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My 1100 is a little weird about startup/shutdown too...can't quite get the rhythm down, but after removal of AppleTPMACPI.kext and use of platform=X86PC, it will boot into normal mode. Sometimes. Other times, it will just give me some kind of colored blocks, and I have to hold down the power button to restart. Or it will stick at the grey screen, give me a pointer, and freeze. Or it won't require any nudging at all, and will just boot normally, with no special options or file removals. Nine times out of ten, if I've had it running for awhile, and I try to restart, it will work fine. But if I shut it down at night, and try to power up the next morning, it won't boot straight off. When it does run, though, it runs great. Video playback, sound, net, et all. If you find out anything about getting it to boot right every time, let me know.