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  1. Rev svn 2256 doesn't support PS2 neither.
  2. Hi, I use PS2 Kexts in /Extra because I don't want a mouse move or key stroke to wake my computer from its dreams... Time ago I noticied that PS2 kexts disabled mouse movements and key strokes to wake up computer, so I decided to use this method instead of USB mouse/KB. This method worked until svn rev.2253. Since rev.2254+ (rev.2255 tested too) PS2 KB/Mouse don't work anymore. I had to rollback to svn 2253 again. Any chance to review the code to test what happens? Thanks for your effort. P.S. My PS2 kexts are in /Extra/Extensions folder and are these: AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext (1.0.0d1) "com.yourcompany.driver.AppleACPIPS2Nub" ApplePS2Controller.kext (1.1.5) "com.apple.driver.ApplePS2Controller" com.Apple.driver.PS2Keyboard (1.1.0) com.Apple.driver.PS2Mouse (1.2.0)
  3. @dope! I know... but I was thinking in Snow Leopard too!
  4. Version 1.0

    1,292 downloads

    Credits to Nawcom http://blog.nawcom.com/?p=751 Just replace the content of your Lion DP4 Setup Stick with the files from this package. Now you can Install Lion DP4 on a MBR partition (not just GPT)
  5. Version 1.0

    707 downloads

    Credits to Pilotmoon http://blog.pilotmoon.com/post/4041089648/scroll-reverser-get-in-practice-for-lion You might have learned that a certain upcoming version of Mac OS X may have scrolling that is ?bass-ackwards?. That is, when you push up on your trackpad or mouse scroller, the page content moves up too, just like on iOS devices. I made a very minimal little app that lets you reverse your scrolling on 10.5 and above too. It?s a pure usermode app, no drivers or kexts to install. Uninstallation is a simple drag-to-trash.
  6. You can use NVInject kext or EFI String injection to enable full QE/CI. Go to aquamac forums - GFX Strings - How To for EFI String injection instructions.
  7. @chuckb2222, edit: USB KB keypress/Mouse movement wakes up perfectly on my hackint0sh, tested. The problem is if you use PS/2 ports, no wakeup available. Has anyone a solution to wake up with PS2 KB keypress and mouse buttonpress? (I prefer no wakeup with mouse movements because is very easy to rearm the computer )
  8. @elmerdcperez: yes, you need DSDT patching in most cases (not to say in all cases). Please generate a DSDT file with autopatcher, put in root and restart.
  9. @elmerdcperez: if noise no sleep... You may try to delete dsdt.aml from /Extra or root and try to patch with the latest DSDT Autopatcher.
  10. @chuckb2222: Are both BIOS revision the same in 2 drives? In the past I had some problems with BIOS revisions and wakeUp function. You can try to 'downgrade' the new drive to the same old BIOS drive's revision, cross fingers and ... good luck If you downgrade BIOS it is possible that you need to restart with -s switch in chameleon the first time!
  11. @JFunk: Install kext by draging'n'droping kext file to Kext Utility icon program, then restart. Search this site for this tool. @chuckb2222: WakeUp is only available by pressing Power Button or inserting/removing device from USB port. No keyboard or Mouse support such as Win does.
  12. Version 1.0

    13,280 downloads

    Credits to shao1555 Tested on 10.6.6 64-bit SL with Asus P7P55D LE and working... No longer needs "pmVersion=21" to your boot argument. Source Code: https://github.com/shao1555/xnu-sleep-enabler Discussion threat: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?s=cfad8454cb61624a062057486d46ae43&showtopic=242192&view=findpost&p=1619643
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