Updating bios for asus p5gc mx1333
if you are installing the system on the GMA 950 video card DO NOT ENABLE 32 BIT PATCH - otherwise the eternal boot is guaranteed, to resolve you should switch to 64bit mode or use -F switch of the Bootloader)- Item PATCHESFAKESMCDISABLERRTCEVOREBOOTIO PCI FAMILY (not sure that necessarily - but I did)- Item DRIVERS - HARDWARE SENSORSCPUMOTHERBOARDwith the given parameters you should pass the correct installation of the end of which the computer restarts2.3 copy contents to a folder Extra in the root of Hard Drive2.4 install the system kexts from the archive s-l-e.zip2.5 remove kext Apple out of the folder System/Library/Extensions (if you do not - possible bugs in the USB, although I have not seen, and definitely buggy bottom PCI-slot motherboard (that's what I saw in person)2.6 rebuild caches using Kext Utility (Google to help)2.7 audit Bootloader configuration- Item BOOT FLAGSTIME OUT - 5- Item PERIPHERALSGRAPHICS ENABLERLEGACY LOGOETHERNET BUILT-IN- Item ADVANCEDARCH - I386 (set this value if you are using integrated GMA 950 video, if you are working through a PCI Express card - may need to set the X86_64)RESTARTFIXGENERATE P-STATESGENERATE C-STATES2.8 turn off the computer, wait 10 seconds and turn on the computer - to get the correct load on the system - there will be sound, video acceleration, network. Thanks I had an fintek 718x generating logs, I removed the plugin from the package(as the package comes with 4 or 5, not all boards have them) and resent the kext with a kext tool. If you'd like to look through the post and try it out, you can have a look here: P5GC-MX/1333 DSDT I have tried updating from 10.7.2 to 10.7.5 sleepenabler deleting and restoring permissions and not working to me. I get an error unsupported kernel Fintek chip in the log. then check that all devices are functioning properly, pay special attention to the work of lower-PCI-slot and USB port2.9 with DSDT Auto Patcher GUI (Google to help) create file in the root of the boot disk and put this point to him in Bootloader BIOS - reboot the computer, check the correctness of the operation. I followed, installed the aitkos lion 10.7.2 and after that I deleted the Sleep and installed the 10.7.5 update direct from the mac software updater, worked like a charm. Thanks I have tried updating from 10.7.2 to 10.7.5 sleepenabler deleting and restoring permissions and not working to me. I get an error unsupported kernel Fintek chip in the log. being using 10.7.5 for a while now, all good..Luck! If after flashing your BIOS you still encounter power/fan/thermal problems, this thread will describe how to modify your DSDT file in an attempt at fixing common ACPI-related issues. If you need or want to use GRUB 2, check out The GRUB 2 Guide or the GRUB 2 manual for ideas.You can also alter GRUB 2 using Daniel Richter's "Grub Customizer" -- read more about it here, here, and here.As an alternative, you can try the third method listed below that uses GRUB to update your BIOS.See above for ideas on modifying config files if using GRUB 2 as your boot loader. If you don't know what you are doing or feel unsafe at this point, it is highly recommended to ask for help or consult a professional.Once the disk has been created, reboot the system and allow your newly created disk to load automatically and begin the flashing process.See your particular BIOS vendor's web site for these files and for more information on the commands you will to need to use to begin the flashing process.
Installation of the system - no difference from a flash drive or optical drive.2.1 use Disk Utility to format Mac OS Extended (Journaled) partition type GUID2.2 set up an additional installation options- Item BOOTLOADERCHAMELEON 2.1- Item BOOTLOADER OPTIONSGRAPHICS ENABLERBUILT-IN ETHERNETORIGINAL APPLE LOGO(Attention! I have not tested it -- like I said, I just decided to do some research today. Bonus things :- Included Chimera 1.5.4 (which works like a charm with Face Time in Lion) and Lion-Compatible Kext Utility for repairing permissions.- Boot Camp Chimera Theme- Full X86_64 architecture in org.chameleon. Feel free to edit this package for your hardware - think about it as a base package ;-)!