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hello LeMaurien!thank you very much for your work and great tutorial. i am trying to install on a hp mini 110 1030. i picked up a refurb dell 10v the other day and had very little trouble getting that machine all set up and running, but this hp is giving me nightmares. i followed your guide twice, but i keep getting kernel panics on boot. i can boot with the hard drive bootloader, but not with a dedicated 2gb usb key. have you had any luck with the 110/1030? it's been hard cobbling the online resources for this one, any additional help would be appreciated. great work again, thank you.-m
It might be because the kexts are not compatible with the 110. I've a Mini 1000.Boot up in verbose mode and check where you're having kernel panics. What does the line say?
I have 10.6 EFI on my 1000, but when i go to shut down, the screen goes off but the lights stay on and the fan keeps running. I hold the power switch and it completely shutdown. Reboot works fine.
^Blank screen? But you still have keyboard and touchpad functioning?Sounds like a dsdt related issue. Did you try patching your own DSDT? You can try this.
yes i get a black screen. I dont know if i still have keyboard and touchpad, because i cant see the screen. lol but i will do the thing you suggest. i will let you know.
now im confused. I went to comment out the two strings it asked me to comment out [device (ESUB)], but neither are even present. is that normal, nad do i just proceed with the patch?
^give it a shot.
i have no idea what i have done... modding my DSDT didnt work either
try removing AppleHDA.kext from system, worked for me on 10.5.6 ipc Greetz. F
So I just found about this last weekend. I've a fully functional (except the mic - that's the closest thing we've got to fully functional on the HP Mini 1000) MacBook Mini on 10.6.2 Snow Leopard and then just for fun, I swapped back the 1 GB ram and then closed the lid. Broken sleep. Blank screen, red trackpad light - and it won't wake up. Hibernatemode was set to 0 as I did this experiment and so the sleepimage/ram size argument, didn't count, I believe. So that said, I can say that sleep works best with 2 GB's ram + appropriate DSDT mod and SleepEnabler.kext.
Will this work the same way with a HP mini 210? That's the one I have and I could really help me if you could clarify that to me to make sure I won't kill my computer.
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