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After reboot not see my ps2 keyboard

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About the wake problem, in fact it works but very slowly. On my ASUS P5E3 Premium I have to wait several minutes for wake to finish and then everything is fine. See https://github.com/t...intosh/issues/1

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About the wake problem, in fact it works but very slowly. On my ASUS P5E3 Premium I have to wait several minutes for wake to finish and then everything is fine. See https://github.com/t...intosh/issues/1


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Following your comment in that link,
  • Using AppleACPIPlatform.kext from Snow Leopard 10.6.8 (version 1.5) works
Inside ###multi###beast you should check AppleACPIPlatform Rollback/10.6.8 Rollback for ASUS X58 System

Sleep is back again for my 10.8.2.
Thanks!

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Has anyone tried 10.8.3 on the P5E? Tried a few times to upgrade from 10.8.2 like I normally upgrade but 10.8.3 wouldn't boot. Tried booting with -f and -x. I was going to try a fresh install and see unless someone knows of a possible solution. I forgot during which step it panics if I boot verbose but I can post the boot process once I get home.

TIA

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Has anyone tried 10.8.3 on the P5E? Tried a few times to upgrade from 10.8.2 like I normally upgrade but 10.8.3 wouldn't boot. Tried booting with -f and -x. I was going to try a fresh install and see unless someone knows of a possible solution. I forgot during which step it panics if I boot verbose but I can post the boot process once I get home.

TIA


Updated from 10.8.2 to 10.8.4.
Crashed when I booted on 10.8.4 at the first boot.

Replaced

AppleACPIPlatform.kext

with Snow Leopard 10.6.8 (version 1.5)


Deleted AppleHDA because I use VoodooHDA



These 2 steps made 10.8.4 to successfully boot.


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Going from 10.8.3 to 10.8.4 was as simple as updating and throwing my old patched AppleHDA.kext in Kext Wizard to install it. Very easy. TRIM even still works!



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Going from 10.8.3 to 10.8.4 was as simple as updating and throwing my old patched AppleHDA.kext in Kext Wizard to install it. Very easy. TRIM even still works!

Can You share working AppleHDA for 10.8.* for this motherboard? I cannot get sound (

Here are my working kexts for 10.6 and 10.7 

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Here is a working AppleHDA for P5E working in 10.8-10.9 (Thanks to vondroid). Drop it in S/L/E, repair permissions (I used Mavericks Disk Utility) and trash or rebuild you kext cache -f on boot.

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Question for you P5E owners… do I need to be using RealtekR1000SL.kext? or just LegacyAppleYukon2.kext?

 

Somewhere along the years of running my P5E hackintosh I ended up with both in my E/E folder. I don't recall where or why I got RealtekR1000SL, it's not for this motherboard is it? or dose it serve other LAN functionality? 



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do I need to be using RealtekR1000SL.kext? or just LegacyAppleYukon2.kext?

 

for Yukon Net Card you can use AppleYukon2Injector.kext or edit info.plist in AppleYukon2.kext to match device id

for Realtek I use official update for 10.7 from Realtek.com.tw


Here is a working AppleHDA for P5E working in 10.8-10.9 (Thanks to vondroid). Drop it in S/L/E, repair permissions (I used Mavericks Disk Utility) and trash or rebuild you kext cache -f on boot.

 

My version is here. It works OK in 10.9, Attention: LayOut is 1 not 12

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@Rodion2010, thanks will give them a try.

 

I guess my question was… what is the Realtek kext for if this MB uses Marvel Yukon?



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@Rodion2010, thanks will give them a try.

 

I guess my question was… what is the Realtek kext for if this MB uses Marvel Yukon?

Sorry, My version of MB is P5E3 Premium. It has TWO network cards. so I upload both kexts I used. If You have another revision of MB - use one of them



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Sorry, My version of MB is P5E3 Premium. It has TWO network cards. so I upload both kexts I used. If You have another revision of MB - use one of them

Thanks,

 

I see, that actually helps as your MB dose use Realtek (I looked them up on asus site)… I have the P5E Deluxe which uses only Marvel Yukon, so no need for me to have been using the Realtek kext. I think I got that from a tutorial here a long time ago for a similar board but never bothered to check it out. I've since removed it and no issues.



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for advanced users - you can modify firmware Marvell Yukon Gigabit Adapter 88E8056  to  88E8053 

burn Win98SE_bootdisk.iso to CDRW

boot to MS DOS

yukonvpd.exe -R original.raw

boot to Mac

in HEX editor find 6443 change to 6243

save as patch.raw

reboot to DOS and yukonvpd.exe -P patch.raw

 



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Ok, first I must apoligize if I missed anything in posts prior. I did try reading through all of them, but there are 15 friggin pages of them. Also, for my unfamiliarity with the processes involved, like I have no clue what to be changing and where from the text boxes in the beginning of each thread, but more on that later. LoL

 

I, like I see many others, am having a problem getting my Asus p5e to run Snow Leopard. (I know there is newer out there but this seemed to be the most well documented.) I ahve a problem getting into OS-x booting off the hard drive bootloader. Initially it's panic at voodoohda, which I disabled by moving the file and clearing the cache. It now boots all the way to a blank grey screen. If I run verbose mode, runs through all of the scroll, then hits a black screen and halts there. I am using the kests and the 4gb dsdt from the beginning of the thread, plus one for my video card. Let me add, if I boot off the CD, it boots fine. Don't even need to safe mode it.

 

Info:

Board- Asus P5E

BIOS- ver.1201

Memory- 4GB (4x1GB sticks)

Video- ATI Sapphire HD3850 PCI-E (There is an AGP version too I think, which is why I specified here. Mine's PCI-E)

HDD-WD Green Label 500GB SATA

Optical- Sony DRU-(i forget the model no) DVD-RW drive, on master on my J-micron controller

Optical2- Creative 48Xmx CD-Rom drive, on slave onthe J-micron (I seems to be non functional in OS-X, Removing it doesn't change anything)

Note, my keyboard is a PS/2 keyboard, works fine

 

Someone mentioned the J-micron being a possible issue, I've tried disabling it altogether, no apparent change. Need it to boot from boot disc though.

 

I'm sure there's some detail I missed. Feel free to ask for any detail you think would be helpful. But this is what I'm getting.







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