamente la prima parte della procedura; purtroppo nn riesco ad avanzare nell'installazione.

Mi carica da USB, parte il bootloader,carica i file,ma ad un certo punto nn viene + inviato segnale video e a monitor nn vedo più niente....stessa cosa in modalità Verbose.

 

uso una Radeon HD6850(mi pare di aver capito che dovrebbe essere riconosciuta direttamente in OSX Lion) collegata in HDMI al monitor (ho provato anche il collegamento VGA ma nn cambia nulla)

 

 

qualche idea?

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ho una P6TD-Deluxe:

 

ho seguito ed eseguito correttamente la prima parte della procedura; purtroppo nn riesco ad avanzare nell'installazione.

Mi carica da USB, parte il bootloader,carica i file,ma ad un certo punto nn viene + inviato segnale video e a monitor nn vedo più niente....stessa cosa in modalità Verbose.

 

uso una Radeon HD6850(mi pare di aver capito che dovrebbe essere riconosciuta direttamente in OSX Lion) collegata in HDMI al monitor (ho provato anche il collegamento VGA ma nn cambia nulla)

 

Ciao non hai la firma così nessuno ti può aiutare

 

 

Edit: ho provato con il DSDT di iFabio71 rimuovendo la stringa EFI e il fix kext che utilizzavo ma sfortunatamente il sistema si pianta in avvio nello stesso punto del mio precedente screen...

 

Ciao il dsdt che ti ho passato lo sostitiisci e riavvii hai fatto cosi

mi puoi passare il tuo Ioreg e il tuo dsdt non modificato

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Ovviamente su Rampage III Extreme manco a parlarne di poterlo installare vero? dico cio' perchè, oltre a non essere nel elenco delle schede, con tale mobo è risultato IMPOSSIBILE anche installare snow leopard (ho provato per mesi seguendo decine di guide e tweaks senza successo), quindi presumo sara' la stessa zolfa con Lion...

 

Meno male che almeno sul netbook (asus 1201n) non ho avuto di questi problemi, pero' mi scoccia e non poco non poter vedere tale os sul mio PC che è na bestiolina mica da ridere :(

 

 

P.S.

 

Sara' mica perchè ho un Hexa core? :)

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Ovviamente su Rampage III Extreme manco a parlarne di poterlo installare vero? dico cio' perchè, oltre a non essere nel elenco delle schede, con tale mobo è risultato IMPOSSIBILE anche installare snow leopard (ho provato per mesi seguendo decine di guide e tweaks senza successo), quindi presumo sara' la stessa zolfa con Lion...

 

Meno male che almeno sul netbook (asus 1201n) non ho avuto di questi problemi, pero' mi scoccia e non poco non poter vedere tale os sul mio PC che è na bestiolina mica da ridere :(

 

 

P.S.

 

Sara' mica perchè ho un Hexa core? :)

 

Ciao Andromeda hai fatto la prova con questa guida

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Ciao Andromeda hai fatto la prova con questa guida

 

Ciao!

 

No ancora no, ho paura; perchè poi mi interstardisco e ci perdo 4 ore senza risultati :)

 

Pero' mi piacerebbe provare..

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Pero' mi piacerebbe provare..

La guida di Ermac è molto semplice mai provi mai lo saprai

 

Eccoli qua (il DSDT è quello postato da ErmaC per la prova audio):

Il dsdt intendo quello non modificato da Ermac ma estratto originale lo fai con DSDTE

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Ciao non hai la firma così nessuno ti può aiutare

 

Firma creata ed inserita.spero ci siano tutte le informazioni necessarie

 

Aggiornamento:

con "GraphicsEnabler=No" sono riuscito a completare l'installazione ma sono rimasti 2 problemini:

-il sistema si avvia solamente se inserisco GraphicsEnabler=No,e quando parte funziona tutto e da "Informazioni su questo Mac" mi riconosce la scheda video

-non funziona l'audio

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Firma creata ed inserita.spero ci siano tutte le informazioni necessarie

 

Aggiornamento:

con "GraphicsEnabler=No" sono riuscito a completare l'installazione ma sono rimasti 2 problemini:

-il sistema si avvia solamente se inserisco GraphicsEnabler=No,e quando parte funziona tutto e da "Informazioni su questo Mac" mi riconosce la scheda video

-non funziona l'audio

 

Per l'audio prova a ricostruire la cache con questo da terminale :

sudo kextcache -v 1 -a i386 -a x86_64 -m /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext /System/Library/Extensions

Questo comando lo trovi in fondo alla guida

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Fabio,

I've posted in the threat above, the findings is very interesting and preventing the auto sleep.

When using the Applehda(by your method), everything works perfect exept the auto sleep, the Applehda always check for the sound assertion error - its in the console logs very often , maybe every minute or so, and preventing the system to go to auto sleep.

If You have time pls see the situation and post back.

With Voodohda the auto sleep is working perfectly(Applehda is deleted)

Thanks

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thx ermac! ;)

 

seems like trusting in your skills paid off another time!

the only problem i was facing was the audio.

i simply placed the VoodooHDA.kext into the extensions folder and everything worked fine! sleep works as well!

 

but after a while iam facing another problem. my system was stable using THIS 123boot guide for snow leopard, but using the lion guide iam experiencing some network problems, without changing anything in the BIOS:

 

1. AirDrop isnt available in Finder and there is no option for activating it.

2. Sharing my files via ethernet doesnt work at all both ways.

 

do you have any idea how to get that to work? you will find details of my system in the signature!

hope this report will help you to kill the flaws within your guide! thx in advance!

 

cheerz from germany

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thx ermac! ;)

 

seems like trusting in your skills paid off another time!

the only problem i was facing was the audio.

i simply placed the VoodooHDA.kext into the extensions folder and everything worked fine! sleep works as well!

 

but after a while iam facing another problem. my system was stable using THIS 123boot guide for snow leopard, but using the lion guide iam experiencing some network problems, without changing anything in the BIOS:

 

1. AirDrop isnt available in Finder and there is no option for activating it.

2. Sharing my files via ethernet doesnt work at all both ways.

 

do you have any idea how to get that to work? you will find details of my system in the signature!

hope this report will help you to kill the flaws within your guide! thx in advance!

 

cheerz from germany

 

Hello you followed this guide at the bottom to Ermac added the command to rebuild the cache for some people to do a test of audio problems and let them know

I apologize for English

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Il dsdt intendo quello non modificato da Ermac ma estratto originale lo fai con DSDTE

Eccolo qua:

 

Edit: Stranamente adesso non funziona più nemmeno il precedente metodo stringa EFI + Fix Kext...;)

dsdt.zip

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Hello you followed this guide at the bottom to Ermac added the command to rebuild the cache for some people to do a test of audio problems and let them know

I apologize for English

 

hi fabio!

 

i've deleted the VodooHDA.kext, rebooted and ran the command and then rebooted again. after reboot i got no audio at all. even after putting back the VodooHDA.kext. is there any way to reverse the command? and the networking problems still remain as well.

 

greetings!

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hi fabio!

 

i've deleted the VodooHDA.kext, rebooted and ran the command and then rebooted again. after reboot i got no audio at all. even after putting back the VodooHDA.kext. is there any way to reverse the command? and the networking problems still remain as well.

 

greetings!

 

A simple question...

In the process you describe... have you do a backup of your previous AppleHDA.kext?

Because if you replace a generic (not patched) AppleHDA.kext obviously the audio can't work!

 

With the USB install process ( I suppose you do that in your working Snow Leopard partition), based on your selection (motherboard selection) the audio file (the AppleHDA.kext) will be patched&binpatched directly into the recovered (into the USB) Base System so... or you Re-copy the AppleHDA from the USB (Base System) and put it in your (Lion)

S/L/E end rebuild the cache... or you have to patch it from scratch...

 

Fabio

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A simple question...

In the process you describe... have you do a backup of your previous AppleHDA.kext?

Because if you replace a generic (not patched) AppleHDA.kext obviously the audio can't work!

 

With the USB install process ( I suppose you do that in your working Snow Leopard partition), based on your selection (motherboard selection) the audio file (the AppleHDA.kext) will be patched&binpatched directly into the recovered (into the USB) Base System so... or you Re-copy the AppleHDA from the USB (Base System) and put it in your (Lion)

S/L/E end rebuild the cache... or you have to patch it from scratch...

 

Fabio

 

unfortunately not. i searched for another audio workaround and found it HERE. just placed the vodooHDA.kext in the extra/extensions folder and i was ready to go.

sry, iam not a pro on the hackintosh thing, i just try to take small steps towards it.

 

thx for the fix, audio works fine right now! :(

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unfortunately not. i searched for another audio workaround and found it HERE. just placed the vodooHDA.kext in the extra/extensions folder and i was ready to go.

sry, iam not a pro on the hackintosh thing, i just try to take small steps towards it.

 

thx for the fix, audio works fine right now! :(

 

The solution in your linked post his not complete... (we talk about AppleHDA not VodooHDA just to clarify)

there is a file missed... a Info .plist

The process of binpatching is ok

the layout12.xml and Platforms.xml also ok

but is missed a file without it the mic not work!

So into the Base archive navigate into--> Base/AD2000B_LION/Info.plist the Info.plist file

need to be replaced in /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleHDAHardwareConfigDriver.kext/Contents/Info.plist

 

enjoy...

 

Fabio

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Fabio,

I've posted in the threat above, the findings is very interesting and preventing the auto sleep.

When using the Applehda(by your method), everything works perfect exept the auto sleep, the Applehda always check for the sound assertion error - its in the console logs very often , maybe every minute or so, and preventing the system to go to auto sleep.

If You have time pls see the situation and post back.

With Voodohda the auto sleep is working perfectly(Applehda is deleted)

Thanks

 

SOLVED

Just used the AppleHDA.kext from 10.6.8 and MyMacpro atosleeps now.The Files from the Base 1.3 (info, platform and layout 12) works too in AppleHDA.kext from 10.7,teh sound is there and works perfect but brokes the auto sleep function - why I dont know, maybe because the AppleHDA from 10.7 has a higher build number 2.0.11 then the one from 10.6.8 and the one from the info.plist from the Base = 2.05, maybe someting is changed.The solution for the sound from Base 1.3 for the AppleHDA 10.7, rezults in that the every minute AppleHDA sends error mesages to the system(can see the errors in the console logs every minute = soun assertetion ... ... ...) preventing the system from autosleep.

Maybe this post can be useful for users who are heavy users of the autosleep function like me.

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SOLVED

Just used the AppleHDA.kext from 10.6.8 and MyMacpro atosleeps now.The Files from the Base 1.3 (info, platform and layout 12) works too in AppleHDA.kext from 10.7,teh sound is there and works perfect but brokes the auto sleep function - why I dont know, maybe because the AppleHDA from 10.7 has a higher build number 2.0.11 then the one from 10.6.8 and the one from the info.plist from the Base = 2.05, maybe someting is changed.The solution for the sound from Base 1.3 for the AppleHDA 10.7, rezults in that the every minute AppleHDA sends error mesages to the system(can see the errors in the console logs every minute = soun assertetion ... ... ...) preventing the system from autosleep.

Maybe this post can be useful for users who are heavy users of the autosleep function like me.

 

THX fc bayern!

 

I'm sure that info help peopel with "auto sleep" problem :)

 

Fabio

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ErmaC ma se ho capito bene, adesso con questa ricostruzione della cache l'AppleHDA potrebbe funzionare anche a me? Come devo procedere per fare questa prova?

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ErmaC ma se ho capito bene, adesso con questa ricostruzione della cache l'AppleHDA potrebbe funzionare anche a me? Come devo procedere per fare questa prova?

 

Da come dici intendo che stai usando il VodooHDA e non AppleHDA la procedura è questa :

elimini il VodooHDA che trovi in S-L-E

Dentro la cartella Base V 1.3 troviamo la cartella AD2000B_LION che serve per la tua scheda

S-L-E AppleHDA e sostituiamo i 3 file plist con quelli della cartella AD2000B seguendo questo percorso :

System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/Resources/layout12.xml

System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/Resources/Platforms.xml

System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleHDAHardwareConfigDriver.kext/Contents/Info.plist

Ultima cosa da Terminale digita questo comando :

sudo kextcache -v 1 -a i386 -a x86_64 -m /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext /System/Library/Extensions

Riavvia

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