- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- Core i7-2600K
- Intel HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
Audio not related to PS2.@RehabMan - the slow mouse problem for my DIY Desktop system was introduced with VoodooPS2Controller v1.8.30 (mouse works fine with v1.8.29). Attached are the gen_debug files for v1.8.29 and v1.8.30. I didn't bother to re-install v1.8.32 since I already confirmed that the v.1.8.32 behavior is no different than v1.8.30. Hopefully this helps you. In the mean time, I'm happy with v1.8.29 and don't expect a fix for my system. I'm happy with what I have.
Not sure if this is anything and don't want to send you on a wild goose chase, but when I installed v1.8.30 and rebooted, my sound didn't work. It didn't occur to me until I had already reverted to 1.8.29 that I should have rebooted (again) with v1.8.30 to see if the sound problem persisted. Anyway, my sound on this system is very reliable - no problems. When I reverted to v1.8.29 and rebooted, sound was back to normal.
With v1.8.30, try setting a shorter FindMouseDelay (default is 500ms).
For example, to set to zero use kernel flag: vps2_findmousedelay=0
Or for 100ms: vps2_findmousedelay=100
If zero works, try to find the smallest value that causes failure (and by correlation, largest value that works).
Also, to make sure it isn't VoodooPS2Trackpad.kext changes (at startup, it probes and fails, which allows VoodooPS2Mouse.kext to start), remove VoodooPS2Controller.kext/Contents/PlugIns/VoodooPS2Trackpad.kext.