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    I'm away visiting family for the holidays. I'll test your concerns upon returning. However, here's what I remember:
    Any way thank you for your prompt reply.
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    1. I don't remember having that problem because I only use my old Apple USB KB/Mouse when I initially setup the sysetem and installed Mountain Lion. I use a Logitech K750 Solar KB with the Logitech Unifying receiver and, with the Targus BT, a Magic Mouse, Apple wireless KB and Tackpad. BT is plugged into the KVM switch USB hub and the Logitech Unifying receiver is plugged in to the monitor USB hub. All wireless input devices work as they should. So, I'll have to try my USB KB/mouse when I return..
    OK but then do I need one different BT dongle for every bt input device I have? If this is the case, the behaviour of Bluetooth pairing is quite correct. As soon I put on the Targus it looks for a wireless keyboard, which I don't own. When I put on the Jabra, it connects and pairs with Apple Magic Mouse and Trackpad (one at once!).

    If I can solve the USB keyboard's wake-up problem by buying a wireless one, then I'll do it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stork View Post
    2. Is your model of the Targus the same as mine - ACB10US? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002K6RK0/
    yes, it is.


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    3. Didn't notice the computer sounds when I tested Airplay. I'll test it when I return. Recommend you check out the Forum's Audio forum section for any solutions. If you don't see any there, post your problem in a new thread.

    The P-State with two states may not be a problem. I recommend you use the Forum search capability to see what you can find and/or Post your question in the General Help Forum section.
    ok... I'll wait for you to test AirPlay, but can we suppose that this is related to the injected code for having HD4000 to work properly? I agree with you that the P-states is minor thing but do you remember to have only two states as me? I used the iMac 12,2 def. Tried also the 13,1 but it just shuts down much slower with no other evident difference.
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    [Updated] Stork's Thunderbolt Build: i5-3570K | GA-Z77X-UP5-TH | GTX 650 Ti | Mountain Lion


    If the Jaba works like you want it to do, then don't use the Targus USB. I can't explain why the Targus is looking for a non existent keyboard. It could be flawed. I recommend you return it for another or just return it for a refund.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stork View Post
    If the Jaba works like you want it to do, then don't use the Targus USB. I can't explain why the Targus is looking for a non existent keyboard. It could be flawed. I recommend you return it for another or just return it for a refund.
    Here in EU both the Jabra and the Targus are really difficult to find! I had to buy both on Ebay and shipping was more expensive than the dongle itself. So I'll keep it. Anyway you confim that I need two dongles, one for keyboard and one for mouse (trackpad)?
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    [Updated] Stork's Thunderbolt Build: i5-3570K | GA-Z77X-UP5-TH | GTX 650 Ti | Mountain Lion


    You'll only need one Bluetooth (BT) USB dongle for all your BT peripherals. You set them all up with the System Preferences peripheral panes (mouse, keyboard and/or trackpad) or the Bluetooth Preference Pane. That should do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaysedai View Post
    We built three machines very similar to the OP (went with i7s and 660ti). Got them all up and running just fine, but they freeze up about 3-4 times a day. Screen locks up except the mouse. I think the machine might still be working, but all I see is a frozen screen. It seems to happen when accessing finder or switching apps. Doesn't seem to freeze up when we stay in a particular app for an extended period of time. We did notice when we built the machines that our PSU is slightly underpowered for the 660Ti's we put in, though only by a few watts, so I don't think that's the problem.

    Any advise?
    jaysedai, some friends and I also built 3 machines with the 660Ti. We have seen that exact problem on our systems as well (screen locks up except for the mouse--mouse cursor is a spinning beach ball usually). Since we used 850W PSU's, I don't think the issue is power supply related. We actually just exchanged the 660Ti's for 670's. I know, same chip, but maybe the 670's will be better.

    Please let me know if you resolve this issue. I'll post if the 670's is more stable.
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    jaysedai and topprospect,
    Your conversation is no longer relevant to this thread as my build description does not discuss the 660 Ti. Therefore, I recommend you post your problem(s) in the Mountain Lion Desktop Support forum section http://www.tonymacx86.com/mountain-l...sktop-support/ If you desire, I can move the posts here to a new thread in Mt Lion Desktop Support forum section - let me know. TIA.

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    During install process Apple Thunderbolt Display works fine (HD4000, Thunderbolt Port 1 or 2)

    After installation if Hardware Acceleration = YES, then works fine only first restart after MultiBeast and on next restart, after white screen with apple - no image, only black screen (TP1)
    if i use TP2 - kernel panic
    if Hardware Acceleration = NO, then i saw only poor graphics with lags (
    hdmi out from motherboard to my samsung tv - ok
    Need your help!

    PS

    ML 10.8.2
    try BIOS ver F4, F11, F12e
    BIOS settings like this
    http://www.tonymacx86.com/99-quick-g...55-boards.html

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    [Updated] Stork's Thunderbolt Build: i5-3570K | GA-Z77X-UP5-TH | GTX 650 Ti | Mountain Lion


    Unfortunately, I do not have an Apple Thunderbolt ACD to test the motherboard's Thunderbolt to a monitor. I didn't test the Thunderbolt to DVI because I wanted to test the HD4000 and a Thunderbolt to Firewire 800 as I have several external drives with Firewire interfaces. I completely forgot that I had an Apple miniDisplayPort (Thunderbolt) to DVI adapter. So, I'll have to test it after the Christmas/New Year Holidays.

    (I am also going to get the Monoprice miniDisplayPort/Thunderbolt to DVI adapter after reading this article on Apple'sApple miniDisplayPort (Thunderbolt) to DVI adapter. I will get one after the new year and test it with my still perfectly good HP ZR24W monitor which has DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort connections. )

    I recommend you use the Forum's Search for other threads using an Apple Thunderbolt ACD and reviewing how I setup my BIOS in my original post which should work for a Thunderbolt ACD.
    Third, change the BIOS by doing the following (see the User Manual for more information):
    • Load the Optimized Settings;
    • If you're using memory supporting XMP, then set the XMP to Profile 1 to set the correct memory parameters (M.I.T. > Advanced Memory Settings);
    • Check your BIOS for the settings that thelostswede showed in his article.
    • For the UniBeast installation of Mountain Lion and running the MultiBeast configuration, set the Boot Option #1 to the UniBeast USB drive (BIOS Features > Boot Options Priorities);
    • For HD4000, ensure the Internal Graphics is set to Enable and the Internal Graphics Memory Size to 32MB since Mountain Lion allocates the HD4000 memory size needed (Peripherals); and
    • Save the BIOS settings and exit (F10) to boot into the UniBeast USB drive.
    Good Luck!

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    [Updated] Stork's Thunderbolt Build: i5-3570K | GA-Z77X-UP5-TH | GTX 650 Ti | Mountain Lion


    What I'm done to make it work:
    1. Update BIOS to F12e
    2. Load Optimized, set settings in BIOS like in your post
    3. Clean install 10.8.2
    4. MultiBeast 5.2.1 with settings like yours
    5. Patch org.chameleon.Boot.plist with this

    <key>GraphicsEnabler</key>
    <string>No</string>
    <key>device-properties</key>
    <string>7f0000000100000001000000730000000200000002 010c00d041030a000000000101060000027fff04002c000000 4100410050004c002c00690067002d0070006c006100740066 006f0072006d002d0069006400000008000000050062011400 00006800640061002d0067006600780000000d0000006f6e62 6f6172642d31</string>



    6. Install the Patched MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Update 2.0
    7. Install 10.8.3 12D44 update

    reboot

    TB port 2

    Works with little lags, but works )
    screens:
    http://www.tonymacx86.com/graphics/83699-gigabyte-ga-z77x-up5-th-intel-i7-3770k-apple-thunderbolt-display.html

    NOT SOLVED:
    USB 3.0 error while coping
    "Because a USB device was drawing too much power from your computer, one or more of your USB devices have been disabled"

    how to solve it? any suggestions plz

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    So, what does that patch do and where did you get it? Reference links are appropriate so we can all learn from them.

    BTW, GE=No can be selected in MultiBeast. See page 8 in the MultiBeast Features document which came with MultiBeast.

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