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adriangb

Member Since 31 Jul 2009
Offline Last Active Feb 14 2015 05:02 PM
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#2019844 Can't get display output without -x

Posted by adriangb on 15 May 2014 - 09:48 PM

You are right Gringo, with those options I can boot with IGPU set as primary, but not with PCIe. I just hope there's a way to make it so I can have PCIe as primary, since I really need that to be able to boot Windows.

#1906083 New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

Posted by adriangb on 12 April 2013 - 01:47 AM

Sorry guys but I'll have to disagree if nothing more because of the fact that nothing guarantees Apple won't block us off tomorrow. Don't get me wrong, I'm a big hack fan: I've built a half dozen, and some that aren't even mine but I trust enough to function for technological illeterates. I'm also not saying it's a big deal, it doesn't cost much to implement, I'm sure, but I'm also a minimalist, it's just my personal preference... //endrant, let's stay on topic.

#1740920 Possible CSR Native Bluetooth

Posted by adriangb on 27 August 2011 - 09:18 PM

As I was looking into a way to fix my dongle for perfect operation, I found that most (unfortunetly mine is the cheap ROM only version, the updatable ones are EEPROM) dongles can have their firmware updated. There are firmware files available online, but, surprisingly, Apple issued a firmware update that contained a GenericCSR.duf (the kind of firmware we want). This firmware probably identifies the dongle as Apple made, and will get it to work nativley. I have not tested this however, since, as I said, I can't flash my firmware. The firmware is attached. Here is a short guide: You will need a Ubuntu Live CD. CONTINUE AT YOUR OWN RISK, I CAN'T CONFIRM IF IT WORKS OR NOT, MIGHT "BRICK" YOUR DONGLE Courusy of midnitesnake Chipsets: Whats the difference? The chipset of the Bluetooth USB Dongles are very important. Broadcom chipsets are cheap hardware and are deemed unsuitable devices for this paper. But unfortunately nowadays, every manufacturer seems to prefer putti...
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