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Datoshing

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  1. For all you guys who have problem with automatic sleep: Get this software called PleaseSleep: http://www.dragonone.com/products/macosx/pleasesleep/ Now automatic sleep works too
  2. Hello there, I install SL and everything works fine except sleep (I fixed my audio using dsdt patch). I have the infamous problem where the computer won't fully go to sleep. I tried your dsdt patching and it didn't work, but since I don't understand what is really going on I might have made some mistakes. Would anyone please take a look at my dsdt file and tell me what I did wrong? Thanks in advance dsdt.aml.zip
  3. I had the voodoo kernel it gave me the some problem and someone suggested me to switch to vanilla, that's why I'm using vanilla now... ok wo I reinstalled voodoo and it works now!!
  4. I'm running 10.5.6 on a ASUS P5E Deluxe motherboard with a E8500 (45nm) CPU. I'm using vanilla kernel and everything is fine except that the time (clock) gains around 5 seconds per minute. This causes Logic to give me a sync error when I'm recording. It seems that other people had this problem with 45nm chips a while ago but the problem was fixed with the modbin kernel. Problem is I can't find the modbin kernel anywhere. I would like to know if there is another fix for this problem or may someone upload the modbin kernel?
  5. I have the E8500 (45nm), and my clock is running fast, Logic gives me sync problems every time I start recording. I'm using 10.5.6 right now, will the modbin kernel fix the time problem, and if so where may I find it? Thanks in advance.
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