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    Default 10.6.2 Firewire not working and USB only 12Mbit/s

    Hi Thanks for the advice with the kexts for the first install. I updated to 10.6.2 replaced the graphics driver (a must for nvidia 7xxx) with the one from 10.6.1 and even the kext i manually installed (the ones you mentioned above) and i even replaced the NullCpu with the new one from netkas.org
    So far everything is fine 10.6.2 and 64bit-mode
    BUT not all: Firewire is not showing up in the System Profiler as working and USB is not anymore USB2.0 – only USB1.0
    ;-(

    What can i DO?
    Any Suggestions? or Kexts ;-)


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    Default Your guide is top Notch

    everything worked fine for me…
    now i have updated to 10.6.2 and firewire is not anymore working and USB is slow…
    ;-(
    do you have got some suggestions?
    ;-)

    greetz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravehard View Post
    everything worked fine for me…
    now i have updated to 10.6.2 and firewire is not anymore working and USB is slow…
    ;-(
    do you have got some suggestions?
    ;-)

    greetz
    Hi, im just guessing here but i reckon these might work.
    for firewire Chipset - IOPCIFamily.kext fixed for SNOW 32/64 - Kexts.com
    and for usb Chipset - Intel USB2 EHCI Controller - Kexts.com

    report back

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB94 View Post
    Hi, im just guessing here but i reckon these might work.
    for firewire Chipset - IOPCIFamily.kext fixed for SNOW 32/64 - Kexts.com
    and for usb Chipset - Intel USB2 EHCI Controller - Kexts.com

    report back
    Thanks for the advice
    USB was my fault sorry… i accidentally installed IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext
    so i removed it and repaired permissions with Conti's pfix
    – now USB2.0 is working with 480 Mbit/s

    the Kext for firewire is not working – sorry ;-) (i've tried)
    time will tell
    Last edited by Bravehard; 11-14-2009 at 01:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravehard View Post
    Thanks for the advice
    USB was my fault sorry… i accidentally installed IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext
    so i removed it and repaired permissions with Conti's pfix
    – now USB2.0 is working with 480 Mbit/s

    the Kext for firewire is not working – sorry ;-) (i've tried)
    time will tell
    sorry the firewire was really just a guess:/


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    Hello, and thank you for this guide.

    I ran into a problem trying to install OSX with Empire EFI.

    When the first OSX install screen appears (where you select language) I can't use either my mouse or my keybord. Both are USB. Do I have to change something in BIOS? BIOS is set to USB 2.0 i think.

    Running Asus P5W DH Deluxe.
    Last edited by Settepotet; 11-17-2009 at 09:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Settepotet View Post
    Hello, and thank you for this guide.

    I ran into a problem trying to install OSX with Empire EFI.

    When the first OSX install screen appears (where you select language) I can't use either my mouse or my keybord. Both are USB. Do I have to change something in BIOS? BIOS is set to USB 2.0 i think.

    Running Asus P5W DH Deluxe.
    yeah this happend to me, and i panicked lol.

    Just swap usb ports. because only 2 work before installing kexts and at 1.1

    report back

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB94 View Post
    yeah this happend to me, and i panicked lol.

    Just swap usb ports. because only 2 work before installing kexts and at 1.1

    report back
    I tried that, but no reaction. When I plugged them into the original ports again, they didn't connect (no light on keyboard or mouse).

    Got a tip on the empire efi blog, and that is to wait, wait a long time. Then they will work, eventually. Will try that, and swap ports once again later.

    Need to burn a new Snow Leo DVD. I burned it at max speed, and have trouble reading it correctly. And: Does it affect performance/reliability that I use a IDE DVD?

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    I shouldn't think IDE should have any problems, but i think you might need some drivers or something if your using the Jmicron controller?

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    I'm using the ICH7R IDE controller, so I don't think theres a driver issue.

    Anyhow, will try to burn the Leopard retail again and slowest speed possible, and then verify. Yeah, should have done that in the first part, but forgot...


 

 

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