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About kytzu

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  1. Natively compatible video card

    yes it's native support, but quite an old card indeed.
  2. Try to install a Chameleon version with SMBios option (I used Chameleon_2.1svn_r1820_trunk_10.8.pkg). Select a SMBios durring install, in my case makbookpro5,1 solved the problems.
  3. Natively compatible video card

    my Nvidia 9500 GT works OOB (ven 10de dev 0640) 512 MB
  4. If I remember well, I think macfuse is needed
  5. NTFS in Snow Leopard?

    ntfs-3g + macfusion installed should work 100% if they are not mounted it's because the ntfs "dirty bit", force a scandisk from windows to remove it or google for other workarounds
  6. NVS 140M Quadro with Full CI/QE support SOLUTION!

    1. if you have atheros, use kext attached, if you have intel will not work (buy a usb wifi) 2. don't know 3. you can fix the res in com.apple.Boot.plist adding <key>Graphics Mode</key> <string>1280x800x32</string> soon QI/CE might be fixed as well, so far no HW acceleration for NVS 140M com.apple.Boot.zip IO80211Family.kext.zip
  7. darwin boots by default on active partition, set active the one you want to boot and that's it. can be done with fdisk from osx fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0 >help
  8. Formatting PARTITION to HFS+

    my working method is: make a fat32 part from win using paragon part manager change part ID to 0xAF using paragon boot from OSX DVD, open disk utility and erase the partition as journaled hfs
  9. boot from DVD in single mode (-s) and open a terminal #fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0 >help >update >write >quit
  10. 9.5.5 System.kext?

    http://code.google.com/p/xnu-dev/downloads...mp;can=2&q= needed system.kext included inside package, use pacifist to extract it, I don't but you might need seatbelt.kext as well
  11. take de device ID from windows of your nonworking cards and google "your ID" site:insanelymac.com for wifi most probably you can fix it you you edit Info.plist inside IO80....kext
  12. Successful iDeneb 10.5.5 installation!

    it should work if you install AHCI drivers (I think you find in MB manual how), the AHCI doesn't work with XP for this MB, some others do. "To enable hot plug capability for the SATA connectors (SATAII0, SATAII1, SATAII4, SATAII5) controlled by the ICH9 South Bridge, you must install Windows Vista (on ICH9, hot plug is supported in Windows Vista only) and configure the SATA connectors for AHCI mode. (Refer to Chapter 2, "BIOS Setup," "Integrated Peripherals," for details on enabling AHCI.)" http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherb...mp;FileID=18465
  13. Successful iDeneb 10.5.5 installation!

    http://######.com/index.php?option=...4&Itemid=48 for sound you should have alc888 or alc 889a (both included) for non-ahci the SATA driver might fix it, I used to have it work like that, now I keep in AHCI mode for both osx and vista.
  14. because you are MBR and not GUID, disk utility is not working as it should. To be able to install, create a fat32 part on your unalocated space and then change part id to 0xAF (ex paragon can do that). After that when you boot from DVD and start disk utility, you'll be able to "erase" your partition as HFS+ and it will be mounted and ready for install.
  15. you can boot a partition like that from vmware only if it was installed with bootcamp, otherwise you have to install a new image form osx and place it wherever you want. If your HDD is GUID and not MBR, you can try to install Win 7 using bootcamp but I'm not sure it can work on hackintosh.