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x38 rebooting(power management) issue and Pci audio drivers
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hi!

this is not really a "big" problem, but whenever I have installed something that needs a reboot, the system only manages to shut down screen, mouse and keyboard, all hardware continues active so i always need to press the button twice manually. perhaps this is a bios power management setting?

 is it possible to adjust bios to automatically accept the request too reboot? i had no similar issues with ubuntu and mint earlier. 

edit: Audio problem solved nicely...;) 

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use Chameleon wizard choose  Restart Fix 

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apparently that wasnt such a good idea...unable to log in now...after passing the "startup options" screen, osx loads then switches my screen off...

can i fix this using a flag booting from the usb?damned...hope i dont have to install os x again, since i didnt back up all the files:P 

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@ any way of removing that kext from terminal?

i figure i can load into the installer and remove it from there?

i guess this should/could be the code?

 

 mount -uw /

rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/****.kext { Replace **** with KEXT extension }

 

just not sure where, or how that looks...damned...

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@ that kext never cause graphics problem 

try booting with -x

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@ any how if you still need to remove is boot with -s

fsck -fy /

mount -uw /

rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/EvOreboot.kext

reboot

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thanks... but rooting with -x doesnt help and i cant access the file system from -s as i get a "read only file system" error when trying to erase the kext...

 

any more suggestions?or should i just reinstall @

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just do a fresh install and select Evoreboot while installing 

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you have to enter all the command as i typed above 

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I found the source of the problem it seems...for some reason a PCI pwr management thing kills the screen. when i did a clean install without installing the Juli@ sound card drivers the system runs clean, unfortunately i can't use the Audio cards in general. so ill just keep it clean until later. perhaps someone else finds this information useful as well:) 

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