Hi Alberto Camarill,
haha my last name isn't complete there.. its Camarillo.. its ok..
Also alittle off topic here..
Why dosn't ToH RC2 have boot camp?
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200 GB 4500 RPM HD
Installed: Leopard ToH R2
-158 GB Vista
-7 GB OS X (1GB Left)
-20 GB Music Partition
-Audio (Intel HDA Conexant) (Laptop Speakers Only) AzaliaAudio.pkg Topic
-Graphics (Intel GMA950 CI/QE Working Perfect!)
-Integrated Webcam working perfect out of the box
-USB Ports (all)
-Firewire (Not tested but detected with 400MB/S)
-DVD Drive Plays DVDs perfect, Havent' tested Burn Capability, but System Profiler say's its supported
-HP IR Remote Works fine with Front Row
-Dual Display 1280x800 and 1280x1024(VGA)
-Intel Wireless PROSet/Wireless 3945a/b/g
-Recover from Sleep
-Boot from OS X Partition (Have to use ToH Disk 'uck!) ("Empra Great"can you direct me to the solution? Thanks!!
mine reported as core solo too until I installed EFI and Vanilla kernel. Now in about this Mac it shows as core 2 duo, and under system profiler it show 2 cores.
I have the HP Pavilion dv6205usI installed Leopard using the ToH disc and after installing it, it found the Wireless without any tweaking.It also found my Intel GMA950 display with no issue and was set at the correct resolution when booting up.I have it now on 10.5.1. If you follow the links below this, you will see a screenshot of my Intel Core Solo (WTF is up with that) and it being on 10.5.1. The ZIP file you will download has a read me with the necessary files that I myself have used to get my HP on 10.5.1.Screenshot:http://www.mediafire.com/imageview.php?quickkey=4jwxmyzfiio&thumb=4ZIP File Download:http://www.mediafire.com/?5xnctfwmjme
I have a dv9000 series and am trying OSX for the first time
Here's some specs:
CPU: Core2Duo @ 2GHZ
HD: 2 x 100GB
Graphics: GFgo7600 256MB
My story: I would love to dual or multi-boot with Vista, Leopard (and possibly Ubuntu). I ran the leopard install and everything went fine. It allowed me to format the second hard drive and install Leopard there.
But when it came time to configure the boot loader, I chickened out because I didn't want to lose Vista booting. So, I just rebooted without installing the boot loader.
Now I have Leopard sitting on the second drive and I don't know how to boot it.
(complete b00by, i mean... n00b here. thanks!)
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