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About monkeyvoodoo

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  1. I've used v2, v3, v7, and have now been using v9 since shortly after it was posted. Speed has been great in recent versions! I'm seeing 150-160 mbps down and up using speedtest.net. However, it starts having trouble staying connected after about 30 or so minutes, and this is still happening with v9. Once it starts having trouble, open connections stall, and new ones fail. Then after some time (maybe 5-20 seconds), it'll pick back up again. After roughly 10-15 hours, it finally can't connect anymore and a reboot is required. If there's anything I can do to help provide more detailed feedback, please let me know!
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    VoodooHDA 2.8.5 for Mavericks (Slice + AnV) (Signed!)

    I get the following error when the kext loads: Controller: ATI R1000 (vendor ID: 1002, device ID: aaa0) error: invalid CORB size: 00 error: getCapabilities failed Seems like maybe it's not reading from the correct spot in memory? I'm trying to familiarise myself with the source, but was hoping someone might have some input on this.
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    Native very slow and...

    It's slow because the AppleTPMACPI kernel extension is loading. That causes the kernel to eat up CPU while that KEXT tries to connect to the (nonexistent) hardware. Remove /System/Library/Extensions/AppleTPMACPI.kext, or move it to somewhere else on your drive. If that doesn't fix it, also delete the /System/Library/Extensions.mkext file, as well.