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  1. Thanks, Works a treat! One added bonus of 10.2.0 seems to be that SpeedStep after sleeping is now working again.
  2. Vanilla Install on MSI Wind

    Thanks. One added bonus of the 10.2.0 kernel seems to be that SpeedStep is now working again after sleeping, still using the same VoodooPower kexts from before.
  3. Vanilla Install on MSI Wind

    Any more detailed information on the patched kernel? Changes etc? Would be interested to see
  4. Vanilla Install on MSI Wind

    Has anyone discovered a solution to get speedstep working after sleeping yet? It works fine after initial booting but sleeping then waking causes the CPU to stick at 1600Mhz. This worked fine previously with a Vanilla Leopard install, so I'm guessing something sleep related has changed in Snow Leopard and VoodooPower hasn't been updated to fix it yet.