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Hello everyone

I have iAtkos S3 with Mac OSX 10.6.3 installed

 

Mac reads my RAM speed as 1333 Mhz but actually my RAM speed is 1867 Mhz so I need to fix that

 

people say that I can fix that by editing smbios.plist which is in /Extra folder

 

I really can't find it anywhere

 

should I create a new one ? and if I did can this file contains only a memory section so it modify the memory speed only and leave everything as it is ?

 

please help

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Hello everyone

I have iAtkos S3 with Mac OSX 10.6.3 installed

 

Mac reads my RAM speed as 1333 Mhz but actually my RAM speed is 1867 Mhz so I need to fix that

 

people say that I can fix that by editing smbios.plist which is in /Extra folder

 

I really can't find it anywhere

 

should I create a new one ? and if I did can this file contains only a memory section so it modify the memory speed only and leave everything as it is ?

 

please help

Yes you need to create it the first time, search for an application called Lizard in this forum, it's very easy to use for making a new smbios.plist

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okay thanks

 

now I have another problem

 

its with a PS2 Keyboard

 

it's working well during boot but when Mac starts the keyboard stops functioning so I have to unplug it and then plug it again in the PS2 socket so it can work

 

any solution ? or at least some command or something so it make it work without me getting up everytime to unplug and replug at each boot

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