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  1. Just wanted to chime into this one. I had a similar problem with it stalling at the same spot for about 4 mins before booting into clover menu. I changed my EFI over to BiosBlockIO and it fixed my booting issues. (r3033)
  2. Clover General discussion

    So looks like i got rid of that USB errors. still doesn't work - still having issues of it hanging for about 4 mins before it'll boot past that black screen with the underscore. (on cold boot). Re-attached two different logs, one from a cold boot, and one with just a regular restart. I don't see any differences other than the time. Am I missing something?? I originally installed my OS X from chameleon and clover was installed after, not sure if that would have anything to do with it. Hardware for reference: GA-P35-DS3L Q6600 6 GB Ram GTX 570 Samsung 840 Pro Edit: Also included my config.plist cold_bootlog.log.txt bootlog.log.txt config.plist.txt
  3. Clover General discussion

    Hi, after the BIOS screen, the clover screen doesn't come up till after about 4-5 mins. Can somebody help me out? see debug.log This only happens on a cold boot. If i reboot from OSX, boots up fairly fast. debug.log.zip
  4. Then how come those two errors hang when its cold booting - probably at least 10-15 seconds each, but just a regular soft reboot it is really quick. i'm not really sure how to fix the sound assertion errors. I was following this post, but didn't help at all (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/292377-how-to-get-rid-of-any-sound-assertions-on-applehda/?p=1966745) EDIT: i was able to get rid of the sound assertion errors when I delete AppleUSBAudio.kext , but doesn't fix my long boot up and keyboard issues.
  5. Hello, My hackintosh been working for a while, but there is this nagging issue I want to get rid of. At cold boot, the system will take a long time to boot -- so I did a -v and found out that it hangs here: ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start - waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPower Management) timed out **** [iOBluetoothHCIController][searchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport! After that when it boots to my login screen the keyboard won't respond for about 30 seconds before I can type anything in. Mouse works fine. With some search skills, I found that I should uncheck CPU boot flags -- which I did, and reinstall FakeSMC.kext -- which I did as well. If i just did a normal reboot, no issues at all. Reboots fast with no delay and keyboard works right away. Can anybody please help me out here? let me know what other info you need. Specs are... Motherboard:GA-P35-DS3L CPU: Q6600 Video: GTX570 HDD: Samsung SSD i'll attach a zip file of kernel log, boot.plist and smbios ​Thanks in advance! Archive.zip
  6. no no.. i meant the first boot132 guide and this second release
  7. what are the differences between this boot132 guide and the first one?
  8. i must be doing something wrong then.. i'll try it again
  9. is this only for digital out? is there a way to get analog speakers to work.. i have two 3.5 mm plugs.. one for the rear.. and the other for the fronts.
  10. has anybody tried this to get 4 channel analog or more to work with this guide? http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=143510
  11. nvm.. i think i figured it out.. you have to use disk utility first to make the partitions and format accordingly
  12. i have OSX installed on the first hard drive.. and i would like to install windows 7 on the second one.. but i would also like to create a partition for time machine on the second drive... when i go to install windows 7.. it says it cannot create partition... can two different filesystems not exist on the same drive? or am i doing something wrong here?
  13. so there is no way to get my rear speakers working on my mac? it has to be digital? i have my fronts connected on the green and my rears on the black...
  14. my time machine partition is on port 3.. so i was wondering how to restore it