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kup

Member Since 02 Jul 2006
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#1925045 VMWare 9 and 10.9 DP1 yet?

Posted by kup on 17 June 2013 - 02:18 PM

Followed the guide by Zenith; all good. :) Thank you.

#1760201 Fix Lion 10.7.2 on VMware

Posted by kup on 14 October 2011 - 11:59 PM

I found the easiest way to fix the problem was to 1: Copy the 10.7.1 (or .0) version of the offending KEXT to your desktop. 2: Install the update (not software update). 3: Before rebooting use Kext Wizard to reinstall the older KEXT and then update/fix KEXTS and permissions in Kext Wizard. 4: Reboot. Fixed. :)

#1498684 [Guide] P6X58D Premium. Retail 10.6.4 Install. :)

Posted by kup on 25 June 2010 - 09:38 PM

PLEASE USE THIS BOOT132 CD AND FILES ATTACHED TO THE BOTTOM OF THE POST. === The BOOT132 CD has been updated. Please redownload the archive if you've had problems booting the Snow Leopard Install DVD. === THIS GUIDE ASSUMES PEOPLE HAVE RESEARCHED THEIR GRAPHICS CARDS AND KNOW WHAT WILL AND WON'T WORK WITH SNOW LEOPARD. PLEASE KEEP GRAPHICS DISCUSSION IN THE GRAPHICS FORUM. === Bios Setup. Follow the pictures below (borrowed from the P6T Deluxe thread here http://www.insanelym...owtopic=208724) === 1: Boot the System with the provided Boot132 CD and put the Extra and Bootloader files on a USB stick (you'll need them later). 2: Once the Boot Menu appears, wait for the light on the DVD to stop and then eject the CD, insert your Snow Leopard DVD and press F5. 3: The Menu should refresh and show the Snow Leopard Install DVD instead. 4: At this point you can enter any flags you require (You should only need Safe Mode if you're running a single nVidia card) ; -x...
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