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on my normal HDD, ML DP2 requires UseKernelCache=No in order to boot else I have "still waiting for root device"
I recently cloned ML DP2 to the SSD which has Lion on it, and ML DP2 is now booting fine with UseKernelCache=Yes.

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Download the latest Kext Utility?

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Dear Kynyo, thanks for your tip but it doesn't work... I have installed vanilla DP3 on my Gigabyte H61N-USB3 with minimal kexts only in /S/L/E (like FakeSMC, IntelThermal and Realtek) using Core i3-2125 with HD 3000 and 8GB RAM, using the latest 1.9.1 Chimera, but it doesn't work. My /Extra/ has only smbios, org.chameleon and fixed DSDT. Everything needed (except IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector doesn't work) is in /S/L/E. I only boot to desktop via UseKernelCache=No... hope anyone can shed some light on this. Cheers.

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Try IOPCIFamily.kext by netkas.
Maybe that could fix the problem but it will break sleep and ps2.





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