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  1. Nope, touch isn't helping either. I'll live with it, the ML code isn't final yet so there isn't much point getting to involved I guess. Thanks for your help.
  2. OK, I installed 1.3.5. Tried deleting the caches manually and rebuilding via kextwizard but it failed to generate caches. Tried manually building cache using: sudo kextcache -update-volume / kxld[com.apple.driver.AppleACPIEC]: The following symbols are unresolved for this kext: kxld[com.apple.driver.AppleACPIEC]: _AcpiHwRead kxld[com.apple.driver.AppleACPIEC]: _AcpiHwWrite Link failed (error code 5). Prelink failed for com.apple.driver.AppleACPIEC; aborting prelink. Failed to generate prelinked kernel. Child process /usr/sbin/kextcache[376] exited with status 71. Error 107 rebuilding /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/kernelcache. Can you run that command successfully? If I put back the original ML DP3 kext the cache builds fine, but I get the 75 boot delay. This is by no means a show stopped, just a bit annoying have to either wait for the delay or have no kernel cache.
  3. I've just noticed that this kext prevents the kernel cache from building successfully. Can anyone outline how I might debug this problem?
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    10.8 dp3 released update

    Worked great for me, just installed and rebooted on my MyH*ck3 install. Haven't tried this on my other ML install as yet.
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    [Guide] Getting XFX HD6850 connectors to work

    Thank you, this worked great for my Sapphire 6850 using two DVI screens under Mountain Lion DP3 with the software update "OS X 10.8 (12A193i)"
  6. Thanks very much, replacing AppleACPIPlatform.kext did indeed solve the boot delay issues, boot time is around 10 seconds now :-) I tried v1.4 initially (from my working Lion 10.7.3 install) but still experienced the boot delay, I then tried v1.3.6 and all was well.
  7. I have ML DP3 running nicely on my Asus Rampage Gene II but I'm experiencing a long delay during boot. Here's a the part of the log that shows the delay: IOAPIC: Version 0x20 Vectors 64:87 IOAPIC: Version 0x20 Vectors 88:111 <- sit's here for 75 seconds then continues ACPI: System State [s0 S3 S4 S5] (S3) The system then continues to boot and so far as I can tell everything is working fine including sleep, network, and audio (with DSDT and kext for audio). I was looking for advice as to how I might debug the cause of the delay, anyone? A few details: System specs in my footer. The install method doesn't seem to be a factor, I've tried 3 different methods to install and they all succeeded (but with the above delay). Everything boots without any additional kexts other than FakeSMC (Lacks audio, network, sleep and the disk icons are orange). I have nothing enabled in my org.chameleon.Boot.plist I created my own DSDT (from Linux) and patched it to enable audio (with kext), sleep and to fix the orange icons (it didn't effect the boot delay) The delay is not present in my Lion 10.7.3 install.
  8. Off topic, but has anyone got their ASUS board to work in Mountain Lion using this procedure? I'd like to give it a try on either my P6TSE or Rampage Gene II board but don't want to get stuck if you guys feel that it will not work.
  9. So do I use the bootable pendrive and re-run the Finalize or the Restore script afterwards? Thanks
  10. Just wanted to say thanks. I installed Lion on my P6T-SE and my Rampage Gene II last week and both have been working great that whole time. On the Gene II I had to manually set some kernel flag to 1 so that my ATI eyefinity's fan worked correctly (it was constantly on full before that). Anyway great guide and much appreciated. Quick question: I was thinking of using timemachine after installing Lion with this setup. Can I use the Lionize USB bootable pendrive to restore my setup using a timemachine backup to a fresh drive? Boot with USB pen, restore with time machine, run the ./finalize script or the restore script? Thanks
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    Asus Rampage II Gene Hackintosh

    Hi Stell Have you installed the 10.6.4 update successfully? Also, can you detail exactly what you have in /Extra ? Huge thanks, Doh
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    Asus Rampage II Gene Hackintosh

    Hi dgsga I'd like to use your DSDT.dsl but I have an ATI 4870 graphics card, and to make things worse it won't fit in the slot nearest the edge of the board, can you give me any pointers as to how I might edit your dsl to activate the other slot? I have the gfx card currently working using a kext, so does this mean I can simply remove the 'Device (IOS1)' section and compile your DSDT? I noticed there is a working DSDT for my gfx card here but I'm still learning and have not figured out how to 'merge' DSDT files yet. Thanks for all your hard work with the Gene II, it's much appreciated.
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    HP Mini 311 - Support Questions/Requests

    A huge thanks to everyone in this thread. I got my mini this morning and have 10.6 and Win7 both running nicely right now.
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