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    Intel HD3000

    Quick question, guys. Possibly building a mackintosh for my stepfather. Built my own last summer. Going to make a small (mATX), cheap (i3), quiet (Fractal Designs case) hack for him. Am I correct in thinking that I can just use the onboard video (P8H61-M LE) so long as I use the latest Chimera...
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    Finally updated to 10.7.2, Kernel Panic on VNC

    Hi folks. I've been running 10.7.0 on my Hackintosh (Core i5, 2500K, 16GB RAM, Radeon 6850, etc.) flawlessly for months. Just yesterday I finally updated to 10.7.2 (to get iCloud working with a new iPad 2). Seemed fine. However I've just now discovered that if I attempt to VNC into the...
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    Curious: Switching to IDE mode after AHCI setup

    Hi everyone, Sorry if this is kind of off-topic, but I know I'll get an intelligent response here. My system is P8P67. I've got hard drives on all the internal SATA ports (Intel ICH6 and Marvell 1923), all running in AHCI mode, formatted and operating nicely, both in Windows 7 and Lion. Now...
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    10.6.7, Radeon 6850, Dual Displays

    My SandyBridge ASUS P8P67 build was running 10.6.7 brilliantly, until I recently added a new LCD to my set up. Trying to run dual heads now (both DVI, hooked up to two DVI ports on the 6850), and both displays come on mirrored during boot, through the Apple boot screen, but when the Finder comes...
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    Wake-on-LAN with Asus P8P67 Pro?

    Anyone have WOL successfully working on an Asus P8P67 Pro? The Pro version of the board uses the Intel NIC, and for the life of me I can't seem to get wake-on-LAN working. In the BIOS, I've got it allowing PCI to wake from sleep, but in System Preferences/Energy Saver panel, there is no "Wake...
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    [SOLVED AGAIN] Fine Tuning SATA/eSATA on Asus P8P67 Pro

    [SOLVED: see bottom of page 15 for final DSDT solution, including successful port re-initialization following wake from sleep] Hi all, I just completed my first ever machine build. • Asus P8P67 Pro • Seasonic 620W Modular PSU • 3.3GHz Intel Core i5 2500k • 2 x 4GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600...
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