Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby MaLd0n » 17 Aug 2011, 02:22

ctuprde wrote:Will i be able to install on a SATA drive if my mobo does not have AHCI?

Yes
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby t20 » 17 Aug 2011, 19:09

Any help?
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby ctuprde » 17 Aug 2011, 20:02

i get a black screen when restart after update to 10.6.8.

updated latest fermi drivers

please help!
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby ctuprde » 17 Aug 2011, 22:34

Cant boot from disc as i get pci config error even using npci=0x2000

cant boot normally as still waiting for root device error

any way of getting back in to install nforceata kext?
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby t20 » 19 Aug 2011, 15:56

t20 wrote:
oldnapalm wrote:Most likely it's a problem with the image.

Use some app like md5summer to calculate the checksum and compare with the one (if) provided where you got the dmg.

What's the error message?


Tried it with another image, still getting the error, got half way through the installation and then get error "The Installer could not copy the necessary support files, Click Restart to restart the computer"


Still getting this problem, anyone help please?
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby oldnapalm » 19 Aug 2011, 17:10

Some have this problem on real Macs
http://blog.sensestudios.com/2009/08/sn ... oes-badly/

Did you try using other USB drive or installing to another HD?
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby t20 » 19 Aug 2011, 22:18

oldnapalm wrote:Some have this problem on real Macs
http://blog.sensestudios.com/2009/08/sn ... oes-badly/

Did you try using other USB drive or installing to another HD?


Tried with another USB drive. Don't have another HD to try it on :(
I tried with other bootloaders too, but they don't recognise the USB. Why's that?

Also could I be getting this error message because of my specs?
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby l0l0 » 21 Aug 2011, 21:11

MaLd0n wrote:
l0l0 wrote:Hi Maldon, do you think you can give me a hand with my DSDT, I tried for a while to do it myself but didn't work too well. I have already sent you the info you need of my pc using the DSDT Auto Patcher method. (mobo Asus x83v) Thanks

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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby MaLd0n » 21 Aug 2011, 21:42

l0l0 wrote:
MaLd0n wrote:
l0l0 wrote:Hi Maldon, do you think you can give me a hand with my DSDT, I tried for a while to do it myself but didn't work too well. I have already sent you the info you need of my pc using the DSDT Auto Patcher method. (mobo Asus x83v) Thanks

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Hope this is what you meant. Thanks

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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby l0l0 » 21 Aug 2011, 22:16

l0l0 wrote:
MaLd0n wrote:
l0l0 wrote:Hi Maldon, do you think you can give me a hand with my DSDT, I tried for a while to do it myself but didn't work too well. I have already sent you the info you need of my pc using the DSDT Auto Patcher method. (mobo Asus x83v) Thanks

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I have a question, should I remove AppleCPUPowerManagement.kext or any other kext? I use my laptop connected to HDMI (which works fine) but if I close the lid the computer goes to sleep and wont come back from it. Didn't used to do that before the DSDT you made for me. I guess I need something else like the SleepEnabler.kext. Sorry for been such pain but after trying to compile a DSDT on my own for a long time I finally came across you that is willing to help. Thanks
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