Ok I will, and also will write down step by step how i make that Uni beast installation pendrive with 10.7.4
I think its safe to say that 10.7.3 kexts works for me (never had to roll back to Snow Leopard ones before)
i will post all the info HUSABER asked me to post
Of course 10.7.3 kexts worked for you, you were running 10.7.3. The issue I described is new to 10.7.4 and did not occur in any other Lion release and as to why it requires a roll back to SL version of kext and will not work with rollback to 10.7.3 version I do not know. This is confirmed known issue for all ASUS x58 models and because of this, the newest version of that uni-bust software your using that came out a couple days ago includes a patched version of AppleACPIPlatform.kext. I don't think this has been an issue for other dual core users and seems mostly limited to i7, but thought it was worth mentioning, just as 10.7.4 broke speedstep on sandy bridge CPUs and edited ssdt tables are now needed to restore that functionality
Post your bootplist,and version Chameleon
no way to get KP if everything is OK
Oh how I wish that was all that was ever needed, but then instead of these forums with thousands of threads, a simple 1 page "how to" would be the extent of this entire site.
1-Version Chameleon RC5rev900 and later work only with Lizzard for create bootplist and smbios
2-Version Chameleon RC5rev1000 and greater work only with Champlist and ChameleonWizard
maybe here is your error to create good info for Chameleon
The tool he is using to create the USB includes a much newer version of Chameleon than that, it installs MacMan's "Chimera" Chameleon branch which is currently v1.10.0 and is based on Chameleon's trunk version 1999. You can view all branches of chameleon as well as the trunk here http://forge.voodoop...tree/HEAD/trunk
and compile the latest version from source if preferred. Since the installer app being used also installs an extra folder with org.Chameleon.Boot.plist, smbios as well as an assortment of extension, all one must do is extract them with Pacafist to see exactly what the OP's will look like unless he then edits them manually. here is the smbios, boot plist and kexts that are being installed to your USB if you want to look at them, for laptop installs it will also include AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext and ApplePS2Controller.kext. I would not recommend use of that particular installer utility and recommend making your own from scratch, but if you must use a utility to do this, at least use MyHack or ModUSB instead.