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Some issues with 10.6.8 and ThinkPad T60

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There's no general lag now and the wifi works again :)

But i have some other issues like flash video lagging (videos from disk play smooth) and sleep not working properly, the computer goes to and back from sleep only the LCD backlight doesn't turn on after sleep so i get a black screen (though it is turned on and showing barely visible graphics).


I've done some lurking and found that if your GPU works OOB or you have a kext for it then you should settle for one method. Either GraphicsEnabler, or EFI string or Kext but not all of them, so i've disabled GraphicsEnabler. But the flash lag persists..





- - - (the stuff below this text is now solved thanks to fantomas1) - - -

Just recently i changed the internal wifi on my T60 thinkpad to a broadcom bcm94311mcg which worked oob. Then, yesterday i updated to 10.6.8 and it broke the wifi (shown as turned off in settings) and every app including the os itself lags when ever i open a new finder window, a menu, or an app.

Do you guys know what is causing this?

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According to Himlaklar in this thread turning off hardware acceleration in the settings of flash player should fix the lag. So far it seems like it's working. I'll report after more comprehensive testing.


It turns out it didn't work. Still got lag with all flash videos..

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