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  1. Me again. I've discovered that, after using my Hackintosh for a while, the clock freezes and I have to kill SystemUIServer to fix it, and I'm pretty sure this happens more often if the computer is under heavy load (i.e., running Photoshop). The system clock seems to keep running, because the correct time is shown in the console, which displays this at roughly the time when the clock stops ticking (in this case, at 13:36:42, as shown in the menu bar). 27/12/14 13:36:40,294 mDNSResponder[40]: mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time 4B7E0A5279598D0B 27/12/14 13:36:40,294 mDNSResponder[40]: mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time 4B7D47C000000000 27/12/14 13:36:53,789 mDNSResponder[40]: mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time 71553D8F79598D0B 27/12/14 13:36:53,790 mDNSResponder[40]: mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time 7154CA7600000000 27/12/14 13:37:03,899 mDNSResponder[40]: mDNSPlatformRawTime: last_mach_absolute_time CBE1FFEC79598D0B 27/12/14 13:37:03,899 mDNSResponder[40]: mDNSPlatformRawTime: this_mach_absolute_time CBE1693000000000 The same message is shown constantly, before and after the clock stops. Could it be related, or is it just a bug with Bonjour and other Apple services? In addition to this, and again under heavy load, the window in which I'm working on freezes, and I have to click to "refresh" it. This is specially noticeable and annoying in Photoshop, since I can't do anything without having to click twice and sometimes even minimize the window. I'll be very grateful if someone could help me, and sorry for the long post! EDIT: The UI also freezes on uTorrent, even if the clock is working properly.
  2. Right. I've re-enabled font smoothing just for the sake of it (don't know if that's the real name, since my system is in Spanish), and text looks normal again. However, images and graphics (weirdly enough, not ads) have vertical lines.
  3. Hello! I'm going to be brief because I can only guess what I'm typing. I'm having a problem with Chrome on my AMD hackintosh (which is working perfectly fine, aside from a couple of minor bugs). Fonts on any website are absolutely impossible to read (this only happens in Chrome). I figured I'd turn of Font Smoothing, which didn't work, and I also cleared the fonts cache with a script I found on the internet. If anyone could help, I'd vbe very grateful. I'll attach some screenshots to clarify: Captura.tiff Captura 2.tiff Captura 3.tiff
  4. Thank you very, very much! There are still a couple of bugs to address (youtube is terribly laggy, whether it's HTML5 or Flash, I can't click and drag the mouse around, and the clock at the top freezes quite frequently), but I guess they can't be very hard to solve. For anyone interested, here's what I did: First, I downloaded MultiBeast and only installed PS2 kexts, then rebooted (easier than I thought it'd be, really). Secondly, I tried AIO Ethernet Solution, but it didn't work, so I downloaded RTL 82xx kext from, and installed it with Kext Wizard, rebuilt cache, and rebooted.
  5. Hello everyone! I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to hackintosh, so I was hoping someone could give me a hand. I got Mavericks installed on my computer (with Niresh's distro), and as far as I can tell, everything seems to be working great, except for the following: • PS2 mouse isn't working (it worked perfectly during the installation). • Ethernet isn't working either. When I tried to configure it during the setup process it took me back to the "Select keyboard layout" screen. • Icons in lauchpad have a pink hue. Here are my specs: • Motherboard: ASRock NF6P-VSTA • Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 @ 2.1GHz • Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE / nForce 430 • Ethernet (onboard): Realtek PHY RTL8201CL • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT430 • 2GB DDR2 RAM I know, it's a bit dated, but that's the best I can do. Any help would be greatly appreciated.