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About NapalmCandy

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  1. I dont remember exactly, I remember you need a program to extract it, but also you can find this file in Google
  2. Nobody knows a tool to detect what it is causing the problem? I want to solve it but I don't know how... Greetings
  3. Hi. I installed 10.8 and update to 10.8.3 without problems, I have working all, except Sleepmode but it is not a problem to me. The problem is that some times Mountain Lion boot extremely slow or freeze, sometimes arrive to desktop but mouse slow too slow, or don't move, or move during 1 second and then freeze 10 seconds.... But, if I start Mountain Lion in Verbose mode ( -v) then I don't have problems, well only 2 times had the same symptoms but I don't see any error. Also, this problem occurs 90% when start my PC for first time after hours of power off. If now I power off and then power on, or restart, then have much less possibilities of reproduce the error. I don't know what it is the problem, and how to solve it. My specs are: Asus P9X79 LE Motherboard Intel i7 3820 3.6Ghz CPU 4x4Gb Corsair CML16GX3M4X1600CS RAM
  4. I test again today, and I see that didn't work. I think that I test yesterday only display off, and not sleep. So, the problem still there. And the question is, is there any way to log my Snow Leopard (updated to Mountain Lion) installation, to see what kext are using in the moment at the sleep and wake up? Thanks!
  5. I found the kext that make possible to wake up after sleep, is the EvOreboot.kext, place it on \Extra\Extensions
  6. Hi. I was using for some years Snow Leopard, after upgrade my hardware I update also to 10.8.3. The wake up after sleep work fine, so I remember that I solve this problem in the past... but I don't remember how. Now I make a clean install of 10.8 in another harddrive, (so it boot up faster than the updated from 10.6.8 to 10.8.3) But in this clean install, don't wake up after sleep. In the other installation (10.6.8->10.8.3) I don't has SleepEnabler.kext, so I don't know what kext is what solve the problem of wakeup after sleep, but just works. So I ask you, if there any way to find the 'magic' kext that I don't know its name. Any log or similar? Thanks! I found the kext that make possible to wake up after sleep!, is the EvOreboot.kext, place it on \Extra\Extensions
  7. Hi. I have another question. After some install some kext and some problems, I decide to do a clean install of Mountain Lion, now I have less problems, all work, and have a faster boot. But.... (ever have a but), sleep not work. I need to restart after a sleep. In my older installation Sleep works perfect, so I solved when I was on 10.6.8 on my old Asus P5QPRO, and after update to 10.8.2 and change mother board to P9X79, still working fine. I have a backup of my older installation, but I don't know what kext made it work.... Any suggestions? SleepEnabler.kext take me a kernel panic.
  8. I test my SSD unit and my HardDrive with BlackMagic Speed Test (it is free on App Store), and results, say that my SSD is slower than my HD. SSD read and write is ~40mb/s and old HD is ~80mb/s I have connected SSD on 6Gb/s SATA Ports. Why is so slow?
  9. Works great on snow leopard, but now on Mountain Lion don't work....
  10. Problem solved after installing RealtekRTL81xx.kext!! So, seems that this mother board (Asus P9X79 LE) don't has same ethernet chip than other Asus P9X79 big brothers
  11. I update to mountain lion with myhack method, then I install ethernet drivers with MB{censored}, but I am on same point than before with 10.6.8, ethernet don't work. What can I do? I don't want to do a clean install. I had installed some ethernet kext for my old Asus P5QPro, when was on 10.6.8. But I don't know what kext was
  12. After some try and error, I have working boot OS X 10.6.8 without verbose mode. Now only I left one problem. I have no ethernet, I tried to install the kext from MB{censored} but don't work, what can I do? I google it but I see everybody can repair it with MB{censored}, but to me don't work.
  13. Will work Usb 3.0 and Sata 6gb/s? I am thinking about buy this CPU and mother board
  14. Hola. He copiado una partición que funcionaba bien (10.6.8), y que ocupaba unos 370Gb en un disco SSD de 120Gb, obviamente he tenido que sacar varias cosas que ocupaban mucho, lo que más era la biblioteca iTunes, las fotos de iPhoto, documentos, imagenes, películas, en definitiva las carpetas "esenciales" de usuario de OS X. Entonces el problema está, que quiero arrancar en el disco SSD de 120GB (arranca bien), y dejar el otro disco duro para estas carpetas, no se como hacer para que cuando clique en, por ejemplo, la carpeta de mi usuario vaya al otro disco duro redirigido. Todas las carpetas (música, fotos, películas, etc) al hacer el clon se redirigieron automaticamente. El mayor problema pues, está en el acceso directo al usuario, y sobretodo la biblioteca iTunes... Al abrir iTunes me sale vacía. También estaría bien, si es posible, que lo que se va a la papelera, mientras está en la papelera esté en el otro disco duro.
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