Are you 100% positive? There are lots of websites and ram configurators saying the version I bought supports 4GBs. Kingston and people on user comments o newegg say it supports 4Gb. However, there are some websites saying it only supports 2. Wikipedia says it supports 4, but the again wikipedia isn't 100% reliable...
I am currently on OSX Leopard 10.5.7 and working well. My machine is Gigabyte MB and I have a real Core 2 Duo processor. I installed iATKOS at version 10.5.1 a LONG time ago. I have upgraded over time using the Kalyway combo updates and the Netkas method. I originally had the ToH kernel and reboot and sleep was working. During the upgrades I switched to Vanilla since I can run it on my machine. It works great except when attempting to reboot the machine. It exits the OS, but then hangs at the BIOS (black screen). I installed Voodoo Kernel when it was still in alpha stages and it fixed the issue, but everytime I tried to launch an app I got Kernel panic. I am currently on 10.5.7 with Vanilla Kernel. What Kernel should I install to fix the reboot issue? Is there a Vanilla Kernel out there that is patched up with reboot/sleep fix? Should I try the last version of Voodoo Kernel? or Alpha of Voodoo 2 kernel? Also, I read that the System.kext must match the kernel version, is this correct? Thanks for any suggestions.
Try this kext. It worked for me with vanilla kernel.
i am using the latest GenericCPUPowerManaagement.kext and app. When i GenericCPUPM, system profiler reads my cpu speed wrong. When i delete the kernel extension my problem goes away. The app GenericCPUPM app knows what cpu i am using.