I've been trying to eliminate the need for NullCPUPowerManagement.kext because I didn't need it with Snow Leopard but when I remove it, the computer freezes about 30 seconds after reaching the desktop.
I read that it required AppleLPC.kext in order to work, so I followed some instructions to patch it for my system, but even with AppleLPC, the results are the same. The only difference that I've noticed is sometimes I get a kernel panic instead of a freeze with the message 'CPU 1 Has no HPET assigned to it' (???). I've also tried 'Enable P-States' and 'Enable C-States' in chameleon, but whatever I do, it's either a kernel panic or a freeze. I don't understand why it's so opposed to working when it was fine in Snow Leopard...
I've read about patching the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement extension as a solution but can't find any instructions on how to do it. Am I losing some kind of performance by not having CPUPowerManagement working? Please help.
The CPU is a 2.33 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xenon and the motherboard was made by Gigabyte.
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04 Dec 2010 - 04:53