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MacFreak90

Internal Drive shown as External aswell no DVD Drive is available in Mountain Lion

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Hello InsanelyMac People!

 

I've got a problem on my new Mountain Lion Hackintosh!

I recently insalled Mountain Lion using the Kakewalk method and it worked pretty well, but the only problem i have now is that my internal HDD Drive is orange (The AHCI Block injector doesn't work)

and the bigger Problem is that my DVD Drive is not recognized at all...

In Lion I hadn't these kind of problems...

Do you have any solution for this?

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What controller you have?

 

I with my jmicron and properly kext had resolved since snow leopard.

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I tried the Jmicron Kext, then my DVD Drive showed up, but marked as "burning not supported" as well the DVD player app gives me an initialising error.

 

I have 2 Controllers the Intel 6th Series and the Jmicron GSata one but I use my intel controller.

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Same on my Mountain Lion, OK I only have the DVD Player issue.

For orange hd's I use IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext in E/E since 10.6 and it's always OK.

 

I saw a video on youtube where the guy copies some AHCI kexts from 10.7. to 10.8 to get the dvdplayer working proberly.

I tried it on my 2nd hd --) didn't work mostly because he has a Sata kext I never saw...

 

 

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solved:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=280858

 

working!

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