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thank you,ar4er
i'll try your kext

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Hey ar4er thanks very much my friend!
Your kext works fine for me
Good job mate thanks again :(

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sorry noob question

where is IOATAController.cpp file locate ?
i tried with the kext , but i got "still wait for ....."

thanks

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Thanks, ar4er.

ps: for SnowLeopard in attachment.

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Hey Guys,
yesterday I installed iPC 10.5.6. All works fine, the boot time is very fast. But i have still one problem, after the boot iPC don´t show my optical drives. I installed some kext allreday like this kext in the post before. Please help me.
My PC-Componets are:
Intel Quad 9300 2,5 GHZ
Intel DQ35JO
4 GB Ram
nvida 9600GT

Thanks,
Christian

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10.5.8 IOATAFamily.kext Version 2.0.1 recompiled with ar4er's fix.

http://rapidshare.co...Family.kext.zip

By the way has anyone tried different, less extreme timing so that not to cause problems with sleep?

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I'm find in IOATAFamily source timeout on 31sec

i'm done it

You are the great!Very thanks! :(

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Excuse a question from a newbe but how do I install this kext?

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Excuse a question from a newbe but how do I install this kext?

Cheers


Do not use the one I posted (its for 10.5.8), use the one from post 21 in this thread its for 10.5.6 which you have:
http://www.insanelym...p...38460&st=20

Use the same methods as I mentioned with for the Seatbelt.kext

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Cool, Thxs again

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i changed to urs but still the same boot time..

maybe i need to clean some kext...

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I'm find in IOATAFamily source timeout on 31sec

i'm done it



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Do not use the one I posted (its for 10.5.8), use the one from post 21 in this thread its for 10.5.6 which you have:
http://www.insanelym...p...38460&st=20

Use the same methods as I mentioned with for the Seatbelt.kext

Hallo, I'm trying to install 10.5.6, but all the time there's a problem with SATA controller; the system turns my HDD off while booting from install-CD, then it doesn't wake it up (I can see messages: "AppleNForceATA: warning: phy connection failed"). I'm unable to install the system.

Will that kext be useful in such case? If so - could you, please, tell me, how to install it, when all I can do is to boot a system from install-CD? Maybe there's a possibility to mount a diskette or USB-stick, to copy the kext from it (should it be copied as archive, or unpacked first)? If so - where to copy the contents then, how to make the system using it instead of some "default" driver... and so on?

Sorry for such lame questions - but although I've got several years experience using Linux - never before used OSX; and now I'm just trying to install it, just to become a little familiar with OSX. But there's still the problem, that harddisk utility can't see my HDD, just because it has been turned off by OS while booting, and cannot be awaken back!

Could you tell me, step-by-step, what to do now?

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I have iAtkos 10.5.7 and have the same error
IOKitWaitQuit....waiting to write kernel symbols...

can anyone tell me which kext fix would work for me...????
Boot time is 8 mins....

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thank you

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Sorry, just joined insanelymac.

Patched kext works fine SL 10.6.4, boot time decreases from 1:15 to 30secs.

Motherboard with MCP61 chipset Nvidia 6150SE NForce430.

Thanks indeed.

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Hi, could you help me to make this patch into the IOATAFamily 2.5.1 for Mountain Lion 10.8.2?

I have installed Xcode 4.6 and Command Line Tools 4.6 for Mountain Lion.
Downloaded the latest IOATAFamily source code project from the Apple source code site (http://opensource.ap.../mac-os-x-1082/).
Modified all the 3100 value in 100 inside

IOATAController.cpp


But Xcode give me some errors during building:


- AspenSDK.xcconfig... it may be missing (?!?)


- Lexical or Prepocessor Issue 'IOKit/IOSyncer.h' file not found. For this issue, if I select OS X 10.8 in Build Settings/Base SDK, instead of OSX 10.8.2 (Current OSX) build go ahead but whit 15 issues (semantic, Deprecations...)



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I know this is an about a year late, but I'm trying to do the same thing and got the same errors. I was able to resolve the IOSyncer.h file problem by downloading it from here https://opensource.a...OKit/IOSyncer.h then putting that header file in the project directory, and then changing everything that says to "IOSyncer.h". I still get the AspenSDK warning though along with several other warnings. I don't think the AspenSDK warning matters because the folder that XCode looks in for it is one that only Apple employees have. It builds but it doesn't boot.

Edit: I got it working, I forgot to change one of the timeouts. It's posted here http://www.insanelym...Mavericks-(10.9)-APP-STORE-DOWNLOAD-INSTALL-GUIDE-on-a-Series-6-or-7-nForce-chipset-/-Intel-CPU-MOBO#entry2044186





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