Cool, what kext you using (desktop)? Here is some things you can try for sleep. If your using the build of Chameleon on the first page of this thread update it with v2 RC5 pre 8 here. This version contains a modded fdisk which doesn't break the mbr of Windows and will be standard in the next Chameleon, also probably a few bug fixes. Then if you haven't already try setting
see if it works. If not try
and if that don't work:P. Then send me a copy of what you got in DSDT and a output from lspci (lspci stores the output text in root). You can get the latest version of lspci here.
Installed Chameleon, tried your suggestions and still no sleep.
I recently updated to 10.6.3 and have no issues other than sleep. I have the latest kext for SleepEnabler and fakesmc installed, along with VoodooHDA for audio and VoodooPS2Controller for my keyboard, along with AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext. Also installed is a newer version of NullCPUPowerManagement. PlatformUUID.kext is also installed (but never edited). I also have LegacyAppleAHCIPort.kext, LegacyAppleIntelPIIATA.kext, LegacyIOAHCIBlockStorage.kext installed.
I had to remove the AppleHPET.kext in order to have my firewire work correctly. I do use a device string in the Boot.plist file, and noticed that I also have SMBiosResolver.kext installed in S/L/E and a smbios.plist file in /Extra.
Other than this, the system is otherwise factory. I do have the 32bit flag enabled in my Boot.plist as well, in order to have my wireless work properly. Haven't really tried to get 64bit working since first installing Snow Leo onto this machine.
Here a copy of the lspci output: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XXWQY035
Get a copy of my dsdt.dsl file here: MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service
Any help is appreciated. :)
I have looked all over the net for a how to try to get OSX86/tosh
on my my PC but cannot find one here is the spec:
Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E6750
# 2.66GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 4MB Cache
# Genuine Windows Vista(TM) Home Premium
# 2048MB RAM Memory
# 500GB Hard Drive
# Dual Layer DVD ReWriter Drive
# 256MB ATI Radeon X1650 Graphics
# Built-in TV Tuner + Remote Control
# 802.11g Wireless Network Ready
if some kind soul could give me a lead I would be vey pleased
UPDATE TO THE SL HP PAVILION ELITE INSTALLATION GUIDE:
Its been awhile since I first posted the guide, and I have since updated my system to 10.6.3. And this is now my second time typing this, as I tried to amended this portion to the original tutorial but was told it was too many characters and ended up pressing cancel accidentally, so now I am going to make this even less detailed :(
Basically, a few things I would mention is that I am now using a newer version of Chameleon, which eliminates the need for the PlatformUUID.kext under the S/L/E. In fact, you don't even need it for the original instructions either [otherwise, you would have needed to add your mac os snow leopard drive's UUID to the kext by editing the info.plist file in the /Contents directory]
So feel free to remove this file from the /S/L/E folder (or /E/E if it resides there instead). You too can update your system to the latest version of Chameleon (RC4 as of this edit) here: Chameleon: Chameleon 2.0-RC4 is out! - simply download the archive, extract the files and copy the "boot" file under the i386 folder to your SL installation partition (use terminal to keep it hidden); If that's too difficult, you can also use a pre-release installer of RC5 here: Chameleon RC4 is out! - InsanelyMac Forum
Advantages to the new bootloader are as follows:
RC4 and greater can now hide partitions, by adding the following commands to your com.apple.Boot.plist file in the /Extra folder:
RC5 has a preference panel included with it for easy graphical viewing and editing of the com.apple.Boot.plist file, and can also rename partitions by adding the following to the com.apple.Boot.plist file under the /Extra folder:Quote:
UPDATE TO 10.6.3:Quote:
<string>hd(2,1) Windows 7; hd(1,1) Mac OSX</string>
Also, If you wish to update your SL installation to 10.6.3 on your HP Pavilion Elite, you can do so by simply using the software updater *if* you meet the following requirements:
Then, if all these files are in place (and if you needed to add/change/delete them, remember to repair permissions and rebuild your kextcaches using diskutility and/or kext utility and reboot before update), run the update and restart.Quote:
-Ensure a functioning power management kext is installed under the /E/S/L or /Extra folder, such as NullCPUPowerManagement.kext [newest version here: http://files.netkas.org/10.6.2/NullC...ment.kext.zip]
-DELETE the SleepEnabler.kext if it exists under the /S/L/E or /Extra folder as it will cause kernel panic after update
-REPLACE AND REMOVE the dsmos.kex with that latest version of fakesmc.kext, found at: netkas.org FakeSMC 2.5 otherwise kernel will panic after update.
-BACKUP YOUR ENTIRE /S/L/E and /E/E folders prior to update in case anything breaks! Also, you can choose to backup the kernel file if you are super concerned like myself when applying system updates :)
You can add a newer version of SleepEnabler.kext for 10.6.3, found here: MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service
I always do a "-f" command at least once at the Chameleon prompt after a system update to force loading of all the kexts, and repair the disk permissions as well using disk utility after it loads up. (and hopefully it will for you too!)
Another change I have made to my system since this guide was original posted is that I've removed the smbios.plist file from my /Extra folder and opted for using a SMBIOSResolver.kext instead; This was mainly because I had issues using Teamviewer with my Hackintosh and having it connect with their servers because of a bad serial number associated with my machine; You can choose to either leave a smbios.file under your /Extra folder or remove it and use the SMBIOSResolver.kext instead, just ensure that it best represents the PC you are using. The smbios basically holds the Apple Computer model information, such as the model number, type, serial, memory type, etc. You can find lots of them on the net, or use whatever one works best. Here is a copy of the SMBIOSResolver.kext that I am currently using (note that you should edit the info.plist file under the /Contents directory and add your SL installation partition's UUID to it instead of mine - although this too shouldn't matter because of the newer versions of Chameleon): SMBIOSResolver.kext.zip
Hope this works for you! Again, I take no responsibility if anything breaks :)'
A folder list of the files I have mentioned in this update can be found here: Free File Hosting Made Simple - MediaFire
MIRROR: MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service
Note: After updating to 10.6.3, I've found that the Kext Utility program for SL no longer works properly at rebuilding the kext caches, so I've now opted to use the pFix script by myhack, which can be found here: http://osx86.sojugarden.com/downloads/#pfix
Thank you for the information.
Thanks for sharing.
HP Elite I7 with standard realtek sound card
I tried several sound kexts and commonly had kernal panics on restart. The only one that worked for me was the 64 bit version of voodoo. The line out worked initially bit not the digital out. I fixed the digital by going to the midi utility in utilities and changing the digital out settings to 16bit 96k. It loads amazingly fast and is now solid and works perfect.
Heres the one I used. Just make sure you remove all apple hda kexts and follow the standard voodoo instructions.
I just bought a HP Elite 120, I want to install snow leopard on it
I changed the bios setting from RAID to AHCE or something like that
but when i boot from the DVD is reboots all the time
here are my specs does anyone know if Snow Leopard supports it
Storage ControllerType 1 x Serial ATA - integrated
Graphics ControllerVideo Memory 512 MB
Graphics Processor / Vendor ATI Radeon HD 4350
Type PCI Express x16 - plug-in card
Digital Video Standard Digital Visual Interface (DVI), High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
ProcessorMax Supported Qty 1
Installed Qty 1
64-bit Computing Yes
Multi-Core Technology Quad-Core
Type Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 / 2.5 GHz
NetworkingCompliant Standards IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
Wireless LAN Supported Yes
Networking Network adapter
MainboardData Bus Speed 1333 MHz
Chipset Type Intel G43 Express
Optical StorageDisc Labeling Technology LightScribe Technology
Rewrite Speed 32x (CD) / 6x (DVD-RW) / 8x (DVD+RW) / 12x (DVD-RAM)
Write Speed 40x (CD) / 16x (DVD±R) / 8x (DVD±R DL)
Read Speed 40x (CD) / 16x (DVD)
Type DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM - Serial ATA