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==Lenovo==
 
==Lenovo==
 
=== Ideapad Y550P ===
 
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* Retail Snow Leopard DVD 10.6, updated to 10.6.8 with combo update
 
* Multibeast 3.1.1, EasyBeast installation using Chimera bootloader v1.4.1 r877
 
* Install bootup and first bootup require safe-mode "PCIRootUID=1 -x"
 
* To enable usb ports after install boot with "PCIRootUID=1"
 
* After combo update to 10.6.8 run multibeast with easybeast and both voodoo PS/2 options selected. If you skip this, you won't have a working keyboard or mouse after you reboot. External USB keyboard & mouse work.
 
 
* CPU: i7-820QM @ 1.73Ghz - 3.06Ghz, 4GB RAM
 
*'''Graphics:''' NVIDIA GeForce GT 240M with 1GB DDR3 Dedicated VRAM Yes Out of Box
 
*'''Audio:''' Yes (VoodooHDA.kext)
 
*'''Wifi:''' No (replaced with Atheros AR5B93)
 
*'''USB:''' Yes
 
*'''Ethernet:'''  Yes (BCM57780Ethernet.kext)
 
*'''Trackpad:''' Synaptics Touchpad Yes (Voodoo PS/2 Touchpad) (no multitouch)
 
*'''Sleep:''' No
 
*'''Webcam:''' Worked Yes Out of Box.
 
*'''Battery monitoring:''' No
 
  
 
=== S12-2959 ION (Nvidia) ===
 
=== S12-2959 ION (Nvidia) ===

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