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  1. Asus P5E DSDT fixes

    Unfortunately, I still have reboot/shutdown problem with it.
  2. Asus P5E DSDT fixes

    Rodion, that is amazing for an old board. Thanks for the info. My problem for clover is that, reboot and shutdown will not work at all. Always the case for every revision of clover, so I gave up for clover because of that. Also, I cannot use my usb keyboard at clover menu at boot time, only ps2 keyboard would work. That I don't take it seriously as I can set the config to automatically go for a boot for osx, but the reboot/shutdown problem, I really can't live with it. You have any clues on that? Oh, sorry, I will give it a try with your config first. Thanks much, rktr
  3. Asus P5E DSDT fixes

    Yosemite still nicely working on my P5E except iMessage which as of now requires clover. Clover never worked consistently, so I will stick with #uni#beast# for install, and #multi#beast for add ons.
  4. Asus P5E DSDT fixes

    Updated from 10.8.2 to 10.8.4. Crashed when I booted on 10.8.4 at the first boot. Replaced AppleACPIPlatform.kext with Snow Leopard 10.6.8 (version 1.5) Deleted AppleHDA because I use VoodooHDA These 2 steps made 10.8.4 to successfully boot. rktr
  5. Asus P5E DSDT fixes

    tanguy_k Following your comment in that link, Using AppleACPIPlatform.kext from Snow Leopard 10.6.8 (version 1.5) works Inside ###multi###beast you should check AppleACPIPlatform Rollback/10.6.8 Rollback for ASUS X58 System Sleep is back again for my 10.8.2. Thanks!
  6. Asus P5E DSDT fixes

    Over the v1.5 AppleACPIPlaform.kext I used in 10.8.0, I installed combo 10.8.2, and it works. Removed AppleHDA.kext, and that's it. But sleep capability is gone now. What I have in Extensions, that are not vanilla are: AD1988b.Fix.kext AppleACPIPlatform.kext (v1.5 from **multi**beast and 10.8.2 installed over it) FakeSMC.kext VoodooHDA.kext(combined with AD1988b.Fix.kext, onboard sound works)
  7. Asus P5E DSDT fixes

    Thanks. That kext from 10.7.3 didn't work for me. But the patched kext, version 1.5 from ###multi###beast 5.0.2 worked!
  8. Asus P5E DSDT fixes

    I have exactly the same issue as you do.
  9. Hi, Did you get the clue for this? I am having the same problem with P5E too.
  10. Problem with Bonjour

    ok.. then not much I can help you then. I don't have the same mobo as you do, but in overall, limiting the network speed to 10Mbps is much more stable in my rig. Try that just in case. system preference -> network -> advanced -> ethernet is where you can change the connection type. but I want to ask you one thing. you are saying that running netstat helps. but how are you running netstat command in the terminal? rktr
  11. Problem with Bonjour

    lebidou, which network driver for your Realtek RTL8169 are you using? Wanna try RealtekR1000.kext from sourceforge. That is what I have learned Bonjour to work from the other thread. hope it works for you too. rktr
  12. Hi, My problem for my mobo was that I couldn't get LAN connection up unless I boot up Windows XP and coming back to Leopard again. The common problem for this was that it appears your LAN is up and connected but you couldn't actually connect to the internet. I was looking around for fixes, such as http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...p;hl=GA-P35-DS4 and everywhere in this forum and also osx86scene. Together with those ideas to "enable" wake-on-LAN after shutdown in XP, now in Leopard, I went to System Preferences -> Network -> Selecting Ethernet -> Going into Advanced... -> In the Ethernet Tab, and change the Speed from 100BaseTX, where it was initially to 10BaseT/UP and holy cow, now it works 100%. The problem always came back after power off and the next boot, but that issue is somehow gone now with the fix. I don't know whether it helped to set all the configuration, except ipv6, to "Manually", at the same time. Would you guys with the same problem confirm it works for you? My hackintosh is, Q6600, GA-P35-DS4 rev.2.0, bios F7, Leopard 10.5.1-dized from Brazil, and most kexts Vanilla-ed over EFIv8, except the kexts gotten from irc, to enable restart, sleep, timemachine. The ethernet driver I am using is RealtekR1000.kext from sourceforge. This one I understood from other topics is that it works better than the Realtek made driver, for Bonjour to work . True, now I can see iTunes sharing running on another Mac from my hackintosh. Finder's Connect to Server -> Browse is now correctly working so that I can see other servers in there. Now at this time of moment, I lose 100Mbps speed but better than nothing with 10Mbps, right? Hope it helps! So I need now to find a fix for the very last problem, shutting down correctly to power off my hackintosh. rktr
  13. Strange problems with a GA-P35-DS4

    Hi, Thanks for the wonderful tip for this mobo. Though I have this problem even if I do that "wake on lan" enabling method in XP, while using Leopard 10.5.1. As some of you still are in the same boat as I am, where you can't shutdown correctly in Leopard 10.5.1, if it doesn't shutdown correctly, that will cause this strange network problem to arise again when you next boot up into 10.5.1. So I would need to go back to XP everytime it happens, disable, enable "wake on lan" and then coming back to Leopard and the network is back up. Enabling "Wake up Lan ROM" in the Bios never worked for me before. Mine on the DS4(rev.2.0 b7) is, Braziled, EFI8-ed, Most kexts Vanilla-ed, 10.5.1-ed. Hopefully some of you can give me a clue on this matter. If I can get the way to shutdown correctly from Leopard, I think that will make it. thanks much. rktr
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