Drivers & Bootloaders
Kext & Enablers
select “VoodooHDA 0.2.72
If you have an ATI graphics card
Select appropriate driver
If NVIDIA, don’t select any (I used NVIDIA GeForce graphics card)
select IOUSBFamily Rollback
select LNX2Mac’s Realtek RTL81xx
You can also download and install the “SleepEnabler kext”
Problems I’m still having:
USB 3.0 (don’t work)
Sleep and Shut down (even with the SleepEnabler kext installed)
Occasional KP on boot up (just restart and it boots)
My sound works well with the VoodooHDA 0.2.72 driver.
My installed components:
Intel Core i3-2100 1155
Crucial M4 SSD (Win 7 Pro)
Western Digital HDD (Mac)
CD/DVD RW drive
NVIDIA GeForce GT240 graphics card
Sleep is now working, still have a problem with the shut down, it restarts.
Will continue to try and resolve this problem.
Got it to dual boot with Mac and Windows 7 on separate drives. This is a very nice option, don’t have to change drives in the BIOS to boot between the two OSs.
Still no USB 3.0, but can use the USB 2.0 ports at least. Guess we’ll have to wait for an Asmedia driver for the USB 3.0.
Haven’t had a KP on boot up for a while either, maybe that is fixed also.
I did a reinstall on the above mentioned H3 using the newest MultiBeast version 3.9.1.
This fixed the “shut down” problem, it actually shuts down now.
The sound still works with the VoodooHDA 0.2.72 driver.
I installed the sleepenabler kext, but will not sleep.
The new MultiBeast has a new look when selecting the Mac drive to boot. It has a drop down menu with different boot options, memory and video info.
I am getting an error that it found an “unidentifiable chip” in the
log files. It’s probably the USB 3.0, which we still have no driver for. It doesn’t seem to affect the operation.
Regarding the Asmedia USB 3.0 driver, if anyone knows how to make a Linux driver work in Mac, let me know.
I can send the information for the Asmedia Linux driver that I received from Asmedia and Shuttle.