June 12, 2012
It seems we finally have some options for the Asmedia drivers for Mac 10.7.x.
There is now an Asmedia USB 3.0 driver package available, which you can download from here.
I installed this package and now get kernel panics and system won’t boot. I’m going to have to do a fresh install and do more
Also, there is a Native USB 3.0 driver you can download here.
I haven’t tried this one yet, maybe when I do the fresh install I’ll try this one first.
Just want to thank John for bringing the Asmedia USB 3.0 driver pkg to our attention. He has it working on his H3.
I’ll let you know my experience with both on the Sandy Bridge system.
January 24, 2012
Here is what I’ve concluded regarding the Asmedia USB 3.0 problem.
The NEC/Rensas USB 3.0 driver that is included in MultiBeast is causing the “shutdown” problem on the SH67H3/7.
So, we still need an Asmedia USB 3.0 driver for Mac, for all to work perfectly.
Right now, here are your choices:
1) Working USB 3.0 ports, with a shutdown problem
2) Don’t install the NEC/Renasas driver, no USB 3.0 ports working, but hackintosh shuts down properly
As I’ve stated before, I have access to the source code for the Linux Asmedia USB 3.0 driver, but need someone to convert it to Mac. If anyone has the ability to do this, please let us know, so we can all experience some JOY here.
April 19, 2011
For those interested in installing Snow Leopard on the new Shuttle SH67H3, I’m posting the link for the updated iBoot, MultiBeast and BridgeHelper software to download. I know it’s a little premature for the H3 as it won’t be released until May but you can get your software and drivers ready now.
Here is a breakdown on what’s included:
iBoot – Default Universal Boot
MultiBeast ver. 3.7 – Post Installation Utility
BridgeHelper – A quick installer for the official 10.7.3 kernel that adds support for Sandy Bridge CPUs
Realtek RTL8111E Ethernet Driver:
Use this link for the Realtek RTL 81xx Ethernet driver
Realtek ALC888 Audio Driver:
Use this link for the Realtek ALC8xxHDA Audio driver
You will need to purchase a retail copy of Mac OS X Snow Leopard from Apple’s website.