sorry to hear that the steps didn't help.
Uploading a file on the forum was impossible, Focus repaired it so now I uploaded the file again, in english. (Sorry about the previous one being set for french)
Please note that you don't need to run the autosetting after replacing the option.ini file. What I'm doing by giving you this file is setting your video options to the lowest possible in order to enhance stability. Running the autosetting afterwards may change the settings and cancel effects we're looking for. Sorry for not being clear on that matter.
eggcimpprr wrote:I don't know if the reports I've been generating so far have been helpful at all, but I can generate some more reports of these particular freezes if you believe they may be helpful.
Please do, any report is greatly appreciated. The more reports we get the more chances we have to understand what's going on with your macs.
RaulDuke1971 wrote:My specs (should I/we include any other info here?)
Nope, that's all we need/you can give us. Thanks !
TheHolyGhost wrote:Specs:Spoiler : :MBP 10.8.4 (Late 2008)
Proc: 2.5ghz Intel Core 2 Duo
Mem: 2 gb ddr2
VId: NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT 512
Model Name: MacBook Pro
Model Identifier: MacBookPro4,1
Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo
Processor Speed: 2.5 GHz
Number of Processors: 1
Total Number of Cores: 2
L2 Cache: 6 MB
Memory: 2 GB
Bus Speed: 800 MHz
Thanks, I couldn't find what GPU you have in your previous posts.
Those of you who were unable to download the option.ini file properly, it should be simpler now it's attached on the forum. Please try again if you ran the autosettings after replacing the file.
If you tried a skirmish right after changing the file, I guess there's no point trying again.
RaulDuke1971 wrote:I tried deleting the folder and running the auto-detection again. I did find the correct folder but the Auto Detection failed at 65%- it hung for several minutes and i had to force quit.
I had this problem with the Mac Mini on Monday, it's being worked on as I'm writing this.
We're currently trying to find more Macs in order to expand the range of the tests to try and find this damn bug. I'll keep you updated as soon as I have news.
If you have questions in the mean time don't hesitate.
Once again I'm sorry. Thank you for your patience.