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Hi guys, i'e just installed Iatkos S3 V2 on my Asus P5K-E WIFI/AP, and almost everything is fine exept 2 things, i have sound in only left speaker and my usb is slow as hell, any one have a comprehensive fix for that?

 

my config is as follow,

 

Bios ahci sata

intell Q6600 quad cores

4 gigs of ram

nvidia 8800gts

i also dont use DSDT... could be the problem, but i cnt find a way to edit it right :P

thanks in advance for your help

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i found that SleepEnabler killed USB2 speeds for me. It didn't even work on my system so got rid of it

 

I just run my p5k Deluxe wifi/ap with iatkos s3 v2 cd, everything run great except usb slow down to 1.1 not 2.0. What I did is checked usb and sleepenabler from iatkos before install, I figure out if not check usb just sleepenabler then it will run usb 2.0 but sleep not work :thumbsup_anim:.. Anyone figure out how to make both usb and sleep work on p5k mobo? Sorry for my english.

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in iatkos i can't boot up with out -x flag

 

here's attached my kernel panic screenshot,could you help me? i can't post new topic,it say that i haven't permission

 

My hardware is an HP pavillion Dv6 1150 el,thank you in avdance

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in iatkos i can't boot up with out -x flag

 

here's attached my kernel panic screenshot,could you help me? i can't post new topic,it say that i haven't permission

 

My hardware is an HP pavillion Dv6 1150 el,thank you in avdance

 

your problem --> atiradeonx2000.kext

 

what is your gpu?

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Wow, talk about a thread hijack or what... No one is even paying attention to the original poster's question.

 

Yan, did you install VoodooHDA when installing S3? It would have been part of the customization options.

 

Not sure about the slow USB speeds, my motherboard is a P5K-E and it seems to be working fine, but I will have to confirm.

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Hi guys, i'e just installed Iatkos S3 V2 on my Asus P5K-E WIFI/AP, and almost everything is fine exept 2 things, i have sound in only left speaker and my usb is slow as hell, any one have a comprehensive fix for that?

 

my config is as follow,

 

Bios ahci sata

intell Q6600 quad cores

4 gigs of ram

nvidia 8800gts

i also dont use DSDT... could be the problem, but i cnt find a way to edit it right :wacko:

thanks in advance for your help

 

Same problem here. Everything works fine but USB, which is very slow. =/ Hope someone could help us.

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Same problem here. Everything works fine but USB, which is very slow. =/ Hope someone could help us.

 

Hey! I think i just figured out how to solve it!

 

First, download the [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] tool from tonymacx86:

http://www.tonymacx86.com/Public/[url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url].zip

 

Next, open the [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url], advance in the instalation, and when prompted to select what to install (Custom Install Window), select only one box:

Kexts> Miscellaneous > IOUSBFamily 10.6.2 Rollback

 

Click in continue and wait until it finishes. In my Desk, after the install, the USB devices were disconnected automatically and then reconnected. Surprisingly, the reconnected devices were with USB2.0 speeds!

 

Good Luck! ;):):):):)

 

references:

http://uphuck.ggrn.de/forum/viewtopic.php?...p;sk=t&sd=a

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Wow, talk about a thread hijack or what... No one is even paying attention to the original poster's question.

 

Yan, did you install VoodooHDA when installing S3? It would have been part of the customization options.

 

Not sure about the slow USB speeds, my motherboard is a P5K-E and it seems to be working fine, but I will have to confirm.

 

yeah for sure i dont even talk about slow usb speeds ... ist an audio card problem related here ...

 

plus Arterio i am now on retail vanilla with DSDT and everything ... still the same problem .... im beginning to think the problem is related to my speakers

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