Updating kalyway 10 5 5
Tested & Working: Sound Speakers and headphone (mic not tested) USB - See note Video - Full resolution Core Image & Quartz Extreme supported DVD burner Network (wired) Not tested HDMI VGA Modem e SATA SD Reader Express Slot Microphone Known Non-Functional (no driver) Intel 5100 AGN Wifi Install options used (Working from memory here) Default options plus - USB, Natit Enabler, PS2 with Trackpad plugin, Battery, Speedstep This also works with the HP Pavilion dv7-1183cl computer.If upgrading from 10.5.6 like me, backup extensions and URLmount folder from /System/Library/Filesystems i Deneb 10.5.6 installation with 10.5.6 from software update wireless card was an Intel 3945abg which is unsupported as of now I started install with default and video and ps/2 then slowly added drivers after each restart to make sure they worked. Manufacturer : HP Model : Pavilion dv6000 (dv6669et) i Atkos v7 Vga *NVEnabler (Nvidia 8400M GS) works well Install Type: i Atkos v7 (10.5.7) Boot: -v Options selected: Standard Install Chameleon v2 Vanilla Kernel Intel SATA/IDE USB Voodoo PS2 Laptop Battery Intel Speedstep Post Install After reboot: install Intel 950GMA laptop VGA drivers Model: HP Compaq NX6110 dont use this at all the person who posted didnt test it and it don't work ive tried OS: i ATKOS_v7 (Leopard 10.5.7) KERNEL: No one selected (Vanilla Default) CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo T5550 RAM: 4Gb Kingston DDR2 667 VGA: Nvidia 8800M GS 256 MB Dedicated Wireless: Intel 4965 AGN Wired Network Realtek RTL8101 South Bridge: Intel ICH8 North Bridge: Intel PM965 Anything else on the laptop was changed Selected items: -i ATKOS v7 Main System -Chameleon v1 (i choose this one because the ugly chameleon in the v2) -DSDT x86 patch -Apple Decrypt -SMBIOS-EFI Air -ACPI Disabler -NVEnabler (Vga) -Intel SATA/IDE -Intel Speed Step Driver n Throttling Control -Card Bus Driver -Voodoo HDA Driver (Sound) -Voodoo PS/2 Driver -Laptop Batery -Realtek R1000 (Wired Network) -Post-Install Actions The instalation was easy, just the Card Reader And the Wireless Card didn't work, i was thinking about to buy a new Wireless Card... at last one OS that don't bored me XD Oh, and the Wired Network, you need to plug in the cable before you turn it on, i don't know why...Specs: What doesn't work: Wi Fi (You most likely have a PRO/Wireless 3945 ABC card in this laptop and a fix for it has still not been developed). You will absolutely need Chun-Nan's Cardbus extension available from iatkos install options.You will have to find a different card that is supported for the time being. Toughest part is getting the "goddamn" Broadcom BCM4311 Wi Fi to work. Things still didn't work for me until I did the OSXTools install & hardware probe as noted above.(trust me) do not push the wifi button or will have to install windows and restart it.
Once you get a prompt come back, type the following: touch /var/db/. Download NVidia drivers with Macbook pro check removed and extract the PKGs from the mpkg. (Although there is a guide on insanley mac that may work.) Broadcom apparantly does.
I just wrote things down on a sheet of paper as I went, I didn't exactly write down what section of the options they belong to 970 Kernel ACPI Driver (DO NOT use x86 ACPI driver or Wi Fi will NOT work, it will be detected but will not cut on) EFI String GMA 950 For Laptop USB Cardbus (USB and Card Bus MUST be selected or Broadcom card will NOT be detected at all plus USB will not work) Voodoo HDA Apple PS/2 Intel Pro V Broadcom Wireless QE/CI works, wifi will work, built in keyboard and mouse will work, mirror will act weird so don't even try to add a second monitor (still looking for a fix for this) But everything works out of the box You can also do the standard OSX update to 10.5.8.
Once the computer reboots, boot from the iatkos installation, uncheck the main system option in customize and reinstall the options above to have a working installation that is on 10.5.8.
showtopic=203728 After the 10.5.7 update, the battery seems to have better charge time (approx 4-5 hours).
Strangely, the little blue LED indicating wireless operation no longer illuminates even though the wireless does in fact work fine.