P4P800 VM

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[edit] Motherboard Build

Build # Tested System Notes Fully working without patching
HCL 10.4.7 P4P800 VM with Intel Celeron D 325 and ATI Radeon AIW 9000 Video Card Working: USB, Video, Audio (stereo via output jack) Untested: SATA Yes, besides audio jack is not the correct one
HCL 10.4.7 P4P800 VM with Intel Pentium 4 Working: USB, Video(No CI & QE), Audio (stereo via output jack) Untested: SATA Programs need OpenGL supports would not run
HCL 10.4.8 P4P800 VM with Intel Pentium 4 2.6 Ghz Working: USB, Audio (stereo via output jack) Untested: SATA, video (using external nVidia 6200) IONetworkingFamily.kext from 10.4.3 to get Ethernet working

[edit] Motherboard Chipset and Configuration

  • Intel Pentium 4 (Northwood & Prescott) & Celeron D CPU (Socket 478)
  • Intel 865G GMCH Northbridge
  • Intel ICH5 chipset Southbridge
  • AGP 4X/8X or Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2.0
    • Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2.0: VESA 3.0 driver, no CI, no QE (no kext load, not even if editing the 830.kext)
  • Dual-Channel DDR400 (Up to 4GB)
  • Intel 10/100 Mbps LAN
  • ADI 1980 6-channel audio codec with S/PDIF out interface
    • See next section for the method to fix the sound output from line in to the line out
  • Serial ATA

[edit] Known Issues

Audio output is on mic in!

  • To fix that (to change it back to the line out) you must modify the file '/System/Library/Extensions/AppleAC97Audio.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleAC97CodecAD198x.kext/Contents/Info.plist'
    • Find the line with <string>ADS75 ADS74 ADS73 ADS72</string>
    • Change it with <string>ADS75 ADS74 ADS73 ADS72 ADS71 ADS70</string>
    • The next step is to load the AppleAC97CodecAD198x.kext

Keyboard not working if plugged on PS/2 while mouse is plugged on USB. Works fine if both on PS/2.

[edit] External Links

Offical Motherboard Product Page


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