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    Default "You must restart your computer" grey screen of Death after using Lion for awhile

    So after installing Lion on my new Hackintosh using Tonymac's Unibeast it works perfectly for awhile. Graphics and sound is all good. I also installed Multibeast for Lion after without a problem. But after about 20 minutes, or up to 30 minutes.

    I get the error "You must restart your computer" the screen slowly fades to grey etc.

    Any idea what's going on?

    CPU: i7-2600
    GPU: Nvidia GT 530 1GB
    HDD: 1TB Caviar Green
    RAM: 12GB DDR3 1333
    MOBO: ASUS P8H67-M

    Installed flawlessly and boots up with the bootloader without a problem. The only issue I have, is it doing this after a small amount of time? I can feel that I am almost there!

    After installing, then downloading the 10.7.4 Combo Update from Apple and then installing the Combo update I run Multibeast (before rebooting after the Combo Update)

    And take these options in Multibeast:

    Easybeast Install
    Drivers & Bootloaders > Kexts & Enablers > Network > Realtek Gigabit Ethernet
    Drivers & Bootloaders > Kexts & Enablers > Audio > Realtek ALC8xx > ALC8xxHDA
    Drivers & Bootloaders > Kexts & Enablers > Audio > Realtek ALC8xx > AppleHDA Rollback
    Miscellaneous > FakeSMC
    Miscellaneous > FakeSMC Plugins > Motherboard Plugins
    Miscellaneous > FakeSMC Plugins > Nvidia Plugin
    Miscellaneous > FakeSMC Plugins > HWMonitor Application
    Miscellaneous > Patched AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext

    That's all I installed. Did I miss anything exactly? It's so hard to understand Multibeast. Do I need other kexts for my CPU or Mobo or do I need any DSDTs or anything?

    EDIT: This only seems to be really happening when I am torrenting something, using either uTorrent or Transmission. So it seems to be something to do with the hard drive... I have no idea what is going on...

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by LeijonaSisu; 05-31-2012 at 05:28 PM.



 

 

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