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vyte

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  1. need a VESA Patch for my eVGA GTX 570 SC HD in 1920x1080x32 :/ Can anybody help me? Thanks
  2. Realtek RTL8188SU

    Is there an LION 1.7.3 Kext for (non-utility) usage out there? Have an Realtek RTL8188CUS Chipset on my Wireless-Card. Thanks
  3. hello, Unfortunately this did not help: ( First my hardware: MSI P55 GD-65 Motherboard MSI NX8800GT-T2D512E-OC graphics card 4 GB Kingston Value Ram DDR3 Intel I5-750 CPU My system boots approx 1.20 and remains 1 minute of it at the "Waiting for DSMOS" position. I once attached a picture of my boot screen. Certainly important, the area between "waiting for dsmos" and "dsmos has arrived" would be. As I said, in this short section of the boot hangs for 1 minute. Snow Leopard will boot in 17 seconds ... My system also has a few problems with LION generally, these were: - DSDT files are worthless (PCI Configuration Begin error) - Sting commands like NPCI = 0x2000, PCIRootUID, or others are ignored. - Some kexts lead to not boot the system. This is what I've already tried: 1) I have the FakeSMC.kext replaced by others from kexts.com 2) I the above Terminal command I used. With and without point. 3) I've deleted the dsmos.kext (could not boot then) Unfortunately, all without success. Have you maybe ideas to normalize the boot time? And sorry for using the google translator
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