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Need help! - How get fully working AMD on Snow Leopard

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Hi all,


First I want to thank you for this fantastic forum is incredible.


Moving on, I have a team for some time, before of course you want me immersed in the world of hackintosh, which I could install Snow Leopard fully updated and without serious problems.


My PC is:


AMD Phenom II 925 4-core

Mobo: Gigabyte GA-MA69VM-S2 (F11 BIOS).

2GB DDR2 Kingston Hyper-X 1066.

Graphics: Sapphire Radeon HD 6450 512 DDR3.

Disks: 1 TB Caviar Green wdigital.

60GB OCZ Agility 3 SSD.


My installation and distro:


Snow Leopard (iatkos s3 v2) flly updated 10.6.8 and running in 64 bits.

Bootloader: 6.10 PC_EFI


My boot options:



<key>Boot Graphics</key>








<key>Kernel Flags</key>

<string>-force64 arch=i386</string>

<key>Quiet Boot</key>





What I want is to fix some things that do not work and I have not managed to solve.


1 HDMI audio through my Radeon HD. No how.

2 When restarting the computer, the screen goes black and does nothing. I have to reset it.

3 The Sleep mode does not work, when I click on sleep, the computer turns off and when I turn it on the screen goes black.


I've been reading a lot, and I think my option is to create a custom DSDT for my motherboard, but I'm totally lost on this issue.


So I need your help, to help me create a DSDT to fix these things.


With DSDTSE I extracted my DSDT, but now I'm not using any dsdt. I installed everything using kexts.


This link is my extracted dsdt:





Some screenshots of my pc:















Thank you all in advance. I hope your answers carefully :)

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Hi fantomas1,



I've tried these kexts without results (EvoReboot and Sleepenabler). I'll have a look at patching connectors.


Anyway, I just realized that when I compile my dsdt with DSDTSE jumps me a "Warning 1081 - Reserved method must return a value ^ (_WAK)".


Can anyone help me fix this error?


Thanks in advance. Greetings ;)

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Hi, did you manage to get audio working over HDMI? I have a very similar setup and I'm unable to get audio over HDMI.

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