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10.8.3 Randomly Freezes, usually after mouse click to end screen saver


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I have a gigabyte P45 UD3 P using with Win 7 and most importantly as a Hackintosh, my default boot configuration.

Originally configured system with #####, then ##### for proper lets.

All seems to work fine then Hack will freeze usually have mouse movement but no ability to select anything. Keyboard stops working as well. After a few minutes and a few attempts hitting keys or continuing to select something wit the mouse, I'll get the spinning beach all.

I have to then power down and after startup, all is fine again until the system hangs again. Really annoying and looking for suggestions as to how I identify the root cause. Others have this same board and apparently no issues like I have described.

I boot into a SATA drive where Chameleon boot loader is installed and by default, have the OSX system drive set as first boot device in bios. All of this works fine, works well on another dedicated SATA that contains 10.8.5 for testing ect. Same system hangs happen on 10.8.5 as well.

I have a Nvidia GTX 460 card. No kernel panics on boot but ever. Would the crash log be helpful in someone providing input. Really want to get this fixed.

System will not sleep and have disabled allow drives to sleep. No auto wake set.

8 Gb Kingtson RAM. I did not use a DSDT FILE , haven't found one that matches MB version, bios version, loaded Kexts were set in ##### when the boot loader was made.

Please help and advise if additional information is needed.

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can you reinstall with myhack? 

myhack.sojugarden.com/guide/

as you might see, i-Boot is not supported here...



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For a test, yes I could do that. Would I be able to get some follow on support? Crash log wouldn't help right as a hint to what may be causing this?

Thanks for really fast response!!





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