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lion and this configuration - MSI P55–CD53, GTS450

24 January 2012 - 02:40 PM

i would say that this mb and graphic is OK 2 go with lion. but once i buy it - no turning it back or changing it since it is a package deal. so don`t mind me checking :)

MSI P55–CD53 Intel® P55 Chipset, Realtek® ALC889, Realtek 8111DL, LGA1156
Intel® Core™ i3-550 3.2GHz
nVidia MSI GTS450 1GB DDR5

as i see from my previous experience this configuration is good for lion, but i have only worked with gigabyte motherboard and 775 chipsets.




13 November 2011 - 10:45 AM


<h2 class="page-title">Launchpad-Control</h2> Posted ImageAlready upgraded to Mac OS X Lion? Yes? Well then you certainly know Launchpad, the “home for your apps” like Apple says.

A huge disadvantage of Launchpad is that every app located in your /Applications folder is shown. That means that you will see little helper programs like uninstallers or updaters, too. These apps can’t be hidden from Launchpad easily because Apple does not provide any preference pane or tool to do so.

That’s why I developed:

Posted ImageLaunchpad-Control is a small tool which allows you to easily hide/unhide apps (and groups) from Launchpad in Mac OS X Lion.

Please feel free to distribute and talk about this app on blogs, twitter or websites. I would really appreciate that.

  • It’s a system preference pane (update v1.1).
  • Displays a table with all apps that are in Launchpad in the correct order.
  • Checkboxes for every app allow you to remove an app by easily ticking a checkbox.
  • No duplicate entries (update v1.2).
  • Checks automatically for updates (update v1.2).
  • You are now able to make a full reset of your database in case anything went wrong.
  • You can now hide whole pages with just one click (update v1.3)!
  • It’s completely free!

svanwit 2720s acard SCSI scanner problem

05 November 2011 - 11:30 AM

i have a acer scanwit 2720s film scanner, and the last OS i managed it to work is an XP. now i have a snow leopard OS and i am not able to make it work.
a vuescan scan software says it should work, but on my hackintosh i am not succeeded. it is not seeing it.

it is connected by an Artop Electric/Acard ACARD AEC6712D PCI Ultra SCSI-3 Adapter

and of course the software on benq support site has long gone with motorola processors.

any thoughts why it is not working.

thnx and cheerful day

Broadcom BCM57780 solved

12 September 2011 - 08:08 AM

this kext works finally for broadcom bcm57780;
snow 10.6.8 - acer 5741g
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