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  1. Just updated, but shouldnt have. Doesnt boot anymore, I think its due to ACPI power management again. So I would advice against upgrading for now
  2. Thanks for the suggestion Andy, but unfortunately that wasnt it. I have the feeling it's the ATI 5450 video card causing it as the crash happens right when the video mode is switching during boot up. Are there specific kexts that could cause this crash that are related to the video card? Would Grapicsenabler=no disable those kexts ? I tried that and it still resets during boot
  3. Looks like we are in the same boat. I ve been trying all kind of different things over the last couple of days but cant find what is causing the reboot. Is there no way to somehow install ML over a clean Lion install? This would avoid having to boot from the installer USB.
  4. Thanks, Any idea on what could go wrong when trying to boot this stick on a P8P67? The only difference between the two boards are the extra eSATA port and the SLI option. Didnt think any kext for either one of those would cause this reboot.
  5. HI Andy, I've also got the non pro version of this board but got a bit stuck between step 16 and 17 16 - Once installation completes reboot via the usb stick and select your newly installed Mountain Lion disk via Chameleon Here I boot from the USB stick but it crashes while booting and reboots my computer. I replaced the DSDT.aml and smbios.plist from my current Lion install to the USB drive assuming the DSDT could be the culprit, but it is still the same. When booting with the -v flag I cant really see where it goes wrong as it goes too fast, not sure where the log file is stored on the USB boot drive to see the cause of this. I assume it's due to specific kexts loaded by the P8P67 Pro USB installer Any hint on where to look? Also regarding step 17 - Once Mountain Lion loads run the other package that you downloaded 'P8P67 Pro Driver. pkg' this will install the bootloader and necessary kexts to your new installation Which new installation do you mean here?? I want to upgrade either a clean 10.7.3 install or format that drive to install Mountain Lion to. Is the USB I've been creating up until point 16 intended as a boot disk or should I extract the Mountain Lion straight to the disk I want to use?
  6. any ideas which edits got your sleep / wakeup working? would you mind posting your DSDT as the boards arent that different
  7. Hi Andy, I've modified my BIOS to avoid the speedstepper patch. I've got a P8P67 (non pro) B3 board (not the later 3.1) with a Radeon HD5500 video card. The issue I have is that my hackintosh goes to sleep, but doesnt wake up. I'm using a DSDT but I have to admit I downloaded from this thread but that didnt work for me. What would be the best way to get this to work? Build a DSDT myself and learn how to patch it?
  8. Wow.... got my energy bill over 2011 and seems not having sleep/wakeup on my P8P67 working properly is going to cost me dearly..... Time to look into getting this setup. @Dysfunction: I personally never got sleep (or actually I should say wakeup) never working until now trying different DSDT and BIOS settings so I dont think it is this easy. So if somebody does have sleep / wakeup working with this board, any pointers on how to get it working would be more than welcome. Thanks
  9. I assume that in the BIOS you have not specified the per core over clock ratio, correct? You can set a multiplier for 1, 2, 3, or 4 cores. Then you will see those power states. I assume that that is the difference as I do use imac12,2, but no DSDT. I have a question for you as well: could it be my sleep doesn't work because I'm not using a DSDT? What happens if you drop your DSDT?
  10. @oSxFr33k I followed Andy's instructions in the thread I pointed to above. If you use his step by step instructions you should be golden.
  11. A little off topic, but I switched recently to an external USB driven amplifier and speakers from Teufel which are natively supported by MacOS. http://www.teufelaudio.co.uk/pc/concept-b-...7c966adc3a592c1 This avoids the hassle of the built in sound card plus maybe more importantly it sounds significantly better
  12. Yes that was the behavior I had with only speed stepper patch applied (16 and 34 in case of 2600k) regardless of the over clock settings in my BIOS. By changing the BIOS I now get the behavior above. Added benefit of "fixing" the BIOS is obviously that you will only have to do this once. I have deleted both nullcpupowermanagement and sleepenabler.kext from S/L/E but still the same behavior. Is there any other setting that is needed in either BIOS or MACOSX?
  13. I just did. The behavior is almost identical. Goes into sleep, stays asleep, but then I can only wake it up by pushing the power button (not the space bar), but also now the screen stays blank plus there is a red LED flashing slowly on the motherboard. Only way to get it back up is hold the power button until he switches off completely and then restart. I've never had sleep work properly on this board, so I had given up hope it ever would.
  14. Mine goes into sleep, stays asleep, then I can wake it up by hitting the space bar, but the screen stays blank plus there is a red LED flashing slowly on the motherboard. Only way to get it back up is hold the power button until he switches off completely and then restart. I'm using this sleepenabler.kext: http://www.osx86.net/view/1771-sleepenable...atest_beta.html
  15. Thanks Andy that worked for me. I had been having issues with speed stepper. After changing the BIOS I get the four different P states I've set in the BIOS for 1,2,3,4 cores plus Pstate 16. You can check the speed stepper thread on how to load MSRDumper.kext which will show you if it works: Oct 19 21:52:58 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 47 48 49 50 Oct 19 21:52:58 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) Oct 19 21:52:58 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 47 48 49 50 Oct 19 21:52:59 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) Oct 19 21:52:59 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 47 48 49 50 Oct 19 21:52:59 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) Oct 19 21:52:59 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 47 48 49 50 Oct 19 21:53:00 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) Oct 19 21:53:00 HOMESERVER kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 47 48 49 50 BTW for those interested I've attached the BIOS ROM for a P8P67 (first rev) This is obviously at your own risk, but it worked fine for my board. P8P67_ASUS_2001_SLIC.ROM.zip
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