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    1 minute delay. Can anyone tell me what's going on?

    Any thoughts on what it is about? " Audio HDA (addr:0x1B0004) setting specified layout-id=1 (0x1)" is, from what I understand, normal behaviour but the time it takes isn't?
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    1 minute delay. Can anyone tell me what's going on?

    Thanks alot but still the same delay and switching the whole Clover seem to have screwed up some icloud and google settings somehow.
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    1 minute delay. Can anyone tell me what's going on?

    Cool. I didn't know about this app. Send me Anderss-iMac.zip
  4. I'm trying to get my thunderbolt audio device working but something weird is going on during boot.I have here a picture of the different boots without and with my audio interface switched on. As you can see something is happening at 47:812... With the interface switched on I get a delay (black screen) right after "Clover Boot screen" and before verbose information that is supposed to start immediately after that? I also included my clover folder with an IO Jones dump in it and with an F4 boot copied the native DSDT and other files to EFI/Clover/ACPI/origin.-Its about a minute delay.-Thunderbolt is an AlpineRidge Card and it's working on both boots with my thunderbolt3 dock that is first in chain.-It doesn't matter if I put the audio interface on the other port.-Yes I have an SSDT for the thunderbolt and I've tried with different ones and without. Same delay.-I have "Thunderbolt Boot Support : Enabled" otherwise my interface won't boot at all.-Audio interface is working... I'm just trying to eliminate the delay or at least understand what's going on. Thankful for any help I could get.Thanks. 20:732 0:015 USBADR[2] = 0x1B0004 and PCIe = 0x080:910 60:178 Audio HDA (addr:0x1B0004) setting specified layout-id=1 (0x1)80:925 0:015 USBADR[3] = 0x1B0004 and PCIe = 0x0 CLOVER.zip
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    ThunderBolt Drivers

    Is there a simple guide somewhere that explains what to do to to help out testing your ssdt's? I got clover configurator, ioregexplorer and some basic knowledge but it's hard to find out where to start. Also... if I was about to apply an ssdt... is it easily reversible or do I have do an reinstall every time I screw up? Edit: Admire your work by the way. I've been google'n this for years. Hat's off!
  6. I dont think it is the same? http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=142876 I got lucky I guess but I think I got it working on first try. Still testing. Graphics - works QE and all. Sound - Yes, but only stereo FW - Works after deletion of "the file" Haven't tried TimeMachine yet.
  7. Has anyone with P5w Dh deluxe tried this release or the "v1" version? XxX_x86_10.5.6_Install_Disc_Universal_Final.v2 If anyone have... it would be nice to know some "do" and "don'ts" about what to install or not. At the moment ALC882 and FW don't work but i will try the "delete-kext-fix" mentioned earlier on FW later. thanks
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    Change hardware and driver post install?

    Great! Can you or anyone else share your knowledge on how I do that or does anybody have a link on an "how to"? I'm a beginner at OSX and don't know how to switch drivers.
  9. Hi. I'm using Kalyway 10.5.2 with a 1900xt ATIcard... I'm about to switch to a new ATI graphics card (midpriced). Is that possible or do I have to do a clean reinstall of osx?
  10. Ok, now I'm able to boot with good results: ATI Radeon X1900 XT: Chipset Model: ATY,RadeonX1900 Type: Display Bus: PCIe Slot: Slot-1 PCIe Lane Width: x16 VRAM (Total): 512 MB Vendor: ATI (0x1002) Device ID: 0x7249 Revision ID: 0x0000 ROM Revision: ATYinject X1900 0.0.1 EFI Driver Version: "01.00.140" Displays: SyncMaster: Resolution: 1600 x 1200 @ 60 Hz Depth: 32-bit Color Core Image: Hardware Accelerated Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes Quartz Extreme: Supported Rotation: Supported Display Connector: Status: No display connected But the only way to get it to boot is by: -s mount -uw / /movevideodrivers I also managed to get it to boot without that but only ONCE just after applying tha "graphicsupdate1.0-patch". The next boot after that I caught a bluescreen again. Suggestions anyone? Is it a bad idea and use the "-s mount......" bootoption all the time? And if not is there a way to automaticly get it to boot that way? Thanks
  11. Yes. I've installed it a couple of times in all the reinstalls of the OSX. Shouldn't there be about the same drivers on all releases? Even if it's not im more happy to switch if you got it to work. Which kernel did you use? ... and also (since I'm a total noob at OSX) Is there a way to install a driver from the DVD after the OSXinstall, or do I have to pick the right one in the beginning? A.T.M. in the info it says: Kernel Extention Info : No Kext Loaded... Whatever that means.
  12. Noobquestion maybe but I'm totally beginner on OSX. I did several installs of my 10.5.2 kalyway but seem to pick the wrong drivers for my ATIcard... My question is: Is it possible to switch drivers (kext?) to anotherone on the installDVD Post Installation? Is there a noobguide or can someone explain this easily? (i've looked at kexthelper... something but really didn't understand how/if it worked didn't se any difference) Thanks
  13. I'm a total noob at this but is it possible to: 1. Download that specific driver somehow (x1000 series drivers) 2. Install it post osx install (installed with no drivers at all) I use Kalyways 10.5.2 Vanilla kernel (on core2duo) ATI x1900xt at the moment with mouse artifacts and worthless resolution (i need 1600x1200) Also... explain really simple because im total beginner with OSX systems. Thanks (EDIT: also tried JCcools VGA driver thing... slightly better than nothing but there has to be a way right?)