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UEFI bios clear even with AppleRTC and ElliotForceLegacyRTC

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Intel i5 2500k
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Gigabyte R280X OC
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(SOLVED) UEFI bios clear even with AppleRTC and ElliotForceLegacyRTC

I just upgraded my system with this same motherboard together with a i5 2500K.
OSX is now running next to Windows 7 64 bits after following Alfas147x guide (thanks for that).

OSX is running fine but only having two issues.

First issue:

-Sleep works but when system awakes, keyboard no longer works, and onboard LCD (Logitech G15) stays blank.Only solution is restart.

Second and most annoying issue.

-every time i start OSX my UEFI bios keeps resetting.So next time I start it up, windows comes up instead of chameleon boot loader.

I have 2 SSD attached to the GSATA3 5/6 Marvell controller.

When Windows boots up SATA PM: Samsung SSD is enabled as boot drive.
But OSX is installed on SATA PS: Samsung SSD

Thats why I need to go to Hard Drive BBS Prioritie then select SATA PS: samsung SSD.
then I need to go to boot option 1# and choose SATA PS: Samsung SSD.

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But again, next time I restart my system, SATA PM: SSD is Boot Option 1 (windows drive)

I already installed AppleRTC Patch for CMOS reset AND ElliotForceLegacyRTC.
But both items did not solve the problem.


Anybody an idea how to solve this? Specially the UEFI problem
 
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Motherboard
Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3, 16gb DDR3 1600
CPU
Intel i5 2500k
Graphics
Gigabyte R280X OC
Mac
Classic Mac
Mobile Phone
  1. iOS
Just want to tell that problem as been solved.(who knows if somebody has the same problem)

Solution was using the Intel SATA connector instead of the Marvell I used the first time.
After I changed both SATA cables to the Intel connector, OSX SSD is now first boot device.
 
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