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Ok, I have an Intel Core I5.
I can' boot without cpus=1, so when i go to activity monitor it shows only one cpu working.
I have already tried with VoodooTSCSync.kext but with no luck, in fact when it boots I get kernel panic.
How can I solve this?
Thanks :)

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Boot with -x cpus=1, remove voodooTSCSync then open ocbp and add this string

<key>Kernel Flags</key>

<string>CPUS=1</string>


Reboot



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Thanks for answering, but I know how to boot with cpus=1, I want to do it using more than 1 cpu :)

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VoodooTSCSync is installed in /E/E or S/L/E?
Post a pic of panic

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In S/L/E :)

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Try this, Lion version

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That's the same I was using before :D

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Try this, modified for core i5

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No luck anyway...
Other ways to fix this? :wink2:

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...This... if not working I don't know what to do

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Neither the last one is working... :wallbash:
Any idea??

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Try version for ML, i have no ideas...
The rest of Hardware?
Good Luck

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Attached File  tscsync.pkg.zip   22.13KB   25 downloads ML

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hello

u have a hp machine ?

if so must use lapic_kernel or

the /module/kernelpatcher.lyb in chameleon

/Extra/module/kernelpatcher.lyb

good hack

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Both kernel patcher and tscsync.pkg didnt work...
What shell I do now?? :wallbash:

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hello

strange issue yours...

update u signature in profile, something like i have in the final my answer (hardware)

u have a proper dsdt ? i mean patched ...

what i5 u have , are several i5, 1ª 2ª 3ª generation...

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Thanks for answering :)
Mine is a secon generation i5, anyway im not using any DSDT.
Nothing tried until now is working, then I can't use both my cpus. :wallbash:

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hello

have u try to use lapic_kernel ?

http://www.osx86.net...do=file&id=3798

give it a try

good hack

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Thank you so so so much :)))))
I tried to do that before but made a mistake....
Now I can boot with both the cpus
Thank youuu ::))))

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hello

nice to hear..

anyway u note to work properly with native powermanagement must use dsdt + ssdt

give a read

http://olarila.com/f...php?f=28&t=1703

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