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Boot very slow - ML - Asus Rampage III Gene

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Hello,

 

I installed ML on my PC and the boot is very slow : 6 min

 

 

My Config :

Intel® 82567V-2 Gigabit Network Connection

Chipset INTEL X58

 

Asus Rampage III Gene

 

Socket Socket 1366

Northbridge Intel® X58

Southbridge Intel® ICH10R

 

Contrôleur SATA Intel® ICH10R

Contrôleur audio SupremeFX X-Fi

Contrôleur Gigabit LAN

Contrôleur Intel® ICH10R USB 2.0

Contrôleur NEC® USB 3.0

 

Print screen in verbose mode when it freeze on startup :

 

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It block while the 2 last lines appears.

 

User kernel cache doesn't solve the problem.

 

I have delete Null Power Management, same thing.

 

Could you help to solve my problem ?

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well known problem, roll back AppleACPIPlatformFamily.kext to version 1.3.5 from Snow Leopard. I'll find a link

 

found link to one I uploaded in June here AppleACPIPlatform.kext.zip

 

Boot very fast now! :)

 

hi, eep357

How is your shutting down ?

mine is quite slow. It's related to the PID securityd ,mDNSResponder, coreservicesd

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hi, eep357

How is your shutting down ?

mine is quite slow. It's related to the PID securityd ,mDNSResponder, coreservicesd

It varies, sometimes very quick, but yes sometimes obviously slower than it should be. I have some mDNSresponder errors in console that appear to affect many real mac users too(no problem other than console log spam), the fix noted on apple forums is to boot in safe mode once, but I can't boot in safe mode with RAID-0.

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It varies, sometimes very quick, but yes sometimes obviously slower than it should be. I have some mDNSresponder errors in console that appear to affect many real mac users too(no problem other than console log spam), the fix noted on apple forums is to boot in safe mode once, but I can't boot in safe mode with RAID-0.

for me , is that to boot with -x ?

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yup

what's -x doing ?

I found my wireless and graphics card not working in safe boot :(

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That's what it's for, not made to be used for longer than is needed to finish fixing what ever is broken. Also handy for getting installer to run on hack :)

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That's what it's for, not made to be used for longer than is needed to finish fixing what ever is broken. Also handy for getting installer to run on hack :)

if my memory serves me correctly, that's my first time to boot with -x flag :)

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Glad you got to try new thing, best thing about hackintosh is always something new to learn/try/do :)

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For me it is the opposite, when i keep original AAP from 10.8.2, boot = 25 sec, when i use the rollback, it goes to 45sec. But anyways, with the rollback i get control over Keyboard backlight and battery status, so +20sec worth it i guess :smoke:

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Rollback/boot delay fix applies to ASUS x58 boards only. It can have positive or negative effects on other boards too as you have seen, but only the x58 consistently need this as a fix, and will have either kernel panic, or a 3-5min boot hang without it.

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