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hello dear forum,
I was using 10.6.2 with RC4 chameleon, which worked fine. Now, I´ve upgraded to 10.6.7 with using the chimera (via #####).
Here is the thing. I can only boot with AHCI ( Sata leads to "Still waiting for root device"). In addition, my Usb mouse and my DVD drive sometimes vanish. Moreover, he takes a long time to boot. I didn´t have these problems before.
I did not touch the system for a year, so I´m not up do date.
My question is: How can I fix these problems? I´m not using my old dsdt anymore. I generated a new dsdt via DSDT patcher ( Gigabyte EP45-UD3)t. I´m wasn´t sure anymore, what the fixes stand for (like example DTGP,HDEF and so on). Can somebody explain it or post a link where its mentioned? Additionally, I wanted to ask , what is going to happen if a fix is installed in dsdt and as a kext (like speedstep and Nullcpupowermanagement). Is is going to cause problems?
i´ve now FakeSMC, AppleACPIPS2nub. APPLePS2Controller,LegacyHDA and NullCPUPowermanagement in E/E. Are there recent methods to replace them via DSDT? So many questions...
(I apologize for my english)
Would appreciate it, if someone could help.
Greetings

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read it
http://www.insanelym...howtopic=257753

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thank you, but is there anything about S-ata fix via DSDT without kext?

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"load optmized defaults" in bios
enable AHCI and HPET 64
Use Clean Install
Try it

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thanks for your fast response,
but I don´t want to use AHCI, because it takes such a long time while booting.
With 10.6.2, AHCI was disabled and worked well.

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try a clean Instal
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dear MaLd0n
i tried it already on another hard disk. Did not work properly. It´s always: still waiting for root device ;)
I just can´t remember what i´ve changed a year ago. I think it was something in DSDT, which enabled S-ata and disabled the orange icons.

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AHCI + SATA = problem? Attached File  ninja1.gif   2.14KB   1 downloads

I have no idea

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it´s only working with AHCI enabled. strange....

He lists the devices in system profile under: Intel ICH10 AHCI

Shall I attach my DSDT, so you can have a look? Although, it´s actually just the EP45-UD3 with all fixes from Autopatcher.

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it´s only working with AHCI enabled. strange....
Shall I attach my DSDT, so you can have a look? Although, it´s actually just the EP45-UD3 with all fixes from Autopatcher.

Apple loves AHCI
use AHCI enabled
so that has to be

for PATA use kext mod(if you need)





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