Author Topic: Very slow system and random "Waiting for boot device" with VoodooPS2  (Read 5250 times)

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quark

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This may look strange but when I install VoodooPS2Controller the system randomly can't find boot device and when it finally boots (which takes very looong time) it runs very-very slow. But when I remove Voodoo kext it all goes right and quick.

I'm getting things like
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kextd[55] kmod_control/start failed for com.apple.driver.ApplePS2Controller; destroying kmod
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configd[46] InterfaceNamer: timed out waiting for IOKit to quiesce



P.S. the same slow system I get when the system is booted (even withoun any PS2 kext) and I click any button on PS2 keyboard.

quark

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Forgot to mention that this problem appears on two my AMD systems with different mobos (one with nForce 570 chipset and one with ATI SB480 (or something like that))

Neolo

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Re: Very slow system and random "Waiting for boot device" with VoodooPS2
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2012, 10:09:04 AM »
Up. Similar problem on AMD. With this driver system become unusefull, constant lags, keyboard and touchpad are not working. Dunno what to do...