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iAtkos post-installation issues...


Hi, I upgraded from Snow Leopard, and then updated to 10.7.4, and now my USB ports are not working (IDK why, but my Wi-Fi USB Stick is still working o_o ).

I tried downloading some old IOUSBFamily kexts, enabled the USB Bus Fix, but still...

When I try my flash drive, it's just blinking and then nothing. Same with my USB mouse. - FIXED

I refreshed my install, and this time I chose the USB fix thingy :D

My laptop is Acer Aspire 5738G. (Intel Centrino Core2Duo, nVidia GeForce G105M w/ CUDA)

Also, I get the "Your device or computer could not be verified" when I try to access the App Store.. I tried the EFIStudio fix, but it didn't work (maybe because I am using a WiFi USB Stick?)...

Aaand in the end, I have a nasty overheat problem...now, my laptop's CPU's are around 75°C/167°F (so not normal)..

I tried the "Generate P and C States" but it didn't worked..

My PCIRoot is 1 now(It was 0, so there was no difference..)

If you can help me with anything, I'll be very, very grateful!

Thanks in advance,


Edited by alex95sv

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