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10.6.3: rete cade, audio non funziona, kernel panic

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Ciao a tutti, sono nuovo icon_e_smile.gif

Dopo qualche tentativo di installazione sono riuscito a far partire snow leopard (ogni volta qualcosa non andava alla fine dell' installazione...)

Purtroppo ho qualche problema:

1) l' audio non funziona. la scheda è una creative x-fi xtreme audio PCI. l' impianto è un logitech 5.1 collegato con i cavi da 3.5mm verde, arancione e nero.

2) se cambio risoluzione, lo schermo diventa blu e devo riavviare dal pulsante "reset"... inoltre non va oltre 1440x900, sebbene il monitor sia fullhd e la scheda video supporti la risoluzione.

se può essere utile, per la scheda video durante l' installazione ho messo solo il graphics enabler (bootloader: il chameleon più recente disponibile nel dvd, mi sembra rc5)

3) la rete spesso cade e per farla ripartire devo riavviare il pc. questo non succede su windows 7. ho installato il kext per l' ethernet nforce, in quanto la scheda madre è quella scritta sotto ed è sli-ready. forse devo installare qualche altro kext?

4) ho provato time machine e mi ha dato kernel panic.

ho provato ad aggiornare a 10.6.8 e mi ha dato kernel panic.

cosa può essere? vi avviso che monto 4gb di ram, ma siccome durante l' installazione avevo dei problemi ho dovuto dare maxmem=2048

 

 

scheda madre: msi p7n diamond

CPU: intel core2quad q8400

Graphics: gainward gt210

Other Components: creative x-fi xtreme audio+logitech 5.1

hard disk: 320gb western digital

keyboard: logitech g11

monitor: hannsg 23.6" fullhd

 

Grazie a tutti icon_e_biggrin.gif

 

 

EDIT: per regolamento posso postare questa domanda pure nella sezione inglese? magari qualche anglofono saprebbe aiutarmi...

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Ciao,

 

1) Hai verificato se in Preferenze di sistema>audio c'è la tua scheda audio e se è possibile abbassare e alzare il volume?

 

2)Probabilmente la scheda video non è compatibile e a quanto ho visto non esistono kext per quest'ultima, quindi direi che 1440x90 è una buonissima risoluzione contando questo.

 

3)Vedi se riesci a trovare il kext del tuo chipset (LGA775) in giro e installali

 

4)Installando i kext del chipset dovrebbe risolvere. Che versione di Snow Leopard hai installato Hazard? Hai eliminato oppure aggiornato SleepEnabler.kext in /System/Library/Extensions? Bisogna comunque aggiornare scaricando manualmente l'aggiornamento combo 10.6.8 dal sito della Apple.

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Intanto grazie per la risposta, in questi giorni quando trovo un' oretta libera ti dico tutto :) nel frattempo:

1) c' è una scheda ma mi mette varie "digital out" e una "spdif" (o simile), solo che nessuna funziona. sì, posso alzare/abbassare il volume

2) grazie, in fondo questo era giusto per cercare la perfezione, a 1440x900 si vede benone

3) leggi sotto

4) iatkos s3 v2, l' aggiornamento era quello scaricato manualmente e, avviando con maxmem=2048, si è installato, solo che ora all' avvio dà kernel panic, quindi quando ho tempo reinstallo e faccio ciò che mi hai detto tu :D

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Ciao,

 

1) Quando vai ad audio clicca sulla scheda sopra "Uscita" li vedi se c'è la tua scheda audio, se c'è e puoi abbassare e alzare il volume di uscita allora prova a spostare il bilanciamento o tutto a destra o tutto a sinistra, mentre ascolti una canzone. ( Pensa che a me, anche se ce l'ho installato su vitualbox, si sente solo una cassa o destra o sinistra dipende dove metto il bilanciamento.)

 

3-4) Io anche ho installato la tua stessa versione e provando ad aggiornare alla 10.6.8, con tutte le precauzioni dello SleepEnabler.kext dopo l'aggiornamento al riavvio non si avviava più rimaneva sempre la schermata della mela e dopo un po' di reset si avviava ma con molta lentezza, questo perchè non sempre i componenti che sono compatibili con la 10.6.2 sono anche compatibili con la 10.6.8. Hai provato a farlo avviare con [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] dopo l'aggiornamento?

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1) niente, mi sa che mi devo rassegnare... non va né con linux né con mac, solo windows -_-

3-4) no, mi spieghi questa cosa di [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]? in ogni caso, non ho toccato lo sleep enabler...

ah, se io aggiornassi a 10.6.8 e prima di riavviare reinstallassi tutti i kext vecchi andrebbe?

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