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Replacing AppleACPI an IOPCI causes permanent boot crash - why?

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Hi,

 

I am running a 90% working OSX 10.6.8 system. The only problem with it, that it has no proper sleepmode.

So I tried a trick that successfully works on my Vaio notebook:

 

I backupped the AppleACPIPlatform.kext and the IOPCIFamily.kext and then replaced these two with versions from OSX10.6.7. Ater replacing I did run "pfix" command for fixing permissions and rebuilding boot caches.

 

The next boot the system started to crash the ATI5000.kext. It now only boots if I disable GraphicsEnabler using "GraphicsEnabler=no" at boot menu.

 

So I removed the two 10.6.7 kexts and replaced it again with the original 10.6.8 backups. Afterwards ran pfix.

 

No it comes: The crash still remains after reboot, still at ATI5000.kext! Why this??? I placed the working kexts back and rebuilt boot caches. What's wrong now? On every boot I still have to disable GraphicsEnabler. Before this test, the system booted fine with it!

 

Did I forgot something?

 

Here are my Chameleon extensions: AppleACPIPS2Nub, FakeSMC, SleepEnablerNG

 

 

Thanks for any help!

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the problem is the kexts SleepEnabler.kext is a conflictive kext delete it , you can use my script for repair and rebuild your system,Open Terminal app , copy and paste of entire code in Terminal app wait for end and reboot.

 

 

Maintenace 10.6.8.rtf

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