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cpukid

A Bunch of weird problems

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Ok, so I got Lion installed. However, the OS runs VERY slow. I got my graphics card (9800 GTX+) and sound working, however ethernet and Wi-Fi don't want to work, both of which worked in SL.

 

Also, My bluetooth is really acting up. I have a Targus bluetooth dongle with my Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and Apple Keyboard. The bluetooth adapter works and sees the devices, however I always get errors when trying to pair them.

 

I also can't seem to set Lion as my primary partition. I have Snow Leopard on one partition (my primary), and Lion on my secondary partition. I would like to have the Lion drive set as my primary since it can boot Lion. However, I can;t figure out how to set my Lion partition as my primary.

 

I have a Gigabyte X58A-UD3R and a Core i7 930. Any help on how to resolve these issues would be greatly appreciated!

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