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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    For the interest of the community were you able to get your system to wake up via mouse/keyboard? If so what worked? As far as bluetooth support there are many threads that address this issue along with recommended hardware. I don't have answer regarding your particular bluetooth model.
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    No, both USB 3.0 ports worked on mine. Make sure you are using Zenith432 GenericUSBXHCI 3.0 1.2.7 http://sourceforge.net/projects/genericusbxhci/ This was included in multibeast 6.0.1 Check system/library/extensions folder to see if more than one version exists (multibeast 6.0.0 used an...
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    Try this in the BIOS disable or off of the CPU PLL (by default it is auto) - see BIOS pic below for reference This is reaching, but: If you get a black wake screen Richard325 did this (I have heard that use auto DNS in networks can cause a delay in finder): The first sleep/wake gave...
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    I believe there is an option in the BIOS to wake computer with mouse. (I never enabled it) I just touch the power button of the computer case and it does wake-up fine. -Matt
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    The 1st post of this thread has my step by step instructions with links for everything. -Matt
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    tonymacx86 Stickers and Shirts Now Available

    Sweet! Ordered one for the car and another to cover the logo on my mb air ;)
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    The boot0 error is covered in step 10 of my guide I just use tonymacs/macman's DSDT because it is modded minimally, but is verified. Only their asus and gigabyte DSDTs are verified and built by them, so no additional patching of the DSDT required - see step 2b. With that said if your DSDT is...
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    Just read your post. In bios always disable all the stuff you don't use like Gsata, etc. but before disable make sure to set them AHCI if applicable then disable. Sometimes a bios can behave in unexpected was so that just prevents something odd to occur (it makes me feel better the very least)...
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    Do you have a USB keyboard? Disconnect the ps/2 keyboard. I had a hangup when I used the ps/2 device.
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    What is connected to you system both inside and out? (Even of it seems benign) Have you installed any previous versions of Mac OS on this system? -Matt
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    Ok so you booted from USB-HDD (not your hard drive) and then selected the hard drive that you installed mavericks on ?
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    To confirm: you are able to boot into Unibeast USB successfully to install mavericks? At what step are you able to complete before you run into trouble on tonymac's install guide (refer to link below)...
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    What BIOS and version is your mobo? What DSDT are you using? (the Boot.plist doesn't reflect one being used)
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    Please post your org.chameleon.Boot.plist file. -Matt
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    [Guide] GA-X58A-UD3R (2.0) BIOS FH - i7 930 - Apple OEM HD5770

    Thanks (to mslinn and Stork) - re-entered link seems to work on my end now.
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