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  1. okrasit's fix works for me on an Asrock X99M-Killer, thanks! Able to boot the El Capitan installer direct from 10.10.
  2. Thanks! Working 100% on my P6X58D-E.
  3. Just use the standard marionez one. Don't forget to delete /S/L/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches before reboot though. Works for me.
  4. Realtek ALC1200 ICH10 working kext on Yosemite 10.10 from 10.6+

    I've lost encoded digital support (ie DD/DTS) via TOSLink from my optical output following the 10.6.3 update and installing this kext.
  5. Sorry to dredge this up again, but I was still having problems with my mouse until I took the (in hindsight obvious) step of unplugging my USB bluetooth adaptor and using a wired keyboard. Instantly the mouse problems disappeared and it's been working 100%. To my eyes, this almost certainly confirms a USB conflict with the bluetooth / RF adaptors. Has anyone seen this behaviour when using both bluetooth and RF peripherals? Can anyone suggest a way to move either one onto a different IRQ or otherwise separating the devices? Thanks again.
  6. I know what you mean, often a 99% working system can be more frustrating than one that doesn't work at all .
  7. I'm reasonably sure those icons in fact refer to which PS2 socket mice and keyboards should be plugged into. I believe USB devices do not need to be plugged into a specific port.
  8. Yes, I'm running the latest version from the MS site. I also had the same behaviour while using the default OS X mouse driver. I've never heard of this before. Do you have a reference? You may be confusing PS2 and USB ports. I've disabled legacy support, however had the same behaviour with it enabled. I've had the same behaviour with a bluetooth Mighty Mouse, and a Logitech RF mouse with USB receiver. Thanks for your suggestions, but I think i've covered most of the logical troubleshooting steps. I suspected a IRQ conflict, but IORegistryExplorer is largely Greek to me . The only other thing I can think of is that Doublecommand (which I'm using to convert an option key to forward delete on my Apple Wireless Keyboard) is interfering with the device, so I might disable that and see how I get on.
  9. I guess I spoke too soon, I'm still having issues with the mouse cursor / buttons freezing intermittently with the Intellipoint drivers, on both 32 and 64 bit kernels. Has anyone else seen this issue? The install is pretty much stock other than AsereBLN / up to date DSDT.aml. -Ryan
  10. Lost Photos

    I know this a month old now, but Photorec will get them back for you if it is physically possible. There's a Mac buld available.
  11. Hey, thanks for the tip, the Intellipoint software seems to have solved the issue. The 7.1 version has 64 bit support as well. I'm not sure why the OS X driver was having issues (with non-Microsoft mice as well) but never mind, seems to be working a treat now. Thanks again!
  12. Thanks for your reply. I'm actually just using the default OS X mouse driver, given that it supports all the buttons and scroll wheel. I haven't tried the MS driver. I've tried in 32-bit mode and the same thing happens. I've disabled legacy USB mode in the BIOS and it seems improved, but not fully resolved.
  13. Hi, My i7 920 / P6T SE hackintosh is running better than ever thanks to Bchemist's constant DSDT updates, but I have one annoying problem - my RF mouse (Microsoft Arc) frequently locks up for 1-10 seconds. During this time the pointer, buttons and scrollwheel are all unresponsive. I was previously using a bluetooth mighty mouse with a CSR receiver, which had the same problem, but I put it down to a poor bluetooth implementation. I've seen the same thing with other RF and corded USB mice. I'm also using an Apple Wireless Keyboard with no problems. I've googled extensively for a solution, and there are a few vague reports of similar problems, but none identical, and no concrete causes or solutions. I suspect an interrupt issue, but haven't been able to track it down. There's nothing in any of the logs during the freezes. and the computer is otherwise responsive (music plays, responds to keyboard etc.) I'd appreciate if anyone could throw some light on the situation, or suggest further troubleshooting. Specs: Core i7 920 ASUS P6T-SE, 6 gig DDR3, SATA boot drive. Apple Wireless Keyboard with ASUS bluetooth receiver (Broadcom chipset) Microsoft Arc Mouse with RF receiver on separate USB bus OSX 10.6.2 retail with AsereBLN loader / Bchemist's latest DSDT.aml 64 bit kernel (although 32 bit has no effect). Marionez' ALC1200 AppleHDA.kext Identifying as MacPro4.1 fakesmc.kext 2.5 in E/E and RealtekR1000SL.kext in S/L/E.
  14. Realtek ALC1200 ICH10 working kext on Yosemite 10.10 from 10.6+

    Hi marionez, thanks for your hard work on this. I have an ASUS P6T SE, and line out/headphones work fine, but not optical SPDIF. Is coax the only SPDIF out supported, or is there something I'm missing? EDIT: Never mind, working fine after reboot. Thanks!
  15. Slow Hard Drive Performance ICH10

    Thanks THe KiNG, made the mods you suggested and restored my SATA performance on an ASUS P6T SE. Great work!
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