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  1. stradivari

    [Success] VGA port fix for Intel HD 3000

    You all have Gigabyte boards, right? Any idea what to do with, say, P8H61? I made a hack based on that board (the LE/CSM version) for my stepdad last month, and was planning on using the DVI and VGA heads (i3 2105) but of course discovered the VGA doesn't work. :-\ Since this hack seems to need...
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    Lion 10.7.2 RAID-0 with TonyMacX86 tools & Chimera

    Yes, I found that, too. Kind of a pain. I also found a way to run the benchmark app (not that I want to run it more than once... SSD degradation and all...) Just in the terminal, type sudo, and drag the executable from inside the .app package into the terminal window; run with super user...
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    Lion 10.7.2 RAID-0 with TonyMacX86 tools & Chimera

    UH OH!! Something is not right with this... can't repair permissions from Disk Utility (have to go to terminal, sudo diskutil repair permissions /), and when I try to benchmark the boot disk using Speedtools, I am told I don't have permission to write to this volume. :-\ Whuh?!
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    Lion 10.7.2 RAID-0 with TonyMacX86 tools & Chimera

    Thank you for this. I set up a 2x120GB Vertex 3 boot RAID (benched at 1GB+/sec) this afternoon. Didn't work the first time I tried, because when you copy and paste the RAID uuid, it inserts a space after AND before, which bungs things up. I deleted the space in front of the identifier, and it...
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    Beta Asus Sandy Bridge Sleep/Wake Fix

    WORKS!! On P8P67 Pro, vanilla Bios, but patched 10.7.4 AICPUPM, with DSDT edits and the SSDT in /Extra. Sleep works, and wake, too. I got REALLY excited because now "Wake for Ethernet access" becomes an option in System Preferences (Energy Saver), and never was before for my Intel LAN NIC, even...
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    Intel HD3000

    Thanks, guys.
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    Intel HD3000

    Hmm. So apparently the i3 2100 is HD 2000, and this is not natively supported, though it can be 'tricked' into partial support? :-/ Would I be better off going for an i3 2105, which has HD 3000? That would be natively supported with latest Chimera, right?
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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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    Beta Asus Sandy Bridge Sleep/Wake Fix

    Yeah, I know the Realtek solution works. Unfortunately P8P67 has Intel NIC...
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    Asus 1155 Patched BIOS Repository

    BUMP for anyone confirming if WOL works for P8P67 Pro? Thanks. :-)
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    Beta Asus Sandy Bridge Sleep/Wake Fix

    Can anyone test/confirm if wake-on-LAN works (using Intel wired NIC onboard)?
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    Asus 1155 Patched BIOS Repository

    Great to see this! Am hoping to tinker around with it in a few days. Some questions, first! I am running my own DSDT that I edited manually to get the jmicron eSATA ports working (see my thread here). Are these edits included in the DSDT (for P8P67 Pro)? Also, this will only be worthwhile for...
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    Finally updated to 10.7.2, Kernel Panic on VNC

    Okay, well that was awfully convenient. Updating to 10.7.3 which was released today solves this problem. No kernel panics using VNC any more. :-)
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    Finally updated to 10.7.2, Kernel Panic on VNC

    The kernel panic happens when attempting to screen share from MacBook Pro (legit Apple machine), which is running 10.6.4. If screen sharing from the Hackintosh (to share the MacBook's screen), it works fine, no kernel panic. But in reverse, kernel panic. I ran Airport Utility 6.0, and updated...
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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

    Just out of curiosity... (and your continued help is truly appreciated) why is regedit needed only when going back to AHCI, and not before setting to IDE?
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    Curious: Switching to IDE mode after AHCI setup

    Thanks for your patience—just to clarify... I don't need to disconnect my other Mac/Boot drives from the chipset, even if it is going to be set to IDE? i.e., I'll still be able to boot from them into Lion after setting back to AHCI, if they've been accessed via IDE through Windows 7? Or do you...
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    Curious: Switching to IDE mode after AHCI setup

    Something along these lines here?
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    Curious: Switching to IDE mode after AHCI setup

    So then, I could theoretically unplug all drives except for my Windows boot drive, set that chipset to IDE, boot up Win 7, do what I have to do, set whatever key in the registry I have to, shutdown, reconnect my drives, reboot back in AHCI, and everything should still be bootable and readable...
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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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